I just brought Kitty into the "Power Zone." She enjoyed it.

@TheHorse (160172)
Walnut Creek, California
September 15, 2022 10:06pm CST
We all know that kitties are good at finding the power zone. If you spend a lot of time on guitar, they will nap near your guitar case. If you like to read in bed, they will nap on your pillow, next to your book. Kitty visited me just now. I picked her up and put her on my desk, where she knows not to venture without my permission. In all other ways, she owns me. I am her slave. She purred away, and wrote a post that no human MyLotter could understand. But I wanted to acknowledge her effort, even as I have edited it for humans to read.
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@DaddyEvil (94596)
• United States
16 Sep
I'm sure some of us might have been able to "read between the lines" and figured out what Kitty was trying to tell us, pony... You were just afraid that she was giving away some of your secrets.
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@TheHorse (160172)
• Walnut Creek, California
16 Sep
I think she was just glad to be on my desk.
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@DaddyEvil (94596)
• United States
16 Sep
@TheHorse Then she was probably typing a "Help me!" post.
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@TheHorse (160172)
• Walnut Creek, California
16 Sep
@DaddyEvil She is treated well.
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@MALUSE (69114)
• Germany
16 Sep
What kind of programme does the cat like to watch on TV? Tom and Jerry?
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@MALUSE (69114)
• Germany
16 Sep
@TheHorse No, these expressions don't exist in German.
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@TheHorse (160172)
• Walnut Creek, California
17 Sep
@MALUSE It's similar to your "I could give a gnat's fart about..." I could give a gnat's fart about American TV. I thumb my nose at American TV.
@TheHorse (160172)
• Walnut Creek, California
16 Sep
Like me, she paws her nose (do Germans use the expression "thumbs her nose"?) at TV. She doesn't care what's on my computer screen either. But I don't let her up on my desk that often.
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@TheSojourner (55336)
• United States
16 Sep
She's lovely colored/marked. You do quite well in kitty language editing, by the way.
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• United States
16 Sep
@TheHorse you probably speak better Spanish than I do. I could be a two and a half for 3-year-old speaking to you, though.
@TheHorse (160172)
• Walnut Creek, California
16 Sep
Why, thank you! One of my Spanish speaking 4-year-olds even said "...because you speak Spanish." yesterday! I am multi-lingual!
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@LadyDuck (408509)
• Switzerland
16 Sep
Kitty is cute. Cats know where you are going to stay and they want to be close to you.
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@LadyDuck (408509)
• Switzerland
16 Sep
@TheHorse My cat Gevi does the same, he also nibbles my foot, gently, not to hurt.
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@TheHorse (160172)
• Walnut Creek, California
17 Sep
@LadyDuck What is he "saying"? I am still learning "Cat."
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@TheHorse (160172)
• Walnut Creek, California
16 Sep
Kitty whacks me with her paw if I walk by her and don't give her enough attention.
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@JudyEv (286527)
• Rockingham, Australia
16 Sep
Good for Kitty. We just fed Qwacka Duck a short time ago. We hadn't seen him for three days so it's good to see him back again.
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@TheHorse (160172)
• Walnut Creek, California
16 Sep
Does Quacka eat qwackas? I forgot to post about it, but our rooster is crowing again. The coyotes didn't get him.
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@JudyEv (286527)
• Rockingham, Australia
17 Sep
@TheHorse That's great that the rooster is still going strong. Qwacka would probably like a qwacka.
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@TheHorse (160172)
• Walnut Creek, California
17 Sep
@JudyEv Here in California, ducks and geese will eat whatever you hold out to them.
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@arunima25 (75764)
• Bangalore, India
16 Sep
Well, if you posted that kitty post, you might have run into trouble. Some here can understand kitty and your your secrets. Good that you edited it and made it suitable for human to read.
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@TheHorse (160172)
• Walnut Creek, California
16 Sep
I don't think Kitty has figured out how to take photos.
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@TheHorse (160172)
• Walnut Creek, California
23 Sep
@arunima25 Yeah, that's supposedly my specialty. Right now she's sitting at my feet, licking her left paw. But I know she's secretly spying on me.
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@arunima25 (75764)
• Bangalore, India
23 Sep
@TheHorse Let her keep exploring. She might find it soon. You have to give her the time and space to grow up and learn
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@BarBaraPrz (38496)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
16 Sep
So where's her post?
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@snowy22315 (143210)
• United States
16 Sep
Most kittles like to be close to their humans even if that means lying on the computer keyboard. Nico likes to perch on the arms of the chair.
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@TheHorse (160172)
• Walnut Creek, California
23 Sep
They are "protecting us."
@wolfgirl569 (61136)
• Marion, Ohio
16 Sep
She looks very content there,
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@TheHorse (160172)
• Walnut Creek, California
16 Sep
Heh. She seems content wherever she is.
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@LindaOHio (103648)
• United States
16 Sep
Our fur babies like to be right where we are.
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@TheHorse (160172)
• Walnut Creek, California
16 Sep
Yep. There's no place like home
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@LouAvul (1092)
16 Sep
Yes, our cat is in charge of our household as well and sits wherever he wants.
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@TheHorse (160172)
• Walnut Creek, California
16 Sep
The fate of cat "owners."
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