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atirial

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Re: S/O Dear Dog...Dear Cat
« Reply #2640 on: May 02, 2016, 03:36:40 AM »
Dear Morty and Salem

The new lounge is black.  You are both black.  If you insist on hogging seats I can pretty much guarantee that at some stage you will be sat on.

So, unless you want to be a Flat Cat, I'd suggest rethinking the whole lounge-hogging scenario.

Much love
the potential kitty squasher
Dear kitty-squasher,

Get white throws.

Love, Morty and Salem

P.S. From another sometime cat-squasher: This isn't one you're going to win. When sat on, they get pointy at all ends.

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Re: S/O Dear Dog...Dear Cat
« Reply #2641 on: May 02, 2016, 06:03:54 AM »
Dear Leah (my friend's orange kitty),

My legs are not a scratching post nor like it when you try to dig your claws in my skin.  Don't look offended when I put you on the floor near the actual scratching post that is much harder.

Meow to you,

MissRose

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Re: S/O Dear Dog...Dear Cat
« Reply #2642 on: May 02, 2016, 10:24:22 PM »
Dear Spencer,

Doing taxes is a necessary evil. It's not helped by having you walk across the keyboard when I'm entering my slips, and trying to chew up my T4.

Can I at least claim you as a dependent?

Love, the Billpayer
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Re: S/O Dear Dog...Dear Cat
« Reply #2643 on: Yesterday at 08:31:06 AM »
Dear Mopsy,

You've seen the crib for the homin kitten multiple times over the past three months or so.  Why is it suddenly so interesting less than a month before she arrives?

No, I will not apologize for yelling and pulling you out of it before chasing you from the room. Glare at me all you want - you have lap spaces, you have space on Mommy and Daddy's bed (especially all day when we aren't there), you have an entire sectional, multiple chairs, and all the carpet and tile in the house to lay in/on. Hoomin Kitten's bed is completely off limits. Do it again, and you will be completely banned from the room even when Daddy and I are in there with Hoomin Kitten.

You've been warned.

Love,

Mommy


(She jumped in while I watched. An immediate yell of her name and "NO" resulted in a "I know I'm being bad/in trouble" posture and mew. I had to physically remove her as she wouldn't budge, followed by more "NOs" and her running out of the room. Since that brief come to diety moment, she won't even LOOK at the crib, but I'm taking no chances)

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Re: S/O Dear Dog...Dear Cat
« Reply #2644 on: Yesterday at 10:32:48 PM »
Dear Mopsy,

You've seen the crib for the homin kitten multiple times over the past three months or so.  Why is it suddenly so interesting less than a month before she arrives?

No, I will not apologize for yelling and pulling you out of it before chasing you from the room. Glare at me all you want - you have lap spaces, you have space on Mommy and Daddy's bed (especially all day when we aren't there), you have an entire sectional, multiple chairs, and all the carpet and tile in the house to lay in/on. Hoomin Kitten's bed is completely off limits. Do it again, and you will be completely banned from the room even when Daddy and I are in there with Hoomin Kitten.

You've been warned.

Love,

Mommy


(She jumped in while I watched. An immediate yell of her name and "NO" resulted in a "I know I'm being bad/in trouble" posture and mew. I had to physically remove her as she wouldn't budge, followed by more "NOs" and her running out of the room. Since that brief come to diety moment, she won't even LOOK at the crib, but I'm taking no chances)
Our Maya knows she isn't allowed in any of the bedrooms,  but she'll sneak into Baby Delphinium@s room while I hold the door open(Baby is 15 months and prefers to walk in herself). So these days I let Baby Delphinium corner Maya under supervision.

Maya suddenly isn't interested in the bedroom when there are little hands about.
When angels go bad, they go worse than anyone. Remember, Lucifer was an angel. ~The Marquis De Carabas