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Elsa Knows to Sunday is a Day Of Rest

John Campbell

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Staff member
#1
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Elsa definitely respecting Sunday as being a day of rest.

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A Fly definitely got Elsa's attention.

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Watching TV

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She always enjoys a good stretch...

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She never missed a chance to steel something.. this time she stole one of my RC Propellers.

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She always enjoys time to lean back and watch some YouTube Videos... One of her favorite things to do on the computer.

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Getting playful... She loves to run ahead of me going up the stairs, and stop half way to attack my feet... She never uses claws, and is only playing, but she does not realize how sharp those little teeth are.

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She always helps Jake with his grooming needs.

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Jake and Elsa watching TV this evening.​
 

Mischief

Savannah Super Cat
#4
She is adorable and she has that look in her eyes that she's going to get into trouble at any minute. And by the way, Elsa and I feel the same way about Sundays being a day of rest so I consider myself in good company with her.
 

John Campbell

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Staff member
#5
She is adorable and she has that look in her eyes that she's going to get into trouble at any minute. And by the way, Elsa and I feel the same way about Sundays being a day of rest so I consider myself in good company with her.
Actually, she was not getting into trouble... There was a fly she was after, and actually myself and Jake (dog) were after it... Finally got it with an Electronic Fly Swatter :)
 

John Campbell

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Staff member
#7
What is an electronic fly swatter???
They look like a tennis racket and they have an electric grid that is powered by batteries... Push the button and catch the bugs in flight... They are only $3.99 at Harbor Freight and many times on sale for $2.99. Requires 2 D batteries. You can check them out at "http://www.harborfreight.com/electronic-fly-swatter-40122.html" - They are well worth the money, but you need to catch them in flight... If they are on a surface and you can get close to them, just put it over top of them and let fly into it when they take off :). Works great.

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I hope this answer your question... I keep 2 or 3 of them around... I have never had one to fail other than the one my sister smacked the wall with and busted it into 2 pieces.​