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Leo 5

Updated on February 6, 2011
Leo 5
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In all of my nine lives, I don’t think I’ve ever encountered a creature quite so dense!

Of course that chair is mine, and I prefer the turquoise crocheted pillow to that ratty peach thing with the fringe. Stroking my fur should be limited to the back and haunches. Quit trying to tickle my stomach; that was cute for about 5 minutes back in ’04.

By the way, ‘milk dish’ is just a name; it’s really supposed to contain half-and-half — and not the generic store-brand kind, either! — nicely chilled, thank you.

And enough of the salmon treat! It tastes like seven-year-old Sockeye that’s been pre-gummed by a granny grizzly with terminal halitosis!

I could do with a few more toys around here, and why aren’t there more cat shows on that monstrous new flat-screen of yours? While you’re at it, you can also quit paying so much attention to that yammering parakeet. (He’s toast once I figure out that cage latch, anyway.) 

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      Christina M. Castro 6 years ago from Baltimore,MD USA

      Either we humans learn our habits from cats or they learn from us humans, cos from my experience I need to have my pillows arranged a certain way, I like my cup on the table in a particular position, and I know the difference between milk and half-n-half in my coffee. The bible says The animal kingdom was created before the creation of man. (So who isn't superior?)

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      rickzimmerman 6 years ago from Northeast Ohio

      Well, at least cats have learned to act like it . . .

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