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Feline wake-up call

Posted May 15, 2009

If you think your alarm clock is annoying, watch this.


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  • AuntySocial May 15, 2009

    he tried licking first, that didn't work. second was nipping. third patting. it was only after those didn't work that biting was tried. cat probably wants to be fed or needs water.

  • gator nation gal May 15, 2009

    Snooze bar. Hahaha!

  • happy May 15, 2009

    thefensk - if you can find one with a snooze bar, please let me know. My cat has his own internal alarm. It goes off at 5:30 a.m. (1/2 hour BEFORE I have to get up). It starts with a very short throat noise, then progress to longer noises, then out of desperation, will pull at the aluminum mini blinds. or the door stoppers (BBBOOOOIIINNNGGGG)


    But no bites, so that's good. That starts happening and he will be locked out of the bedroom.

  • thefensk May 15, 2009

    Yeah, 3PM, I was wondering about that. Hopefully he works nights.

    I had one cat who would gently touch my eyelids with what felt like just one claw. He also liked to stretch out between my wife and me, lengthwise. He was a big cat too and it was like having another person wedged in there.

    The bad thing about cat wakeups? They almost NEVER wake you up when you accidentally oversleep. How do they know?

    Anyway, my next cat is going to have a snooze bar.

  • thecatsmeow May 15, 2009

    I just noticed the time on the tape said 3:00 PM so I guess the kitty figured it was about time he got up...hilarious!

  • thecatsmeow May 15, 2009

    That was so funny. I'm glad my cat just meows to wake me up. I'd hate to go to work everyday with bite marks and scratches on my nose. Thanks for sharing!

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