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Old 03-23-2018, 11:30 AM
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Old 03-23-2018, 11:34 AM
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These are good cats!! I'm seriously considering naming my next one Fluffasaurus Rex.
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That they will hang out together long enough to get one shot of all of them is pretty much miraculous.
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Old 03-29-2018, 09:49 AM
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That they will hang out together long enough to get one shot of all of them is pretty much miraculous.
All of our pets (4 cats & 1 great dane) tend to congregate when it's time for their dinner.

If they feel you're running a bit late with the food...
First you get a cat in your lap (if there wasn't one already).
Then another cat kneading on your leg or arm.
Then the dog comes and sits in front of you and starts smacking her lips.
Then the other two cats will jump on the back of the couch and start meowing.
As soon as you move a muscle (not necessarily to feed them) they all scatter and make a mad dash to the food bowls.


If you get up and walk somewhere (but not where the food is), at least one or two of them will follow to see what's going on. If you walk around long enough, the rest start to follow as well... I've had at least a dozen pet parades this year so far, leading them around the house for 2 or 3 minutes before they give up and go find something else to do.
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I couldn't find my keys this morning. After looking everywhere I decided to lift my kitteh up and she had been sitting on my keys. And then she gave me the belly twist pouty "don't go to work" look.
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All of our pets (4 cats & 1 great dane) tend to congregate when it's time for their dinner.

If they feel you're running a bit late with the food...
First you get a cat in your lap (if there wasn't one already).
Then another cat kneading on your leg or arm.
Then the dog comes and sits in front of you and starts smacking her lips.
Then the other two cats will jump on the back of the couch and start meowing.
As soon as you move a muscle (not necessarily to feed them) they all scatter and make a mad dash to the food bowls.


If you get up and walk somewhere (but not where the food is), at least one or two of them will follow to see what's going on. If you walk around long enough, the rest start to follow as well... I've had at least a dozen pet parades this year so far, leading them around the house for 2 or 3 minutes before they give up and go find something else to do.
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Mah kittehs.

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oofff, kitteh needs diet!
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