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I'm being two timed!

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I did say that Obie was in his teenage dickhead phase, right?

I have a neighbour 3 doors down who adored Morph..though he was timid with everyone else he used to go in her house and sit on her lap.

Two days ago she knocked to ask if one of our new MCs was a big ginger lump and if so what was his name? Turns out Obie has also decided she is lovely and has not only been pitching up for treats, but has made friends with her own very timid cat and they spend most of the day together (abandoning his sister who stays in our garden!) She did reassure me she wasn't trying to steal him smile (I know that..and like how she once fought another cat off Morph with a broom once!)

Anyway I popped round to ask if she could possibly feed my lot tomorrow night as we are away, and while I was there, Obie sauntered into her house.. ate her cats crunchies and then lay down in her living room!!!!

Unfaithful GIT!!!!!

newname64 Fri 05-Jun-15 23:24:50

I know the feeling. Left Dora in the house for a week while we went on holiday (family came in to feed her 3 times a day). Returned from holiday and she went missing for 3 days. Put flyers through doors and within 10 minutes had four phone calls to say she had been in four different houses and chilling with them. Came back home the next day and returned to normal. Im convinced she was just teaching me a lesson for going away without her!

cozietoesie Sat 06-Jun-15 00:10:41


Could it be cupboard love?

Fluffycloudland77 Sat 06-Jun-15 07:17:09

I think it's really sweet when they make cat friends though, it's a lot better than them fighting with each other.

Poor Ophie though.

RubbishMantra Sun 07-Jun-15 14:20:51

Next time you prevent him from doing something he wants to do, you'll get a petulant whine, "But <insert neighbour's name> lets me, its NOT FAIR!" Accompanied with stamping foot.

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