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Poor Georgia

post #1 of 10
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I got up to feed my babies this morning, and Georgia did not come running! She has never been outside, and there is snow on the ground, so I was scared to death that curiousity had finally gotten the better of her, and she had somehow sneaked out. I checked all over the house, and finally decided I needed to look outside. I sat down to put on my shoes, and noticed a little paw sticking out from under the couch. It is very low, and I cannot imagine how she got under there, even though she is a tiny cat. I lifted up the end of the couch and she crawled out. She is such a little drama queen, she laid on the floor, on her back, paws over eyes, and cried. She hadn't made a sound before. I picked her up and cuddled her, then she was ready to eat and torment the others, so I knew she was ok. She is such a brat, I was scared to death!
post #2 of 10
What a little character! I was picturing this poor, traumatized kitten lying on her back covering her eyes, and I was so touched...then she's off playing. There must never be a dull moment in your house!
post #3 of 10
:LOL: LMAO! I'm sorry, but the image of her on her back crying with her eyes covered was just too much!!
post #4 of 10
Poor, poor little Georgia! Of course, since she's ok, the picture of her laying there covering her eyes and crying for sympathy is just too funny. What a ham! Of course, she got what she wanted, Mom was worried and gave her sympathy and snuggles so all is right in her kitty world.
post #5 of 10
LOL! Has she taken acting lessons?
post #6 of 10
Don't you love it, when they act pathetic? Rowdy has this weak, squeaky "mew", that she uses in the kitchen every morning. Then, she falls over, on her side - SO weak, from hunger.
post #7 of 10
Cindy, After seeing the "hard life" your poor animals have, I can just imagine poor little Rowdy falling over from malnourishment! :laughing2 Perhaps you should feed her fresh caviar instead of canned....
post #8 of 10
Thread Starter 
Why, yes, she has had acting lessons of sort. Leo was the biggest ham I have ever seen, and Georgia learned her cutie-pie lessons well. I thought Pearl had a toy lost under there, but apparently she had Georgia unable to get away and was smacking her. Being half asleep, it didn't even occur to me it might be Georgia.
post #9 of 10
Drama queen?! You should get her into commercials! She would captivate the audience and earn you money!!!

Too funny!

post #10 of 10
I'm sure glad she was okay!
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