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Monday, June 6, 2011

my certificate

I have a certificate of my friendship bear Emma, but Lynettea hasn't photographed it to put in the computer so I can put it on my blog.

She really does need quite a bit of retraining. I am not sure how I will manage this, as I am rather feeling my age and the cold. I am spending a lot of time on my Snugglesafe heating pad or under the blanket on the bed. I don't want to lose the opportunity to publicize my bear though.
Maybe I need to give Lynettea some kind of a reminder.I don't like to slap at her or bite her, as she does try to look after me in her rather limited way. What do you suggest?


The Cat From Hell said...

Dear Diamond,
Me finds being extra sweet, cuddly with purrs and kitty kisses thrown in works very well. Anbd it it don't, then me wacks them!!!

The Whiskeratti said...

Hmm.... the Stare. It works for us. Get right up close and just Stare at her.

meowmeowmans said...

Maybe meowing real loud in the middle of the night would work, Diamond. That always seems to get our mom and dad's attention! - Sammy and Moosey

Amy and The House of Cats said...

Hi Diamond! We say a hairball makes a great reminder - right where she puts her foot down first thing in the morning. It always works for us with our mom when we need to remind her about something!

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

Nudge her - literally! When my human is not paying enough attention to me, I jump on the desk and slap her and whap her with my head. She thinks it is headbutting and I am being affectionate, but I am really trying to do damage.

Uh-oh, I hope the authorities don't consider this Human Abuse!

Keisha said...

My hoomans can't resist when I rubs on their ankles. :)

Kari said...

Gentle kisses, sweet purrs and and those longing kitty eyes. If that doesn't work, pee on her blanket. Beans always understand pee!