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Old 09-25-2014, 08:29 AM   #1
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lol!
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Let me know how that works out for you!
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Now that is funny. Dogs are so mean lol.
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Thanks for the giggles!

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My granddaughter said the way to turn a new pair of jeans into fashionable, torn, shredded, holey ones is to put the jeans into a front-loader dryer-no heat, then the cat, and turn it on.
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My granddaughter said the way to turn a new pair of jeans into fashionable, torn, shredded, holey ones is to put the jeans into a front-loader dryer-no heat, then the cat, and turn it on.

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I tried this way to wash our cats. Warning: It didn't work! Everything was going real well in Step 1 to Step 4, BUT when I got to the "Power Wash" Step (#5) it all went south. Literally. In my coach when I flush the toilet a white ball opens up and everything drops into the Poo Pit or technically known as the black tank.

Now how on earth do I get two MAD cats out of the tank? Last seen one was not so happily doing the breast stroke and the other one was standing on something that was floating.

Good news is our dog was to big to fit in the toilet, so he is real happy right now not having to share the coach with his two feline siblings!
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I tried this way to wash our cats. Warning: It didn't work! Everything was going real well in Step 1 to Step 4, BUT when I got to the "Power Wash" Step (#5) it all went south. Literally. In my coach when I flush the toilet a white ball opens up and everything drops into the Poo Pit or technically known as the black tank.

Now how on earth do I get two MAD cats out of the tank? Last seen one was not so happily doing the breast stroke and the other one was standing on something that was floating.

Good news is our dog was to big to fit in the toilet, so he is real happy right now not having to share the coach with his two feline siblings!

Somehow I don't think those instructions applied to RV toilets!
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This is what our now departed cat Nicki looked like when she got a bath (not actually a pic of her but looks exactly like her).
She didn't really fight it all that much but I don't think she liked it much.

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You people are killing me! I'm sitting here alone at my puter just howling to myself. I love it.
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