curiosity killed the cat...or, the cat's human rather

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    02-03-2009, 10:53 PM
Talking curiosity killed the cat...or, the cat's human rather

So I was sittin at my computer all engrossed in reading new threads and stuff, right? And im wearing shorts because it's rather warm in my apartment. Well, I stand up to go feed my cats and in the process of standing up I look down at my leg and what do I see? I see a giant gash running about half the length of my thigh from my cats. Siigghhhh. What really suprises me is that I didn't feel it. Lol! Anyways, anyone else have bothersome kittehs? Haha
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    02-04-2009, 02:12 AM
Green Broke
I have one that likes to knead dough on you, she is not declawed. LOL
    02-04-2009, 01:04 PM
I personally hate cats. We have one ONLY because I wanted a pet to keep company to my dog. That cat drives me nuts because he is way to nice. He's very vocal and really wants attention all the time. I hate that thing...but he makes the dog happy so...
    02-04-2009, 01:48 PM
Green Broke
I have a 17 yr old female tabby cat. She pretty much has the run of the house and we do cater to her. She's a terrible mouser, let's the trap catch them and then she brings the mouse in the trap to us to be praised! She's not a cuddly cat, but each night she will decide who will be privileged to have her in your lap.
    02-05-2009, 09:54 PM
Haha, when I saw the title to your thread it made me think of a funny quote I found somewhere:
"Curiousity didn't kill the cat; curiosity made the kittens."
    02-05-2009, 10:48 PM
Originally Posted by RedHawk    
Haha, when I saw the title to your thread it made me think of a funny quote I found somewhere:
"Curiousity didn't kill the cat; curiosity made the kittens."
hahaha. Omg, I love it!

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