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ProfessorTomoe

Loudmouth's Journey Inside

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Here's Loudmouth, enjoying the first day (that we know of) of a new year as an inside cat:

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Mrs' Prof took a good picture here, IMHO. If anyone would like a larger resolution for desktops or just for the hell of it, let me know. I shall gladly oblige, although we might have to go outside of the confines of the forum due to size limitations. No worries—I'll get it to you somehow, if you want it.

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Mrs. Prof had to make a mad dash to put up the Christmas wrapping supplies this year. We kept finding little piles of barf with red or yellow ribbon in it. Loudmouth was the initial suspect since the ribbon was stored in his feeding room, but that theory got blown out of the water when I witnessed Baker barfing up some red ribbon. To be honest, all the ribbon had been digested to make it look like candy wrappers, so at first we didn't suspect Christmas ribbon. What I witnessed had identifiable ribbon bits in it, and when I checked the ribbon itself I saw tooth marks.

That makes two Christmas things we have to keep out of Baker's reach: tinsel and ribbon. He's trying to get into the spirit, I'll grant him that. More like he's trying to get the spirit into him.

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8 hours ago, ProfessorTomoe said:

That makes two Christmas things we have to keep out of Baker's reach: tinsel and ribbon. He's trying to get into the spirit, I'll grant him that. More like he's trying to get the spirit into him.

You two, of all people, should have heard the Linear Foreign Body warnings enough to know better than to leave either of those where any cat could get to them!  Tinsel, ribbon, string, thread, easter grass, yarn....keep it all out of reach of kitties!   *glare*

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3 hours ago, CritterKeeper said:

You two, of all people, should have heard the Linear Foreign Body warnings enough to know better than to leave either of those where any cat could get to them!  Tinsel, ribbon, string, thread, easter grass, yarn....keep it all out of reach of kitties!   *glare*

We thought we were following the warnings! We had it in a hamper. Baker knocked it over to get to the ribbon. We didn't notice the nibbling until after we'd righted the hamper.

Said hamper is in a closet now, with stuff on top of the ribbon if Baker should somehow find his way into the closet.

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14 hours ago, ProfessorTomoe said:

We thought we were following the warnings! We had it in a hamper. Baker knocked it over to get to the ribbon. We didn't notice the nibbling until after we'd righted the hamper.

Said hamper is in a closet now, with stuff on top of the ribbon if Baker should somehow find his way into the closet.

Ah, good.  Carry on, then.

*tries to do a stern look*

*thinks of own dog getting xylitol gum, dark chocolate (twice), and oatmeal raisin cookies*

*backs away slowly, looking innocent*

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8 hours ago, Pharaoh RutinTutin said:

They look bored.

Quite often, cats appear to be bored.

Are we as humans not sufficiently entertaining for them?

Trust me  - they're just very, very relaxed.

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