Category Archive: cats

Wake up terror

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My eyes blur at the gray Am I going blind? So hard to breathe Have I lost my mind? Breast plate of pain An ice pick in my back? No God, please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NOT… Continue reading

2014 so far: A Cheese Bird of A year

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2014 is coming in with a bang. Literally. The first day of the new year, I was just drifting off to sleep.  That was, until one of the boys pounced onto my ribs.… Continue reading

Cold Monday Furries

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(I’ve used this picture before, but it’s appropriate for the topic.  Just add another few pounds and twice the hair you would expect for a  winter coat.  As mentioned previously, those blue things… Continue reading

40 pounds of coon-cat-bad-poem

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Kitty kitty sitting pretty Never will be little bitty   Eating with me Sleeping with me Always will be right beside me   Brother brother One another Never will be Far from other… Continue reading

Cat Nap

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My bed is 7 moving blankets and a piece of foam.  Yes, I could afford a bed, in fact the mattress I was using is considered quite comfortable when guests come to visit.… Continue reading

What does it take…

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The Pause Message Board is no more, soooo…..since migraine-itis still plagues me, I’ll shamelessly steal from myself one of the entries that what deleted and put it on my own blog:   Working… Continue reading

Ode to the Printer from Hell

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  The printer from hell is working quite well but it’s only a matter of time. It will give up the ghost and when needed the most– won’t be worth an aluminum dime.… Continue reading

Who you are in a 10 word sentence?

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  As I lay in bed with a 20 pound coon cat kneading at my face while lamenting the fact that I don’t have central heat, one simple thought popped into my not-quite-right… Continue reading

Why I woke up freezing

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This morning half the bedding was taken up by 20 pound coon cat.   How did he do it? Two of the blankets were wrapped up around him hurricane-style.  The only thing between… Continue reading

To Hide in Nature’s Arms

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Cats patter your heart in unexpected ways.   Some take over your desk. Others take over your house, or claim the fridge as their home. The rare cat seeks its own, finding comfort… Continue reading