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post #1 of 13 Old 06-30-2010, 09:05 PM Thread Starter
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I could KILL my cat!!

Ugh! I'm so mad! My cat chewed up the cord to the sensor on my Wii. Sensor doesn't work, I can't use my Wii. Now, that would be all fine and dandy if I hadn't just moved and didn't have cable. I can only be on the internet [someone has an unsecured network] for so long, you know?

As if I wasn't struggling financially enough, now I'm going to have to, eventually, buy a new sensor! Because my stupid cat decides now that she has the whole apartment to wander, she can do ANYTHING she wants!

She used to have to stay in my room 24/7 until I moved, and she never did a thing. But now that she has all this room and freedom, she seems to think she can do anything and everything she wants. She never chewed on the cord in my old room!

And lets not forget all the toys to play with and attack, the cat tree, and the other cat. All things she could have been doing that I wouldn't have cared about! But oh no, she has to go after my one source of entertainment! I had the Netflix disc for my Wii too, and I could watch Rugrats and all sorts of movies and great shows. =[

Day officially ruined. I just had to vent.

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post #2 of 13 Old 06-30-2010, 09:20 PM
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LOL, I just got a visual of the cat that chewed the power cord in National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. The little critters can be frustrating (mine chew up my flip-flops and if there is a plastic bag anywhere within reach, one of them will eat half of it so that he can keep me up all night hacking it back up).

But think of it like this, at least she isn't peeing on your floor.

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post #3 of 13 Old 06-30-2010, 09:30 PM
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Cats are so irritating. I don't know how I haven't killed mine yet too. That cute wittle face.


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post #4 of 13 Old 06-30-2010, 09:55 PM Thread Starter
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My cat is ******ed. The other day, she fell off the cat tree into an open cardboard box. And then in her attempt to run away from my roomate and I [we looked at her, the nerve!] she slammed her head into not one, but TWO more boxes before she finally got turned around.

I suppose that's why I haven't chucked her out on her fat little bottom. She is hilarious.

But oh wait. Now I remember. My cat likes to sing. Loudly. Like she's in heat. ALL night. The joys of cat ownership, right?


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post #5 of 13 Old 06-30-2010, 10:12 PM
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ROFLMFAO. I understand completely. They pick the oddest times to just go apes**t and it is usually when you want to be sleeping. One of mine used to get in the bathtub and chase his own tail in the middle of the night. So I would wake up to thumpTHUMP-thump-thumTHUMPPPPP. I actually caught a pretty crappy video of it when he did it on the couch one night. You guys might get a chuckle out of it.

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Haha, silly kitty thinks it's a dog! Haha.

I could go on and on about the ridiculous things my cat does. Like the turf wars between mine and my roomate's cat. Boots has decided every room is her room, but Jezebel [roomate's cat] thinks she should at least have her mom's room. And the top shelf of my closet, naturally [where she is sleeping now, by the way.] So Jezebel got tired of being chased out of what she thought should be her room, so she sat in my doorway and would NOT budge for anything. Boots just glared at her! Haha.

Jezebel also drinks her water by dipping her paw in the bowl and then licking her paw. She's way too important to put her face in a bowl of water.

Darn you for making me enjoy my cat again! But, the boyfriend is taking me to the store later and is going to buy me a a new sensor. A wireless one. Garsh, I'm spoiled. =]

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post #7 of 13 Old 06-30-2010, 10:26 PM
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Glad I could turn that frown upside down LOL. There's nothing wrong with being a little spoiled. I know I am. ;)

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My cat has a phobia of angel hair pasta. It's hilarious, I'm gunna have to post a video.

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post #9 of 13 Old 07-01-2010, 04:13 AM
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Go here:
Monoprice - Infrared Sensor Bar for Wii | Accessories for Wii

They sell them for like $4!
and it's a legitimate website, my friend's brother orders stuff from them all the time.
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post #10 of 13 Old 07-01-2010, 04:47 PM Thread Starter
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Smrobs, I forgot to add, your cat's name was Kovu? As in Lion King 2 Kovu? If so, that makes me very happy. =]

Jordan, you definitely should. That's hilarious! My cat doesn't have a phobia, but she's very particular about smells. If she doesn't like the smell of your hands [lotion, food, etc] she won't let you come near her, haha.

Carleen, thanks for the website, I'll store it away for future reference. My boyfriend took me to Best Buy and we got a super fancy sensor bar that has a longer/wider range. And it's wireless, so I don't have to buy another one ever again because of my dumb cat, lol.

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