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Crunches with hair down = Crazy Cat!

Tuesday, February 12, 2013


Our fairly new rescue cat, Gracie, had eye surgery a couple weeks ago to fix up her pirate eye so it wouldn't bother her, and she is like a new cat!!! She is SOOO happy and playful all the time, purrs constantly. She's so pretty that it's hardly noticable she only has one eye! Anyway, this is what happens if I try to do crunches with my hair down when she's nearby!!! She's too cute.

Bear with me, it was the morning and I was still in my zombie appearance stage LOL
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  • v KWEEKWEK
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    1194 days ago
  • v CATLOVER110
    Cute! My cat comes and rubs on me when I'm trying to exercise on the floor. It's like he's so happy I'm down there with him. Thanks for sharing your video! It made me smile. emoticon
    1199 days ago
  • v NANNBIRD
    This is adorable! She looks so much like our kitten, Chloe, who we found on my husband's engine block--she has been such a gift! Thanks for sharing!
    1200 days ago
  • v TAMARA6905
    Gracie is so cute...she looks my Jellybean, who also tries to assist with my workouts.
    1200 days ago
  • v GODIVADSG
    She looks like a great help with holding those crunches!! How cute! I love cats. I have one that always likes to monitor everything I do when I work out in our garage... once he even ran across the treadmill when I was running!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1200 days ago
  • v ACYCLINGMIND
    That's hillarious! Whenever I'm on the floor doing anything my dogs are all over me. "You're on the floor? You must want to play!"
    1201 days ago
  • v YESICAN44
    Lol. I'm a cat lover. So cute!
    1202 days ago
  • v MOBLUEBIRD
    So nice of you to provide fun and games for Gracie! emoticon
    1202 days ago
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