There is no theme here. Just a sort of diary of interests, kept for no good reason.
I think Serena will not be coming out as a dog.
She probably likes to chase that red needle as it bounces around when she moves. Almost as much fun as trying to catch her own tail.
I'd like to know what she thinks scale is for. To talk to her with red tongue, maybe.
I wish she's use her litter box. somebody has a SKUNK who has learned to use a litter box. I'm so jealous.
I'm meant, "I wish she'd use the litter box." And Tom, she doesn't play anymore, she just ponders the world. Ariel, I think the scale is a place to wait for something exciting to happen. That's funny, Doug:) Certainly not.
*sigh* it's the new keyboard.
My keyboard is foul these last days. I got my act together this morning, though.
Serena doesn't even register on that scale. Maybe she has AIDS. But wait, no. She doesn't screw around or use drugs. Just pees where she pleases.
Mom, the red needle actually makes it to 6! She once weighed over 9, though. She is disappearing.
What's her secret? (diet that is) Lucky you going on vacation... where are you going?
Our 22-pound cat loves the scale, too. When she lays down on it, the scale disappears.
Terry- I don't know how she does it! And we're headed to Mexico again this year:)haha, Fred. I'd like to see that.
She seems to really be contemplating something. Happy vacation to you!
So you forgot to give us the cat's weight. (Obviously she doesn't need the scale, or any diet for that matter.)
Our fat cat waits for us to come out of the shower while standing on the scale or toilet. Every day.
Oh and the skunk that uses the litterbox... she still does that but also likes to poop next to daddy's nightstand.
Yeah. I wouldn't mind either, if I weighed less than 10 lbs. Heck, I might not mind if I weighed less than 200! D'oh!
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