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Cats rule, dogs drool.

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talesfromthecrypt:

Me, at the beach.
Whatever that cat is next to looks like a foot? Like I said. This is as close as I will get to the ocean and the trash/monsters/body parts? that are out there.

talesfromthecrypt:

Me, at the beach.

Whatever that cat is next to looks like a foot? Like I said. This is as close as I will get to the ocean and the trash/monsters/body parts? that are out there.

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apethink:

RIP cat flap
It’s hard to tell what you’re seeing in this picture. I can’t quite make it out myself. The frame preceding it is just a paw poking through the cat door and the following frame has no action whatsoever. In this frame, Weeby is seen bursting through the catdoor with such vigor that he broke the flap clean off. It’s the hard dark shape just above his head to the right. When I woke up on Friday, it was laying on the floor a few feet from the door. Why he felt the need to enter this way, and what the hell his limbs are doing in this shot will always be a mystery.

apethink:

RIP cat flap

It’s hard to tell what you’re seeing in this picture. I can’t quite make it out myself. The frame preceding it is just a paw poking through the cat door and the following frame has no action whatsoever. In this frame, Weeby is seen bursting through the catdoor with such vigor that he broke the flap clean off. It’s the hard dark shape just above his head to the right. When I woke up on Friday, it was laying on the floor a few feet from the door. Why he felt the need to enter this way, and what the hell his limbs are doing in this shot will always be a mystery.

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apethink:

Enter Lucy
Since I had a busy birthday weekend planned, on Friday I lazily pinned a piece of black cloth over the cat portal before we left. Big Steve hadn’t been coming in for a week or so, and I hoped this might dissuade him further. To our surprise, this was exactly what his sister Lucy had been waiting for. She’s been hanging around on our deck for years, and more recently showing up on the front porch, and we’ve wondered how she hadn’t figured out the cat door yet. Turns out she just wanted a softer door. She made her first entry on Sunday, as well as her second through fifteenth entries. Yesterday she came in while we were home and my wife picked her up and pushed her back through the door. It was only a matter of time before she came in while one of the boys was home…

apethink:

Enter Lucy

Since I had a busy birthday weekend planned, on Friday I lazily pinned a piece of black cloth over the cat portal before we left. Big Steve hadn’t been coming in for a week or so, and I hoped this might dissuade him further. To our surprise, this was exactly what his sister Lucy had been waiting for. She’s been hanging around on our deck for years, and more recently showing up on the front porch, and we’ve wondered how she hadn’t figured out the cat door yet. Turns out she just wanted a softer door. She made her first entry on Sunday, as well as her second through fifteenth entries. Yesterday she came in while we were home and my wife picked her up and pushed her back through the door. It was only a matter of time before she came in while one of the boys was home…