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Old 11-25-2004, 10:30 AM   #11
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What didn't my cats get into yesterday?! When I cook they think its an activity for them as well. One cat was busy licking the flour as the other was at the butter....Tin foil covering doesn't stop them either if they want whats underneath...I found a rip in the foil..where underneath was pecan tarts....need I go on...Loveable yes well behaved well...their still in a kitten stage..testing us all the time.
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Old 11-25-2004, 04:36 PM   #12
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My cat learned real early to never stick his nose into anything I was cooking. A more curious cat, there has never been, but this time he got more than he bargained for.

I was making a couple of lemon meringue pies. I had just filled the crusts with the lemon custard and turned my back to put the pot in the sink and grab the meringue. My cat was at the table, hind legs on the chair, one paw on the table and the other frantically trying to shake off the hot lemon custard. Quick trip to the sink. Lots of cold water. A dip into my iced water and he was fine and never did that again.
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