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stratsmom

Southern Oregon
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Posted: Sun Nov 13, 2011 7:21 pm   Post subject: Anyone else have one of these??



Broken mini-blind! ( photo / image / picture from stratsmom's Garden )

This DARN cat has broken almost every miniblind in the house!!! Please tell me I'm not the only cat owner with ugly blinds! Rolling Eyes




Sneaking a nap on the NEW bedspread!! ( photo / image / picture from stratsmom's Garden )






Awww, what a cute kittie :0) ( photo / image / picture from stratsmom's Garden )

This cute little kittie is making me CRAZY Mad




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waretrop

north eastern Pennsylvania
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Posted: Sun Nov 13, 2011 7:43 pm   Post subject: Anyone else have one of these??


No but I have one of these...

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Barb in Pa.

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marlingardener
Central Texas, zone 8
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Posted: Sun Nov 13, 2011 8:15 pm   


Oh my, Feliz would NEVER break a blind. She simply waits for me to raise them so she has her view of the yard. She also likes to snuggle down between the pillows on the guest bedroom bed, and she has her favorite spot on the hand-made quilt at the foot of our bed.
Toilet paper shredding is beneath her. If I had known when we got her, instead of naming her Feliz I would have just named her Her Royal Highness and given up the struggle.

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dooley

Texas
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Posted: Mon Nov 14, 2011 12:39 am   


We just have a dog named Chance! But, guess who has to put their shoes up on something when they take them off. She loves attacking them and "killing" them and has even been known to chew on them. It started when we were gone so much during the summer. It's a call for attention.
dooley

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carolyn

northern ohio
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Posted: Mon Nov 14, 2011 1:27 am   


Nope our cats don't do this....I have KICKED them all OUTSIDE!!!!Now if I can keep my kids from breaking things.....

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TheBip

Indianapolis, IN
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Posted: Mon Nov 14, 2011 3:36 am   


I really LOL'd when I opened this topic...

I think ours is worse Mr. Green He made an entrance (right side) -and- an exit (left side)! Theres even a spot above the exit where he'll swat the turn pole thing...

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And here's the culprit! He is sitting on my hand to tell me to get the *bleep* off the computer and get to work xD

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Omg waretrop, that is the cutest pic! Very Happy Messy, yes, but cute!

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calinromania

Oradea, Romania
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Posted: Mon Nov 14, 2011 11:56 am   


Oh Barb,
Would you trade a pup from yours (dog) for some seeds, plants, bulbs?
It's exactly the kinda dog I would have, If I wanted one! Smile

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waretrop

north eastern Pennsylvania
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Posted: Mon Nov 14, 2011 1:12 pm   Post subject: Anyone else have one of these??


All kidding aside:


the girls


My little ones are very good girls. They have been very good for me. That's Wisteria and Willow.

Barb in Pa.

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Droopy


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Western Norway
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Posted: Mon Nov 14, 2011 1:12 pm   


You're not alone! Our cats have managed to bend the ends of the metal blinds on the veranda door. They have also scratched the wallpaper off the wall next to the door. They sleep wherever they feel like sleeping, and clean clothes are a favourite. Our little lady also sneaks into the girls' rooms and steals little toys that she hoards underneath the sofa in the living room. I find her stash when I hoover. Laughing

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Netty


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Southern Ontario zone 5a
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Posted: Mon Nov 14, 2011 1:14 pm   


I used to have one of those...I outsmarted her and bought a good set of wooden blinds!
Oh my gosh Barb...that is THE cutest picture ever!

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Kay

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Posted: Mon Nov 14, 2011 2:40 pm   


Stratsmom, Laughing I have seen that before! I don't know how many miniblinds I have replaced in my sun room... I'm not sure why I even have them on the windows in there.
My Dolly cat is the culprit here. She can be a real pill when she wants something.

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stratsmom

Southern Oregon
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Posted: Mon Nov 14, 2011 4:16 pm   


Thanks Everybody!!!! Laughing Laughing Aren't they something? Wink

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Carol Blue-Garcia
Harlingen, TX
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Posted: Tue Nov 15, 2011 6:38 pm   


We have damaged blinds from tne kids. We are now looking at replacing them. My cat likes to rattle the blinds at 3 in the morning so we will let him out. It is easier to open the window than go across the house to a door.

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FountainMan

Posts: 108
Posted: Sat Nov 19, 2011 6:35 am   


We have shutters that my cat Iggy likes to open. Your cat looks alot like a cat I used to have not too long ago. His name was Herby and he was a bubbly little guy. Never had a mean bone. always friendly. He was the brother of Iggy we adoped them together. We think Iggy chased Herby off to avoid the competition. If you leave the blinds open about 12-18 inches this should solve the problem. Cats being curios little guys like to see what's going on outside. If the blinds won't open sometimes they use force. My cat Iggy, If the shutters wouldn't open he'd go nuts.

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stratsmom

Southern Oregon
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Posted: Mon Nov 21, 2011 6:16 pm   


I try to remember to pull up the blinds in the living room, especially since I've replaced them Razz

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