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So that's why my blinds are bent

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Look who's ruining my window blinds. Anyone else's cat do this? Share your pics.
post #2 of 21
some serious undercover surveillance going on there
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I'm sooo glad we don't have blinds!!
post #4 of 21
Nope... Mine are angels
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You can't have those blinds and expect them not to be wrecked!
post #6 of 21
We just have net curtains so Villy just pushes them out of the way!
post #7 of 21
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Oh my goodness Dixie I think Puff's the angel compared to yours...lol
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Oh my goodness Dixie I think Puff's the angel compared to yours...lol
Yeah... he fits all 20-something lbs in there
post #9 of 21
I know better then to close my blinds!! I'm well trained!
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Nope... Mine are angels
Very funny. ! Looks like your blinds have gotten a real beating!
post #11 of 21
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I know better then to close my blinds!! I'm well trained!
This morning Puff was back at it again. So I had Sierra raise them up about 3 inches so he could look out but it wouldn't be enough for someone to really see in unless they were in my yard. So I guess that solves the problem. Till someone puts them down again.
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My mom's office had metal blinds with wide slats. The boss' cat - who had free run of the office - liked to stand and bat them. We think she liked the noise. I took a pic of her doing it and enlarged and mounted it as a gift from mom to her boss. He proudly displayed it in his office.

The boss hired his nephew. When nephew saw cat, he said he didn't like cats. Unfortunately for him, this office was where the cat liked to nap and she often walked in on a meeting to sleep on the rug. The cat also like to play with the blinds in his office. We know she did it on purpose to annoy him.
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My mom's office had metal blinds with wide slats. The boss' cat - who had free run of the office - liked to stand and bat them. We think she liked the noise. I took a pic of her doing it and enlarged and mounted it as a gift from mom to her boss. He proudly displayed it in his office.

The boss hired his nephew. When nephew saw cat, he said he didn't like cats. Unfortunately for him, this office was where the cat liked to nap and she often walked in on a meeting to sleep on the rug. The cat also like to play with the blinds in his office. We know she did it on purpose to annoy him.
lol. I certainly think that is a typical cat attitude. I wish more companies were pet friendly. I think we would have a lot less stress in our lives if we could bring our pets to work.
post #14 of 21
The boss lived across the street and the cat was the official pest control. She would catch the voles that got in.
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I have had dogs do that, but my cats dont really bother them too much. but they do like playing with the strings.
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Oh that looks all too familiar!!! Here's my Bailey!
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that's why i no longer have blinds. i have roman shades
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I have roman shades and they are covered in cat fur at the bottoms because the cats sneak under them at night to look outside. Pretty much impossible to wash shades as they have wood panels sewn into them.
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I have roman shades and they are covered in cat fur at the bottoms because the cats sneak under them at night to look outside. Pretty much impossible to wash shades as they have wood panels sewn into them.
i keep mine pretty high to avoid that. the cat hair magnet works well on the part that does get hairy, tho.
post #20 of 21
Kitties and horizontal blinds?
post #21 of 21
I would be surprised to hear that there's a cat who doesn't bend the blinds if s/he can get to them. I have venetians in the dining room and they stayed raised above cat heads.
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