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Sometimes they even play the piano....

Nora the Cat
Wow, that's great!

I love it.
Hey, she plays better than I do.

Thanks kokomo61

Folks, you have to watch this video.
This isn't just some cat walking on the keys, she actually plays the piano.

Nora the Piano Playing Cat

You might like this one too, although it isn't musical (but it's fun to watch).

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Very good kokomo61!

This piece sounds familiar... Ah yes its "Catnip on the keys".

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My Taz likes to stand on her hind legs and add a bass line to whatever I'm playing.

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Decides to relieve itself on my bedroom floor...then on my bed...then in the Formal Living room


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Tell me where they hid the cheese, and I'll tell you where they hid the catnip.

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Hmm... I can't accuse Frank of resurrecting an old thread...


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No picture here, but a funny story nonetheless. When I was a kid my grandmother adopted a black cat that showed up on her doorstep. She decided to call him Lonesome. One day we were all sitting around in her living room for some get together or other and the doorbell rang. I went and opened the door. There was no one there except the cat. This cat had learned to ring the doorbell by jumping up against it when he wanted inside. My grandmother told us that the first time it happened she thought the neighborhood kids were playing a joke on her by ringing the bell and running away and the cat just happened to be there. She soon learned the truth about the strange talent of that cat, though. laugh

Strangely enough that cat was very clumsy. He was always falling out of trees in her yard. Didn't always land on his feet, either.


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My cat is number 2 man I hate that I have to keep my toothbrush in the medicine cabinet because of that laugh .

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remember: Life is like a roll of toilet paper

the closer it gets to the end, the faster it goes...

so have fun, think "good thoughts" only,

learn to laugh at yourself, and "Count your blessings"!!!!!!!


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so have fun, think "good thoughts" only,
learn to laugh at yourself, and "Count your blessings"!!!!!!!
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My kitty is named mouse and she likes to eat all day long. I only feed her once a day but everytime I get home she has always tried to get into the food bag. She is such a piglet that we now have regretted her name of mouse. We should have named her piglet.

I have a prize box for my students and there is a hole in it. Today she tried to get into the hole but changed her mind...haha! It was so cute.


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More of ... What Animals Do When You're Not Home:


'Aggghhhh! Someone dial 911, I'm being mauled by a troll!'
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'I swear a Big Doberman busted in and just tore the place up....'
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How to tell when its time to make your kids sleep in their own bed....
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'Ahhh, the fresh, relaxing aroma of feet.......'
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'Harlem Globetrotters here I come'
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Par-tay, Par-tay, Par-tay!
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'Uh, cat? What cat?'
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There's no explaining Love.
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Continued Below...


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What Animals Do... Continued...


'Helloooooooo'
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Peace
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'Hi! Will you be my friends?!'
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Mad Skills....
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years ago my sisters very fluffy cat was staying with me. Let's just say because of her long fur she didn't always have the cleanest butt.

My evening routine USED to be to wash my face rinse out the wash cloth and let it dry on the side of the sink (those the were the laudrymat days so I would reuse the same cloth a couple of times before I washed it).

One day I go into the bathroom and find my sisters cat sittin on my face cloth with her dirty butt!!! I was horrified!!!


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years ago my sisters very fluffy cat was staying with me. Let's just say because of her long fur she didn't always have the cleanest butt.

My evening routine USED to be to wash my face rinse out the wash cloth and let it dry on the side of the sink (those the were the laudrymat days so I would reuse the same cloth a couple of times before I washed it).

One day I go into the bathroom and find my sisters cat sittin on my face cloth with her dirty butt!!! I was horrified!!!
Hehe, shoulda just used the towel bar! laugh [Linked Image]

My grandmother caught her cat chewing on her toothbrush once...


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I remembered a story my brother told me about his dog. He has a husky. She's, sweet, shy, and a bit mischievous. One day he came home from work and discovered that she ate an entire loaf of bread but left the two end pieces.


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I remembered a story my brother told me about his dog. He has a husky. She's, sweet, shy, and a bit mischievous. One day he came home from work and discovered that she ate an entire loaf of bread but left the two end pieces.
laugh Dogs don't know what's good...only I don't reckon I want those two end-pieces after the dog got hold of them. [Linked Image]


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Very enjoyable posts, thanks to you all for brightening my day

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This is what animals do when I *am* home!

I had so many pics and video clips of Gadget my (now) year old English Cocker Spaniel and 11 year old Jack Russell I edited them all together into the video... laugh

Gadget is a born musician... even as a baby he hit his mark with those two barks mid video! wow

Enjoy! smile

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