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Much Like Human Toddlers, There Is A Downside To Your Kitten Getting Ridiculously Tall

Discussion in 'Fur Pictures and Videos Only!' started by TobiDaDog, Jan 9, 2019.

  1. TobiDaDog

    TobiDaDog Thread Starter TCS Member Alpha Cat

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    They can reach things that they're not supposed to!
     
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  2. verna davies

    verna davies TCS Member Top Cat

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    Not to mention do things they are not supposed to.
     

  3. Kflowers

    Kflowers TCS Member Top Cat

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    Whoa!!!
    That's a lot of kitten. Guess you're going to have to buy a dog bed for him and change the headboard decal from a puppy to a kitten. ;)
     

  4. TobiDaDog

    TobiDaDog Thread Starter TCS Member Alpha Cat

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    Oh yes, that's step two. :crackup:
     
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  5. TobiDaDog

    TobiDaDog Thread Starter TCS Member Alpha Cat

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    Well we already call her 'Catpuppy' sometimes so it wouldn't be TOO far off!
     
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  6. Lari

    Lari TCS Member Top Cat

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    I feel you!
     

  7. GreyLady

    GreyLady TCS Member Adult Cat

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    Noodle does that. She used to full on attack the blinds if I didn't have them raised to look out... I'm sure ill have to pay for that when I move out -_- and the carpet she ripped up. Kittens are great but.. crazy.
     

  8. Kieka

    Kieka Snowshoe Servant Staff Member Forum Helper

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    I saw the thread title and immediately thought of my boy growing up. Link didn't realize he had grown too tall to go under chairs without dunking. There was a good six months of him hitting his head on chairs when he was running around... Slow learner. Plus once Rocket join us he would see her no duck and forget he had to.
     
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  9. TobiDaDog

    TobiDaDog Thread Starter TCS Member Alpha Cat

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    That mental image makes me smile. My border collie, rest his soul, (he passed in May) had that problem. He couldn't remember for months that he was too tall to run under the coffee table anymore. THUNK!
     
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  10. mightyboosh

    mightyboosh TCS Member Top Cat

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  11. Father of furbabies

    Father of furbabies TCS Member Adult Cat

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    I don't have pictures of it yet but Shade tends to stand on his back paws and open the silverware drawer in the kitchen and try to reach inside. I keep asking him what does he need a fork or spoon for but he just looks at me with an expression of I just want it.
     

  12. TobiDaDog

    TobiDaDog Thread Starter TCS Member Alpha Cat

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    She just hit 7 months. c;
     

  13. TobiDaDog

    TobiDaDog Thread Starter TCS Member Alpha Cat

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    More like 'haven't you figured out by now that you can't ask a cat why?' :lol:
     

  14. mightyboosh

    mightyboosh TCS Member Top Cat

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    So, she's got about four years of growing yet to do.
    Something like this at the end of it.

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  15. TobiDaDog

    TobiDaDog Thread Starter TCS Member Alpha Cat

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    Oh have mercy on me Reese!! You can stop RIGHT NOW! Else that Weruva and raw duck you like are going to be replaced with something a lot cheaper in bulk.
     
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  16. mightyboosh

    mightyboosh TCS Member Top Cat

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    Mind you, there's an upside to the tallness. I get Oliver to paint the ceiling when needed because he doesn't need a ladder. I'm scared of heights.
    He did our front room a while back. Not bad eh?

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