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Nickolas and Tigerlilly (cat)

by Nickie on 10/5/2011 at 1:40 PM in A Day In The Life Of ...

Tigerlilly wants to sleep on top of Nickie when she wants to go to bed.  Nickie will let her lay on top of him for so long because he gets hot.  So what she does is rub all over him until she is finished.   He can not get up until she is done doing her thing with her Nickie.  So you can guess who is the boss arount the house IT IS THE CATS!! and Nickie my love bug goes along with it.

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A Day in the life of Nickie and Joey the cat

by Nickie on 9/30/2011 at 1:45 PM in A Day In The Life Of ...

A day with Nickie and Joey.  Nickie will go and get one of his bone biscuits and broke it up for Joey to eat with him.   Joey will rub all over Nickie and then try to herd Nickie around the house.  Nickie then will take his turn and herd Joey around the house but if Joey does not want to be herded he will talk loudly  to Nickie and let him know.    Nickie then will try to play with Joey with his favor toy, his rubber bone but Joey just wants to sleep because he had gotten tired from herding Nickie around the house.  When Joey wakes up from his nap, he will help Nickie eat his dry dog food even though he has his own food.  He loves to eat Nickie's dog food and his bone biscuits.  I just wanted to create this blog and hope everyone will try to read it to know how two difference animals can love each other as friends and that Nickie is such a love bug and that he knew he had to break his biscuits up for Joey to eat.

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