Friday, October 7, 2016

What Do You Expect Me to Do?





Pretend I *don't* get 
all up in your pillows when you're not home?

15 comments:

  1. No use pretending, Spitty. It's what we do, right?

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  2. That's why none of us can get into the bedroom.

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  3. From what I see !
    Seriously, You are not good pretender at all ... MOL
    =^x^=

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  4. The winter is a-coming - the extra furs you leave will keep her warm.
    She really is ungrateful.

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  5. Honesty is always the best policy, Spitty. I'm sure the Human would rather be mindful of the possibility of suffocating in her sleep after inhaling furs up her nose during the night than not. How she handles the situation is up to her - but at least you can sleep comfortable, knowing that you've given her all the information.

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  6. Wait a doggone minute... Sorry, a catgone minute! What do you mean "your" pillows?? Everything belongs to the kitty! Therefore, those are Spitty's pillows! So why wouldn't you get all up in them?

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  7. Pillows are always property of the cats, everyone knows that!

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  8. Really...of course, you do. When the human is away, anything and everything is fair game! XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  9. Honesty is always the best policy..................well.........almost always! She probably would have figured it out anyway from the black furs!

    Hugs, Sammy

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  10. Oh yes. Lay in them, on them, around them, possess them as the pillows they are. Yours.

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  11. We agree, Spitty. Do everything in the Human's presence so they JUST GET USED TO IT!

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  12. NO point pretending, I am sure there is evidence :)

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  13. Hee! Hee! mes does that too!
    That's what theys for!
    Well...
    Thats my story and mes sticking to it!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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Leave me a meow or a hiss; I don't mind a hiss or two. . . or even a bitey.