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Ollie threw up today

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hollinhurst84 Thu 28-Jan-16 23:09:21

On the cream carpet. Then shouted at me to tell me hmm
He's practically writing his will and shouting "I AM POORLY CAT" at me
See photos of him on his deathbed

MoonlightandMusic Thu 28-Jan-16 23:15:42

Oh bless - what did you forget to feed him? smile

hollinhurst84 Thu 28-Jan-16 23:17:24

His breakfast was late hmm
I think the vomiting was in protest. Still doing impression of moping male with man flu. He managed to eat some turkey mince earlier and is blatantly perfectly well grin

cozietoesie Thu 28-Jan-16 23:18:01

His 'deathbed' looks pretty luxurious, I must say. wink

cozietoesie Thu 28-Jan-16 23:19:02

At least he hasn't got you peeling prawns.

Yet. grin

hollinhurst84 Thu 28-Jan-16 23:21:45

He prefers to sleep on the back of the sofa where he can swipe at my phone when I play candy crush. Or on a pillow under the duvet blush
Much shouting today about HOW POORLY HE IS. In between ravenously scoffing food
Why the carpet? Why not the laminate?!

cozietoesie Thu 28-Jan-16 23:26:47

Cats are generally sick on the palest or most expensive or most difficult to clean thing in the house. It seems to be a law of nature - like vomiting in threes. The only upside with my boys has been the 'plumbing' noises they make beforehand. If you're around, you usually just have time to position a newspaper.

Wolfiefan Thu 28-Jan-16 23:30:20

Ah the vomiting. There are rules!
1. Never wait until the door is opened.
2. Instead wait until the door is opening.
3. Hurl on doormat
4. Always vomit in more than one spot.
5. New throw, carpet, furniture etc. see above.

hollinhurst84 Thu 28-Jan-16 23:34:42

He never gives me any warning (helpful)
I only knew because he shouted so much I got up to (shout) check he was ok (feed him) grin

MoonlightandMusic Thu 28-Jan-16 23:37:41

I knew you must have displeased him. grin.

Wolfie - you forgot number 6

6. Around 2am while clinging onto the bedclothes so something in the soft furnishing line is going to get it.

(revenge appears to be a dish best served cold around here...)

hollinhurst84 Thu 28-Jan-16 23:40:46

He was fed at 1am. And started shouting for food at 6am hmm
Bad cat
After he threw up and then ate again (before I managed to shift the bowl), he then fell asleep. Never mind the hooman being wide awake

Wolfiefan Thu 28-Jan-16 23:50:37

Oh yes the 2 am rule!
Rule no 7. The Hooman does NOT matter!! grin

hollinhurst84 Thu 28-Jan-16 23:56:10

Think he's milking it?

Orange1969 Fri 29-Jan-16 00:05:47

Bless him smile

I heard Tilly hurling the other day and was chuffed to see she had done it in her litter box!

Here is a picture of her in her Intensive Care bed...

hollinhurst84 Fri 29-Jan-16 00:07:56

Oh dear! She does look very sorry for herself

I have had to come to work. Am wondering how disgruntled he will be when I get home

Orange1969 Fri 29-Jan-16 00:11:43

I know, bless her! She was fine later on. She likes it if I throw her a ping pong ball - she brings it back to me a little dog smile

Hope O doesn't leave you a little present to find on your return!

hollinhurst84 Fri 29-Jan-16 00:14:24

He mainly trails round after me shouting
It's like "mum, mum, mum, mum"
When I snap and go "WHAT?!"
He's like "just chatting"

Orange1969 Fri 29-Jan-16 00:32:57

He's a beautiful cat.

hollinhurst84 Fri 29-Jan-16 00:41:23

I wanted a normal one grin
He is v beautiful - I'm hoping the constant chatter wears off as he settles in. He trails around after me like toddler, I can't have a wee without him chirping on at me. If I shut the door he keeps talking confused

cozietoesie Fri 29-Jan-16 09:40:07

Years of Siamese have trained me to answer all conversational gambits. (And that's pretty well without exception.) I reckon I could 'Unh Huh' at international level by now. grin

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