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Old 01-27-2012, 11:06 AM   #1
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Blonde wife installs cat door

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BLONDE Wife Installs A Cat Door

Poor little "Snookums", needs to go outdoors once in a while.
So, my darling wife decided to install a little door with hinges, so "Snookums" can go outside whenever she wants. My wife is very clever and handy with tools, so I decided to let her "handle" the installation all by herself. (Actually, she really doesn't want any help from me because I just might tell her "how" to do it, or "where" to install it!) She is always telling me, "Just because I'm blonde, doesn't mean I can't do anything"!

So, I decided to just sit back and videotape her while she is working. (Besides, it's HER cat, and I never did like that fleabag, anyway!)
Being the thoughtful and understanding husband that I am, it's only right that I applaud her for a "Job-Well-Done"!

Okay, it's time to watch the video!



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Old 01-27-2012, 11:18 AM   #2
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I thought for sure she was installing in a motorhome and the cat would decide to go out while they were traveling down the road
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Alas.. That is not all that nice.. funny as a blond joke but my Amber (Who is Amber, not blond) (She is also feline) did not like what was done to the cat.

I assume the cat that fell was ... Not a real cat (I hope it was not)
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Alas.. That is not all that nice.. funny as a blond joke but my Amber (Who is Amber, not blond) (She is also feline) did not like what was done to the cat.

I assume the cat that fell was ... Not a real cat (I hope it was not)



Not to worry, they always land on their feet don't they?
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The cat still has 8 lives left.
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I have a friend, Max. who tells of a case where a boyfriend (Well ex-boyfriend after this) tossed his Girlfriends (Again ex after this) kittens out a 7 story window.

As Max puts it... If he'd have been there the kitties would have had a soft landing cause the boyfriend would have gotten to the ground first.

MAX.... Is an animal crulity investigator for the Michigan Humane Society.. He's a very nice man, so long as you are nice to animals.. Some day I would like to meet him face to face (We talk on radio, like me he's a ham)
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Reminds me of the blonde who calls the airlines, asking how long a flight from Dallas to Chicago is and the info desk, real busy says, "just a moment". The blonde says thank you and hangs up.
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This reminds me of when I was a kid we were testing parachutes on stray cats we found around the neighborhood. We would tie a 3 foot parachute to the cat and take them to the roof of a 10 story building and drop them off. Worked great the first 2 times!!!!!.










Just kidding. This is not true, just a story. I would never do this.
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You're a bad man Wayne. Cat lovers will be protesting in your yard. Don't let them have any of my pie.

BTW made me laugh out loud. Didn't show it to the wife though. She has 3 cats
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I love cats....................................... they taste like chicken.
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We have seven cats, and I used to be on the Board of Directors for the local Humane Society. So I guess I'm an animal lover!

And, while I could tell the video was fake, I still got a laugh out of it!!
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I love cats....................................... they taste like chicken.
I saw that on a bumper sticker at the Waco airport a few years back, still one of my favorites. I realy like cats, I sometimes have a problem with thier owners.
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Blonde walks into the E.R. missing the end of her left index finger.
Doc is stitching her up, and asks, "How did this happen."
Blonde: "I was committing suicide."

Doc: "Um, errr, how does that translate to the finger injury?"
Blonde: "Well, I put the gun to my chest. But then I thought, I just spend $9,000 to get these babies fixed up and I don't want to ruin them. So I put the gun in my mouth. But then I thought, I just spent $3,000 getting all my teeth redone, and I want to look good for the funeral. So I put the gun in my right ear. But then I thought, this is going to be way too loud. So I stuck my index finger in my left ear."
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