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Catty Confrontation.

Lost temper with Cat. It is just as people say. They care only for themselves. Thought would make feel at home with grand gesture. Got out collection of Italian Vogues and called cat over. She couldn't have cared less! Turned up nose and pushed past me. Could not bite tongue any longer. Said "That's it. I am making all this effort to get on and you are making none!" She just looked at me coolly and left the room.


karenw said…
very one knows cat's prefer more intellectual material, show her a Vanity Fair next time and see how you go...
Getrealmommy said…
Give it time. Kitty will come around. maybe not. my cat has been hiding in the closet and peeing on old clothes for 8 years now. oh well.
Luna said…
Thankyou Getrealmommy. That makes me feel soooooooo much better!

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