Monday, December 12, 2016

Vengeance Meow




Thanks, Rye.

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  1. All too familiar. Jazz uses his claws to ensure I am awake as well.
    And I have been known to yowl at him when he is fast asleep.

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    1. LOL. And I'm sure he deserves it!

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    2. PS I occasionally wake up the dog while he's napping, when he's started baying at 6 in the morning.

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  2. This was great, put a BIG smile on my face, thanks. My Kitty used to have a ten minute wake-up-get-up-give-me-food programme, which started softly and increased in volume and activities till I started moving!And always at 5a.m..... Hugs, Valerie

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    1. So you had your own snooze button, only you couldn't reset:)

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  4. Oh, I so want to do that to Rocko now.

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    1. I hear ya. My cats aren't quite as bad or as loud, though, as the dog.

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    1. Probably the same look is on my face when the dog starts barking when I'm peacefully snoozing:)

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  6. My daughter had shared this with me, don't get mad,get even.HA!

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  7. lmao the cat found that very rude. Mine would probably whack my upside the head lol

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  8. I don't know whether to laugh or just think the guy was being a jerk. He looks like his cat, too. :-D

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    1. You know, CJ. It hit me the same way.
      But having had my slumber interrupted on occasions too numerous to mention, I can certainly relate.

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  9. Well, he does have a point though poor Kitty probably didn't get it.

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    1. Agreed:) I'm not sure kitty made the connect.

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  10. That is quite funny but the cat had the look of revenge in his eyes.

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  11. OMG I love it. The parent of any pet can relate.

    Yes, I know you heard a truck at 3 a.m., but I promise it's not a murderer, so please stop barking.

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    1. And that dog that just went through the yard at 6 a.m. isn't a threat either.

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  12. Thanks for making me smile. Thanks also for stopping by my blog for Alex's interview. Have a great week! :)

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    1. My pleasure, Karen, and thank YOU for stopping by.

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  13. I have a feeling there's revenge inside that feline brain!

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  14. guys....we canna heer volume on de pea sea....thiz time we dinna knead two...if that dood did that ta uz, he wood bee filmin a punch in hiz eye....N we all haza prette good right paw ~~~~~ BAM ~~~~~
    ♥♥♥

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  15. That made me jump and then laugh out loud! Thanks Sandra, priceless!

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  16. Cats will retaliate if you irritate them. :)

    Thanks for sharing!
    ~Jess

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    1. Oh boy will they. I used to have a cat that would bite me on the hinnie when he was retaliating.

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  17. I couldn't get it to load, Sandra. I even went to YouTube. I'm sure it's my old computer, but I assume the guy everyone was talking about was harassing the cat. I'm so lucky. Bleubeard and Squiggles have finally come to terms with their sleeping arrangements. Squiggles actually LOVES snuggling under the covers with me, while Bleubeard, Mr. Social, refuses to allow me to hold him at bedtime. Cats are their own masters and they train us well!

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    1. Sorry you couldn't get it to load, Elizabeth.
      Squiggles sounds like Belle when it comes to snuggling under the covers.

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  18. Ha! The cat looked as if it was smiling.

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  19. That cat was going to tell him off! LOL! Too funny!

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