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yes mummy we know we are banned from jumping on the kitchen table

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by Cloudygirl, Apr 2, 2011.


  1. Cloudygirl

    Cloudygirl PetForums VIP

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    but we don't care :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

    turned my back for 2 mins. That'll be another table cloth in the wash then.
     
  2. lucylocket35

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    Aww bless their naughtly little paws. :rolleyes: :)
     
  3. buffie

    buffie Mentored by Meeko

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    :lol::lol:Who says cats cant be taught to stay off things !!!! :D
     
  4. Cloudygirl

    Cloudygirl PetForums VIP

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    I call them naughty paws and sometimes if you call their names they don't come but then shout naughty paws and they both come running :eek: :D

    Little buggers. Jumping on table cloth and leaving hairs everywhere really not helping my allergies. Also they opened the bedroom door and came and got me up this morning.
     
  5. GreyHare

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    This is why I brought an oil cloth for my table so it's wipeable rather than having to wash lots :D
     
  6. Cloudygirl

    Cloudygirl PetForums VIP

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    I've got a polka dot vinyl one somewhere that I think I'll get out.

    Does anyone want them? I'd swap the pair of them for a cup of tea and a lie in :D
     
  7. Jenny1966

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    hmmmm I know that feeling!! :)
     

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  8. GreyHare

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    That could be tempting specially as the husband always gets up to them in the night :D
     
  9. GreyHare

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    She looks like a little ewok :eek: bless so sweet
     
  10. Lil Dee

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    Yup - same here....only they don't just stick to the table...the dining chairs are full of cat hair, oh, and they just LOVE the heated floor in the conservatory (which is the dining room in our house) :rolleyes:

    Jenny, I simply adore your Molly, everytime I see her, I want to pull out of the computer screen and give her a love !
     
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    :lol: They have no shame...they no there not ment to be up there but the looks on their faces just says "i dont care, you love me too much to be mad"
     
  12. Taylorbaby

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    lol naughty sods! kitchen is off limit to my lot, dont like the idea of them walking on worktops or turning on the gas by accident :(
     
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    great pictures lol,:D,:D,:D
     
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    I guess I am lucky, Scamp knows he isn't allowed on the kitchen surfaces and has never got on them, the table though he has been known to be enticed on to by my sons (who are adults and should know better) Just love the innocent look and don't care look on your cats faces :D
     
  15. Cloudygirl

    Cloudygirl PetForums VIP

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    they aren't too bad with the work surfaces unless I'm serving them up toplife chicken dinner in which case they can't contain themselves and throw themselves onto the sides. They are buggers for the kitchen table though and tried jumping on the table and the sides when my dad fed them.

    Kitchen has no door so can't be off limits if I'm giving them the run of upstairs. Most days though they hang out out the back with the cat tree and scratchers etc so the kitchen gets a reprieve.
     
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