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    So much for drawing this evening...

    Apparently my drawing chair is in use.

    So much for drawing this evening...


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    Could be worse; the cat at my Grandpa's house hates me.

    Now that I think of it she looks like she could be related to Illy.
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    Cats are ass holes.
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    At least your cat doesn't sleep in a position such as this.

    Really, he's sleeping. Sleeps in these kinds of positions all the time.

    So much for drawing this evening...

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    Aw, how precious.

    Can't blame her. If I was that cute I'd go around stealing people's seats too. And a hell of a lot more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hippl5 View Post
    At least your cat doesn't sleep in a position such as this.
    Oh, I don't know about that...

    So much for drawing this evening...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pitabread View Post
    Oh, I don't know about that...
    I don't know if this is specific to Scottish folds, but my cat always likes to sit on his butt like this one:

    So much for drawing this evening...


    He also whines a lot.

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    oh no.. dont get me started

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    cat-sitted my brother's cat last year. needless to say not much work done when this happenned. his name is Food...

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    Dcept and me also had a visit from the procrastination kitty earlier this week.


    Instead of painting i had to play red alert 3.. He sat like that for an hour while i played.
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    Kitty says nooo. Dcept wasn't allowed to paint either.
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    I have a desk cat too!

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    I used to like sketching on the bed in my spare room. The room is a shell, devoid of anything except a bed. It was my lovely little escapism room. But no more. Now my cat tends to lay with her legs astride like some council estate teen ****. Oh, the depravity. One can only flee from the scene and end up slumped in the living room. Is it any wonder my sketch pages lack spark!

    So much for drawing this evening...

    Slash: If even your pets are trying to curb your Wacom usage, maybe it really is time to see a specialist?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slash View Post
    Kitty says nooo. Dcept wasn't allowed to paint either.
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    Awww, that's classic. I just the expression on your kitty's face.

    As for me, no drawing today either it seems. I must buy a second chair...

    So much for drawing this evening...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kek View Post
    I have a desk cat too!
    I love how content your kitty looks sprawled out like that.

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    ok who through the LOL cats grenade in here 0_0?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert.B View Post
    ok who through the LOL cats grenade in here 0_0?
    meh::
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    God i miss having a cat :<
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    Dogs > Cats

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    S.M : This.... thing is definitely not a dog.
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    And I can't even close the door . (that's pretty old photo though)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kek View Post
    I have a desk cat too!
    That some style, reminds me of my old kittie..

    I taught him to sleep in his back with his paws spread in four directions, so I could scratch his huge belly. He taught me not to work and that keyboards are beds, not something to type with.

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    MorteM, I'm so sorry about your cat!

    I really really miss having one..
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    So much for drawing this evening...So much for drawing this evening...Mmmm.. Birds.
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    So many cats and birds... O_O

    MorteM, that's what happened with most of my cats...they ran. Some were giving away and one died by his own will. I think I'm better off just staring at cats from afar.

    Awwwwwww...I want a cat after looking at all these ones!!

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    Kiki makes a most excellent headrest...
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    Ya get up for a few minutes to grab a soda and this is what you get.

    XanaChama- I was given a similar treatment, not so much on the eraser portion but just below it.


    So much for drawing this evening...

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