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This is how my sister describes the toddler girls

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Toddlerteaplease Tue 26-Mar-19 11:13:48

magic is an inanimate blob of fur who moves only when she thinks the house might be on fire. And cheddar has the intellect of a prehistoric one celledorganism. So the fact they communicated anything to you is unlikely x

AIBU to go NC!

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WatcherOfTheNight Tue 26-Mar-19 11:18:52

Absolutely not ! grin

Toddlerteaplease Tue 26-Mar-19 11:35:28

To be fair Cheddar possibly has two brain cells. Magic only has one!

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WatcherOfTheNight Tue 26-Mar-19 15:54:22

Eevee shares one with her sister I think grin
Yesterday she curled up in a carrier bag & when she got out her tail was stuck in it ,before I could get to her ,she flew out of the house ,down the side of it ,up the wall onto the kitchen roof ,onto next doors & ran across the wall into the lane all while it billowed out behind her ! As she jumped down the bag filled properly with air and came off . All happened in about 10 seconds,I couldn't stop laughing!

Toddlerteaplease Tue 26-Mar-19 15:59:26

Ha ha

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JellySlice Tue 26-Mar-19 16:05:18

Couldn't possibly comment without seeing a picture...

Toddlerteaplease Tue 26-Mar-19 16:22:44

Cheddar and Magic

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Fluffycloudland77 Tue 26-Mar-19 16:34:45

Has she always been like this?

JellySlice Tue 26-Mar-19 16:42:21

Even a prehistoric one-celled organism can communicate their utter cuteness and total mastery over you.

(Excuse me while I have a totally unMumsnetty squeeeee moment at those photos.)

Toddlerteaplease Tue 26-Mar-19 17:33:56

@Fluffycloudland77 yes. She's always scaring of them. But loves them really.

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Minkies11 Tue 26-Mar-19 17:38:42

My mum says my cats aren't 'proper' kitties! How could she!

Toddlerteaplease Tue 26-Mar-19 17:54:47


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WatcherOfTheNight Tue 26-Mar-19 17:55:44

Love those faces ! smile

2 of mine

Toddlerteaplease Tue 26-Mar-19 17:56:21

Yes. That's what my parents say as well!

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ScreamingValenta Tue 26-Mar-19 17:57:07

Cheddar is still taking over your shower I see!

Minkies11 Tue 26-Mar-19 18:08:42

<whispers> mine aren't exactly brains of Britain....falling off fences, sofas, beds....and occasionally headbutting walls.....

missmouse101 Tue 26-Mar-19 18:16:05

Oh no! She must have her specs on upside down and is clearly confusing your darlings with cuddly toys. They are fabuloso!

Minkies11 Tue 26-Mar-19 18:30:31

@toddler - just want to kiss their smoochy faces! You have beautiful kitties!

Toddlerteaplease Tue 26-Mar-19 20:24:28

Thankyou. Unfortunately all my friends and colleagues think they are fugly

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WatcherOfTheNight Tue 26-Mar-19 22:36:59

Oh do they ? Sorry Toddler ,but there's only one answer to that -fuck the lot of them,with brass bells on !

I'm a sucker for a squishy one but DH says no more room at the inn ,but I do have my pile of piggies ,cats & a labrador that should be bald to keep me company , so I suppose I have to agree with him ...for now wink

Toddlerteaplease Wed 27-Mar-19 14:01:39

Omg. I'm a sucker for smooshy faced animals. I am not a dog person but tthey are cute!

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agnurse Thu 28-Mar-19 11:54:18

Our Biggie (according to Hubby) has about 3 or 4 brain cells. That's it. Hubby refers to him as "the big dope". To illustrate: Biggie has almost no hunting instinct, will not eat human food (not even tuna, though he will drink tuna water), and tried to make friends with a dog once. (She appeared not to know quite what to make of him.) We honestly don't think he would survive on his own.

Fortunately he is a very lovely boy and quite friendly. He loves people and attention.

Toddlerteaplease Thu 28-Mar-19 12:29:16

Snorg also has no hunting instinct. Doesn't know how to play with toys and has noises how to steal human food. Though I think she is learning a bit from Cheddar on that one. She's made a swipe for my dinner once!

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Toddlerteaplease Thu 28-Mar-19 12:30:16

I'm very glad that she's defyab indoor cat. She escaped once and didn't like it and hid till I rescued her.

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