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Who said cats aren't good work out buddies?

Thursday, April 07, 2011

I know, you're thinking how much they sleep! But I have one very industrious kitty. Got up today at my usual 5am, put on my workout gear, went downstairs and fed the cats. Wait a minute! Why does THIS clock say 4:00?? Really? Check the cell phone - yup, it's 4:00! Silly cat changed my nightstand clock! Little double pawed magician, this one is. Decision time.....back to bed? But I'm already up and moving, and the coffee is started, and - what the heck, just go with it. So it's NOW 5:00 and I've got my 35 minute cardio done for the day! Thanks to the kitty......

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MZWHITLEY 4/7/2011 9:15PM

    Picture of the little rogue coming soon.......oh look, there he is!

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APOLLO45 4/7/2011 10:26AM

    Kitty was doing its part to keep you motivated. What a good team player lol. emoticon

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    smart kitty and smart of you to go ahead and exercise!

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SPARKLED146 4/7/2011 7:02AM

    Funny! emoticon
My cat starts rolling on the floor while I'm exercising. He's probably looking for attention, but I tell myself that he's minmicing what I'm doing.

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TREEBELLA 4/7/2011 6:34AM

    The title made me LOL, I just can't see it!

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MARYJOANNA 4/7/2011 5:25AM

  How very smart they are. You can't help but love them for all their antics. Our cat is like a dog. She comes to you when you call her.

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AIMEESINGS 4/7/2011 5:22AM

    awww kittys are awesome! Mine have sent random facebook messages on my laptop and have turned off my alarms before.

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GRAMMIEOFTWO 4/7/2011 5:11AM

  That is one incredible cat.

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