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    They have been out this evening for 45 minutes !

    They have had their tea, their after dinner chews, their after dinner biscuits and now I am watching them make their own games using Jasper's ( destroyed ) birthday ball with Dylan in control shoving his bottom into JAsper's face daring him to steal the ball back !

    Ah - happy days :-)

    and all of a sudden they are crashed out on the floor !

    REASON ? Pip has commanded the central bed on the settee and the dogs are skeered to push him off !

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    pics???

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    Oh you've all seen it before ! The other cat is sleeping on my laptop bag which holds my camera and my iphone is switched off and I can't be arsed to boot it up !

    I;m sowwy !

    Anyway all I can show you now is sleeping labs - remember those ?

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    Yes I do remember what sleeping Labs look like The cat rules in your house

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    CatZ rule OK

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    I love the respect (fear) our labs show to their cats. *snicker*
    Crashed is good. I love crashed... especially when their paws begin to flutter from a lovely dream.

    Seamus and Flynn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddysmom View Post
    I love the respect (fear) our labs show to their cats. *snicker*
    Crashed is good. I love crashed... especially when their paws begin to flutter from a lovely dream.

    WE need a new verb Nance ! Refear perhaps ! Catrespect ? Clawfear ? Bedenvy ?

    Anybody ?

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    I say Catspect sounds good to me.

    I have no dogs left who fear the Cleo anymore - Abby is her best buddy and Helo just tries to fit her head in his mouth every.single.time.he.sees.her.

    Poor Yellie used to get tortured, and I mean tortured.
    Me, Abzilla and the Helomonster.

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    Sounds like all is well at your house, Colin.

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    "Helo just tries to fit her head in his mouth every.single.time.he.sees.her."

    LOL - no really LOL I thought the saying was catnaps not catsnacks

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