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Last Post 26-05-2012 10:57 PM by  swwchris
Cats and cable ties.....
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13-03-2009 9:24 PM

    No I have not tied my 2 "bonkers" cats up with cable ties, before anyone asks

     

    But they both have a serious obsesion with small cable ties...I have a small collection that Marc likes to leave around to prove he "does stuff" and the cats just LOVE them......they ferret them out and stroll round with them, like they are something special.......why????  Are they secretly laced with cat nip, do they taste of mice.....?????

     

    Btw I have the 2 weiredest cats on the planet, I am sure!, they came from Sheila.....need I say more?

     

    One of the nutters is currently lying on the kitchen worktop chewing a cable tie like it is fresh salmon or something.....why???

     

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    14-03-2009 11:06 AM

    perhaps the cats are flossing their teeth

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    15-03-2009 7:31 AM

    they came from Sheila........then they are almost certainly disturbed  I think she specialises in the mentally disturbed creature

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    16-03-2009 9:00 AM

    good job, sheila aint seen that

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    27-10-2010 4:48 PM
    lol my cat simba has a obsession for hair bands (the ones u use to put ponytails in) the only one of my cats that does this he goes mad for them he got in my daughters bed room and pinched a whole new pack of them that she had just opened lol he is so funny when i find any i put them on the door handles we have round ones and he sits and cries lookin at them
    the strange things some amimals do lol
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    27-10-2010 5:33 PM
    PMSL weird cats Vicki! i like you add the point about poor marc actually not doing anything just leaving S*&T around the house PMSL
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    26-05-2012 1:19 PM

    My young cat also has an obsession more small bits of plastic but his favorite is cable ties. He loves to carry them around and slide them around the kitchen floor. I dread to think how many are under my fridge lol

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    26-05-2012 4:09 PM
    best thing is not to look Sue, they might be breeding lol
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    26-05-2012 10:57 PM
    Ha I did wonder what the posting was about!! However I do have to give Marc a bit of support, he spends hours in his garden office grafting, ok he may love what he does, but its still work lol
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