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08:48 AM - 06/23/2006

The topic: Skinny little Lorelei

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I went into the bedroom yesterday afternoon and heard a cat mewing.  I tracked the sound down and it was Lorelei, stuck under Brian’s dresser.  She was trying to get under the front, but it’s way too close to the floor.  Her legs were sticking out behind it.

I slowly pulled it away from the wall and she got turned around and was under the thing entirely.  I went into the kitchen and grabbed the tuna I’d opened the night before to get Phoebe in and put that behind the dresser.  Heh.  She was already out. 

I gave her some tuna anyway.

I hope she doesn’t do that again.  I don’t think Brian appreciated my emergency phone call.



Don’t you just love how they get themselve in predicaments sometimes?  When I was fostering a litter of kittens I came up with 3 missing and heard scratching coming from the dresser.  I started slowly opening drawers and found two in the third drawer from the bottom looking guilty and one attempting to flee over the back of the drawer.  The dresser was empty (except of kittens) so I turned it over after removing the occupants and taped cardboard over the bottom so they wouldn’t get up and get stuck.

Posted by Lisa @ Tuesday, June 27, 2006 - 8:35:44 PM

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