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DameDoom · 05/04/2013 23:40

I thought DH was having a v long phone call to long lost brother so didn't want to interrupt. However on peeking through door I realised he was talking to our Eric. They were both engrossed and DH was showing Eric the back page sports. Eric was preeping and chirrupping away and DH was petting him. DH then plonked kiss on cat's head. It warmed me cockles. Won't tell DH I rumbled him.Isn't it nice to catch people loving their pets.

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thecatneuterer · 05/04/2013 23:53

Awww that's sweet

sashh · 06/04/2013 07:45

I used to have long conversations with Charlie.

StuffezLaBouche · 06/04/2013 19:36

That is so sweet! I love the way kittens kind of chirrup in exactly the right places. And so sweet to see your dh giving him a little kiss on the head :-)

Fluffycloudland77 · 06/04/2013 21:16

Does he pretend he's not that bothered about the cat the rest of the time? dh pretends to the neighbours that I make him go out at 1am looking for the cat Shock Angry

Iwouldratherbemuckingout · 07/04/2013 08:59

So sweet. Big pudding!

When one of ours was poorly my DP cooked him steamed chicken breast every night and left some ready for when he was away with work! He only stopped when the cat went off chicken. Bless.

He also is the worse offender for feeding the cats his dinner. Yup, the cat does like pepper sauce. And pizza. But prefers steak. Oh and gammon. Now, a lamb chop ....

Fluffycloudland77 · 07/04/2013 12:47

Our cats begging because dh always saves him some meat. Really winds me up.

At 5.8kg he doesn't need treats unless slimfast make them.

Catbert4pm · 07/04/2013 13:51

Thanks for posting, lovely Smile

marzipanned · 07/04/2013 16:33

Oh I love this.

Fluffy, my DH is another one who pretends not to love the cats. The other day I overheard him in the kitchen saying "oh little simple cat, you do like those biscuits don't you, you're such a handsome boy" etc etc. He was very red faced when I came in.

Men are funny with cats (gross generalisation alert). Over the past two years we've had two male family members ('dog' people) living with us for extended periods and both have fallen head over heels for the cats and always ask after them.

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