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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-10-2005, 03:13 PM Thread Starter
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My cat ATE my homework!

HA & dogs get all the blame!! LOL

My daughter was working on a school assignment & Maggie kept either attacking the paper or was biting the corner & running off with it!

(luckily I had the camera near by)

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Te he he. That's too cute!
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LOL Kay! My Smokie does that, too! He will chew corners of stuff!

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post #6 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-10-2005, 03:43 PM
 
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I am a Lecturer and have had some poor excusses why homework / assignments have not been complete, but I have never had one use that excuse of a cat eating their work ..... but there is time
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I thought Dogs were supose to do that!?!?!?!?
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LOL Brant! that was the first thing I was thinking last night as I was laughing my head off... she is one crazy kitty I tell ya! To make it worse... we would take it away only for her to chase it down & do it again, and again, and again..... she would even play tugo-war with it! I have never seen a cat do this... it was absolutely hilarious!
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I had a cat do that when I was in school. My cat Baby literally chewed up a whole report the night before it was due! I brought it in all chewed up and they still didn't believe me! Teacher called my mom about it. I got an extention but still had to do the whole report over again! At least your daughter has proof! Can't argue when the pics are so funny
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post #10 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-10-2005, 04:57 PM
 
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My cat to get attention kept on sitting on homework to stop you doing it, and when revising for exams he sat on the revision books. I did not mind at the time as I did not like homework, and disliked revision even more.
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LOL, that's funny! I guess it's not just dogs...I can't do homework with my mini-lop rabbit around because she steals it and runs off, chewing it .




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Dutchie has done that to Zach before...luckily, he didn't want to do it twice and snatched it back...what is it with mini lops and homework?

This is a little off topic but indeed somewhat related to animals and schooling:

There was a guy I dated in high school that had a spider monkey, and he was telling us about the monkey doing something bad and how he disaplined it. Well the teacher walked in at that moment and didn't believe the conversation at all! She had to call his mother only to find out he really did have a pet monkey!
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Ollie does that too. He will destroy anything!
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