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Would you say she's settled in now????

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by Oscars mam, Feb 4, 2012.


  1. Oscars mam

    Oscars mam PetForums VIP

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    I think she looks totally ill at ease and wishing she were anywhere but there! ;) :001_tt1:
     
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    yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:D
    Rosie is sooooooooooooooooooo gorgeous and cute!:001_tt1: i love her!
     
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    LMAO

    oh dear, think you need to crack open the felliway - poor little mite looks sooo on edge lol

    gorgeous girl :) x
     
  5. buffie

    buffie Mentored by Meeko

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    Looks to me like she has a way to go yet before you could say that she is totally comfortable with her surroundings :rolleyes: :lol::lol:.What a gorgeous girl she is :D
     
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    I agree...give her more time and I'm sure she will be comfortable :p;)

    So content bless her :001_tt1:
     
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    I agree with everyone else - she's so tense! Get a feliway going woman!
     
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    Lol not quite there yet id say :)))) x
     
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    I can't possibly give an honest answer without further photographic evidence. ;)

    Does she play well with Oscar now?
     
  10. Oscars mam

    Oscars mam PetForums VIP

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    Lol :D
    I wouldn't say she plays well but they do play, she is very vocal when playing, meowing and hissing! I don't think they will ever be bussom buddy's but who knows lol time will tell!
    She is so very affectionate though and follows me everywhere!!!
    Xx
     
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    She is truly beautiful! xx
     
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    ummm..no, not at all - this will never work out....send her to mine :001_tt1: :001_tt1: :001_tt1:
     
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    Oscars mam PetForums VIP

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    Mmmmm the angelic little darling has just done this :(
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    Tut tut...
    Silly Hooman left the smashy thing far too close to the edge, really you must try harder!
    I think that picture should have a thought bubble coming from Rosie saying
    'Oh yes, fell on my paws in this household, not bad at all! '
     
  15. jill3

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    She's Lovely:001_tt1:
    Butter wouldn't melt!!
    Good job it was her who broke the ornament and not Hubby!!
    Cats get for given. With Hubby's it's not so easy:D
     
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    Oh for goodness sake OM, that poor cat is just a bundle of nerves & tension!!! The poor little thing. She was obviously shaking soooooo much that the vibrations caused the ornament to fall. :( :(

    I think Rosie needs more Dreamies to help her relax and chill out. :D :D :D
     
  17. sarahecp

    sarahecp Crazy Cat Lady of Bucks

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    What a gorgeous girl :001_tt1:

    Aww poor Rosie, she looks a bit tense in those pics, I would give it more time and maybe she'll come round :D:D









    Aww bless her, she looks so happy and content :)
     
  18. Oscars mam

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    Lol at all the replies!!! £50/£60 ornament down the swanny, Oscar broke a £100 one from same place:rolleyes:
    It's my own fault :D maybe I should just remove all ornaments so her majesty and the king can climb and jump around as they please??? :D :D
     
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    Ouch!
    Someone on here mentioned something called Museum Putty, and I also found stuff meant for earthquake zones, must be worth looking into.
    QuakeHold! Protection for Collectibles
     
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    Ooh thanks I'll have to look at that!!! :)
     
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