Thursday, April 4, 2013

Stupid Human Trick #8639

When Pop was still gainfully employed, he used to call TW every day when he was on the bus to let her know that she could start cooking dinner. About two weeks ago, the doorbell rang a half hour after he called. Nobody rings our doorbell! Even the Chinese delivery guy knocks on the door. In the rare event someone does dare to ring the doorbell and TW isn't expecting anybody, she yells menacingly "Who's there!" hoping to scare anybody who shouldn't be there away. As if! I usually go to the door with her to offer real protection. Anyway, the doorbell rang at about 6:15 but TW took her chances and answered it. It was Pop! But why was Pop ringing the doorbell when he always carries his keys? Just as Pop started to explain that he must have left his keys home that morning, he suddenly discovered he was holding them! Was his face red! Gasp! Is Pop slipping? Is he becoming just as senile as TW? What will become of CK if they really DO forget they have a cat or they forget to feed me?

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  1. CK, you might have to start nipping on the ankles to remind TW it's feeding time or try singing your heart out. Works fur us efurry time!

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  2. Binga worries about that ALL the time! That is why she nags for dinner all day!

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  3. This could be a senile Saturday post!!

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  4. Yikes Keisha that is a problem if they forget to feed you. Our peeps once grabbed the wrong keys and we ended up locked out and all the spare keys were with peeps who were away. Ended up breaking into our own home. LOL! Silly peeps. Have a terrific Thursday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  5. That's funny! It's quite obvious that they couldn't cope without you.

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  6. To forget is human, to feline is devine CK!

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  7. MOL ! It is almost also funny as when Mum looked one hour for the keys of the car which were in the lock on the car door... Loupi and Zorro on Mum's account

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  8. Bwaa!! Haa!! Haa!! Welcome to my world! My Mommy has mentalpause and Daddy has Old Timer's disease!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  9. cathy keisha...

    R mom hasta check her drivin lizcents ta see wear her lives bee fore leevin werk ta go home...

    good thin her had it ree newed when her mewved ta another city iz all we iz gonna say

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  10. CK tell Pop welcome to my world!!

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  11. Well, CK, unlike the keys you have teeth and claws to remind the forgetful that they should FEED THE CAT.

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  12. Don't you worry CK you will ne ver be forgotten...just couldn't happen

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  13. (formerly commenting as Janet Blue) Don't worry…our humans forget absolutely EVERYTHING, but we are still well taken care of and never miss a meal. I guess you might need to worry if Pop forgets where he lives. Purrs and hugs from the kitties at The Cat on My Head, Lily Olivia, Misty May, Mauricio, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Josette

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  14. Our situation is pretty different here - Wart is too old to care about our mental states, and Scooter is just a goofball of a cat and... doesn't care either. (Unless of course, they are telling all on the blog and I don't know about it. Are they? Could they? OMC!)

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  15. Somehow I don't think you will let them forget....
    Harry, Dexter and Tipp

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  16. They might forget keys, phone and glasses but they will never forget you CK ... wanders off humming *Unforgetable*

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  17. Our peeps can be very forgetful about lots of things, but we make sure they don't forget it's dinnertime. Sometimes, if we try hard enough, we think we'll manage to convince them that we are reminding them when we just had breakfast a little while ago, but so far it hasn't worked.

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  18. It looks like you'll have to be in charge if that day comes, CK. Oh wait, you already are in charge. ;)

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  19. I share your concern, CK. Glogirly OFTEN loses her sunglasses. On the top of her head.

    What's to become of us?
    ; ) Katie

    ps...Veeeery nice P-shop work!!!

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  20. Perhaps you recall the sequence of photos a few months ago showing my Human leaving her keys in the front door on THREE different occasions. Sigh. Peeps.

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  21. Hahaha, don't worry, it happens all the time! Like looking for glasses while they are on your head.. But they never forget you or your food :-)

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  22. CK, that's called a "senior moment"! Better urge him to tie a string around his finger next time! MOL

    PURRZ,
    Selina

    PS - I very much doubt they will forget you! XOXO

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  23. Oops! That sounds like something I'd do!!

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  24. Bawahhaaaawaa Senior moment, my Dad always does stoopid stuff like that :) xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  25. That happens here once in awhile, too, CK. Fortunately, they always seem to remember to feed us! Hugs, Sammy and Moosey

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  26. ummmm...ahhhh...CK..ya think I outta worry cuz my Dad leaves his wallet and prescription eyewear on top of his car and then drives off...and then comes home wondering where his glasses and wallet went??? Ya think he could forget to feed me????...wringing paws in great worry...and he has like done that 3 times!! Oh Cat!! doomed...I am doomed...must teach Mom how to feed me....

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  27. To the Woman: My Human sent a friend request on facebook where she uses the name Mary Lee, but it's really Spitty's Human. Facebook offered to let her send a direct message to the Woman even though they are not friends yet, but the Human didn't want to give facebook a dollar for it, ha ha ha!

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  28. Naw, no one will forget to feed you. They love you! But if you're really worried, you are welcome to stay with us. We have two big food bowls! Purrs....

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  29. that is so something I would do!

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