Tips for my cat?

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  • mink35mink35 Forumite
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    saw this and it made me smile :):)


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  • Curry_QueenCurry_Queen Forumite
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    Ohhhhhh Squeaky will be nicking that for his collection :D



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    WhadderyaMEAN WILL BE ?????

    It's STOLEN already :):):):)
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  • mink35mink35 Forumite
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    blimey that was quick :D
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    They don't call me "Quick Draw McSqueaky" for nothing :)
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  • What about something like this during the summer to stop him getting out through the window?:-

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    Insect Window Screen 18103
    Easy-trim window screen to prevent insects from flying in through an open window. Allows fresh air to circulate. Attach around window frame using the self-adhesive touch-fastening strip. 130 x 150cm. See also Door Insect Screen Offer (Code 19362).

    nr: 12003443

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    Lidl have something very similar on sale wsl from today for £1.79 :D
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  • Paul_VarjakPaul_Varjak Forumite
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    Just read this in today's newspaper:

    "Her owner gave her up because she kept killing birds and it upset him"

    What does he expect a cat to do?

    Last night I was woken up by my one of my cats cat who had obviously brought in a bird through the cat flap. When I got up a few hours later there were feathers everywhere but no sign of the bird. Then I noticed my cat looking at the top of the door.

    There was the bird, apparently uninjured and I managed to coax it towards the door and off it flew! I was absolutely amazed it had survived.
  • Penny-Wise_4Penny-Wise_4 Forumite
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    Murtle wrote:
    Queenie - love the term furbaby.....thought it was the name of your cat!!!!

    water from a bowl.....purlease mine like it from the bath/shower or the sink/basin.....have to keep the toilet seat down so the don't accidently jump in (hope they wouldn't drink from it).......I just put water down to make myself feel better and to accidently kick it, when I'm half asleep!!!


    One of my cats likes to drink from the toilet. We try to keep the lid down - but when she hears the lid being opened she just runs over and pops her head down – even if Mr Pennywise is using it :eek: – No matter how may times she gets sprinkled on she doesn’t learn!
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    There was the bird, apparently uninjured and I managed to coax it towards the door and off it flew! I was absolutely amazed it had survived.

    I've rescued birds from the inside of my cat's mouth! :eek:
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    My PITB decided to go ratting the other night, I wouldn't mind but she deposited it right outside the back door, I came within millimetres of stepping on it when I went out for my morning coffee :(
    Organised people are just too lazy to look for things

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