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12:11am 29/06/2007
Brian played awesome tonight. It was a good two sets, glad I stayed for both of them.

It was a nice end to an almost relaxed day. I managed to get a little straightening done of the humble abode. Changed out the litter boxes, so the kitties are happy. They are eating right now. Loretta feels the need to scoop food out of the bowl with her paw and put it on the floor so she can eat it that way. I have no idea. Weirdo. Vaash did that, too.

I miss that little fucker. He would wake me up in the morning, usually with this sound. That was his way of letting me know he wanted out. Mostly so he could get his wet food.

Now, time for bed. There may be shenanigans tomorrow evening. I can only hope.
mood: calmcalm
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03:23pm 29/06/2007 (UTC)
Maybe just get rid of the bowl and pour the food on the floor if she wants to live like a bum.
I love that you like seeing me play. It was nice to see you all done up purdy, too, instead of all flour shirted and post-work.
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05:59pm 29/06/2007 (UTC)
I would be curious to hear whether your cat is de-clawed. My family used to have a cat that would do the same thing, except that prior to her being de-clawed, she would actually scoop the food out of the bowl (piece by piece--she was a finicky eater) and eat it out of her paw. When the claws (and the first joint of her fingers) were gone, she resorted to pulling out the pieces of kibble that she wanted and eating them off the floor. I don't think she liked putting her face in the bowl.
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04:37pm 30/06/2007 (UTC)
No, not declawed. I'm not a fan of that particular procedure. She will occasionally stick her face in the bowl, but when the bowl is very full, she flicks it out. It's kind of funny to watch.
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