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Just now, wendybr said:

^^Ouch!!

I saw this one the other day "A Daily Dose Of Internet", it's a really nice youtube page (The dog wasn't hurt by the way).
The corgi in the next clip is really cute as well.

 

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^^^ Stunning! :lol:

So clever! Thanks for posting!

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We had a stray cat - not more than a kitten really - wander into our staffroom today. Almost like now there are no kids around it's starting to stretch out, I wonder how long it's been hanging around.

 

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4 hours ago, marron said:

We had a stray cat - not more than a kitten really - wander into our staffroom today. Almost like now there are no kids around it's starting to stretch out, I wonder how long it's been hanging around.

 

What happened to him/her?

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7 hours ago, wendybr said:

What happened to him/her?

Ours are ancient demountables I think it might have even been living under for quite a while, just got ballsy enough to come out with there being no kids. So, we made sure it wasn't locked inside, that[s all I know. Will keep you posted!

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So....who fed him?

And who will find a home for him??

Hmmm?

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6 hours ago, MathyouWSW said:

 

Ohhhhh....now I want a walrus!!

What a fun pet! :lol::lol:

 

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32 minutes ago, wendybr said:

Ohhhhh....now I want a walrus!!

What a fun pet! :lol::lol:

 

Well The beatles can't be wrong.

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Oop! It got locked in a classroom overnight! And is now pestering us all for food.

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She (I think) just spent my lesson, in which I was zooming for most of the period, wandering about my room stalking birds on the other side of the windows.

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How long until Wendy adopts another cat?

 

 

 

FYI it's good that you look after strays, the world needs more people willing to show kindness to other living creatures.

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one of my dogs i am very proud of(well i am proud that i was able to help her) was scared of humans but especially males, she would flee from us and avoid us so much she obviously been abused by some piece of garbage male, got her to the point where she feels very comfortable with us, she hates flies so pretty much if she see's a fly she will run head first into you at full speed because everything becomes invisible apart from the fly :P lucky have not been hurt too bad yet but she really doesnt like flies :P 

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3 hours ago, Carns said:

How long until Wendy adopts another cat?

 

 

 

FYI it's good that you look after strays, the world needs more people willing to show kindness to other living creatures.

Exactly, which is Marron needs to adopt this one.

He is obviously the Chosen One for this little critter.

PS I still want a walrus!

This is still making me laugh!

:lol::lol:

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There was much consternation this arvo with the news that we'll be working from home for most of next week.

All of a sudden it's "what about the cat??"

FFS, the cat has been living on the streets for it's whole life, it's just sussed some roobs for the last couple of days :lol: It will be fine.

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1 hour ago, marron said:

There was much consternation this arvo with the news that we'll be working from home for most of next week.

All of a sudden it's "what about the cat??"

FFS, the cat has been living on the streets for it's whole life, it's just sussed some roobs for the last couple of days :lol: It will be fine.

Noooooo!! - sorry, but that's a terrible attitude, Marron!

What native wildlife will it "be fine"  by eating for the rest of its flea bitten life?

And how many offspring will he/she be responsible for producing to continue doing that?

Someone really should try to do something to desex and rehome the poor thing.

Surely, someone would.... from amongst a group of teachers????

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4 minutes ago, wendybr said:

Noooooo!! - sorry, but that's a terrible attitude, Marron!

What native wildlife will it "be fine"  by eating for the rest of it's flea bitten life?

And how many offspring will he/she be responsible for producing to continue doing that?

Someone really should try to do something to desex and rehome the poor thing.

Surely, someone would.... from amongst a group of teachers????

You know what you have to do. Day trip up the mountain.

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2 minutes ago, Carns said:

You know what you have to do. Day trip up the mountain.

  :sorry2: Don't make me feel guilty! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Make Marron feel guilty!! 

Except, I don't think he's terribly prone to that. :cry:

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More of my new favourite animal!!

 

Did I happen to say I want one? :lol::lol:

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18 minutes ago, wendybr said:

  :sorry2: Don't make me feel guilty! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Make Marron feel guilty!! 

Except, I don't think he's terribly prone to that. :cry:

He is a heartless bastard....we can all tell...

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2 minutes ago, Smoggy said:

He is a heartless bastard....we can all tell...

I think he might be more of a hard ass when it comes to homeless kittens, than a soft and mushy type....yes.

But hopefully, one of his colleagues is a soft and mushy type.

 

Otherwise...:cry:

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29 minutes ago, wendybr said:

I think he might be more of a hard ass when it comes to homeless kittens, than a soft and mushy type....yes.

But hopefully, one of his colleagues is a soft and mushy type.

 

Otherwise...:cry:

Its Katoomba, unfortunately they are more likely to scoop it out and wear it as slippers.

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1 hour ago, wendybr said:

Noooooo!! - sorry, but that's a terrible attitude, Marron!

What native wildlife will it "be fine"  by eating for the rest of its flea bitten life?

And how many offspring will he/she be responsible for producing to continue doing that?

Someone really should try to do something to desex and rehome the poor thing.

Surely, someone would.... from amongst a group of teachers????

Haha. ;)

I had to go catch my train, but they were working on it. I think one of the cleaners was going to take it. But also apparently there's another cat who lives on site as well, and I suspect this is her kitten.

I'm allergic to cats, I would have considered taking it otherwise, although I couldn't have got it home today.

 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Smoggy said:

Its Katoomba, unfortunately they are more likely to scoop it out and wear it as slippers.

Slippers? Lah-deh-dah.

(I don't work at Katoomba, I work where they'd eat it for lunch).

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