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Cat Arrives Today.

Cat set to arrive in afternoon. Clear space in laundry for cat bed and buy cat food. Purchase Kit Kat chocolate treat for self. Write short list of rules for Cat to abide by. Include no going in bedrooms and no scratching furniture (please). Laminate and put by cat bed. Start to worry Cat will feel unwelcome. Dash to local  video rental for Garfield 2. Have it playing on television for when Cat arrives. That Bill Murray. Probably best work yet.


Anonymous said…
I can't believe you are actually going to have a cat!!! First it was a new obsession with yellow, now cats. Don't you remember how my cat use to terrorise you whenever you came over for a sleep-over? And let not forget Ali's cat, Tigger...

xxx SueT
Luna said…
Sue - you are remembering things all wrong! Like when your cat came into the room in the middle of the night and I had to zip my sleeping bag up over my head? And then how the cat SAT on my head and I had to stay zipped up for the rest of the night? Why that wasn't terrorising. Why that was 'fun'!
Getrealmommy said…
Very funny. I love my cats, but they do not follow any rules, including the now shedding one. Their fur is everywhere, making me look like a terrible housewife.
Good luck!
Navzi said…
Laminate and put by cat bed! hahahaha. Love it x

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