Matthew Davidson (mjd) tagged cats

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Matthew Davidson
Sawtell, NSW, Australia
Hypersensitive New Age Guy

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  1. Unilaterally declared it my weekend today. No # beyond a little reading. Feel like a recently-used chimney: slightly fluey and exhausted. # are coughing and sneezing as well. Plague house! Unclean!

    about 3 months ago from web
  2. We can all give up now. This wins the #: #

    about 3 months ago from web
  3. I have to get some cardboard boxes. Including one or two big ones for me. #

    about 4 months ago from web
  4. Gecko season has begun. The season of frustration for Kitty, as they are all stuck to the other side of the window pane. #

    about 8 months ago from web
  5. The face washing thing that # do will never not be cute.

    about a year ago from web
  6. Found myself thinking I should get a tablet PC (Passivity Computer) so I can read the Web (yes, all of it) _and_ be in the room # wants me to be in. #

    about a year ago from web
  7. #'s trilling is becoming very expressive. She's like a fluffy R2D2. # #

    about a year ago from web
  8. Teaching # to #: Kitty jumped up on the kitchen counter to eat my dinner leftovers. Which were a couple of slices of jalapeno chilli.

    about a year ago from web
  9. Having a cat is like having a two year old human who can jump a six foot fence, and can casually bring down birds, rodents, reptiles, and insects to see what they taste like. #

    about a year ago from web in context
  10. Shocked to hear Jeremy # owns a cat but hasn't named it, on the grounds that # respond more to tone of voice than names. This is all very well, but there comes a time—typically after abandoning shaving—when a fellow decides he needs multiple cats. Then where will he be?

    Friday, 29-Jan-16 00:32:59 AEDT from web
  11. @luke Also other people's # look weird and ineffably un-cat-like. My 2c: # would be a simple way to reward caring for cats (or humans, if you prefer).

    Thursday, 14-Jan-16 21:28:43 AEDT from web in context
  12. Jacky found a snake. Locked the # inside, but while doing so the snake went to ground. Perhaps we should let them out to find it again.

    Monday, 04-Jan-16 14:16:37 AEDT from web in context
  13. The quality that puts # above human children is that cats won't one day suddenly decide you are stupid. They will have always known that.

    Wednesday, 02-Dec-15 20:51:12 AEDT from web
  14. @tregeagle Getting the sachet of chicken-flavoured powder open is the tricky bit. Use scissors where it says "tear here". Otherwise you will need a shower and change of clothes to avoid unwanted attention from #, in my experience.

    Wednesday, 28-Oct-15 16:28:00 AEDT from web in context
  15. Kitty has a bit of grass tangled up in the end of an eyebrow whisker, dangling in front of her face. She won't let me near it & doesn't appear bothered, but it's annoying the hell out of me. Maybe I should do the Mum thing: advance wielding a spit-moistened handkerchief. #

    Monday, 19-Oct-15 16:27:20 AEDT from web
  16. @tregeagle Yes, Jacky doesn't have much to say except "meow-ow", and Kitty's a lightweight when it comes to red wine. #

    Sunday, 19-Jul-15 20:14:37 AEST from web in context
  17. I have managed to get both # to sit quietly in one armchair. For my next trick, a two-state solution in Palestine.

    Wednesday, 15-Jul-15 21:05:03 AEST from web
  18. Really must get in the habit of putting the covers back on PC cases. 'No, Kitty. Don't stick your head in an electrical device.' #

    Saturday, 30-May-15 20:07:38 AEST from web
  19. # is on #'s office chair, looking forlorn. It's been too wet to run around outside killing things for _days_. #

    Saturday, 21-Feb-15 16:01:01 AEDT from web
  20. Lately I've been concerned that my # have been laying around, not doing very much. I appear to have forgotten how cats work.

    Wednesday, 03-Dec-14 02:05:29 AEDT from web