cats dont like veg.......do they?  

mrbenuk1 48M
70 posts
5/3/2006 4:30 pm

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5/10/2006 2:32 am

cats dont like veg.......do they?

ok major wierdness going on.
was sitting there minding my own business andin walks my cat who then proceeds to grab a cauliflower florette from my plate and run off to munch it.
i really need to stop sniffing ajax.



ladythriller64 56M/54F
6 posts
5/5/2006 5:24 pm

lol...just reminded me of when I took my son to Sewerby, he sat on the grass eating a Twix bar and a peacock came up and pinched it! The funniest thing was we could all see the Twix going down its' throat horizontally...and I'm sure I was sober that day! Debs.


MoutnainGirl 38F

5/6/2006 7:54 pm

LOL.. cats are so great for entertaining.. so why did you remove your pic?

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mrbenuk1 48M

5/7/2006 1:50 am

    Quoting MoutnainGirl:
    LOL.. cats are so great for entertaining.. so why did you remove your pic?
they are at that lol.my face pics are in my albumn.decided not to have my face plastered on pro for general viewing so deciding alternative pics to show generally.


mrbenuk1 48M

5/7/2006 1:54 am

    Quoting ladythriller64:
    lol...just reminded me of when I took my son to Sewerby, he sat on the grass eating a Twix bar and a peacock came up and pinched it! The funniest thing was we could all see the Twix going down its' throat horizontally...and I'm sure I was sober that day! Debs.
typical you spend all your time looking out for seagulls nicking your food then those pesky peacocks sneak up on you huh lol.i have that visualised now lmao


ladythriller64 56M/54F
6 posts
5/7/2006 3:46 pm

Just got me thinking of a time when we had a family dog, as a kid. We lived in houses all around a village green, in the middle. Picture this, Christmas day, visitors arrive, dog escapes as they enter, no-one bothers looking for dog (as beer and Christmas dinner take priority), 20 mins later dog arrives home through back door, we enter kitchen to find dog with fully cooked 12lb turkey, still wrapped in foil (possibly out to cool in owners kitchen somewhere), barking at the cat to not go near! None of us dare go out for a week and we never discovered which neighbour missed their Christmas dinner...the cat got its' share though...dog was a wuss! Incidentally, our cat used to eat cheese and onion crisps and oranges! Anything it thought the dog might get!


mrbenuk1 48M

5/10/2006 2:32 am

    Quoting ladythriller64:
    Just got me thinking of a time when we had a family dog, as a kid. We lived in houses all around a village green, in the middle. Picture this, Christmas day, visitors arrive, dog escapes as they enter, no-one bothers looking for dog (as beer and Christmas dinner take priority), 20 mins later dog arrives home through back door, we enter kitchen to find dog with fully cooked 12lb turkey, still wrapped in foil (possibly out to cool in owners kitchen somewhere), barking at the cat to not go near! None of us dare go out for a week and we never discovered which neighbour missed their Christmas dinner...the cat got its' share though...dog was a wuss! Incidentally, our cat used to eat cheese and onion crisps and oranges! Anything it thought the dog might get!
Thats cool lol.my dog saved a joint of beef from the cat last week.


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