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Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by iGary, Jan 13, 2006.
As a cat:
Says the man who quite likely took those pictures in his pajamas. While "at work."
I was actually "good" today because the significant other left late for work, so I "HAD" to shower and get dressed. No Earl Grey tea in my PJ's today, I'm afraid.
Does the cat like to get under blankets and such? My previous cats did not like to be covered by blankets.
One time my cat started it's day by eating out of my dad's cereal bowl.
Oh, she does that constantly this time of year. We have two comforters - one stays on the bed all the time, and the other we fold up and leave it at the foot of the bed - she burrows her way in there. I often wonder how the heck she breathes under all that blanket.
Our new kitten gets under my covers, but with her head still on the pillow.
no pics, no digi cam
Ours is entirely anti-social but has this weird habit of wanting to lick our legs after a shower. He has his own water bowl, and we leave a sink dripping for him... but for some reason he licks our legs as if he'd been without water for a week. Maybe he thinks he's helping us to dry off, no idea... but cute.
My late cat used to curl up in the bathroom sink. Was a real bitch getting her out so I could brush my teeth and shave.
*this post may have been edited out of context.
Turning on the water wouldn't work?
Yeah my cat has it pretty rough too...
My sister's cat does exactly the same. I wonder why they like it so much?
My dog has a hard life too:
Then 30 minutes later
glad to see someone else with a cat of similar behavior...two of my three cats wait for me outside the shower every morning. There is a cat water bowl, and an accessible dog water bowl, however, after I open the shower door, they run in and lick the warm shower water from any place they can reach, with out getting paws too wet...
I have 1 cat who is addicted to nicotine. After coming inside form smoking a cigarette, she would go crazy to try and lick our fingers to get the nicotine (I guess) from them. Now that I've quit smoking she goes doubly crazy on my wife (still a smoker).
And then there's Logan, who like earwax. A lot. <gross>
how do you figure out that he likes earwax???
I don't remember, but it was recent. He's always had a penchant for cleaning his sister's (the cat-smoker) ears.. and I think I just wiggled my finger in my ear and stuck it in his face. Now we can bribe him into sitting in our laps by pretending to stick a finger in our ears. He's very pretty and not terribly smart.
our largest male cat [gunther] isn't the sharpest knife in the drawer either...his 'favorite' thing to do is jump up and grab the door jam, then just hangs there.
Who knows, but a lot seem to..... http://catsinsinks.com/
Our girl does no such things; she is a civilized lady.
Sorry - http://catsinbidets.com
Yeah, my dog has it bad too:
I don't know if someone said this already, (to lazy to read), but it maybe that it's cooler in the sink. Like it's colder.
ugh. I'm so tired, and i'm so "out of it"
no, nobody did, but I agree, it's cool, secure like a bed, and from a higher vantage point.