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      Wednesday, May 11, 2005



09:46 PM - 05/11/2005

The topic: Ponderance

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Why is it, when you have a cat who just drank a huge amount of water, that they find the most inappropriate place to bring it back up?

Why can’t they just puke on the vinyl floor?  Why does it have to be on the counter, where it gets over and under everything there?

This seems to happen quite often here.  More so now that there’s a decent amount of shedding and fur ingestion going on.  (What goes down, must come up - in the world of cats.)

Bleh. razz



Having 16 cats in the house, I sure know what you are talking about.  I have one the also pees on the counter top, that is fun to clean up.  WHY do mine always have to puke on the carpet covered stairs and almost NEVER upstairs on the wood floor?

Posted by BaileyShelbyCody @ Thursday, May 12, 2005 - 1:31:06 PM

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