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To completely write today off?

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lurkymclurkerson Sun 01-Jan-17 10:43:12

Not because of last night, in bed by 11 and didn't drink a drop.

But we have a four month old kitten who has fallen asleep on my lap and is dreaming (his little nose and whiskers are twitching and everything). AIBU to accept that nothing is getting done today? blush

Lilaclily Sun 01-Jan-17 10:43:59


ChapstickLegends Sun 01-Jan-17 10:44:41


I also have a cat on me, I should have realised that it meant I mustn't get out of bed.

SherlockPotter Sun 01-Jan-17 10:45:17

Aww so cute!

I think it's safe to say you won't be moving today!

Soubriquet Sun 01-Jan-17 10:45:23

Course yabu if you move

It's against the law to move a cat.

Didn't you know this?

lougle Sun 01-Jan-17 10:46:04

That's your day complete.

YoureAllABunchOfBastards Sun 01-Jan-17 10:46:06

As long as you have someone to bring you tea, stay there!

YouTheCat Sun 01-Jan-17 10:46:32

Do you have someone available to bring you drinks and food as you're incatpussitated?

IHaveBrilloHair Sun 01-Jan-17 10:46:48

Oooh, kitten.
I've just chucked all four of mine out of the room as they were doing my head in.

cardibach Sun 01-Jan-17 10:47:07

It's feline paralysis. You will continue to have regular recurrence- best to accept it. I have many many things to do as I'm sort of moving (long story) on Tuesday but I am also under a cat. <resigned>

Katy07 Sun 01-Jan-17 10:48:04


Beardsareweird Sun 01-Jan-17 10:48:20

Serioiusly cute!! Of course you mustn't move him! As long as you can reach those choc orange segments, you should be fine!

Lilaclily Sun 01-Jan-17 10:48:42

I see you have chocolate orange segments within reach !

Lilaclily Sun 01-Jan-17 10:49:01

Ha ha at x posts fgrin

Wifflewaffles Sun 01-Jan-17 10:51:26

I hate to move the cat. Mine usually choose to sit on me when I have to go to work.

lurkymclurkerson Sun 01-Jan-17 10:54:45

incatpussitated grin

Sadly the chocolate orange segments belong to my DP who has gone to work. However, I'm sure he will understand if they disappear for the greater good (of the kitten. And me)

LindyHemming Sun 01-Jan-17 10:55:58

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

BestIsWest Sun 01-Jan-17 11:15:00

I long for a cat. DH won't let me have one because our street is quite busy. But there's nothing like having a cat purring on your lap.

2017watchoutherewecome Sun 01-Jan-17 11:15:06

The new law that came in to force at midnight clearly states that you surrender ownership of any chocolate the moment that you leave the house unless you are a female MNer

Oldraver Sun 01-Jan-17 11:15:34

Does he 'suckle' ? My cat is just over one and in his deep sleep he does this cute and cant possibly move him

zukiecat Sun 01-Jan-17 12:02:19

Awww, what a gorgeous wee cutie!


lurkymclurkerson Sun 01-Jan-17 12:06:53

He stayed for about an hour and a half and is now trying to convince the big cats to get up and play, so I'm free to get up and get the house sorted envy

RachelRagged Sun 01-Jan-17 12:08:43

Aww, , Has a button of white on tip of the tail like one of mine .

JaceLancs Sun 01-Jan-17 14:16:40

Similar problem here

ChristinaParsons Sun 01-Jan-17 14:25:23


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