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Monday, September 12, 2005
How to Tell if Your Cat is Real!
(From Pamela, our correspondent in Bay Ridge.)
A true cat will endure discomfort for hours and wait patiently until 3 AM to cough up a hairball on your bed.
A true cat always comes between you and your newspaper.
A true cat would rather eat what you're having, even if what you fixed for him is better than what you fixed for yourself.
A true cat waits until you are watching your favorite TV show before asking to go out, and come in, and go out, and come in, etc.
True cats have perfected the guilt-provoking stare.
A true cat prefers your flower bed to her litter box.
A true cat never willingly laps up hairball remedy, no matter what the instructions on the package say.
A true cat can find and discard the smallest pill in the largest heap of food.
That's why administering a pill to a true cat is a two-person job.
Sometimes a three-person job.
A true cat doesn't do tricks.
A true cat abhors a closed door.
When caught misbehaving, a true cat pretends he was doing something else.