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Poor Cleo kitty, LOL!

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Cleo has a BAD habit of hiding in our closet, I think she likes the heating rod that helps keep down the mold and mildew.

Neither DH nor I saw Cleo this morning when we were ready to head to work. I suggested he look in the closet again, which DH did - didn't see her.

I got home late (lots of errands) and didn't see Ms Kitty Cleo. Didn't hear anything. DH got home 30 minutes later, no Cleo. We wondered about where she might be; we looked outside; we talked about it; I thought why not, opened the closet, and there were half my shoes all over the floor - yup, Cleo had spent the entire day in the closet, and I guess pulled down the shoes trying to find a way out. (She came sauntering out, sleepy, but did manage a couple of good scolding meows about how awful her day was.)

DH and I felt so bad, we gave her a ton of treats, let her go out late, and gave her a big dinner. We feel like terrible parents when things like this happen!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
SAPNA. 4/22/2010 4:37AM

    That poor kitty cat. if that happened to my 2 they would not forgive me for a week. lol.

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SHORTY20 4/21/2010 5:54PM

    Poor kitty!

We locked our one in the laundry room over night once. She's so speedy, you just go in for a second and you don't even see her run in, then she gets stuck in there!

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JLPNURSE 4/21/2010 7:41AM

    I've done that before and just felt awful. They are so good at hiding though, aren't they?

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ROCKYCPA 4/20/2010 10:42PM

    Sounds like your kitty knows how to hide from you. But at least you did find her before it was too late.

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