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Live From the Laundry Room

Gerald Wilgus

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Think like this little bird.
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Gerald Wilgus

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Mew, my aspie cat, goes through bouts of frantic play and teasing, following me around, and retires under the bed for a while, before she feels social again.

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Rodafina

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The laundry room is currently base camp for him while we work on getting his confidence and sense of safety back.

Happy she has a safe spot to recuperate… Maybe it’s like a lot of us, in our rooms… We can go there to regenerate and regain the strength to face the world. Poor Potato Cat.
 
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Forest Cat

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So someone tried to break into your home in the middle of the day? Is it a bad neighborhood or what is going on there? That's terrible, poor Potato Cat.
 

Orange Glasses

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I’m sorry there was an attempted break-in at your home.

As mentioned before, if you place two Trail Cams outside of your home you will have photographic proof of any vandals. The one I previously recommended emits no visible light and an intruder would have no idea that it was there.

Please feel free to PM me with any questions.
 

Gerald Wilgus

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I think I know what an aspie cat is like. For the past two days Mew has been hiding in the closet or running from me. Now she is rolling around at my feet asking to be skritched.
 

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