The Mad Collector wrote:Well the first option could be useful
Except that he would only steal from us. We had a drop ceiling in the basement where he would go and push up one of the panels so he could hide his ill gotten gains. I think my dad found at least $5 worth up there once.
Rap, loved the video!
“It is the peculiar nature of the world to go on spinning no matter what sort of heartbreak is happening.” ― Sue Monk Kidd, The Secret Life of Bees:
I had a quick squint at them about half an hour ago just in time to see two of them in a tight clinch and both asleep, fall off the bed together.......classic! The little ginger one found himself in the round basket and decided to stay there. They LOVE that blue box don't they? PS Given up reading the Cupcake comments as several people seem to be unduly obsessed with poo and litter boxes They don't appear to be children either
The poo thing is quite important as it's a major step in their development. Usually the momma cat has to clean up after them while they are nursing, but as they start to eat solids, they suddenly get this very odd feeling as they do their first unaided poop. This often results in them squealing because they don't know what is happening. Momma trains them to use the litter box, but they don't always make the connection. And a couple of them have had diarrhoea so Shelly has asked people to look out for that. But yes, I do know what you mean about obsession with it.
"Goodness is about what you do. Not what you pray to."