Thursday, 18 March 2010

Kuriosity NEARLY Killed the Kitty!

'Meow', 'Meow' ... Can I hear a cat? Where is that coming from? I open the front door and in walks a cute little white and ginger kitty, with one blue and one brown eye, and runs round our apartment like it owns the place. She finds a nice comfy place under our couch and sits there for a while, I give her milk and a couple of dog crunchies. Then Holly, my dog, who could kill a cat in an instant, spots her ...through the window. 'BARK! BARK! BANG! BANG' Chaos ...

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  1. Wait, so what happened to the kitty? Did she become dog chow? ;-)

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  2. Wait, so what happened to the kitty? Did she become dog chow? ;-)

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  3. Luckily my partner got her back out of the front door just in time! It was close!

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  4. That's so funny! I have a good friend whose home seems to attract every animal in the neighborhood, even though she already had two of her own. There was a cat that was constantly trying to sneak in, and her next door neighbor had a duck who was often seen waddling across her yard. Ha, ha!

    Glad to hear kitty is okay!

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  5. Yeah, sounds about right. Cats always think they own the place. They're like little girls... Ha!

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