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Graham Phillips
Frequent User
Username: playtime

Post Number: 249
Registered: 03-2019
Posted on Thursday, 16 April, 2020 - 14:27:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IP

G'day everyone,....

Well yesterday I drove Camilla to work to give her some exercise after having sat for at least 3 weeks,....

Well she was a little sluggish to start as the battery was down a tad,..

But I noticed she had some road grime on her and had no time to wash her.

SO when I got home last night I left her outside and gave her a wash this morning while she warmed up.

Trouble is, while I was inside after having washed her and getting my 'traveller' Coffee for the trip to work Jelly has come and walked all over her so unbeknown to me with Camilla still dripping wet I head off to work,....

Well there I am all smug and self satisfied at what a good job I have done making Camilla all pretty again she is being dried by the air flow,...

You can see where this is going right?,....

Yup, the water dries off and leaves all these 'Cat tracks' from the boot to the bonnet,....

I swear when I get home tonight I am gonna brush his fur against the grain!

That'll teach him!

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Patrick Ryan
Grand Master
Username: patrick_r

Post Number: 2239
Registered: 04-2016
Posted on Friday, 17 April, 2020 - 05:21:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IP

That made me laugh Graham,

My cat used to do the same thing.
Couldnít keep her off it, car cover or not, Iíd find her perched on the roof.

Thatís pretty harsh, against the grain
He wonít be happy!

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