Shields up!

Shields up!

May 12, 2013

Journal

It makes me crazy that I can’t seem to remember that the cats, while adorable, are still vandals at heart. I have documented several of their escapades when they were younger.

The food destruction:

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The paper towel destruction:

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The toilet paper:

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The….. coupon? list? whatever it was, it was thoroughly drowned.

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There is less paper destruction now, but one thing that hasn’t changed is findng a loaf of bread and gnawing on it.

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Grrrrrrr. What makes me madder is that I know I should keep baked goods in the microwave, but I forget!

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Stupid, stupid Lauren. Good thing they make a cat-proof force field for bread. Today I bought an actual breadbox!

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The bonus? We can use it for measurement purposes, too.

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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3 Responses to “Shields up!”

  1. Peggy Said on:

    Hahaha! Those pictures are hilarious! (I know it’s not hilarious when you have to clean it up)

    And to the 3 vandals:

    http://splicd.com/-geZFZ6K2tU/113/139

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    • Deborah Said on:

      Very funny! But also quite disturbing. Is he really talking about a cat? If he is, I would have to say that’s a bit odd. If he’s not, who would want to look like a cat? I, for one, would not want cat lips.

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  2. Brad Said on:

    It’s just their instincts kicking in:
    “The majestic cat patiently stalks his prey: the loaf of bread. Usually loaves of bread stay in herds, but sometimes a single loaf will become isolated. That’s when the cat makes his move…”

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