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Old 01-27-2013, 11:31 PM   #281
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I brought my own glass and wine. Maybe I will use that nice yellow cup for coffee in the morning, thank you! No, I don't have any kitties ghost or otherwise. :(
You are right about grandbabies they are the best, love mine to pieces . Do you have grand children Vit?
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Old 01-27-2013, 11:31 PM   #282
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could your ghost kitty have been a feral cat with quick reflexes?
Nope, completely silent and it never moved. it was there when no doors or windows open, just sitting in a classic cat-sitting pose.

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Lol! Just not "buying" it are you Vit? I don't mind ghosts as long as they are friendly.
Taxlady, did the ghost cat every try to catch the ghost mice? Lol!

Anybody mind if I have wine tonight instead of coffee?
Never saw the cat chase the mice. ExDH wondered about that too.

I think that wine is more appropriate at this hour.
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Old 01-28-2013, 12:09 AM   #283
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oh yes, bunny. my grandchildren are way older than yours. my oldest is 17 years old already, and she towers over me at nearly 6 ft. but i can still see her newborn baby face like it was just yesterday. do you live near your grandbabies, bunny?

i'm going to get clobbered from all directions for this, but i would love it if we could adopt a kitty or two for this place. i know they would get excellent care here, with all the coffee lovers who love animals even more--dogs would be more complicated, probably not feasible....
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Old 01-28-2013, 12:11 AM   #284
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cats would be cool...cats and books perfect combo...
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Old 01-28-2013, 02:14 AM   #285
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oh yes, bunny. my grandchildren are way older than yours. my oldest is 17 years old already, and she towers over me at nearly 6 ft. but i can still see her newborn baby face like it was just yesterday. do you live near your grandbabies, bunny?
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You have a great opportunity to have a special friendship with your 17year old granddaughter. Does she share your "foodism"? That could be a fun shared interest. ;).
My grandchildren live about 2.5 - 3 hours away(depending on traffic). And yes they are young, DD kept me waiting for them for quite awhile ;-) I wish I could see them everyday. BTW......I have a 20 yr. old step-grandson too!
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Yup.
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thank you pf and taxy, for the unexpected support on the kitty question.:) (i guess i can count 'yup' as an endorsement? lol) do you suppose we would be needing someone from the coffee klatch to act as designated owner of any pets we adopt? there is likely a requirement along those lines by the s.p.c.a....
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thank you pf and taxy, for the unexpected support on the kitty question.:) (i guess i can count 'yup' as an endorsement? lol) do you suppose we would be needing someone from the coffee klatch to act as designated owner of any pets we adopt? there is likely a requirement along those lines by the s.p.c.a....
Cats don't have owners. They have staff.

But, let's teach those kitties to use the toilet.
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Cats don't have owners. They have staff.

But, let's teach those kitties to use the toilet.
P'zactly!
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Old 01-28-2013, 09:17 AM   #290
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a citikitty kit would eliminate the need for a cat litter box. citikitty, a cat toilet training kit, was pitched on the tv show shark tank last year. the sharks invested in this new kitty product, and it is on the market today. our kitties could be toilet trained in no time....:)
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