A Moment of Zen

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Re: A Moment of Zen

Post by conjurer » April 10th 2020, 11:18pm

smellody wrote:
April 10th 2020, 8:19pm
Is he drunk? Fine pussy right there
Alas, no. Murphy was totally straight right there, although he'd had a bit of catnip earlier. Murphy is, actually, a totally horrible cat. Apart from a rare visit to Mrs. C, he stays completely out of our laps. He was half-an-alley cat when he adopted us, and now he turns his nose up at anything but the most expensive food. He's a total shit.
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Re: A Moment of Zen

Post by biglove » April 11th 2020, 9:21am

conjurer wrote:
April 10th 2020, 11:18pm
smellody wrote:
April 10th 2020, 8:19pm
Is he drunk? Fine pussy right there
Alas, no. Murphy was totally straight right there, although he'd had a bit of catnip earlier. Murphy is, actually, a totally horrible cat. Apart from a rare visit to Mrs. C, he stays completely out of our laps. He was half-an-alley cat when he adopted us, and now he turns his nose up at anything but the most expensive food. He's a total shit.
Of course he is. Isn't that what cats do?

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Re: A Moment of Zen

Post by MAX » April 12th 2020, 5:25am

KLiban was great.

Love to eat them mousies,
Mousies what I love to eat.

Bite they little heads off
Nibble on their tiny feet.
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Re: A Moment of Zen

Post by TemerityB » April 12th 2020, 2:31pm

I think ol' Murph looks like Ed Asner in that bottom shot.
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Re: A Moment of Zen

Post by gerdson » April 13th 2020, 8:27pm

biglove wrote:
April 11th 2020, 9:21am
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Imagine a cat, the beauty and majesty, with the personality of a dog. Who wouldn't want one?!
Funny. I never thought about it that way, but our first cat, a medium to large size red tigered male probably came very close to being like that. He would still retain this catlike independence, but greet us when we came home, purr gratefully (!) when picked up and carried towards the bed, never bite, never claw, I could even carry him without a box to our local vet just around the street corner. He had to be treated a lot, due to constant catfights with neighbour tomcats. Called Fuchs, nicknamed Füchslein, which the vet made fun of, due to his size.
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Re: A Moment of Zen

Post by Falstaff » April 14th 2020, 1:37pm

gerdson wrote:
April 13th 2020, 8:27pm
biglove wrote:
April 11th 2020, 9:21am
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Imagine a cat, the beauty and majesty, with the personality of a dog. Who wouldn't want one?!
Funny. I never thought about it that way, but our first cat, a medium to large size red tigered male probably came very close to being like that. He would still retain this catlike independence, but greet us when we came home, purr gratefully (!) when picked up and carried towards the bed, never bite, never claw, I could even carry him without a box to our local vet just around the street corner. He had to be treated a lot, due to constant catfights with neighbour tomcats. Called Fuchs, nicknamed Füchslein, which the vet made fun of, due to his size.
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