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Old 09-08-2016, 02:22 PM
 
Location: southern kansas
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A cat might show you his belly but not want you to touch it. It's in the manual, pg. 439783, para. 63248, subpara. 9988432.
If I recall correctly, it's on page 23 of the Official Housecat Handbook under the heading of "Games with your Human", subtitle "Tummy Minefield". But I can't swear to that, because they repossessed my copy of it, and I haven't seen it in years.
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Old 09-08-2016, 02:30 PM
 
Location: southern kansas
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One way to spend grant money and come up with a thesis:>(

You know what makes a cat tick - get a patent!

ShadowCat has no sense of humor when it comes to her wishes and demands. Scratch belly now! Oh more, moooore! What are you doing?
Cha-Cha our squirrel bait - that is fun. I tricked you into it! What was I thinking?
Humans - the girls played with us. Awesome! Peroxide is in the first drawer.

Try not to serve breakfast or dinner as scheduled and in the proper manner and there will be consequences. Work through a maze for a bite of something? Tray, correct spot, move it over to have the plate in front of me. No breakfast yet? Coffee maker is done! Time to wake up it is Sunday. Thump - 15 pounds balanced on four tiny steel posts on a sleepy human work anytime.
It would be much easier to get a doctorate degree in Quantum Physics, then solve the origin of the universe and the meaning of life.

Since those aren't within my abilities, I'll just continue to live with those little feline mysteries.
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Old 09-08-2016, 02:34 PM
 
Location: St. Louis
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If I recall correctly, it's on page 23 of the Official Housecat Handbook under the heading of "Games with your Human", subtitle "Tummy Minefield". But I can't swear to that, because they repossessed my copy of it, and I haven't seen it in years.
You have the old manual. The new one is entitled: Smilodons who live with humans.
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Old 09-08-2016, 02:43 PM
 
Location: southern kansas
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You have the old manual. The new one is entitled: Smilodons who live with humans.
Yeah, I only had it briefly, like 15 or 20 years ago. No doubt it's been updated to include all the newest ways to keep us 'entertained' (and scratching our heads).
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