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Super_Nova1

Guest
#21
Funny you mention the back pack.

As you would not catch me dead walking around with one.. Lol
But

My daughter had one and her cat can't get enough of it..



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Is that your home?!
If so, my goodness you are either very brave or have a very well behaved SV!

Anything and everything that looks interesting to our Nova, on a shelf gets knocked over and batted around on the floor.

Over the past few months we’ve learnt anything elevated or breakable becomes the subject of interest to him.

Our youngest daughter left a glass of water on the counter.
I had Nova in the kitchen with me while I was loading the dishwasher.
It was the one and only thing on the counter top.
Of course the glass caught Nova’s attention.
He Jumped up on the counter and immediately had his paw dipping down in to it.
Before I even had the time to react, he had that glass knocked on the floor.
Thankfully it was only water, because my wife’s new area rug caught a splash.
 

John Campbell

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Staff member
#22
Is that your home?!
If so, my goodness you are either very brave or have a very well behaved SV!

Anything and everything that looks interesting to our Nova, on a shelf gets knocked over and batted around on the floor.

Over the past few months we’ve learnt anything elevated or breakable becomes the subject of interest to him.

Our youngest daughter left a glass of water on the counter.
I had Nova in the kitchen with me while I was loading the dishwasher.
It was the one and only thing on the counter top.
Of course the glass caught Nova’s attention.
He Jumped up on the counter and immediately had his paw dipping down in to it.
Before I even had the time to react, he had that glass knocked on the floor.
Thankfully it was only water, because my wife’s new area rug caught a splash.
LOL... My Elsa (F3) she is pretty much in to everything, but is very very careful... She will drink out of a Glass and not spill a drop and the only think that she ever broke was a Coffee Mug and it was empty and I will assume 1/2 credit for that one, because it was hanging over the edge anyway... She barely touched it... LOL.... Guess I am blessed to have such a well behaving and courteous girl...
 

Hippy

Site Supporter
#23
Funny you mention the back pack.

As you would not catch me dead walking around with one.. Lol
But

My daughter had one and her cat can't get enough of it..



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Is that your home?!
If so, my goodness you are either very brave or have a very well behaved SV!

Anything and everything that looks interesting to our Nova, on a shelf gets knocked over and batted around on the floor.

Over the past few months we’ve learnt anything elevated or breakable becomes the subject of interest to him.

Our youngest daughter left a glass of water on the counter.
I had Nova in the kitchen with me while I was loading the dishwasher.
It was the one and only thing on the counter top.
Of course the glass caught Nova’s attention.
He Jumped up on the counter and immediately had his paw dipping down in to it.
Before I even had the time to react, he had that glass knocked on the floor.
Thankfully it was only water, because my wife’s new area rug caught a splash.
No, my house is worse with interesting things loll
That's my daughters home.
Her Bangal gets into everything tho..
Here is an example.. :)

Watch the top right corner



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Hippy

Site Supporter
#25
Lol
It's a nest i believe..lol same difference

No they have the condo people just letting them selves unannounced.. And denied doing so..



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Eixi Olive

Guest
#28
I cleared everything in prep for Olive. Since we’re musicians there are a lot of tiny plugs and cords, etc. which are closed off in rooms and studios. We’re fine with her playing the instruments tho

I don’t like clutter in general and have minimum wall hangings. But she still wants to jump into a few photos and loves climbing.

Those videos were so good
 

John Campbell

Site Supporter
Staff member
#29
I cleared everything in prep for Olive. Since we’re musicians there are a lot of tiny plugs and cords, etc. which are closed off in rooms and studios. We’re fine with her playing the instruments tho

I don’t like clutter in general and have minimum wall hangings. But she still wants to jump into a few photos and loves climbing.

Those videos were so good
I just have to ask this stupid question...

Does she like Drums, Keyboard, Guitar, Trumpet, or generally multi-talented... :sneaky:
 

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