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Crazy lady..

WitchyWoman

Admin
Staff member
#2
Sorry Ashley, I'm in the crazy lady camp. Spending $4000 to screen in the patio so the cats have lots of outdoor space; dining room chairs wrapped in beach towels to save from clawing; spent $$$$ on 3 cats just because they have spots (among other niceties); walk them in the rain because they like it; each step I take in the house, my foot lands on a squeak toy, ball, or one of hundreds of toys scattered around; they eat better than hubby and I. Yeah, I'd say I'm crazy.
 

Pam Flachs

Savannah Super Cat
#5
And me! Just tonight my BF opens the fridge and says (not the first time) "the cats eat better than we do"!

We did enjoy our McD's Angus burger and Fish Filet sandwiches though tonight....;)
 

WitchyWoman

Admin
Staff member
#6
And me! Just tonight my BF opens the fridge and says (not the first time) "the cats eat better than we do"!

We did enjoy our McD's Angus burger and Fish Filet sandwiches though tonight....;)
Then you either ate them standing up or hid in a closet, or ate out cause I can't believe the cats would let you enjoy any food without trying to help in some way.:)
 

Ashley

Savannah Super Cat
#7
Then you either ate them standing up or hid in a closet, or ate out cause I can't believe the cats would let you enjoy any food without trying to help in some way.:)
A few days before I got Kovu, our breeder said, "You may want to keep him locked up during meal times, especially around your little one. The Savannahs at our house around people food are like dinosaurs in Jurassic Park." lol.. Kovu learned fast tho, spray bottle helped. Now he just goes & eats HIS food when its OUR meal times. :)
 

Ashley

Savannah Super Cat
#8
Sorry Ashley, I'm in the crazy lady camp. Spending $4000 to screen in the patio so the cats have lots of outdoor space; dining room chairs wrapped in beach towels to save from clawing; spent $$$$ on 3 cats just because they have spots (among other niceties); walk them in the rain because they like it; each step I take in the house, my foot lands on a squeak toy, ball, or one of hundreds of toys scattered around; they eat better than hubby and I. Yeah, I'd say I'm crazy.
lol Not crazy, just VERY loving of your cats. :) There are SOOOO many things I'd like to do for Kovu (like get a nice enclosure for outside, build a cat walk, ect) but those are things Glenn doesn't want to do until we are done moving around. And he said no more kitties till we find out our duty station situation. Which I dont blame him, its THE most responsible thing to do, but at least a whole year of waiting is going to kill me.