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Old 03-03-2007, 01:32 PM   #31
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My cat Tony had rather play with a paper wad than with his cat toys. He likes
you to pitch it up and he jumps up and intercepts it. Its funny to watch. He
also meows the word out when he goes to the door.
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My bird [we've named him Boseephus, but we just call him Bo for short], He sings, dances, waves, and says short sentences. I'm the only one he won't bite. When ever I walk out of the room he'll swak at the top of his lungs to see where I am. He hates being in his cage, he's always on top of it or on someones shoulder [mainly mine].


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He also meows the word out when he goes to the door.
I swear animals can talk. Our cat Foxy used to meow the word, 'No' when we were telling him to do something. God I miss that little boy. Had him for almost 17 years, and he died in November of 2005. I can still cry at the drop of a hat just thinking about him. One thing I've learned, is that you can't replace one animal with another, just like with people.
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I have 3 cats. Lucky is a slim black cat who looks just like Salem from Sabrina the Teenage Witch, except she's a girl. Whenever I go to the basement, I hear the gallop of cat feet and she's running down the stairs ahead of me. Whenever I get on the computer, she'll hop up on the chair next to me and rub around. She's also the one who sleeps on my bed or chair. Lucky is my shadow.

There's Molly, who is brown tiger striped and a pest. She's so skittish for some reason. Even around us, her family of 4+ years, she'll run the other way when someone approaches. She makes noises all the time, meowing just to be heard. She loves to have her tummy rubbed, and she purrs all the time.

Jasmine is our oldest, also a brown tiger striped kitty. When we first got Molly, Jasmine and Maya (our black cat at the time who has since passed on) were so upset that they hissed at each other. Jazz is my mom's shadow, always on her lap or cuddled next to her on the couch. Sometimes she'll jump up against the wall(?). It's pretty funny.

Whenever my dad makes his lunch (which always includes ham or turkey) the cats are right there, meowing away, wanting some. That's also funny because he always gives in.

Maya for some reason loved to drink the water drops coming out of the washing machine when she was alive. We never could figure out why, but everytime one of us went downstairs with a laundry basket in out hands, she'd run down the stairs and position herself at the washing machine.
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My cat does many of the things already mentioned... but whatever she does, even if she breaks something... she just lights up my life. I love her more than anything.
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I swear animals can talk. Our cat Foxy used to meow the word, 'No' when we were telling him to do something. God I miss that little boy. Had him for almost 17 years, and he died in November of 2005. I can still cry at the drop of a hat just thinking about him. One thing I've learned, is that you can't replace one animal with another, just like with people.

I had a girl cat named Bubha who was my baby, everytime I would sit down,
she'd be in my lap. I also lost her when she was 17 and I cried for days &
said I wouldn't get another cat. But after a couple of years I got Tony, who
has a totally different personality than Bubha. They are really like a family
member and it hurts so much when you lose them. Not everyone understands
the strong bond you have with them.
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my dog seriously tries to talk sometimes. if i'm talking to someone in the house and he's in the room he'll start making these noises and trying to imitate us LOL.
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Here is a thing my friend Becky's cat Chester does that I think is funny but she doesn't.

Chester is a bit eccentric - probably because he is one of those breeds of cats that has some bobcat mixed in his DNA. She adopted him from a place that specializes in this type of cat. Seriously, the cat looks like a wild animal.

Anyhoo, Becky's apartment has a mouse problem from time to time, and occasionally Chester will catch one. He won't kill it though, he just beats the crap out of the mouse until it's near death, then leaves his little treasure for Becky to find.

Yesterday morning about 8 AM Backy calls me in tears: Chester did it again, a wounded mouse is on her living room floor, kinda moving. Chester of course is nowhere to be found, he's really good at hiding when he knows he's done something to **** of his mistress.

Long story short, i had to go over and sweep the semi dead mouse into a trash bag. Luckily she only lives a block away.

Somebody has to teach that cat to clean up after himself.

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Here is a thing my friend Becky's cat Chester does that I think is funny but she doesn't.

Chester is a bit eccentric - probably because he is one of those breeds of cats that has some bobcat mixed in his DNA. She adopted him from a place that specializes in this type of cat. Seriously, the cat looks like a wild animal.

Anyhoo, Becky's apartment has a mouse problem from time to time, and occasionally Chester will catch one. He won't kill it though, he just beats the crap out of the mouse until it's near death, then leaves his little treasure for Becky to find.

Yesterday morning about 8 AM Backy calls me in tears: Chester did it again, a wounded mouse is on her living room floor, kinda moving. Chester of course is nowhere to be found, he's really good at hiding when he knows he's done something to **** of his mistress.

Long story short, i had to go over and sweep the semi dead mouse into a trash bag. Luckily she only lives a block away.

Somebody has to teach that cat to clean up after himself.

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My bird [we've named him Boseephus, but we just call him Bo for short], He sings, dances, waves, and says short sentences. I'm the only one he won't bite. When ever I walk out of the room he'll swak at the top of his lungs to see where I am. He hates being in his cage, he's always on top of it or on someones shoulder [mainly mine].


Bo is adorable. I never really thought too much about birds until after I saw a recent documentary. It made me see them in an entirely different light. Their personalities are so distinct and fantastic. TJ gave it high marks, so I figured I'd give it a shot. Here's a link about it if you're interested.

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/wild...elegraph_hill/

That's a great picture of you and your brother. He's just too cute.
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My bird [we've named him Boseephus, but we just call him Bo for short], He sings, dances, waves, and says short sentences. I'm the only one he won't bite. When ever I walk out of the room he'll swak at the top of his lungs to see where I am. He hates being in his cage, he's always on top of it or on someones shoulder [mainly mine].


Looks like the little bro wants some Bo action!

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Well, my pug is now 4 years old. Right now he is asleep next to my feet and he is snoring away as usual. Sometimes he will lay on his back with his paws up to his face. Everyone gets a kick outta him when he does that. Whenever we take him to the groomer's, the people there just fawn over him, they want to touch him and they say how cute he is. Also, when we take him without an appt. to the groomer's and they are busy, they will still take him because they love to take him a bath, they say he is so good and they adore him.
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All of me pets do something special.

Tara our six year old Shih Tzu, she dances and sings. When she meets new people or gets excited, she moves her paws up and down, dancing! hehe And she also sings, but only for my grandmother. She will not do it for anyone else lol.

Bailey, our one year old Golden/labrador retriever gives high five, gives paw, and catches every single piece of food she's given in her mouth lol. She's so cute.

Siobhan, our cat is such a lady. She crosses her paws whenever she lies down. You never catch her sleeping or even sitting down with her eyes open without her paws crossed.

Rhett out cat can open doors.

And Caitin our cat is the most sociable cat I've ever seen. She likes to sit on your shoulder when you're reading the paper, sit on the laptop keys when you're on it, and lately she's been jumping into the bags of food when you're eating from them, like chips. It's too funny though.

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Funny pictures of my animals.

Tara dancing!


Tara while my sister is holding her....


Tara and her sister Bailey haha.


Bailey acting silly with a ball.
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