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I've become a dad again !

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by andyh, Jun 15, 2008.

  1. andyh

    andyh Engaging Member

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    Well that's not quite true really, my Mrs went to visit a farm with her aunt, anyway when she came home she'd brought these little things home with her :wtf:


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    Known as Rocky and Rambo, (I can't tell them apart yet) Now to say I'm not to chuffed would be stating the obvious, women can't live with so I'm gonna **** Off :D
    I'm the chump in the background or at least I feel like one :shrug:
    I thought my eldest dog who really hates cats would eat at least one of them but he's abandoned me as has my other dog, they love them the traitorous sods. I knew it was a bad mistake letting the Mrs go to a farm (hobby farm ran by animal lovers who don't like guns and have a rat problem but won't let anyone shoot on the farm) I had a feeling she'd come back with something, bacon would have been better:up:
    Oh well, maybe the dog will eat them once their novelty wears off :rolleyes:
     
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    They are absolutely gorgeous, I love cats, they are fabulous, they will give lots of love. You are very lucky to have them :):):up:
     
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    You have my sympaphy i hate cats and my wife bought a kitten a few months back
     
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    They give no love, only take it, then they run away :down:
     
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    cats always end up under a car if you dont watch them:rolleyes:
     
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    My little kitty gives loads of love, they are both lovely ask Steve, he loves cats as much as me :moo:

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    Well they were born to a farm cat so maybe they'll have a good hunting instinct and keep the unwanted vermin at bay, at least I hope they will. I'm gonna try to train them to kill anything rat size that's around. :D
    My neighbour still has rats in his compost but don't do FA about it so let the cats at them I say.
    Well it will keep the Mrs happy and now it's no argument from her when I get my ultra :D
    By the way Moo (Guess who wears the trousers in my house?)they are only just 9 weeks old, glad you like them, the truth of it is the Mrs went to the farm to see them with her aunt, her friend and her little . daughter. turns out that the farmer who won't shoot rats was having trouble homing them and my Mrs being a pushover took these two.

    Now boys, seeing as Mrs andyh has well and truly stitched him up, I reckon I ought to get 2 pcps' as I'd told her I was going to get one, go to get my ultra and come back with 2 :D
     
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    there's a bloody good chance of that a1 as the M40 is at the bottom of my garden :eek: I do hope for others sake though that they don't get ovr there and cause as accident, thats a risk with all pets though. go put HP14 3LD in google maps and our house literally backs onto the M40,
    How old are your cats Moo ? the Mrs likes them, at least you can tell them apart, our 2 really are hard to tell apart !
     
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    My cats are 12 soon to be 13, they are softie girls who eat sleep and give cuddles. I got them for ma when dad died to keep her company during the day. I've put a gate up at back and they rarely go out the front of the house. I have taught them only to go in the back garden. I usually have to prise them out with a crowbar then they sleep in the summer house or cry to come back in. I have countless birds in my gardens, they mingle happily with them without chasing or killing. Train them from young you can get to behave a certain amount, although Shelley does go under next doors fence sometimes but they don't really go anywhere. Kitty the ginger one is blind so you get cuddles from her morning noon and night, I think she just likes to let me know she is there :):)

    I keep them in at night too
     
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    they will probably develop a pesonality.

    but heres a stunning idea, two cat collers in a diferent colour:D
     
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    Now there's an idea, you come up with some right gems m8 :D
     
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    A1 is right they will develop their own personality, one of mine is a greedy hog who pesters for food all day long and will eat anything, the other won't eat anything other than cat biscuits, one loves to be picked up and hugged all the time, the other want's a cuddle when it suits. you will soon tell them apart :up:
     
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    CATS.....
    You have my sympathy mate; we've got one who is 17 now, and deaf as a post. I think she's got some Siamese in her as she makes a .-awful noise when she wants food, all she gets then is turfed outside :D
     

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