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Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner. Last reply by Loren Miller Apr 16, 2018.
Started by Steph S.. Last reply by Grinning Cat Apr 16, 2018.
Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner. Last reply by Loren Miller Nov 4, 2012.
I didn't like that fall either, even if I know there's probably no harm.
Patricia, I don't know, that cat falling back off the pillow to the ground reveals a landing space that is very risky. That block of wood makes me nervous. And laughing at a cat falling onto his back just is not funny. Another example of creating risky conditions to entertain!
Go ahead, people, call me any name you want, I just do not like such humor.
No idea, I just see these on Pinterest.
Patricia, the white markings on that cat look PhotoShopped. Can that features actually be natural? The single hairs of the color boundaries could be edited.
I still suffer under influence of what I see is real.
Sooooo we get well-trained!
The two cats that own this house in Colorado scratch and tear up the carpet to get into a room and then to get out. The Destructive Devils rule the roost.
Always have to let them in no matter what or they'll tear up the door- mine at least will.
It is.....I don't dare shut the door if I want the hallway carpet underneath to stay in one piece. The only time its ''allowable'' is if we have other people here.
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