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A mystery

Posted by gandle 4 NE (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 6, 13 at 14:21

It doesn't seem to make any difference whether I'm inside sitting on the sofa or outside in a lawn chair, I seem to have a cat in my lap. I might think she is outside but maybe she passes through walls. Guess it wouldn't surprise me.


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RE: A mystery

As a long time cat person(don't tell the dog) the best I can tell you is to stop thinking about and accept that you are owned by a cat. Just enjoy the lap warmer.


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George, maybe Heinlein's "The cat who walks through walls" retired to Nebraska. They can move fast. My cat is upstairs and looks out of the window and I am downstairs. I go and open the door and the cat is out before I have opened the door completely. All I have to do is think about it and she runs.


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There are times that I think any one cat is a multiple cat, if s/he chooses to be and can be in more than one place at once. Don't laugh, with cats everything is possible.


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  • Posted by mwheel East. WV-Z.6 (My Page) on
    Sat, Apr 6, 13 at 18:10

I totally agree, Lilo. A cat is an incredible creature, and our cat Maggie has both my husband and me under her paws. Fortunately, as long as we do what she wants, she's a benevolent dictator, but when 14 pounds of cat lands on your chest at five in the morning, it's a real wake up call!


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When I am sitting, my cat is in my lap or on the back of the chair.When I'm not sitting she cries for no apparent reason. I think she is telling me to sit down.


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They are soo manipulative.


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