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Re: Top vs. bottom posting, solution proposal ;-)




On 10/15/06, Ed Greshko <Ed Greshko greshko com> wrote:
How true....

What I really need is a solution for how to keep the cats from running over
our bed/head/body in the middle of the night.  All solutions, except for
those below, are welcome.

1.  Close the door to keep them out of the bedroom.  (We live in a loft thus
there are no doors.)
2.  Put them in the bathroom.  (Trying to catch 3 cats and get them into the
bathroom every night would be too much.  Besides, getting up in the middle
of the night would just release them anyway...and we're not into chamber pots.)
3.  Get rid of the cats.  (Besides the fact that we love them...if I got rid
of the cats, my wife would get rid of me.  Some would contend that would be
a good idea...but don't suggest it.)

I realize this isn't a programming issue.  But, we have lots of lawyers,
psychologists, etc. on this list.

Even though it would be "off topic" it would still be more fun than beating
a dead horse.


Simple ... find a way to keep them awake all day so that they sleep at night too. :]

If someone is home ... bug *them* when they are trying to take their cat-naps.

If no one is home in the day, give them something to do, have something make a periodic noise (maybe amplify your "I just got an email discussing netiquette" chime in your email client and leave it on) or get a dog to terrorize them all day :]

Just a theory as I currently have no pets ... but I grew up with them so am familiar with the cat-stepping-all-over-your-head-too-early-in-the-morning phenomenon ... although I don't think there is an ideal time for that.

 ... now back to our regularly scheduled program.

/Mike



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