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Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by catz4m8z, Apr 9, 2011.


  1. catz4m8z

    catz4m8z PetForums VIP

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    Anybody else lost their cat to the sunshine??:D
    Mine have a single high bed in their room which is right up againest the window. The last few days from about lunchtime onwards its like I dont have any cats at all. They are all upstairs sunbathing!!:rolleyes:
     
  2. Gratch

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    Yup, only one side of the house gets direct sunlight and you can bet they'll be lying in it whenever it's warm lol
     
  3. sharon_gurney

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    I know the feeling, mine are conked out, outide in thier run:D
     
  4. Eroswoof

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    Yep, I'm missing 3 cats and a bunny :rolleyes:

    Em
    xx
     
  5. Milly Cat

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    Milly is outside every moment she gets now. Came home yesterday though and found her lying like she was dead in the hallway. Turns out she had found a sunny patch there and was snoozing - I think maybe she gets a little too hot outside with her mainly black fur.
     
  6. welshjet

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    Jet windowsil hops from upstairs in the morning where hes at full stretch to downstairs in the afternoon and yep he is at full stretch again, what a busy and hectic life they have :cool:
     
  7. Ally-Kats

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    Yes even the oap is out all day in the garden and getting up ever earlier to see the day in :D
     
  8. merothe

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    Lol mine are so strange :D they sleep in the shade even though with such big windows where they were sleeping they had to squeeze in a corner to avoid it :confused:
     
  9. Fuzzy_moo

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    Jessica doesn't go out unless it's 100 degrees, so you know it's hot when she goes out :D
     
  10. kerfuffle

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    Yep. The house was oh so quiet earlier. The cat was in the conservatory where he has his own armchair, watching the birdies and enjoying the sunshine.

    Once the sun was gone though... manic.

    Maybe they run on solar power and have to recharge every so often. :p
     
  11. TatiLie

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    I'm the biggest loser here at home.
    I lose to…
    • sunshine
    • fresh cool air
    • food
    • Aurelia's toy
    • tin foil ball
    • noise at the corridor
    • flies at the window
    • the birds flying far, far away
    • a dog passing on the street (and we're on the 1st floor!)
    • Ari's daddy (aka my husband)
    • a dead leaf
    • the blanket
    • a pen
    • a coaster
    :cryin::cryin::cryin::cryin:
     
  12. Marley boy

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    I lose my cats to grass elvis especialy loves grass he loves pouncing on it and creeping through it like a ninja (my grass hasnt been cut since before winter)
     
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