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  1. broccoli

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    So, Fiona got out after tea. Have to keep going to see if she's come back. Finally, there she is, I call her, she comes, she's walking up, then she decides to detour right. stops. as I approach to pick her up, runs up the back. Little ratbag.
     
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  2. Andy3008

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    Cats aren't arrogant at all...lol
     
  3. samus

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    My two over my break:

    Bonnie (the long hair) has a thing for fresh washing. Clyde is simply unimpressed that i have my phone in his face.

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  4. Azzan

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    Sister's maincoons, they are big cats(~7kg ea) :)
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  5. samus

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    And I thought my two were big, they are only about 5.5-5.7KG. Good shots too mate.
     
  6. Andy3008

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    Would love a maincoon one day, great pictures.
     
  7. broccoli

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    Lovely. I don't think of my cat as that big, until she's next to her new "little sister" where she looks enormous in comparison. It's mainly her feet that look big.
     
  8. samus

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    Cat on a keyboard!

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    Also, I said she has a thing for washing, this stuffs not even dry:

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    Apologies for my undies.

    M.
     
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  9. broccoli

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    Here's my new cat. He looks huge, but he's just a kitten, he's tiny in real life
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  10. Azzan

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    lol this very cute tiny cat(Lulu) on Youtube eats everything(carrot, apple, cucumber, banana, cabbage, lettuce, watermelon, pineapple, mango etc) :D
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    I think she's got ~7 cats, but he(Lulu) is the only one that eats vegetables and fruits. :)
     
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    boo no embeds.
     
  12. hollysmum

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    Beautiful markings, just like my Jessie
     
  13. broccoli

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    Yes, I think so. He looks like some fancy-schmancy exotic breed, but he's just a moggie. He looks darker in real life, the flash made him look more beige than he is.
     
  14. RobRoySyd

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    Nothing "just" about a moggie, best breed of cat :)
     
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  15. Azzan

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    Darn I thought that was going to be an event at a cat show :)
     
  17. Baringa

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    Our brand new litter robot just did its first cycle and Nugget is confused and appalled and has taken up surveillance on the steps so she can monitor this poo-stealing contraption.

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    How well does it deal with odours?
     
  19. broccoli

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    What does it do? Is your cat going to be the new Doctor Who?
     
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  20. Baringa

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    We only just got it today, so I'll be able to give a better review soon! But it cycles after every single "visit" and drops the waste in a drawer in the base, so it's all contained. I imagine the odour would have to try pretty hard to escape!

    The sphere rotates a few minutes after a cat uses it, and it separates out the waste into a drawer, and then rotates back again and the litter is all clean and fresh for the next kitty! These are heckin pricey but we have an 8 cat household and scooping trays 3-4 times a day is getting old, and I am too pregnant to be doing it so fuck it, robot it is. I watched a lot of reviews and talked to a lot of different people who had them before we decided to shell out the money. Its called the Litter Robot III Open Air

    This video is for the Connect, which is the next one up which connects to a phone app, but we dont need that so we just have the Open Air.

     
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