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Yerbie Knocked a Notebook Over. by tucsonmike on 15 September 2008 4:14am
 
Oh was he proud of himself. He didn't even TRY and hide.
 
Re: Yerbie Knocked a Notebook Over. by Spursfan on 15 September 2008 9:08am
 
When I am feeding the cats in the mornings, one of them likes to push things across the kitchen table with her head - and she's quite strong it seems! I have to keep stopping what I'm doing to rescue things from falling on the floor!

It's pushed against the wall so there are only 3 sides for hr to aim at, and luckily she just goes straight across. This morning we had a blood pressure monitor on there (in its box) and ot was just heading for the floor when I caught it!!

I think Yerbie was telling you something, Mike. ;)
 
Re: Yerbie Knocked a Notebook Over. by kazzzz on 15 September 2008 9:27am
 
My black cat walks across the wall unit which is COVERED in ornaments,candles, picture frames and various other bits and pieces and knocks over nothing! She scares me to bits when she does it though.
My other cat can't even walk along the fence without falling off.
 
Re: Yerbie Knocked a Notebook Over. by Spursfan on 15 September 2008 9:55am
 
I don't let either of them into the study because they walk across the desks knocking things over!

They're not very lady-like and dainty I'm afraid. Well, actually one IS - if she was a hume she'd be the sort of girl who thinks it's the end of the world if she chips her (pink) nail varnish!! The other is a tomboy type.

Funny how you can see their characters!!

And they are real sisters, from the same litter, but so different in character.
 
Re: Yerbie Knocked a Notebook Over. by tucsonmike on 15 September 2008 1:41pm
 
Oh yes, Yerbie was telling me with pride he could do it.
 



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