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"Hey man, I think you've had enough 'nip' already. The ball is over here stupid!" One old soda box, plus one jingle ball, plus two cats equals . . . PARTY!

Jack is the kitty in the chair. He's the one that is the "problem child". Here he's captured in one of the rare....and I do mean rare moments when he isn't in some kind of trouble. Belle is the kitty with her head stuck in the box. She's my "matronly" cat.


The only reason she can't get into trouble with Jack is because she's so bottom heavy, she can't jump onto things. However, we keep our liquors for our coffee's on the bottom shelf in one of our cabinets. She opens the cabinet by herself, goes in, and licks the liquor of the necks of the bottles. Do they have AA for cats?

Editor's Note: Jack is also featured in the picture - Angel and Jack from an earlier contest entry.

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By Connie (Guest Post)
January 25, 20050 found this helpful

I would wipe the neck of the bottle with a wet cloth before returning it to the cabinet. This way she would only get the scent, (maybe), and not the "left-over" yummy and would begin to ignore the special cabinet door.

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January 22, 20070 found this helpful

to help your puppy through the teething stage you need to give him/her own toys.

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