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I just sat on my cat 😧

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QuestionableMouse Tue 23-Jul-19 19:14:32

I have a black cat and she blends in perfectly with the stair carpet. I've stepped on her more than once and she never learns. She still loves me though.

Vinorosso74 Fri 19-Jul-19 23:36:51

Ours keeps getting right under us at the moment. We got in a tangle earlier today; he was nearly flattened and I nearly ended up face first on the floor.

VictoriaBun Fri 19-Jul-19 18:34:20

Dh was walking down the hallway every early one morning when it was still quite dark snowballed into our cat. She hissed and hit out of him and then spent the next few hours following him around growling and hissing. It was so unlike her we started to think the reason he may have walked into her could have been due to her laying there because she'd had something major medical problem such as a stroke and was suffering from a stroke or neurological problem.
We left her for awhile and thankfully she duly forgave him.

Nonstopbuttmachine Fri 19-Jul-19 18:34:03

Ah OK grin

I think I need to get more robust cats; my three are all delicate little flowers. Although one (not the squashed one) did lie on my hair this morning, effectively tethering me to the pillow and making me slightly late for work hmm

SecretNutellaFix Fri 19-Jul-19 18:32:22

Every single one of the cats I have had have ended up being sat on/ stood on/ booted across the kitchen or hallway accidentally at some stage or another. To the extent that if I now stand on something dark on the floor, I'm "Shit, I'm so sorry- fuck, it's only a sock!"

She'll get over herself and be mugging you for kitty crack soon enough.

elephantoverthehill Fri 19-Jul-19 18:19:08

Winnie the Witch is a children's book where a with lives in a black house and has a black cat which she sits on etc. First she dyes the cat and the cat sulks and then she changes it back an paints the house. Sorry it just reminded me. Perhaps Contact is the real Winnie grin

gamerchick Fri 19-Jul-19 18:14:56

I squashed my cat a good one once. She's not allowed in my bedroom and will try any which way to get in there without me noticing. One night she slunk under my quilt I'd already folded over ready to get in and I couldn't see her. Of course I didn't know she was there.....

She still hasn't learned.

Nonstopbuttmachine Fri 19-Jul-19 18:11:03

It was actually Broadline that I used, €33 for all three cats! I'll welcome any advice though for better treatments smile

Who the hell is 'Winnie the Witch' BTW? confused

ContactLight Fri 19-Jul-19 18:08:48

We have a black cat. And a black sofa.

slipperywhensparticus Fri 19-Jul-19 18:06:27

😂😂😂 mine got in the kitchen bin little scrounger I picked up the bin bag to take it out he didn't squeak once I swung it into the wheelie bin and heard a tiny TINY protesting meow I then had to RIP him out of the bin bag and the wounded look he gave me as manky chicken rolled down his face how he got in the bag I will never know!

Wolfiefan Fri 19-Jul-19 18:05:40

Oh dear. Poor cat. Probably planning revenge.
As an aside Frontline is generally not effective so you really will be in her bad books! Flea treatment, fleas AND being sat on. grin

elephantoverthehill Fri 19-Jul-19 18:00:43

Is you name in RL Winnie the Witch?

Nonstopbuttmachine Fri 19-Jul-19 17:58:53

It's that wounded look they give you grin

She's back now and sitting in her normal chair albeit with her back to me. Poor thing, she's such a tiny runt of a cat - not used to being used as a cushion grin

Fluffycloudland77 Fri 19-Jul-19 17:33:05

Don’t worry, mines been slapped in the face and kicked numerous times, still loves me.

Dh says the funniest bit is our cat hightailing it out the cat flap with me running behind yelling “it was an accident”.

Nonstopbuttmachine Fri 19-Jul-19 17:03:29

Oh dear, she's having a bad day blush I Frontlined her earlier, she ran off in disgust so I wasn't expecting to see her for a few hours. Just went out onto my balcony and sank into my favourite chair, not realising she'd returned and was curled up there 😿 In my defence, she NEVER sits in that particular seat and she's also the same colour as the cushion.

She's now sitting in the garden (unscathed and unsquashed) glaring at me; might leave her for 20 minutes before I rattle the Dreamies....

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