Sleeping it off

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Sleeping it off

Post by bbattle » July 17th 2020, 2:59pm

Holly Golightly must've had a rough night as I found her passed out on the cabinet next to her scratching post/food station this morning.

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Why yes, she does have one of those "all you can eat" feeder bowls.

How could you tell? :mrgreen:
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Re: Sleeping it off

Post by TemerityB » July 17th 2020, 8:11pm

Sounds like you spoil that cat all the time, man.

Good for you.
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Re: Sleeping it off

Post by bbattle » July 18th 2020, 3:31pm

I came home 14 years ago to find my wife in the bathroom with 5 kittens. She had rescued them from her mother's farm. She put an ad in the paper to find homes for them; I said we'd keep the one nobody else wanted. Since the other kittens were bob-tailed, they were adopted lickety split. Holly, the only one with a full tail, remained. But she got along best with our Schnauzer and decided we were acceptable enough servants to take care of her, so she stayed.
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