I am a cat magnet!

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I am a cat magnet!

Post by TJ and The Flabulous Dus » Thu, 20 Jun 2002 05:41:29



I went with my DH to appraise a condo.  One of the owners let us in while
his partner was in the bedroom holding back their most ferocious beasty cat.
The cat apparently did not like strangers and spooked easily.  Well I was
standing in the dining area and the little cat walked right up to me and
just stared looked at me with his big, what almost looked like, puppy dog
eyes.  So I looked down and gave him a "merrow", he***ed his head.  I then
said, "mroh?", he then came a bit closer and sniffed my leg.  I held out my
hand and crouched down and he sniffed and rubbed against my hand and I gave
him some pets. The guy was floored, just amazed, he said the cat has never
behaved that way with anyone other then the two of them.  I told him, "I am
a crazy cat lady".  He said, "well they say cat's can definitely sense
that.....(pause).. the cat lady part I mean, not the crazy part, I don't
know if you are crazy or not".  Nice save.  :)

TJ

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Post by Sherr » Thu, 20 Jun 2002 09:55:27


LOL, TJ. I'm a cat magnet too. But only the skinny, pregnant ones.

Sherry

 
 
 

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Post by Kare » Thu, 20 Jun 2002 10:12:04




Quote:
> I went with my DH to appraise a condo.  One of the owners let us in while
> his partner was in the bedroom holding back their most ferocious beasty cat.
> The cat apparently did not like strangers and spooked easily.  Well I was
> standing in the dining area and the little cat walked right up to me and
> just stared looked at me with his big, what almost looked like, puppy dog
> eyes.  So I looked down and gave him a "merrow", he***ed his head.  I then
> said, "mroh?", he then came a bit closer and sniffed my leg.  I held out my
> hand and crouched down and he sniffed and rubbed against my hand and I gave
> him some pets. The guy was floored, just amazed, he said the cat has never
> behaved that way with anyone other then the two of them.  I told him, "I am
> a crazy cat lady".  He said, "well they say cat's can definitely sense
> that.....(pause).. the cat lady part I mean, not the crazy part, I don't
> know if you are crazy or not".  Nice save.  :)

> TJ

LOL!!!! These are great tonight!

Karen

 
 
 

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Post by Kajiki » Thu, 20 Jun 2002 20:35:52


Deep within the Vaults, the silver kitty brushes dust from a post

06:58:41 GMT and contemplates it at length before replying:

Quote:
>Once I was in a car repair shop waiting for some brake work on my car.
>While I was sitting alone in the waiting room watching whatever was on
>at 9:00 A.M., a kitten, maybe six  weeks old, comes into the waiting
>room  shortly followed by three other kitties and the mama.  I get the

[snip]

Quote:
>Since they had to show me something they needed to fix on the car, I
>had to gently divest myself of all the dozing kitties, including the
>one who had felt comfortable enough to fall asleep on my shoulder.  I
>had to wait for a while after that and the cat clan (well, the younger
>members) spent the rest of the time I was there playing with each
>other and some more receptive customers who came into the waiting room
>later in the morning.  Probably the most enjoyable time I've spent
>waiting on my car to be fixed.

Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!!!!!!!! I'm jealous! I love kitties so
much... I really wish I could have one of my own :(

--

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Post by polonca1200 » Thu, 20 Jun 2002 17:29:07


That's so great, making friends with kitties you don't know. You certainly
know how to do that, I wish I did too.
Best wishes and purrs,
--
Polonca & Soncek



Quote:
> I went with my DH to appraise a condo.  One of the owners let us in while
> his partner was in the bedroom holding back their most ferocious beasty

cat.
<snip>
 
 
 

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Post by KL » Fri, 21 Jun 2002 09:55:00


This thread reminds me of the warm Sunday afternoon that a
neighbourhood moggie wandered into our big, warehouse-like church. We
had left the doors open for cool air (and latecomers) while the band
warmed up -- there were maybe only a dozen people there.

The kids tried to catch the cat, who ran underneath the rows of
chairs, up and down and back and forth, and the kids couldn't scramble
from one aisle to the next fast enough to catch him. Their mothers
tried, too, but no dice.

When I realized what all the fuss was about, I wandered on over, stood
in the wide aisle, and stuck my head under the row of seats. Kitty cat
took one look at me from under the far end of the row, and _ran_
straight for me, meowing for help. Everyone else stood back in awe.
Kitty purred with relief when I scooped him up & cuddled him.

Gave me a rep at church, I tell ya.
KLC

One is never enough!
Polaris, Twinkle Afar, Jubilee
Kelowna BC Canada --- kristac AT s-h-a-w DOT cee, eh?

 
 
 

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Post by Byron & Christine Bure » Fri, 21 Jun 2002 12:24:16


Awww, sweet Krista!
Christine


Quote:
> This thread reminds me of the warm Sunday afternoon that a
> neighbourhood moggie wandered into our big, warehouse-like church. We
> had left the doors open for cool air (and latecomers) while the band
> warmed up -- there were maybe only a dozen people there.

> The kids tried to catch the cat, who ran underneath the rows of
> chairs, up and down and back and forth, and the kids couldn't scramble
> from one aisle to the next fast enough to catch him. Their mothers
> tried, too, but no dice.

> When I realized what all the fuss was about, I wandered on over, stood
> in the wide aisle, and stuck my head under the row of seats. Kitty cat
> took one look at me from under the far end of the row, and _ran_
> straight for me, meowing for help. Everyone else stood back in awe.
> Kitty purred with relief when I scooped him up & cuddled him.

> Gave me a rep at church, I tell ya.
> KLC

> One is never enough!
> Polaris, Twinkle Afar, Jubilee
> Kelowna BC Canada --- kristac AT s-h-a-w DOT cee, eh?