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My cat is asleep in the nieghbours dining room

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FluffyMummy123 Fri 19-Sep-08 14:38:27

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MadreInglese Fri 19-Sep-08 14:40:15

<"there's a voice, keeps on calling me, down the road, that's where I'll always beeeeeee.....">

FluffyMummy123 Fri 19-Sep-08 14:41:13

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BoysArrrrLikeDogs Fri 19-Sep-08 14:41:37

When I was a child our family cat walked to school with us

[misty eyes]

How is erm bottom ??

FluffyMummy123 Fri 19-Sep-08 14:42:04

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RhubarbEatsBiscuitsOnTheBog Fri 19-Sep-08 14:42:06

In today's current economical crisis I am afraid that the luxury of owning a cat will be seen by some as unneccessary and expensive. If the said cat is not put into a stew by the more poorer neighbours of your area, then surely the better idea would be to share the cat amongst a few neighbours so that each will have the experience and luxury of owning a cat for a few brief moments.

However the cheaper option would be to eat the cat and then stuff the remains so that your beloved pet can still be enjoyed by the family at no added expense to yourselves.

FluffyMummy123 Fri 19-Sep-08 14:42:46

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MadreInglese Fri 19-Sep-08 14:45:08

does the neighbour feed him?

we had a weirdy neighbour once who tried to 'adopt' our cat

BoysArrrrLikeDogs Fri 19-Sep-08 14:46:35

Aww bless his wee shaven arse

FluffyMummy123 Fri 19-Sep-08 14:47:10

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MadreInglese Fri 19-Sep-08 14:52:11

shock he will come home wearing these

MadreInglese Fri 19-Sep-08 15:25:53

can't believe you're ignoring my funny link

<sulks>

FluffyMummy123 Fri 19-Sep-08 15:40:05

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FluffyMummy123 Fri 19-Sep-08 15:40:06

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tink123 Fri 19-Sep-08 16:42:39

my cat tried to follow me on the bus one day

palaver Fri 19-Sep-08 16:49:29

My cat used to go next door and sleep on my neighbour's bed.

Her own cat was trembling downstairs.

Ledodgy Fri 19-Sep-08 16:55:26

No he won't. Our cat Ollie was like this, so much so there was uproar from the neighbours when they found out we were moving so we left him with old lady who lived next door but one.

It turned out he'd have breakfast with us, then move on next door for kippers shock, then to next door but one for lunch, and back to us for tea. It wasn't unknown for me to be walking round to the shop a good 5 minutes walk away to see him on the inside of someone's windowledge! Everyone had a cat bowl etc for him and each thought he was their cat. hmm

FluffyMummy123 Fri 19-Sep-08 18:30:56

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FluffyMummy123 Fri 19-Sep-08 18:31:06

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Ledodgy Fri 19-Sep-08 18:53:54

lol at 6 dinner Sid that's what my mum used to call him. smile

PinkTulips Fri 19-Sep-08 19:06:52

does anyone remember that cartoon that cbeebies showed a few years ago about 'binka' the cat?

he had 3 houses so he could get food at all of them and was in love with the next door cat 'suki' and was regularly beaten up by the neighbourhood allycats who had the coolest theme music grin

fabio probably got his arse bite as retribution for stealing from another moggies dinner

bella29 Fri 19-Sep-08 19:08:21

You should write a book, Cod!

surreylady Fri 19-Sep-08 19:35:31

We had a cat that went AWOL for a couple of days - searched high and low - feared the worst - decided to leaflet the neighbours - as I went up one path there was said cat (Dougal) asleep on the lounge windowsill - seems he had seen the door open whilst she packed for a weekend away - and gone in - had to wait for her to return to release him....

mynameisluka Fri 19-Sep-08 19:39:14

I was just gonna say Six Dinner Sid. See you got there first cod. I just love that you felt the need to correct your spelling of dinner from sinner! Made me chuckle.

FluffyMummy123 Sat 20-Sep-08 21:02:17

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