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Cats require at least half the bed?

 
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So woke up this morning to the cat being half way on my bed!

Turns out i move away from the cat, she than moves closer, rinse and repeat!
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Ha Ha Jordan;  Only one?   Wait until you have a dozen.
 
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A mastiff will do the same thing, but you may find it's far harder to move the mastiff.
 
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Is your cat a female?  If so this may be true:



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Anne Miller wrote:Is your cat a female?  If so this may be true:



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That is so funny!

Yes she is a female!
 
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My (male) chihuahua used to do the same thing.
 
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