posted on Nov, 21 2005 @ 12:46 PM
Our cats travel in "packs" the one mother and the 2 males do bite, run away, and scratch. Meanwhile they think the doors open magically, food
appears when they want it, and the house is theirs to command. So catnip on occasion is well deserved if it brings them inside while we're there.
The door they try to come in through is a sliding door, in order for them to actually come in, I have to sit in the chair and open the other side with
my foot. In order to get them out, we just let the dog in the house. BTW, our dogs are totally harmless, the one is just big, barks a lot, and loves
to chase things (ohh joy...) but we're keeping him, because theres no way we'd let him be put down by the humane society nazis down the street.
(They wouldn't let us adopt a small dog because we don't have a fence, don't lock our dogs to a post, nor use a leash when walking. I mean come
on, we live in the freakin woods, pretty far away from everything; the only thing in the woods big enough to cause a threat would be the squirrels
that the dogs would chase and run into a tree while chasing. This is a RANT for another day) And our other dog is the shyest pansy dog I've ever
seen. The cats love her, always rubbing up her legs, sleeping on her, etc.
Oh and in case you were wondering, we "have" (not sure on this one anymore) 11 cats last time we were able to count. But that was also before we
got Lord Sir Mooseton (Moose) who is a german shep/something else mix.
His ears are flat. Patti, the shy one, is like a black lab/grayhound/husky (kind of) mix. Medium sized dog, fast though, very fast. Races the car
up to about 30 - 35mph.
George (Freakazoid... he swallowed 2 balloons as a kitten and almost died, his neck is screwed up)
Note: A good friend once asked me, "Have you had all the ladies spayed?" I replied "Yes" She said, "Then at one point you had a 'Shaved Kinky
I'm all out of catnip.