Opie greets 2022

Opie greets 2022. Opie gets probably the least exposure in this blog. She lives primarily in her own room, so the boys cannot bother her too much. They like to chase her, but she doesn’t like that at all. The other day, Scooby came in and went to bed in her cat bed. She wouldn’t go in it after that, so it is in the washing queue and Greg replaced her bed with a “clean” one free of Scooby cooties. These beds of which there are five are about 12 years old and get rotated to keep them from wearing out and washed carefully. Quite happy in her bed she has no desire to get up for 2022. Maybe in 2023 if we all live so long. Meow! PS Greg went out foraging for canned cat food and scored some new things we like at PetSmart store. Stress level reducing for the moment.

Opie
Opie
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  1. It’s wonderful that you accommodate Opie’s sensitivities with a cooty-free bed. Congrats on scoring cat food. We’re ok on food but I should replenish the litter supply. It’s amazing how quickly 4 cats go through litter.

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  2. Opie! Around here, Kozmo and Me are BOTH scared of Jo Jo! She has the fastest whappy paws in the world and she has no qualms about smacking either of us to sleep where she wants! She also gets furrst dibs on the food dishes! We are lucky, Mom has been scoring cat food. She checks everywhere she goes…and we are not picky eaters. It’s the litter she’s worried about!

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  3. Opie and Roary should get together. Roary spends A LOT of time in the bedroom to get away from Levi. He likes Levi but Levi plays way too rough. So, much of the time when Levi is home, Roary is in the back on his favorite blanket (he has beds that he never uses). I hear ya about the cat food. I had to switch to Purina for a bit because Chewy was out of the Royal Canin that Roary usually eats. I’m grateful for the Purina though, big time!!!

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  4. I’ve gotta say as I’ve said many times before- I’m thankful I’m an only cat! I don’t think I could deal with that. I don’t have a special bed of my own because I pretty much own every darn surface in our home.

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  5. We know how potent those cooties can be! After Dougy, Andy’s late brother, died, Andy wouldn’t spend any time on things Dougy had once claimed as part of his territory, especially the ottoman. It took months “past Dougy” before Andy finally started sleeping on the ottoman (for example), but only when there is a writing board covering the top of the ottoman! Yes., those cooties are powerful, so I totally understand Opie’s disturbed indignation that her bed had been used by…horrors!….Scooby!

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  6. Nice to see beautiful Opie. We have that same bed and a gray one like that too. They have held up well. My Joanie is in the bedroom most of the time because many of the cats like to chase her. Rosie and Emmy go in there and Sammy does as long as I am there to supervise him. 🙂

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  7. opie I so totally dont blame you for not wanting to sleep in a cootee infested bed either and by the way you look FABulous and I daresay I’m happy dad found some food and tell him to check PetCo also with hugs from dai$y queen of the run on sentence =^..*= ♥♥

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