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post #1 of 13
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I deserver a cat treat!

Last night I KNOW Luna was sitting on the dresser while I was reading. At 6 this morning the alarm went off and heard scratching against the armior.

I thought it was Whitey, so I sat up to yell at him (btw no intention of getting up at 6 ). Then I realized that he wasn't even close to the armior, but was instead staring at.

The scratches where coming from inside.

So I get up, open the door and out bounces Luna. How she get in there, I don't know...but she was out.

She's been so happy to be out since that she's been bouncing around the house all morning.
post #2 of 13
haha! aww bless! something similar happened to me when Sparkle was a little kitty, she came in the bedroom, i however didn't know this at the time, but then i went to look for her, couldn't hear her anywhere LOL.

i was then starting to worry that she got outside, but then i heard a faint little meow & sounds of movement near my dressing table! i opened my underwear draw, to find her laying in it all purring! how she got in there is beyond me, but she's to fat now LOL!
post #3 of 13
They slip through the smallest cracks, it seems. So glad you rescued her.
post #4 of 13
If there is a challenge for a cat, the cat will win.
post #5 of 13
Yes, and then get itself trapped and have to be rescued...
post #6 of 13
Needing rescueing? Not according to the Pixie Witch. She meant to do that - get there - she was just hollering like that so that I could see and appreciate how cute it all was! But since I'm there anyway....how about helping me get out of here / down from here? Goooood slave....errr....mom.......
post #7 of 13
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Originally Posted by Shemarie View Post
Needing rescueing? Not according to the Pixie Witch. She meant to do that - get there - she was just hollering like that so that I could see and appreciate how cute it all was! But since I'm there anyway....how about helping me get out of here / down from here? Goooood slave....errr....mom.......
so true!! Silly mommy for not knowing that in the first place!
post #8 of 13
back a few years ago my sisters foster sons knocked a hole in the wall of their bedroom. My sister went and repaired it, plastered over the hole and everything, then painted. She noticed later that cupid was missing. They looked everywhere, put up posters and everything, finally a week went by, my foster nephew got into trouble and lost his stereo privlages. Thank God he did, because as my sister was upstairs removing the stereo from his dresser she heard a faint mewwww, FROM BEHIND THE WALL. Cupid had been locked inside the hole in the wall for a week and no one had heard her because of the stereo that Ronnie kept on all the time. Poor kitty, my sister knocked another hole in the wall to remove cupid and the poor kitty went nuts, she was very bad behavied for about a week after that, doing her business on beds, knocking things off dressers and causing a total mess. i guess it was her revenge.

maybe thats why they say curiosity killed the cat!
post #9 of 13
Ooohhh... the poor thing--a week! I wouldn't have blamed her!
post #10 of 13
Awww poor kitty!
post #11 of 13
haha, kittie's can be so silly
post #12 of 13
Then again, Shark gave me a fright a while ago when she decided to climb into the open drawer underneath my bed whilst I was clearing it out and disappear into the hole behind it ( it didn't squash her, it's rather spacious behind it when shut).

I didn't realise Shark had climb into the hole in the drawer until during the night when I heard her mewing and scratching to get out..I opened the drawer for her, she reappeared at the hole and climbed back out. After that she shook herself off (covered in dust!) and waltzed out the room as though it had never happened!

I will admit, she does enjoy getting into a pickle that cat!...
post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by DeeDeeMay View Post
Then again, Shark gave me a fright a while ago when she decided to climb into the open drawer underneath my bed whilst I was clearing it out and disappear into the hole behind it ( it didn't squash her, it's rather spacious behind it when shut).

I didn't realise Shark had climb into the hole in the drawer until during the night when I heard her mewing and scratching to get out..I opened the drawer for her, she reappeared at the hole and climbed back out. After that she shook herself off (covered in dust!) and waltzed out the room as though it had never happened!

I will admit, she does enjoy getting into a pickle that cat!...
Reminds me, several years ago, my mother-in-law was staying over a couple of days. My sons had beds with drawers underneath.
M-I-L was sleeping in one of the beds. Next morning she said she could hear strange noises through the night, like faint meowing & scratching. She asked about Coco. I said no, she's OK.
Coco was an inside/outside cat. It wasn't unusual not to see her for days at a time as my mum lives next door & fed her.(Still does & Coco now lives with her.)
The next night, M-I-L was getting ready for bed & said she could still hear scratching. I thought I'd better check the drawer. I opened it & out stepped Coco. I checked everything, & she hadn't even relieved herself in that time.
The drawers were only ever opened about 3-4" as they were heavy & hard to open.
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