Spend 15 minutes looking for the brat

By JJ
@JolietJake (36493)
September 14, 2017 6:40am CST
This happens fairly often. I'll realize I haven't seen or heard Scar for a bit, and I glance around the room and don't see him, so I go wandering through the house to see what he's up to. Quite often he may be at a window in a different room checking something out...perhaps a groundhog, or a chickmump (chipmunk)...and I have gotten several good photos of things thanks to his keen eyes. And other times I look...and I look...and I look...and he is nowhere to be found. Until I come back in to the computer and realize he was in the room with me all along. Maybe I need white sheets...
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@LadyDuck (109442)
• Switzerland
14 Sep
You need white sheets, or you can paint Scar, but he would not appreciate.
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@JolietJake (36493)
14 Sep
And of course the brat ignores me sitting here yelling for him...he won't make a sound
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@LadyDuck (109442)
• Switzerland
14 Sep
@JolietJake Cats are very good making no noises when we search for them.
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@MALUSE (28908)
• Denmark
14 Sep
You could also buy a collar with red reflectors.
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@JolietJake (36493)
14 Sep
He's currently wearing a light green one, but when he has his head tucked down I can't see it
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@MALUSE (28908)
• Denmark
14 Sep
@JolietJake Then maybe a collar with flashing lights?
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@maezee (24657)
• United States
14 Sep
You do need white sheets. I cant spot him! But then the white sheets could become covered in black cat hair.
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@JolietJake (36493)
14 Sep
At the back corner you can barely see an ear sticking up
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@RasmaSandra (10527)
• Riga, Latvia
14 Sep
Good one. The last time I spent a long time looking for Sid was because he was fast asleep in a bag and not moving. See bag tell me there is a cat in it
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@JolietJake (36493)
14 Sep
Dang it, don't go giving Scar any ideas
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• Germany
14 Sep
@RasmaSandra @JolietJake ..Gosh! Good thing, You didn`t thought of throwing it away!
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@RasmaSandra (10527)
• Riga, Latvia
14 Sep
@m_audrey6788 as soon as I would have grabbed the bag Sid would have jumped out.
@FayeHazel (8536)
• United States
14 Sep
Cats are good at that. Sometimes I worry that my parent's cat got out on me. I'll call and call for her, and there she was all the time
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@JolietJake (36493)
14 Sep
Scar is usually out front on his lead or trying to stand on the keyboard
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@FayeHazel (8536)
• United States
14 Sep
@JolietJake You have him lead trained? Wow!
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@Hatley (152529)
• Garden Grove, California
15 Sep
@JolietJake wonder he does not have a kttysite just for him and has prettty girl cats lol
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@Hannihar (4564)
20 Sep
I can relate to the looking part. My little Sophie does not like when there are lots of people here. There have been some times I thought she got out, but, the door to the building downstairs is closed so someone would see her. She just goes to a place that is safe for her away from everyone and when she feels like she comes out. I am so glad to see her when she does. I am so glad she does not run away.
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@SonjaRae (5699)
• United States
17 Sep
That was too cute! I can imagine not being able to find a "kitty" in your bed could be unsettling, but chalk it up to getting older JJ! Haha
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@nanette64 (11968)
• Fairfield, Texas
15 Sep
Or new glasses @JolietJake ?
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@GardenGerty (87806)
• Marion, Kansas
15 Sep
Princess finds the most interesting places to hide. I wonder if she has hidden my missing black bag for swimming.
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@kobesbuddy (7017)
• East Tawas, Michigan
15 Sep
Scar is just slick and he can quietly tip-toe around, as if he's walking on egg-shells! We had a black kitten, that use to hide on a shelf in my mother's clothes closet. One time, I remember looking into total darkness inside that cave and could only see two bright green eyes, staring back at me! That was eerie
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@toniganzon (37513)
• Philippines
14 Sep
Red sheets would be perfect too.
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@Platespinner (16822)
• Winston Salem, North Carolina
14 Sep
Clever kitty, he's figured out how to hide in plain sight!
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• Jacksonville, Florida
14 Sep
He does really blend in, that's too funny. I think you do need different color sheets!
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@FourWalls (8444)
• United States
14 Sep
White sheets? You Klansman!! (I shouldn't say that in jest...next thing you know, they'll be trying to ban white sheets....) I see his ear. What a sweetie. Of course, I don't have to live with him, waking me up at 2:30 AM every day....
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@NJChicaa (24981)
• United States
14 Sep
My black fluffy girl was a master of blending in with the laundry. I miss her.
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• Lakewood, Colorado
14 Sep
Yes he blends in.
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@sabtraversa (8508)
• Italy
14 Sep
You can't blame the chameleon. I like black sheets, it was hard to find some but I have those too.
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@sharon6345 (98814)
• United States
14 Sep
That was cute. My patches is never too far behind me. she loves to sit on my feet. rubbing her head on my toes. I can't stop sneezing or rubbing my nose then. Your cat is most likely right behind you.
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• Germany
14 Sep
..He got you with his black color!
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@Hatley (152529)
• Garden Grove, California
15 Sep
yes blackon black at times is hard to distinguiosh lo lol