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Author:  pete [ Tue Jun 01, 2021 12:09 pm ]
Post subject:  a little advice for indoor cat owners.

NEVER EVER DO THIS.-- you will probably regret it. lol. we let our little 16 year old indoor cat come out on the front deck with us all the time. she was very content and happy and played and slept. UNTIL the dummy you see in the picture with her decided it would be fun to walk her. now she just constantly howls at the door and howls out on the deck. to get down to the huge world that she got a taste of. and guess who yells at her to stop howling. ?--- yes you are right--- the person who created the monster. and guess what else--. you are right again-- i cannot say a word.(lol.)

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Author:  YepYep [ Tue Jun 01, 2021 12:17 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: a little advice for indoor cat owners.

Uhhh..... I agree....
Every summer my cat repeats the scenario that from very scared by the outside world (yelling for help all the time once we take her out in the arms~) and wondering front and back yard once we open the doors and then walk alone in the back yard far away until we pat the fence to call her back... [emoji38] and we did think of walking her in the community later... Not yet do so currently ~ Image

Author:  pete [ Tue Jun 01, 2021 8:38 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: a little advice for indoor cat owners.

YepYep wrote:
Uhhh..... I agree....
Every summer my cat repeats the scenario that from very scared by the outside world (yelling for help all the time once we take her out in the arms~) and wondering front and back yard once we open the doors and then walk alone in the back yard far away until we pat the fence to call her back... [emoji38] and we did think of walking her in the community later... Not yet do so currently ~ Image

your cat is pretty cool-- yep. you gotta luve em.

Author:  YepYep [ Wed Jun 02, 2021 9:04 am ]
Post subject:  Re: a little advice for indoor cat owners.

Yep... We all love this fluffy puffy downy lady...

And she's the highest in the house, every time she notices you have something to eat or opening the refrigerator or cocking or just have take-outs arrived.... she will come up to you and asks for checking what you are going to put into the mouth or have in hand, if it's something she doesn't want, she will just turn the back to you and leave means you can keep on eating that garbage otherwise she must take a bite before you can enjoy... :(

Of course, she has the first priority to choose the place she want to sleep... No matter the cushioned chair, stairs, dining table or your pillow... just anywhere... She's the real owner of this land... ImageImage

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