Nala's tell-all blog! Quad-bonding and more! Nala, Alice, Harley Quinn and Barnaby (aka Big Bunny).

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    LOL... our bunns have gone through some fugly molts as well, if that's what you mean by 'messed up'... Nala usually molts without bizarrely distinct lines forming, but she's the cactus-butt queen. Barnaby gets pretty cactus-y as well. HQ has had weird, jagged lines down the middle of her face recently. Alice just poofs fur 24/7/365.

    Our cats do look pretty similar. There's a long haired gray and white one, Chanel, who is mommy to three of the others. Claire is a tortie, Pokey is brown and black striped, Donnie looks like the million black cats in the shelters (but with a white spot on his tummy) and Ruby is long-haired black with white on her chest. Ruby is the only one not related to the other cats. They also had another black sibling, but with a panther face (Reginald) and a tuxedo cat brother (Alvin) - we gave those two to relatives, though Alvies got hit by a car last year and passed away :(.

    Music is the answer to a lot of life's problems, just so you know.

    Ferrets are like having 2 year old human children for a decade. I remember another girl in my dorm who knew I was animal-savvy coming to me in a panic because her (forbidden) ferret had gone through the cable-hole cutout in her desk and gotten the plastic ring stuck around his middle, lol.

    I've gotta wrap this up, as hubby wants me back to playing video games with him... but don't feel guilty about posting on my blog like this! I love it! This blog is nothing like what it started out as, but I ended up with something even better than anticipated. Life is like that. I love that we have "therapy" in here! It's so liberating to be able to bare your soul without fear of judgement or scrutiny. Sometimes it's even worth pulling the wool over one's own eyes in that regard. For example, I have myself convinced that no one would ever bother to read my blog unless they were already predisposed to accept me, neuroses and all.
     
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    Oh yeah, so we talked to hubby's paternal gma yesterday to see how his dad was doing. It seems he got out of the mental hospital and went to a halfway house instead of back with his mom... Where he ended up smoking crack again after 5+ years of being off it. God.

    Husband and I are debating between playing rock-paper-scissors to see who gets to kick his dad's ass first and just tag-teaming the m.f.er.
     
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    Why must my mornings so often involve the unwelcome discovery of puke? >.>

    Naturally, I (once again) made this discovery foot-first as I'm quite blind without my glasses and just wanted a glass of ice water before returning to bed.

    In this regard, rabbits are infinitely superior to cats. Unfortunately, having both means cats have far too much access to hay, which of course is a big part of why I so often wake up to puke.

    On the plus side, at least we have ZERO carpeting these days!
     
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    *Runs around in a panic*. It's a rabbit mutiny, run for your lives!!

    Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!!!!!

    The rabbit room TV is broken and they're mad enough to throw elbows!!

    If you don't hear from me again, call a hostage negotiator.
     
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    This is pathetic. I seriously don't know whether to laugh or cry.

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    I put him on the "rabbit (and cat) shelf of the computer desk to keep me company and the next thing you know he's squished up way in the back like this. Like somebody is literally coming to kill him and make rabbit stew. Poor big baby.
     
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    Poor Barnaby :( He's a cutie though.

    We're reading this book in English and it used the word "thwart" and it made me think of you, lol. Until I heard you use the word a few months ago I hadn't ever heard it before. They used the word so awkwardly, although that may just be me because I'm used to seeing it on the forum.
     
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    "Thwart" is one of my absolute favorite words! My mom was a linguist (had PhDs in Deaf Education and Speech Therapy) and I had a ridiculous vocabulary from a very young age... I've always really gone out of my way to find the 'perfect' word for any situation :p.
     
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    I'm very advanced in English and I'm taking a writing class that I'm technically not even old enough to take but you use words that I have to look up on a daily basis. Thwart is one of those words that can be used in various situations, from rabbits to the book which was about a court case.

    You do always use the perfect word
     
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    *The message attached twice so I got rid of it*
     
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    It's getting really serious, guys. I'm scared to go into my own living room. If you could see the faces on these rabbit girls, you'd understand. They're ready to riot in the streets. It's "all hands on deck," "terror alert red," you name it. Everybody DEMANDS an explanation and I DON'T G- D- HAVE ONE!!!

    Somebody hold me. I don't have money for a new TV!
     
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