Wednesday, June 23, 2010

They Brought Down the Curtain - Literally

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Notice anything different? Yep. The kittens took down the drapes. I'm not sure who did it or how it happened, but yesterday afternoon I walked into the living room and discovered the drapes draped on the back of the couch, with kittens napping on top of them. I fear the cellular shades are next.


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That's right, naughty kittens. You better run.

24 comments:

  1. I suppose it wasn't funny at the time, but who needs window dressing when kittens grace the view? I just adore the A-E group.

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  2. Oh dear! This happened when my RD - not a kitten, but a 10 lb. orange terror - decided to take a running jump at my bedroom curtains... Down they came, tearing a hole in the plaster and lathe wall into which the rod brackets were screwed!

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  3. We had that a couple weeks back - but at our house it makes sense because the curtains are on those clip thingies. But yeah, the kittens favorite place to play is in the curtains - I am surprised you don't have it happen more often!

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  4. *giggle-snort* That's one wild, itty-bitty litter!

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  5. Bad kitties! (hehehe) I suspect it took several kitties hanging from the drapes to bring them down. But they all agreed to play innocent. :)

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  6. Aww, they just want the sunlight! My cats tend to squeeze in behind the blinds. I come home and there's this telltale lump in the blinds, usually in the big living room window. The thing is, they don't even have the excuse of being kittens! My youngest cat is a good year old now, practically a teenager. And the older one could be her grandpa. Where is the dignity, I ask you.

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  7. Ooooo you little stinkers! This litter does seem naughtier than most. I love it. :D

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  8. Naughty bunch of kitties warms my heart, but I'm not sure how warm my heart would be if it were my curtains.

    snicker snicker

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  9. Is it wrong of me to laugh???? [snicker]

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  10. Don't they know the curtain comes down on the 24th of July when we have raised $40 squillion?

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  11. You have a very mischievous bundle of kittens don't you?

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  12. That's what happens when you have a big bunch of kids. I have a friend with triplets, and man! do they CONSPIRE.

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  13. It looks like if there's havoc to be had, Clement and Emory are right in the middle of it.

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  14. If you can't eat them, play with them, or sleep on them, what's the point of them?!
    And when the sun has been shining on the drapes all day long then they're warm and snuggly - perfect for kittin-napping.

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  15. Why is this always so amusing when it happens to someone else? Time to nap in the sun, Mama Kitty.

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  16. Kodiak and Kenai's momJune 23, 2010 at 10:07 AM

    Oh my goodness, that really cracked me up. I'm on vacation in Alaska and have very limited internet access. The first thing I do when I manage to get online is come visit the A-Es, and it was definitely worth it today. Who cares if I actually get to read any of my e-mail, (public library computers have a 30 minute limit)I'd much rather spend the time following the antics of these guys. I wish there were someone at my house updating the status of my cats (Hi K&K)so I could check in on them too. Fortunately, we have no curtains only unreachable valances!

    Also, I'm glad to read from G's comment that the fundraiser goes until the 24th of July. I won't be back home until the 13th and I certainly don't want to access my PayPal account from a public computer. I was thinking I would miss a chance to donate to this wonderful cause but it looks like I'll be home in plenty of time.

    IBKC kitties rule!

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  17. My one year old cats have taken down my curtains and curtain rod multiple times as they try to get to the lizards (preferrably the green ones) outside the window. I gave up and take down the curtains on days that the lizards are around. Not much you can to other than laugh and take pictures (which is what I did)

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  18. Oh you know that cats view your drapes as entertainment. They think when they see you put them up, oh good, time for fun now. Naughty kittehs! ;-)

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  19. Jeeze Louise, is this litter the Wild Bunch or what??? And it's true, this is seriously amusing when it happens in someone else's home.

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  20. Judging from who was silhouetted on them in a previous post I'm pointing the finger at the innocent looking, but thouroughly guilty Clement. Probably why he was hiding in the t-shirt drawer...LOL

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  21. The curtains must have been a) in the way b) fun to climb on c) sprinkled with catnip. (Cute pictures!)

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  22. LOL..Sweet little cute devil kitties..this litter is really a bunch of naughty babies...but we love them soooo much to forgive all their naugty actions...

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  23. Well, now you know the kitten load bearing capacity of those curtains...

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  24. LOL! So mischievous and so cute at the same time. ^__^

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