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    Super Member Scissor Queen's Avatar
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    Do not have snooze buttons.

    I don't know why she thinks she needs fed at 7:00 am. It's easier to just get up and feed the cat than it is to try and make her go away and go back to sleep.

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    Fur Babbies like routine. They don't care that its my day off!

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    I have three of them! I'm getting ready to go to breakfast with friends and had placed my black sweater on the bed (it's cool here) and found mamma cat laying on it! So i woke her up!!!

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    Kola doesn't care what time it is. If she only has 3/4 of a bowl of food, she thinks she will starve if it isn't filled. And we won't even discuss if it is not fresh enough for her. :roll:

    Her morning starts abut 3 am, if she has been inside if not 5 am she rattles the storm door to be let in. But lately she has been staying close to home. She usually loads up the dogs in the Dodge and they all head for the casino. Since the Dodge is at the body shop being repaired she can't go anywhere. She and the dogs don't know how to drive a 4 on the floor. So Grampa's "53 Ford is safe.

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    My 12 year old cat has been a 4:30 am riser his entire life. I'm exhausted. Thinking about changing time zones.

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    A friend of mine gave me a mug that says, "I wish my cat had a snooze alarm." It was sweet.

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    My momma cat starts walking on me about 5:30 am, but if I don't move, she will cuddle up and stay there until I move again, then it is all over. Get up! Because she wakes the dogs, and they will not wait!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pookie ookie
    My 12 year old cat has been a 4:30 am riser his entire life. I'm exhausted. Thinking about changing time zones.


    :lol: :lol: now that's funny :oops: :oops:

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    Quote Originally Posted by pookie ookie
    My 12 year old cat has been a 4:30 am riser his entire life. I'm exhausted. Thinking about changing time zones.
    I think that's part of the problem. I did change time zones but I went the wrong way.

    You need to move east, way east. England ought to do it.

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    LOL impatient aren't they? :D:D:D

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