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i know this may seem a shock.

post #1 of 17
Thread Starter 
but no one loves me.
here i am sitting at my desk with my feet up, working away like a dog.

But my drugs are just out of reach..

SOOO, i called the cats to see if they would come get them for me, But they are so lazy they did not even answer the phone. the wife said no, even my friend in Vancouver said call the cats to do ... Gee, they wont answer the phone besides there paws are just to short to reach the gas, and they sure cant see over the dash.



i swear i get no help at all, now i will have to sit up.

by the way is it just me, or does metformin kinda smell like grapefurit?
post #2 of 17
Yeah, my cat never goes and gets me ice cream when I ask either. Lazy
post #3 of 17
They have us running around doing EVERYTHING for THEM, while they just sit back and watch.
post #4 of 17
I tried to get them to open the door once for me when I locked myself out of the house. They were too lazy to even do that!

What do we do all that work for anyways?!
post #5 of 17
Poor Bruce. At least our barn cats will occassionally bring us "dinner" (ie, dead mouse, bird, chipmunk, and some things I don't care to try to identify). Of course, my indoor cats are just a lazy as yours. The only thing they bring me are their toys when they want to play. Maybe you should get a dog?
post #6 of 17
Thread Starter 
naw, not home enough to take care of a dog(i would love to have one also)

i was thinking about a new GF, but that would be to much like work, Since i have bulit in lazy problem lol
post #7 of 17
A dog, exactly! Have you seen that great new ad where this big ol' hound trots upstairs to bring his dad breakfast in bed, delivers him everything he needs as he's getting ready for work, sees him off -- and then snuggles down under the covers with his head on dad's pillow?
post #8 of 17
Thread Starter 
haha, yea, that is a cute commerical
funny we remember the dog, but not what the commerical was selling lol
post #9 of 17
Well if you weren't working like a D-O-G then maybe the cats would help??
post #10 of 17
My cats like to help with the can opener, they put their paws on it... of course thats just because they know its THEIR food in that can!
post #11 of 17
my cats don't love me either, they never get me a drink when I ask them too but if there food bowl gets low, look out! I never hear the end of it
post #12 of 17
I hear ya! My cats won't even bring their toys TO me. I have to find one when they start to chirp and play. Then when I throw the mouse, They just look at it like, are you kidding? You want me to get that?
But their little chirps and meows make up for their laziness.. LOL!
post #13 of 17
Aaaaw but we all love you!!
post #14 of 17
I hear ya - why is that we feed them anyway when they are so darn lazy!

The only job that mine oblige me with is "bug catcher". I haven't had to kill a bug in the house for years now.
post #15 of 17
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Originally Posted by Momofmany View Post
I hear ya - why is that we feed them anyway when they are so darn lazy!

The only job that mine oblige me with is "bug catcher". I haven't had to kill a bug in the house for years now.
I tell people who have arachnophobia that all they need is a cat.
post #16 of 17
Well... my boys caught and killed a mouse once (RIP little Baxter), so they refer back to that whenever I say they are good for nothing.
post #17 of 17
When you figure out how to get your cats to do stuff like that for you please let me know, my cats are lazy as can be too
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