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Post by kallis3 » Sat Nov 01, 2008 8:05 pm
Nia, this is Lloyd here. Me and Suzie hate the noisy things! I start to shake and can't stay still! Suzie just isn't comfortable.
Mummy says she will glad when this week is over - so will we! I'm glad my mummy doesn't sing to me though - I think that would be worse!

Anyway, I can hear more bangs, so I'm off the sit on my daddys lap so he can keep me safe.

Hi to Shakira, Hira and Pebbles too. Fancy weeing up your mums clothes - mine would kill me!
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Post by Julie » Sat Nov 01, 2008 8:28 pm
Hi everyone,

I hope we don't get any loud bangs here - last night we had starnge humans at the door. Some had green faces and big noses! Latch was scared and dad was really fed up of them.

Hoped to have a quiet day today, but the little human girl was here, mum calls her an angel and she calls mum Nanny....whats that all about????? She gets lots of cwtches too, even off dad and I don't like that one bit! Latch hides when she comes and I pretend to sleep. I did scratch her once but even dad shouted at me, so I won't do that again. The other angel wasn't here though, so I bet she'll come tomorrow.....oh roll on Monday when they all leave us cats alone.

Hope all the loud bangs stop soon for you - love Teide xx
 
 

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Post by kallis3 » Sat Nov 01, 2008 8:56 pm
Well the loud bangs seem to have stopped. I was hoping that would be the end of it, but mummy says they will be on tomorrow as well. I hate them!
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Post by Viki.W » Sat Nov 01, 2008 9:21 pm
Well I'm glad it's not just me that doesn't like other humans. I only like my mummy and daddy, no one else. I certainly don't like those mini humans, they are annoying and chase me around trying to stroke my back, I hate being stroked, I only like my mummy to scratch me under my chin or stick her finger down my ear.

You are the only other animals that I like too as I don't go out to socialise. You are all my best friends, Harry, Cole, Syra, Latchford, Teide, Hira, Pebble, Morton, Shakila and Snowy. That also includes you Lloyd and Suzie, even though you woof and are much bigger than me, I think you are both fun.

Going back under the bed now. Love Nia XXXXXXX
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Post by kallis3 » Sat Nov 01, 2008 9:45 pm
Me and Suzie love everyone! Humans give us lots of treats and fuss and we like that! Trouble is, Suzie is much bigger than me and tries to push in when someone is fussing me.

It's raining here now, so I hope the bangs are going to stop.
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Post by Skippy » Mon Nov 03, 2008 11:00 am
Hi felines and woofy things, Harry Puss here!

Sorry I haven't been around for a while - mummy and daddy have been on holiday and didn't leave their laptops on, and since they got back they have been hogging them. Don't they realise I'm a superstar of the internet and want to speak to my friends?

A big furry welcome to Hira, Pebbles, Morton and Shakila. If I can guide you in any way you only have to ask - mummy might say that's not a good idea, but she doesn't understand being a cat does she?

I never thought I'd say this, but I missed mummy and daddy while they were away. I love Nanny Puss, but I was a bit lonely - I can't go and stay with her as she has a nasty woofy thing, so I spent a lot of time on my own - see, they should have left me the PC, I could have spoken to you all. I have heard mummy saying that they might take me away with them next time they go to Pagham (no idea where that is, I hope it's nice!) so she's looking for a basket for me. I did hear her mention the 'Rolls Royce of cat baskets, so I don't know what she's getting! I'll keep you informed...

Anyway, it's time for a little sleep methinks.

Miaow for now!
 
 

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Post by Skippy » Mon Nov 03, 2008 2:20 pm
I hate the hoover! I go and sit outside when it comes out. Mummy and daddy think it's funny to hoover just inside the patio doors - I think they're meanies! I try and hit it, but luckily for the hoover there's a glass door between us!
 
 

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Post by kallis3 » Mon Nov 03, 2008 3:00 pm
I don't like the hoover either. I have to hide when daddy gets it out, Suzie doesn't mind though.

I'm not looking forward to tonight. There were lots of bangs last night and Suzie either lay on dad's lap, or hid under the footrest on the chair. She was shaking so much I thought the earth was moving!

I don't like them either, but I'm not as scared as Suzie. Mummy turned the tv up and shut the blinds and the curtains so we couldn't hear them.
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