My cat's an annoying sack of fat


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May25-05, 07:09 PM
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To start off, my cat weighs 17 pounds. Every night, she tries to open my door and ends up hitting herself against the door. After she does this multiple times, she rolls around on the floor and makes her name tag jingle When she is able to get in my room, she politely jumps on top of my keyboard when I'm trying to post Then she jumps to the upper shelf and steps on my printer (which isn't working, I winder why ) Then she climbs onto my DVD player for a nap


AAAHHHH!!!
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May25-05, 07:23 PM
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K, I've got new stories.

She keeps trying to get on my desk(she hasn't learned from me tossing her so many times, I deserve a shotput medal) now she thinks she is being sneaky by getting on my nightstand first, and then jumping from there to the desk.

I plan to break the shotput world record
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May25-05, 07:33 PM
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for some strange reason she likes you.

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May25-05, 07:35 PM
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My cat's an annoying sack of fat


She's rolling on her back right now. I'm getting my arm ready!
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One of my relatives had a toothless cat. Something was wrong with it and it would sneeze all over everything. It especially liked to do this when it was right in my face. It would walk all over everything I was trying to do. It seemed to make a point of getting in the way when I was trying to read or use the computer. It also had a nasty temper and sharp claws. Whenever I would attempt to pet it without it's permission it would scratch me and try to bite me.

I prefer dogs.
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May25-05, 08:03 PM
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I have three cats at home and with my girlfriend 4...Aren't they lovely though...?

Daniel.
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Quote Quote by Huckleberry
One of my relatives had a toothless cat. Something was wrong with it and it would sneeze all over everything.
Must be allergic to people.
I prefer dogs.
Me too! Though, Danger is still trying to convince me to keep the kittens under my deck (yep, despite my hopes, they haven't been moved and were making noises on Monday to let me know they still live there). Why do cats always have to sit on the one book or piece of paper you're trying to read, or your keyboard when you're trying to type?
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Quote Quote by dextercioby
I have three cats at home and with my girlfriend 4...Aren't they lovely though...?

Daniel.
Your girlfriend is a cat?
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my cat is fun to play with, its like messing with death. if you hit its belly, you get clawed and chewed on. i still think its funny, and who cares about pain, pain is weakness leaving the body.

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Your girlfriend is a cat?

Yeah,i call'er "my sweet,delicious cat"...

Daniel.
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Quote Quote by Moonbear
Me too! Though, Danger is still trying to convince me to keep the kittens under my deck (yep, despite my hopes, they haven't been moved and were making noises on Monday to let me know they still live there). Why do cats always have to sit on the one book or piece of paper you're trying to read, or your keyboard when you're trying to type?
Cats are crafty creatures. They know when they can get your attention and when they can't. If they know that they can get your attention then there's no point in going out of their way to do it. If they think they can't get your attention then they get upset. This results in the cats always choosing the worst moment to demand attention. Kind of reminds me of a girlfriend I almost had once.
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Kind of reminds me of a girlfriend I almost had once.
Sounds like a close call!
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Quote Quote by Moonbear
Sounds like a close call!
True, but I'm not perfect by a long shot either. She might have been the one that wanted out.
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Ugh. I hate cats.

- Warren
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May25-05, 09:19 PM
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I think mine counts as 2, maybe 3. I have tossed her about 4 feet so far
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I think mine counts as 2, maybe 3. I have tossed her about 4 feet so far
A photo just surfaced:


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May25-05, 09:31 PM
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That's only a few pounds from my cat
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That poor cat. What did they do to it? That's bordering on animal abuse.


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