I am a cute kitty. Don't have many problems in the world but would like to know how I can be the master of the window. Siggy thinks all windows are his and won't share them with me. My usual trick is to take one of his most favorite toys. I then walk where he can see me with his toy. When he runs after his toy I jump in the window.
Post by Chris in NM on Apr 26, 2008 20:39:34 GMT -6
Hi Ditto! Welcome to the message board, young man - er kitty! Well, in this instance, I do believe that Siggy is your senior, so maybe you might want to just bide your time a bit. Yes, you are such a cute kitty, at least I think so! Chris in NM
I am not only his senior by 16 years but I am much bigger than Ditto. I get sunny time in the windows and he can have the windows all the rest of the time. It seems fair to me.
Ditto is always picking on me. I am afraid of nothing except little bugs or anything that resembles little critters. In my old age my sight is getting worse. Ditto will act if he has a little bug by trying to kill it and I assume it is one of those dreadful bugs. He puts it right under my nose while I am taking my afternoon nap. When I wake up it scares me to death. My general reaction is to take my safety spot on top of the refrigerator until my master comes back. Later I find out it was a piece of yarn or a string. All I can say is it looked sure looked real to me.
Post by Chris in NM on Apr 27, 2008 19:33:17 GMT -6
Awwwww, Siggy! I am so sorry that Ditto picks on you! That is not nice! I feel so sorry for you! We lost our doggie early this month due to old age, blind, deaf and a stroke. I will take your part! That little clown Ditto is so cute, though. How can you ignore him?
Siggy, I hear your cry for help across the world all the way to Australia.
I have a solution to your problem, only your Mum may not like it. Find a big box, put in some treats and entice Ditto into it, then close it and seal it down and call the Fed-Ex man and send him to me. I promise to look after him and he won't be a bother to you anymore.
Post by Chris in NM on Apr 29, 2008 5:27:53 GMT -6
Good morning Siggy! Well, Our doggie's name was Rowdy. He was a minature pinscher and only weighed 5 lbs. or less when he had his stroke last month. He was 17 years old, was blind and deaf. He had a good life, but he wanted to go "home". I don't think he would have scared you as he was so little! You are probably bigger than he ever was! When he was well, he weighed between 8 and 9 lbs.
You and Ditto take care and try to behave for your Mom!
Elizabeth what a great idea to get a big box and send it to Australia with Siggy in it. He likes to travel more than I do. My favorite trick when two dogs were living with us was to hide the dog's bones in the closet and when they went in looking for them, I would jump on the door and slam the closet door. I took my Master a long time to figure out how they ended up in the closet everytime she left the house. I loved the doggies (Buddy and Mugsy) but loved to see if they would fall for the trick one more time. I guess they never learned from their mistakes because it worked every time. Ditto
Post by elizabethr on Apr 29, 2008 17:14:19 GMT -6
Ditto, both you and Siggy are very welcome to come for a visit or forever! I can arrange for a daily visit from Mia, she is a foxy doggie who lives two doors away and often comes and barks at my front door. Anyway will leave it up to you who would like to come...May be your Mum would like to come..... love and cuddles to you, Siggy and your Mum from Elizabeth, Bendigo, Australia