Monday, November 13, 2006

Ohch, get your claws out of me!

Ginger is settling in and we are adjusting. I’m quite sure she thinks her name is “Ahhh, Ouch, NOOOO! Let go!” Due to her tendency to perch on shoulders and climb legs, rather or not they are covered with clothing.
As you can see, she has taken up a rightful place next to the computer so she can keep both eyes on me. I have become her mother, DS-12 a nice companion and DS-7 a large, fun toy.
Augh, I just caught sight of her out of the corner of my eye. She’s circling. Thank goodness I put my blue jeans on this morning.
I must try to sneak away and get a\ho shower (whoops, she walked across the keyboard). 3333333333333333333333333b ngh555555555555555555555
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Note to self. Buy a water sprayer and work on teaching her some manners.

4 comments:

Karen said...

The claws... I know them well. When I got Gigi she came with a free claw clipping. They have grown back. I need to figure out how to clip them myself because it's like owning a time bomb full of sharp little knives!

Wyo sis said...

But, she's soooo cute! Try an emery board to blunt the trauma of those nasty claws. I'm afraid to clip them, I would have a come-apart if they started to bleed.

Big Sis said...

You could try SOFT PAWS, which are little plastic claw covers that are glued on each claw, sort of the oppisite of artifical nails(claws) on humans. They are supposed to last three months, but on my other cat they lasted about three min. if I could get them on her in the first pkace. The cat I have now is declawed, but she came that way, I don't know if I could ever have that done to a cat that didm't come already user friendly. She is a cutie!

Sonia said...

oh my...she is gorgeous! My daughter wants a siamese for christmas...but the she devil cat we now would probably kill it.