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#196 rachealD

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Posted 11 November 2008 - 08:08 AM

Dear Ali,

Trying to wake us at 5 in the morning...is not cool. Just because the sun is up does not mean we want to be up as well. And...WHERE DID YOU LEARN TO BANG ON THE BEDROOM DOOR LIKE A DOG!!!!!!!!


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Posted 11 November 2008 - 05:08 PM

Dear Puffy,

I know you're a hunting doggie but please don't go around decapitating little lizards and leave their bodies for mummy and daddy to find. The little lizards are minding their own business while they lounge in the sun quietly...

Sorry girls, bit gross...

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Posted 12 November 2008 - 08:32 AM

Ali, seriously....not on my son...you will be on the trading post so fast it will make your head spin!!!! Ok so you know thats an empty threat...but please, your father and I would like to get a good night's sleep.
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Posted 12 November 2008 - 01:22 PM

Dear Miss Isis,

I know you are a beautiful kitten and loved to adored at all times but really you don't need to follow me to the toilet. It would be nice to be able to sit there without a kitten mieowing outside the door. You are beautiful but your mieow isn't!

Also I know you get on the kitchen bench when I'm not in the room, the scrubing brush on the floor gives that away. You know you're not allowed up there, stop it! And I really do prefer the paper towel to stay on the roll, not dragged around the kitchen with chunks missing. And most importantly I can see you sitting on the window sill from outside which is a dead give away you've climbed up the bench to get there.

Daddy asks if you can refrain from giving him kisses right after eating sardines, the fishy breath is a bit much

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Posted 16 November 2008 - 08:50 AM

Dearest Nancy,

Must you ALWAYS meow when baby is just falling asleep! You don't meow any other time so it really really makes my blood boil when you wake him up.

You know I love you and baby adores you but please!


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Posted 20 November 2008 - 03:19 PM

My gorgeous Spirit,

No poppet, my sneakers are NOT a sign that you will be going for a walk, so stop making me feel guilty because my feet are cold and are sore from wearing heels all day!! The trembling when you see them is cute, and so is the drool and the standing on 2 legs trying to open the door - but it is not always about YOU!!

But I do love you,

Love Mummy xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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Posted 23 February 2009 - 05:48 PM

Dear Spud,
I know it is sprinkling outside. And I know you also prefer dry paws. But going underneath the plastic table (which is sitting on the back lawn after a recent function) to piddle so you can stay dry is just disturbing... Stand out in the shower like a proper pug! And NO - you can't come sit on my lounge cushions to rest now, either!
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Posted 23 February 2009 - 06:17 PM

Dear Remy,

You are a beautiful kitten and mummy really loves you...but your constant toe nibbling is driving me crazy, your teeth are now so sharp you draw blood!
The vet assures me in three weeks your hormones will have settled. I promise you lots of kisses and kangaroo mince before your sister arrives...when you stop biting!

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Posted 11 March 2009 - 05:42 AM

Dear Remy,

You know I adore you, find you cute and lovable....but at 4.45am I am finding myself impatient with you! Chewing my hair, biting my fingers, massaging my back and talking in my ear just so you can be fed.

Now of course at 6.20am you are tired and falling asleep.

Please, just for one day, let me sleep until my alarm sounds at half five!

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Posted 11 March 2009 - 07:12 AM

Dear Ali, Indii and Lilli,

You have been very naughty in the last week. You know your curfew is 4. You have always come in at that time for dinner, the time you have come home in the last couple of weeks is totally unacceptable. Tonight you will all return to being indoor cats. If you dont know how to use your liberties wisely, then they will be taken away from you. You can whinge all you want.

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Posted 11 March 2009 - 07:34 AM

QUOTE(Puggie @ Feb 23 2009, 06:48 PM) View Post

Dear Spud,
I know it is sprinkling outside. And I know you also prefer dry paws. But going underneath the plastic table (which is sitting on the back lawn after a recent function) to piddle so you can stay dry is just disturbing... Stand out in the shower like a proper pug! And NO - you can't come sit on my lounge cushions to rest now, either!
Love Mumma


laugh.gif I can relate to that one!

Unless I physically carry him outside I will find little puddles in the house.

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Posted 11 March 2009 - 07:58 AM

Dearest Princess Fifi (My mini foxi)

Although you live in a house the has an earthmoving business running from it... This does not mean they need your help.

When you do your own escavations down the side of the house in the form on tiny potholes, It annoys me when I try and peg out the washing.

Another thing... How is it you manage to catch fleas while we are walking. I pay to have you hydrobathed once a week and always use the most expensive products to keep you flea free.

Love Mummy xx

Dear Four (My big bull mastiff)

Why is it you insist on sleeping underneath our outside window even when it's raining? You sit there and cry cos your getting wet but never think to move under the pagola into your warm, dry bed.

Another thing, please don't push me over when we play. It makes me look weak. Ok so you weigh about 70kgs that dosn't mean you can use your strenght to steal the ball of me. I am the boss. Hehe.

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Posted 18 March 2009 - 08:58 AM


Dear Wookie,

I know that you're teething at the moment and it must be incredibly painful, but all your meowing, while daddy is trying to sleep is turning him grumpy. I hope you're fangs stop hurting soon baby.


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Posted 18 March 2009 - 12:19 PM

Dear Isis,

Well, you certainly aren't Daddy's little girl at the moment. He's very cranky with you and threatening to hold a grudge for quite a while.

You know you aren't allowed on the kitchen bench and while I'm sure the new blind was so interesting you just had to look at it, did you have to knock down Daddy's stein he carried all the way back from Germany? He liked his stein, it had semential value and finding it shattered into a million pieces was very upsetting for him. I'm sorry he yelled at you but he was very mad.

Maybe give him a bit of space for a few days and let him calm down. I told him he can't hold a grudge forver so hopefully he will get over it soon.

Love Mummy.

PS I would have prefered if you broke the other stein, it's the really ugly one. ph34r.gif


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Posted 03 April 2009 - 08:16 PM

Dear Chloe,
Thank you for offering to help with my fabric painting. Whilst I appreciate the thought I really didn't want to explain sparkly footprints on the dining chairs to Daddy.
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