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Finals Week Thor


Imrlgoddess

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So South La is having winter this weekend.  That means plenty of sleety, yucky rain.  The Dog Thing is practicing her "fast as possible" potty routine and the cats are a bunch of stir crazy slut bags either running about the house or sleeping all super cute on stuff.  I've been tearing my hair out trying to get some creative ideas to happen with my final project this week as well as simply getting something show worthy together for next semester.  Of course, Thor is the most helpful kitty ever!  He likes to rattle the things around in my tool box, so I kept telling him no.  Alright mama, I'm just gonna lay riiiiigghht here.  

We have an older house and there are these sort of free standing tall double cabinets separating the kitchen from the living room.  The tops are about a foot from the ceiling.  He's figured out he can balance on the back of an antique recliner we have in the living room and launch himself up there.  He apparently gets way more out of that than navigating the horde of randomness that's on top of the fridge.  *sigh* at least he isn't scaling my curtains anymore.....

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catlady

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what is it about cats needing to participate in projects?  i've spent the last three evenings detangling 2 cats from wrapping paper and ribbons, and keeping their little toes away from the scissors.  

i love that Thor's hind leg doesn't quite fit in the box; that looks like he's there out of sheer defiance.  what a little cutie!!

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Imrlgoddess

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I have yet to put up a tree or wrap a gift!  He's the most helpfullest helper that ever helped!  Pouncing on bows and laying reeeaaallly close to you so you don't get lonely.  

Defiance is his middle name!  I tell him no, he finds a workaround :my_biggrin:

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catlady

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our tree is up, and every day there are at least half a dozen ornaments on the floor.  we have a real one this year, and i'm genuinely surprised they haven't tried to climb it yet.  

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Imrlgoddess

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A few years back I had a fluffy tuxedo kitty named Squeak....she LOVED climbing inside the Christmas tree.  We'd look for her and find either her fluffy tail sticking out or her little fluffed out face peeking at us through the branches.  

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mango_fandango

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That first photo is the definition of "if I fits, I sits" :pb_lol:

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feministxtian

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why we don't have a Christmas tree...the thought of a tree + death & destruction does not thrill me. 

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Imrlgoddess

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We bought a small prelit tree a could years ago.  I try to avoid the round ornaments but he manages to snatch at least one something no matter what I do. Cute sneaky little shit. 

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CorruptionInc.

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You've got to love the fact that cats DNGAF about space!

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Imrlgoddess

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Space? what's this "space" you speak of???  You mean their domain?  Their Catdom??? :my_biggrin: :kitty:

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feministxtian

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cat space - anywhere cat fits...doesn't matter who or what else is there. The dynamic duo is currently napping on the cat tree (thank God). Their preferred space is on/next to me. Luke is usually on my right, within easy grabbing room of my right arm. Leia is usually on my left with her butt on the couch cushion and her head/face/front paws on me. 

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