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This little beastie here!!! He's been on one hell of a kick lately.  After the coffee table incidents, yes there were several, the photos I posted were AFTER he got into it twice and found his brush.  I'd moved the brush by that time, he kept going in and digging his little paw around looking for it, I ended up sticking a piece of paper in the corner so the drawer is tight.  We've been playing the "no get down! stay away from the tv!" game all week.  I've moved the scratchy post so he stops going for the corner of the chair.  He was being all sweet kitty the other day....and then last night happens.  

I'm in the living room, it's around 8:30-9ish...I hear this massive crash/shatter from the kitchen.  He loves the top of the fridge so my first thought was that he finally sent one of the breakable from up there to the floor.  Nope.  We have this little 3/4 shelf bookshelf in the dining area (big eat in combo kitchen/dining).  On the top sits an air purifier and an X-shaped wine bottle and glass rack.  They take up the whole thing now, so there's little room for his long chubby butt to be up there to begin with.  Well he tried apparently.  I had 3 wine glasses out of 4 hanging on the rack and an unopened bottle of wine just for pretty.  Yeah.  Bottle and rack are OK, glasses--not so much.  Two of them were from a collectors set with the wine and Miranda Lambert's newest CD....UGH.

I swear ya'll if he wasn't so cute!!!

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Mela99

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When did our baby Thor become an unruly teenager??

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Imrlgoddess

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Oh he's one smug, snuggly baby between cat-tastrophes! 

He knows mama falls for kitten face. Lucky little adorable mongrel....

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LadyCrow1313

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Sorry, my mother's Siamese cat sent her knocking-things-off-shelves/nightstands-instead-of-leaving-well-enough-alone vibes to HRH. I apologize for any inconvenience.  ;) 

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      I wonder if today is the wedding.

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    • Maggie Mae

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      29 minutes ago, louisa05 said:

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