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My charlie is very lazy...as if he doesn't do much and gets everything done for him. Though now when im in the kitchen and he wants to go out....he wont open the cat flap...

He will wait until you do it for him....easy life or what :eek6:

He knows how to use it but i guess its too hard work for him :lol:

Anyone else have very lazy cats?? :)
 

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Yeah my cat is really lazy, when hes hungry he will meaow constantly untill i bring his food bowl to him!
 

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Locke is not normally a lazy cat - in fact he's quite the opposite! Unfortunately he's been poorly all weekend so has barely moved (vet said yesterday he has a temperature and going back for a check-up today). Particularly on Saturday my OH carried him everywhere as Locke was very wobbly on his feet. We're still bringing food to him and sometimes carry him down the stairs when he hasn't the energy/balance/too lazy :p
 

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One of my cats is a bit lazy, but she will get up when her food gets served or things like that, but sometimes she'll sit down in front of the table with the food bowls on it, and she looks at me like "are you gonna put me on the table or what?" :lol: But most of the time I don't do it because I don't want her to get used to people doing everything for her :p
 

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Mine will do things himself when he wants...im move like his slave lol. Only gets away with it because he is cute :lol:
 
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