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Re: TDay Special

Jane, our gray cat woke us at 4:45 this morning, scratching at
the bedroom door and crying piteuosly.  She does this from
time to time.  When we got up a few minutes later, we found
a very dead mouse on the kitchen floor.  Also that the telephone
had rung during the night (the bedroom door was closed and I
had the down comforter over my ears) and a message had been
left that there would be a power failure at 6:03 AM.  I don't know
if Jane was boasting about her mouse, or if she was distressed
that we had not answered the telephone.  Anyway, the power
outage didn't happen. Don't know what that was about, but I
am very glad it didn't happen - the backup generator had been
hauled off for servicing last Friday.
In a message dated 11/18/2007 2:02:32 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
cathy.c@insightbb.com writes:
I can identify - I have one like that too! It is one of three, and  
while the rest are not as vocal, they all feel it their duty to wake  
me at 0500 - they just use different methods.

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Nov 18, 2007, at 10:42 AM, james singer wrote:

> Just got back from Tampa where I put Ms Fatma on a plane to  
> Worcester to spend Thanksgiving quarreling with her kids.  
> Yesterday, we took Bashful to the vet--to stay until Ms Fatma  
> returns. Bashful has a herpes infection in her left eye that  
> requires daily treatment--and since she won't come within 9 yards  
> of me, we decided the vet was the best alternative. This has upset  
> Squinty, of course. When Beans became upset, she tried to tear up  
> the living room rug. Squinty isn't destructive, however; when she  
> becomes upset, she talks about it. And even when she's not upset,  
> she's a real motor-mouth, so ever since I got back from Tampa,  
> she's been following me around like a puppy cat and voicing her  
> concerns. Sigh.

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