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Cat confusion

During the Pampered Chef party, the kitten disappeared.
Then Charlie took a powder. The door was accidentally left open.
A couple of hours later, Charlie returned. His collar jingles loudly...I heard it from the living room, through the open window.
Then Karen finally turned up where the kitten was hiding.
I don't know if Pipsqueak woke up, or even changed positions during this several-hour-long confusion. *shrugs*

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ichur72
Oct. 11th, 2004 03:41 am (UTC)
I used to have a pet rat (white lab rat, not the icky street kind) who was a master escape artist. (Her name was Angie, but it should have been Houdini.) She once disappeared and gave me quite a turn. I looked everywhere I could think of in my apartment, turned everything inside out because I thought I could hear her scrabbling away somewhere ... no luck. She turned up several hours later, playing hide and seek among the pots and pans in one of the kitchen cabinets.
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    Hey, nice to see you! Sorry you're feeling cruddy. :-(

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    I am actually feeling MUCH better but have a lingering hacking cough which is more annoying than anything, except when I'm trying to sleep or hide it (i.e. in professional settings)
  • 16 Oct 2015, 16:17
    I hope you feel better soon, too. I felt better first thing this morning. Then I must have been turned into Wile E. Coyote, because the Road Runner ran me over with a truck. Bleargh.
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    feel better. I think i had/have somethign like that too...not sure if it's flu but it's not going away. I hope yours disappears quickly.
  • 28 Jul 2014, 03:50
    Oh, I'm so sorry you have to be parted from your kitty.

    (Move? I seem to have missed something.)
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