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CaveGirlMel: Diocletian's Last Cabbage: CaveGirlMel: yay for Caturday !! This is Bella, the newest member of the family! Bout 6 and 1/2 months old.[img.fark.net image 708x507]WELCOME BELLA (ow, my head)! Enjoy the gushy food and scrachy toys.Welcome, CaveGirlMel./Can I have a bite of yer cookie?Thanks !! (i just got home from work.. so replies are late.. )Of course you can have a bite!! Cookies for everyone !Tigerose- I brought Awesome cookies... that's what kind lol. We've had her for 2 weeks now, I got her from a girl i work with, who in my opinion, is a bad pet owner.She's getting fixed very shortly(and according to my vet i was talking to when pricing spay surgeries, said that she should have been fixed at at least 5 months old). I also learned shortly after i brought her home that she's never been the vet at all, So i'm going to be seeing if they can do her boosters the same day she gets fixed. I've never been so disgusted with a pet owner as i was with her previous owners. Plus the fact that her 6 yr old used to practically maul her(i saw first hand, which is why i think she's not a fan of being picked up, seems like she's warming up to it slowly now).My son on the other hand is thrilled ! She's one of his (very early) Birthday presents(he's almost 5) and tell's me all the time that he's glad we have Bella and how much he loves her. She's spoiled and he constantly plays with her. he doesn't even try to pick her up, he's more content to just sitting next to her to pet her.I never knew how much i missed having a cat around until we got her. She sleeps next to me, attacks my toes in the morning, chews on her cat grass and runs around most days like she's on crack, she's awesome lol.Does any one have any post-op tips on how to keep her from picking at her stitches(for when she goes in to get spayed) ? I had cats growing up, but i don't remember the time when my parents got them fixed or how they kept them from picking at it.Of course i had to add a seco ...
Canadian Lurker: This week, my cat Sterling got sprayed by a skunk, again.Considering his age and aggressive attitude, bathing him in tomato juice is no longer an option.Fed up with his smelly stubborness, I told Sterling to go stick his head under a faucet or something.[i176.photobucket.com image 550x550]
quantum_jellyroll: yobbery:[www.smugmug.com image 503x450]I find that particular picture troubling.Any prairie dog worth his salt can do basic math (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division).Up to 4 or 5 digits (unless they're autistic).When facing a problem of "2+2", almost any prairie dog would think to himself, "shiat, this one's a cinch!" .However, research has indicated that prairie dogs suck at both percentages and integrals.When faced with something like "What is 17½% of F(x) = xq + 1/(q + 1) where x=4 and q is the square root of Jupiter?"In that case, the most likely response from the prairie dog would be "shiat3..."and a cat...[reneau.smugmug.com image 605x592]
lilyspad: akimbotoo: Psssst! Want to see what a Meerkat does when it's tummy is tickled? Link :DThat is hilarious!!! Sounds like Flipper!!! (Wow...I just dated myself there) :D
lilyspad: ferfer72: Real Women Drink Akvavit:/are there any fauxlidays in the US where drinking is not only socially acceptable, but kinda expected?//I'm asking for a friend///and scienceI'm pretty sure that's every US holiday. If you want the drunker ones, you want 4th of July, Christmas, St. Patrick's Day, Thanksgiving, Memorial Day, and Labor Day.New Year's Eve, Easter, Mother's Day, Father's Day, First Day of Spring, First Day of Summer, and my birfday! You forgot those...... :D
Diocletian's Last Cabbage: Uh-ohs! I posted a comment about drinking, and that was post # six hundred and sixty six!Going to need lots of posts with ceiling kitteh tomorrow to rebalance the thread. Or basement kitteh, whatever./666
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Diocletian's Last Cabbage: lilyspad: ferfer72: Real Women Drink Akvavit:/are there any fauxlidays in the US where drinking is not only socially acceptable, but kinda expected?//I'm asking for a friend///and scienceI'm pretty sure that's every US holiday. If you want the drunker ones, you want 4th of July, Christmas, St. Patrick's Day, Thanksgiving, Memorial Day, and Labor Day.New Year's Eve, Easter, Mother's Day, Father's Day, First Day of Spring, First Day of Summer, and my birfday! You forgot those...... :DVeteran's Day, Flag Day, D-Day, National Pancake Day, International Talk-Like-A-Pirate Day, National Pancake Day, International Underwear-On-Head Day... uhh... now?
sherpa18: *prances into the thread*Hai guise![i415.photobucket.com image 305x161]It is my great pleasure to report that the white boy has shown definite improvement today! He is eating better, and his litter box visitations have slowed down drastically - only twice in the last 6 hours or so - and we have lots of pee - albeit still a bit more bloody than I would like, but on the whole, things are looking up!He is also sleeping better, not nearly as restless as he was yesterday. I haz a happy! Thanks once again to everyone for your support, we both really appreciate it!!!*runs off to do wild sherpa dance*
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