Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Cat flap saga - episode #42761

Five years on! A story in pictures .....









Staff training is proceeding satisfactorily!

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saga - a story that goes on and on and on and on ............

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40 comments:

  1. My mom-person say´s your pictures gave her today´s laugh ??
    I have NO idea why she find´s this amusing ??
    I think this is normal procedure !!

    XOXO

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  2. Oh yea, you are making progress fur sure!

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  3. Ah, yes, Grasshopper, we must train and train. The humans are slow to learn. Haha!
    Love,
    Moses the Studio Cat

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  4. Oh yeah, Austin...you got her trained pretty good. :)

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  5. That's funny. You're doing a great job training your staff.

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  6. You have done a great job of training your human, Austin!

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  7. Good job. Wow, what a gorgeous view you have Austin beyond the cat flap to the hills.

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  8. MOL ! Well done ! Angel Hercule never accepted to go through the cat flap to go out, he needed the door open too ! Purrs

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  9. Looks like you may finally be getting there!!

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  10. Training humans....one of the more frustrating dooties we must perform as their keepers. Looks like you had to work hard on the cat flap deal!

    Hugs, Sammy

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  11. MOL Aaaaw yous so cute. Good luck wiff dat hooman twainin'. Yous know yous gotta make 'em fink it wuz their idea. MOL

    Luv ya'

    Dezi

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  12. Good job Austin getting the staff all trained. We have ours trained too to open and shut doors. Love the pictures. You all have a wonderful Wednesday.

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  13. The trials and tribulations of human ownership are never ending Austin. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  14. The cat trap-door seems to work under human power. Good idea, Austin.

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  15. Austin that is absolutely hilarious. You have to be firm when training and (re)training staff. The views of the mountains in the "I'm telling" photo are gorgeous. Mom loves mountains
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  16. Ha ha! Who needs a cat door when you have well-trained staff??!!

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  17. Great job! Happy WW!

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

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  18. dood....seer ee iz lee...ewe shuld teech a class...thiz bee eggs cell ant !!! ♥♥♥

    high paws N head bonks....ouch....
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  19. Staff are hard to train but EVENTUALLY, they catch on. MOUSES!

    Purrs,
    Nissy

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  20. Hahah looks like you have then wrapped wrong your paws

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  21. Keep 'em guessing. That’s what I say. “In or out” as the old neighbor in the big house would say.

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  22. It's not easy training the staff, eh, Austin.
    Empathetic purrs,
    the kitty brats

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  23. You are the master, Austin! Great job at keeping the mum on her toes!

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  24. MOl oh Austin yer shure got yer Mum trained so guud!! Me needz a few tipz here ;)
    Da werd of da day waz bery funny too...me tellz alot of sagaz...
    Lub Nylablue n Mum (blah, blah, blah...)

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  25. ROFL!!! You totally ROCKED the human training course Austin!!

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  26. MOL... what's next on the list of tricks you will teach your staff Austin?

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  27. OH I LOVED THAT! If I were allowed out it would be the same thing! Our Robin was indoor-outdoor and she had us at the click of a claw doing her bidding and liking it. Even at 5 in the morning when nature called!

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  28. Good job sweet Austin you are making great progress training. Keep up the good work, it just takes time. Hugs and nose kisses

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  29. Such a cute post! My kitties want me to open the cat door allot too.

    Debby in Arizona
    http://homelesscatcare.blogspot.com/

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  30. Trained to perfection Austin.
    I don't like anything touching my nose, so mum took the flap off when I was young which means we have a flapless cat flap. She slides the locking part down at night to keep me indoors.

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  31. You have a CAT FLAP????
    You're living right, Austin!
    ; )

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  32. Wow! What a cool cat flap. Good luck training your human -- they can be slow learners.

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  33. Wowsers, you sure do put the Staff through her paces, dontcha?

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  34. Training humans is difficult! Good luck!

    -Achae

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