Photo Comments Age: 16 Years Sex: Female Weight: 9 lbs.
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October 14th 1998
Following Dad around and refuting his philosophies, tummy rubs, awaiting the approximate moment when the reading light goes out in order to sleep next to Dad
Other cats, dogs, Mom--anyone who isn't her Dad
She's too sophisticated for toys
Favorite Nap Spot:
Dad's lap, Dad's chair, Dad's side of the bed, the top of Mom's dresser, while successfully knocking down all of her stuff! Shaggy blue pillow (Dad's)
Science Diet Adult Maintence
Philosophic enquiry and engaging in uncatlike activity (she's evolved beyond catdom to Uberfeline)
Upon leaving for college, Dad, being without a feline in his life for the first time, adopted sisters from a litter of his recently departed Grandmother's, thus keeping the family tradition alive. Nietzsche quickly took to her father, dividing Dad's time that summer between studying 19th Century German philosophy (when Nietzsche was asleep) and Dad cleaning her and her sister up after having left the litter box (during Nietzsche's waking hours).
Out of a household dominated by felines, Nietzsche, however predictably, is the sole feline atheist of the family.
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Dog is Dead
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October 22nd 2006 3:03 am
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It never ceases to amaze me how predictable my human overlords are. For example, over the last few months both the male and the female of the household have been perpetually befuddled at how the charges on their credit cards have appeared. After much interrigation of one another, they then being speculating upon whether or not it was possible that a burglar broke into the house, took the credit cards, charged $37.52 to madcattoys.com, returned the cards, and then disappeared into the night. So be it. I have little pity for organisms that so readily dismiss and underestimate the power of the duclaw on top of the coincidental irony of their computer having a mouse. It's not as if one of the dogs would have the slightest clue as to what to do if they were to encounter a mouse, be it a live rodent or the one which I will use shortly to overnight Dav Pilkey's novel, KAT KONG. Now there's a more realistic depiction of our feline capabilities.
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