Re: cooking fat
Dave <jrzoyrl@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Doggammit, I wish my tanancy allowed me to have a cat. <sniff>
Does the tenancy specify any particularly onerous penalty if you do get a
I've always considered that the agreements are mere suggestions. After all,
if the landlord considers "will provide a gas safety certificate" as
optional, I'll do the same with bits of the contract I don't like.
- Re: hiya!
... I can't think of anything more boring for a cat. ... Her original name, when they still thought she would be a registered showcat, was Cashmere (all the kittens in her litter had the names of types of cloth beginning with a C; the only other one I remember now is Chenille), and that was then shortened to Mere. ... long ago when first reading Shakespeare's "The Tempest" that I wanted to name a cat Miranda one day. ...
- [LWG] Little White Guy (Stan disregard)
... Little White Guy is a longhaired male cat whose family moved off and left ... and both felines left enough hair to build a dozen ... screen of the screened-in patio, so they knew him; and the ones who had not ... his prep for this new lifestyle cost a mere $365. ...
- Re: OT: Lifes simpler pleasures.
... Full of P& V ready to play: ... Then, a mere few months later, she has completely adapted our lifestyle ... and much smaller than "that damn cat". ...
- Re: umm...wheres the mousetrap?
... Anyway, think cat, your ecologically-friendly rodent control method. ... Mere months ... ago, in the apartment we lived in before buying this house, he'd go ... run rampant through he house. ...