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    grey katz r00l
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    Posing with a little eye squint

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    Quote Originally Posted by grinch View Post
    Posing with a little eye squint
    ...and a smile.

    Good lookin’ kitty.
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    This guy has had a tough spring, a surgery and a mystery injury that had him limping. He’s shaved here but he’s a big, fuzzy Norwegian forest cat.
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    And this is his way of letting us know things are getting back to normal:
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    That’s a big cat. Those legs!


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    OK, so somewhat lengthy, but we got 2 gray kittens last year that are now a year or so old.

    One is a grazer, like to eat a little, then go wandering around observing and exploring.

    The other is a gorger, loves to pack face with every bit of kitty crunch available.

    So the gorger has been ballooning and we've seen him eating the grazers food.

    In an effort to modulate his weight gain, we've started managing feed time and stashing the grazers extra food in a drawer in a bureau in the sunroom where they eat. Mr. Gorger is not happy and misses his extra kitty snax and keeps trying to snarf down as soon as the grazer leaves his bowl.

    The grazer is different. Love to play wit h 2 different plush toys of my daughters. Spends hours tossing them around and chomping on them, doing the kitty kick thing and throwing them up in the air. He also loves to swat bottle caps around the floor. He'll play catch even. He's obsessed with water going down the drain and will come into any room with draining water and look at it, then look back at the person in the room as if to say " wow, did you see that. check this out. where does it go?" He's fallen in the toilet a couple of times.

    So yesterday, I hear something in the sun room, sounds like a cat eating. On inspection, I see that the grazer has opened the drawer where we stashed his food and is happily crunching away. I watched him do it again today where he goes around the back of the cabinets and pushes the drawer open to eat some more.

    I've had a lot of cats, one was dog like when I was in high school and use to follow me around and always came on call. He got run over one day following me down to the university where I took calculus.

    But this one has struck a new level of intelligence and personality. My son calls him Einstein.
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    Ya muscle man. Must be feeling it if hes catching squirrels

    Thouhht mine was spoiled with the soft food and was done the hunt. No mice at my door this summer. Then last week a squirrel. Body for me. I guess squirrel brains is good eatin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster Highmen View Post
    OK, so somewhat lengthy, but we got 2 gray kittens last year that are now a year or so old.

    One is a grazer, like to eat a little, then go wandering around observing and exploring.

    The other is a gorger, loves to pack face with every bit of kitty crunch available.

    So the gorger has been ballooning and we've seen him eating the grazers food.

    In an effort to modulate his weight gain, we've started managing feed time and stashing the grazers extra food in a drawer in a bureau in the sunroom where they eat. Mr. Gorger is not happy and misses his extra kitty snax and keeps trying to snarf down as soon as the grazer leaves his bowl.

    The grazer is different. Love to play wit h 2 different plush toys of my daughters. Spends hours tossing them around and chomping on them, doing the kitty kick thing and throwing them up in the air. He also loves to swat bottle caps around the floor. He'll play catch even. He's obsessed with water going down the drain and will come into any room with draining water and look at it, then look back at the person in the room as if to say " wow, did you see that. check this out. where does it go?" He's fallen in the toilet a couple of times.

    So yesterday, I hear something in the sun room, sounds like a cat eating. On inspection, I see that the grazer has opened the drawer where we stashed his food and is happily crunching away. I watched him do it again today where he goes around the back of the cabinets and pushes the drawer open to eat some more.

    I've had a lot of cats, one was dog like when I was in high school and use to follow me around and always came on call. He got run over one day following me down to the university where I took calculus.

    But this one has struck a new level of intelligence and personality. My son calls him Einstein.
    My GF has two sister cats - one is a grazer and one is a gorger like yours. Vet said the gorger HAD to lose weight so she got one of those chip activated feed dishes and it's worked wonders. Gorger is hangry a lot of the time but at last weigh-in at the vets she was down 2lbs! Vet was very please but said she had another 1lb to go. Poor fat girl!
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    Quote Originally Posted by grinch View Post
    . I guess squirrel brains is good eatin
    Always on the lookout


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    Mine eat rabbits head first. Weird.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zion zig zag View Post
    This guy has had a tough spring, a surgery and a mystery injury that had him limping. He’s shaved here but he’s a big, fuzzy Norwegian forest cat.
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    Awesome, I luv me sum Norwegian forest cats!
    watch out for snakes

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    I wonder if thatll be like the oprah diet? So torturous to diet when shes free its all burgs and beers

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4matic View Post
    That’s a big cat. Those legs!


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    No shit, friggin monster. I've never seen a cat that big.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    My GF has two sister cats - one is a grazer and one is a gorger like yours. Vet said the gorger HAD to lose weight so she got one of those chip activated feed dishes and it's worked wonders. Gorger is hangry a lot of the time but at last weigh-in at the vets she was down 2lbs! Vet was very please but said she had another 1lb to go. Poor fat girl!
    I lord over snack time and stash the extra asap.

    The real issue is the grazer is a genius cat.
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    Weggies get big, mine was 18lbs and that was a tad under weight. Lot of fur however. Great disposition, he was like a catdog. Miss that guy.
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    My Kitteh is no Einstein. She outsmarts herself daily. Today's terrifying adventure is also a PSA. Don't prop open the cooler using the handles in order to let it dry. It makes a great cat trap. Fortunately I was in the kitchen as it was going down. A hinged lid seemed so convenient before we had a kitteh.

    She is smart enough to climb on the toilet. To get to the shelf. That has the box of Q-tips. Knocking it off the shelf is the easy way to get at the cool toys inside it. They are fun to bat around on the floor. The latest box of them is opaque and slides closed, problem solved for now. She doesn't know they are in there yet.

    The dilemma is do we leave the toilet open or close it? If it is closed it is easier to climb on and therefore provides easier access to the shelf. If we leave it open she might knock stuff into it. She is getting on the shelves no matter what. We need the space so removing the shelves isn't optimal. Changing what is stored there is a nonstarter with certain other parties.

    She also just figured out she can jump onto the kitchen counters. Storage of stuff in inaccessible places is going to pose a problem because my 92 yo father in law stays with us a lot. If he can reach it then so can kitteh. See above.

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    No cats on counters here.
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    We used to have one of those strips that you lay on the counter and it gives them a little zap if they step on it.
    They worked pretty well.

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    Squirt guns from behind is a good deterrent for counter jumpers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by m2711c View Post
    Squirt guns from behind is a good deterrent for counter jumpers...
    This. It’s fun too.
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    Kitty Stoke

    I feel bad. I put flea medicine on Square Face and his fur is falling out at the application point. Hope he recovers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m2711c View Post
    Squirt guns from behind is a good deterrent for counter jumpers...
    If you are there when they do it. So far all it does is get her off the table, counter, etc at that point in time. She goes back if you leave the room.

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    Things went south after that last pic...... you can just see the grey cat's paw starting to come up for a quick swat.



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