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    which cat is the abnormal cat....?

    Peewee naps off and on during the day, but he seems to be awake alot for a cat.

    Whereas Peekaboo hibernates from bedtime (10ish p.m.) until DJ comes home for lunch (noonish the next day). She eats, then hibernates again until around 8ish, where she'll walk into the living room, announce her presence, snuggle with whomever is available and then proceeds to 'nap' until bedtime.

    I wonder if I should get her some kitty anti-depressants. I know cats are suppose to sleep for about 18 hours .... but there are some days I don't think she even leaves bed. (Such is the life!)
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    2 of my cats, Franny and Spot, are the nap on and off type. Our third cat, Bucky (who loves DH) sleeps in one spot most of the day, or evening.
    The two that nap are the ones who like to run around and cause general chaos, while Bucky tends to watch the action - when he isn't sleeping.

    I think they are all nuts!
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    too funny Britt
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    lol! my cat acts like both of yours. It all depends on her attitude!
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    Peewee is definitely our terror.

    He's constantly getting yelled at. The catch phrase in my house is: "Goddamnit, Peewee! Don't make me get up!"

    His newest trick is when we tell him "NO!" he meows back at us. Little snot learned how to back talk!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Britt View Post

    His newest trick is when we tell him "NO!" he meows back at us. Little snot learned how to back talk!
    ... omg that is too funny. We had a cat that have a cat that is acting the same way yours does... and she is on kitty zoloft... don't ask my parents took her to the vet



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    I'll have to see if I can get it on video for proof.
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    I believe you chick... we used to have a tuxedo cat that thought he was human !!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Britt View Post
    Peewee is definitely our terror.

    He's constantly getting yelled at. The catch phrase in my house is: "Goddamnit, Peewee! Don't make me get up!"

    His newest trick is when we tell him "NO!" he meows back at us. Little snot learned how to back talk!
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    LOL too funny!! Our cat sleeps when we do...then he's up in the morning and with us in the evening, I don't know what he does during the day, but since a good majority of my counters are on the floor when I get home I have a good idea.

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