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Old 03-01-2006, 12:44 PM   #31
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Those catwalks are awesome...I'll have to look for those! I wonder if she would stop climbing the curtains...
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I acutally ordered them here

http://www.katwallks.com/

There are some pictures on their website I sent them of Zoey and Saki on them in the customer photo section

I am sure they would be quite simple to make though!
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Old 03-01-2006, 02:10 PM   #34
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I'm not suprised the cat is walking stiff or groggy. I take Amnitriptilyne every night to help me sleep. Its a low grade anti-depressent that is commonly used as a sleep aid now. Lowering the dosage might help with the drowsiness.
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Here is a pic of my Quincy leaping onto Tucker when they were both kittens. The quality is real bad b/c this was scanned from a hard copy photo...this was back in the day before digital cameras were de rigueur.

I love how Tucker has ABSOLUTELY NO IDEA what is coming.

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I'm not suprised the cat is walking stiff or groggy. I take Amnitriptilyne every night to help me sleep. Its a low grade anti-depressent that is commonly used as a sleep aid now. Lowering the dosage might help with the drowsiness.
I better not let Melissa see this or she will start stealing from the cat (she has depression, anxiety, and sleep issues, but she flushed all her valium down the toilet so she wouldn't get adicted).

Those kittens attacking are priceless.
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Oooo definetly don't let her take it. I haven't a clue what the dosage would be for cats and it might have some different stuff in it then it does the stuff thats for humans. Not a good idea. She might want to consider talking to her doctor though about some stuff for herself. Its not addictive and it really does help me get better sleep. I have an auto immune disease, so I can't get restful sleep otherwise, because of being in pain alot. Give her a hug for me.

And now on to the newest addition to our family! *drum roll*



Meet Bandit aka Frito Bandito We went to the shelter today and adopted him. He has been looking for a home for a while and when he warmed up to my kids right away and wanted to start playing with them they fell in love. So we had to bring him home. He is the cutest, sweetest boy. And he is getting along great with our other cat.
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Awwww Bandit is so handsome! I love his markings Congrats!

Wow you just adopted him today and he's already met your other cat You're lucky they're getting along already! Usually you're supposed to introduce them slowly over the course of a week or so.
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I acutally ordered them here

http://www.katwallks.com/

There are some pictures on their website I sent them of Zoey and Saki on them in the customer photo section

I am sure they would be quite simple to make though!
I went and looked up Zoey and Saki.

I would love to get those for my cats. Were they hard to install?
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Not at all, just need a drill pretty much!
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Awwww Bandit is so handsome! I love his markings Congrats!

Wow you just adopted him today and he's already met your other cat You're lucky they're getting along already! Usually you're supposed to introduce them slowly over the course of a week or so.
Well we hadn't planned on introducing him so soon to our other cat. But someone opened the back door (aka the kids ) and our other cat, Missy bolted in and started sniffing Bandit. Bandit was so cute and started rubbing his head on her and purring. Missy sniffed him for a few minutes and then went and laid on the couch. I was so glad they got along fine.
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I miss my kitty!



But friday I go home for spring break and I get to see her again!

I'll take lots of purrty photos (bad pun intended )
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Well we hadn't planned on introducing him so soon to our other cat. But someone opened the back door (aka the kids ) and our other cat, Missy bolted in and started sniffing Bandit. Bandit was so cute and started rubbing his head on her and purring. Missy sniffed him for a few minutes and then went and laid on the couch. I was so glad they got along fine.
That's amazing
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Cat people... help!

As most of you know, Jessica and I have adopted two cats. We love both of them, and they've started to get along really well...

BUT...

The newer one, a siamese mix, has started waking me up in the mornings. At first this wasn't a huge deal, but the problem is, she's started waking me up earlier and earlier. Today it was 4:30 and I have a big meeting this afternoon with some important people. I hope I can stay awake.

What happens is this: Sometime in the morning she'll just decide I need to be awake, and she'll start making noise and walking all over me - including on my face. If I put her outside the door, she'll moan at like 80 decibels. I don't want to have to lock her in another bedroom, and even if I did, the moaning is so loud I'd still be able to hear it. The only other option would be to lock her in the downstairs bathrooom with her litterbox and some water, but I don't want to confine her to that small an area. Over the weekend I successfully used earplugs, but I can't do that during the week or I wouldn't be able to hear the alarm.

Basically I've been limited to 4-5 hrs of sleep each night this week, and it's causing me to nod off at my desk in the afternoons. I don't know what to do. Anyone have any ideas?
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