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Liriodendron_fagotti wrote:They are my Silmarils.

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We call those cattenballs in my house.
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Many pictures of cats of past and present:
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Toddy is my favorite but they are all super rad!
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It is a good thing Toddy is so damn adorable because he is a big pain in the ass he is almost never affectionate except at 5am when I'm trying to make coffee and get to work.
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Toddy sounds like Henry (the grey tabby in the above picture). He's rarely affectionate except around food time (always, for him), but he's also super passive and you can do whatever with him. Chester, meanwhile, is super cuddly but also kinda neurotic and scratchy/bite-y.
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Toddy usually screams and cries if you try to do anything but scratch his head, and he doesn't tolerate that for long. The one exception is when the heat is on he likes to get on the coffee table over one of the heat vents, roll over on his back and cook himself. Once he rolls over you can have your way with him. Mostly he just likes to walk around the house at 3am wailing and screaming like someone is murdering him. I'm still amazed and disturbed at the noises that cat can make.
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Kaharz wrote:The one exception is when the heat is on he likes to get on the coffee table over one of the heat vents, roll over on his back and cook himself.
Apparently my parents' dog loves the heat vent. When she's got longer fur I'm told it is hilarious when the furnace kicks in and blows her hair up while she lays there unfazed.

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Kaharz wrote:
Liriodendron_fagotti wrote:They are my Silmarils.

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We call those cattenballs in my house.
So cute :)
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