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The cat sat on the remote!

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Well, you know my cat is on a diet. I wrote a blog about that just recently. She weighs 15 lbs.

So, when she SITS on something, she really sits, lol.

You've seen a cable remote. 57 buttons and a zillion combinations required to get the cable, the tv, the dvd, all working together.

Now and then I press a few wrong buttons and it takes a while to straighten things out. Rosie did a BIG job of pressing buttons, stepping on the remote a couple of times as she walked cross the coffee table. Then when I raised my voice from across the room, she sat right down and looked at me - Yes, Mom? What's up?

Of course she sat on the remote and that was the final touch, lol. Haven't got things working again, yet. That will teach me to put my remotes in the fake book I have sitting on the coffee table, just for that purpose.

Oh well, Rosie loves me no matter what, and it's mutual!

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    My cat is so much like yours that they must have been related in a past life. Crissie loves to jump up on the desk while I am on on the computer and walk across the keyboard before I have a chance to stop her. I think she plans it. She has sent unfinished e-mails and changed web sites. When I got her 10 years ago, she was a year old and so delicate looking. Now she is 11, has a delicate face and is heavy 11 pounds. She also rules the roost!!! Oh well, I do love her, but sometimes???
    2649 days ago
  • --KREN
    LOL, Judy. The cat KNOWS she does no wrong. Ever! lol - No self esteem as high as a cat's! - Karen
    2650 days ago

    Comment edited on: 7/23/2009 9:59:38 AM
  • JUDY1676
    How frustrationg that little remote can be! Onewrongpush and I can spendforever (or so it seems) trying to undo that push! If the cat could only know what a problem she caused! emoticon
    2650 days ago
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