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Nov 18 2012

What?

This thing on Facebook…

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https://www.facebook.com/stolethispage

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  1. 1
    Argle Bargle

    I had a cat like that. I once watched her muscle my favorite tea mug off the bookshelf she wanted to lie on. Naturally the mug broke.

  2. 2
    Ophelia Benson

    All cats are like that.

  3. 3
    Improbable Joe, bearer of the Official SpokesGuitar

    Seems exactly right. I have a cat who gets a wild hair every so often to knock everything off of my desk, and the other cats managed to throw my laptop on the floor last night.

  4. 4
    xmaseveeve

    Bengals are worst. I took my friend a kitten, and that kitten (Angus) immediately jumped up and strolled along a high shelf, knocking off each in turn of a valuable collection of hand-painted plates featuring native American chiefs. My friend was almost juggling, catching each plate. He still adores that cat.

    Angus also attacked a nasty man from the Council. Ambushed him when he went for a pee, waited crouched in bathroom sink! Man never came back. My Bengal’s called Salem. I don’t have a cup with a handle, or an uncracked plate. Why do we do it?

  5. 5
    F [i'm not here, i'm gone]

    Cats: Everything is in their way, they are in everyone’s way. It all balances out. </cat math>

  6. 6
    dgrasett

    You can have a cat, or you can have fancy plates. Pick one. By the way, the cat can be cuddled.

  7. 7
    Didaktylos

    @#6: if it wants to be – and when it wants to be it had better be cuddled …

  8. 8
    Marlon

    A few years ago a friend who was an avid chess player had five or six beautiful sets set up on shelves in his den. He told me he was thinking of getting a cat. I supported the idea but told him we first had to have a little talk. One glass-front display cabinet and one mustachioed tuxedo kitteh later, everyone was happy.

  9. 9
    Richard Smith

    Rule of cat toys:
    Everything on the floor is a cat toy.

    Corollary of rule of cat toys:
    Everything can be knocked onto the floor.

    Clarification:
    Any horizontal surface constitutes “the floor.”

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