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Hey,Shop The Q, I have a tiger kitty,Aggie, a rescue also, she walks on a leash, sleeps on a pink happy bunny blanket at the end of the bed and lays her head on a 30 year old tattered lobster when sleeping! Hubby stole my basically unused ironing board for her so she can sit and watch the birds at feeder,loves that,also sits like an owl on bed and watches. Plays fetch with balls and will carry ball and jump up on the bed to have it thrown,announces herself to!
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On 2/5/2015 shoptheQ said:

While kittymom works on posting pics -- my 12 year old tabby is named Pebbles. A rescue from a shelter.

-she naps in her "igloo" that I "updated" with a heating pad on the bottom covered with her blanket

-igloo kept at one end of sofa so she can keep an eye on her Nordo mom

-nickname: the Bacon-ater

-announces very loudly when she re-enters room after visiting litter box

-she is walked with a harness and leash

AND has her own pink stroller -- THIS NORDO PET MOM IS TOTALLY OUT OF CONTROL !

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Yes, shop, you are out of control! Along with me and probably many others! Love "bacon-ater" and the pink stroller! {#emotions_dlg.thumbup} My little Tuxedo cat with kidney disease gets anything she wants to eat any time she wants it (she has to keep up her weight). I think I have more flavors of Fancy Feast and Friskies (and Iams, and Purina One, etc. etc.) than anyone on earth... but maybe not more than on Nordo! Smile My pantry is half full of wet cat food!

And I have dry food bags lined up on top of my fridge for convenience... she now gets up on my kitchen bar, looks wide-eyed at the food bags and at me, and "squawks" until I get one down. If that's not the flavor she wants, she looks at me like "how dumb can you be?", and I get down another flavor until I meet her current "taste bud" requirements! I'm afraid to add up the vet bills for the last four years so I just call her my little "gold plated cat", and I absolutely adore her! {#emotions_dlg.wub}{#emotions_dlg.wub}

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I wish this thread would end. Every time I see its heading, I think Low IQ. LOL

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On 2/6/2015 ValuSkr said:

I wish this thread would end. Every time I see its heading, I think Low IQ. LOL

Thats the problem - too much room for misinterpretation. I see DH on these forums and I wonder is that Dear Husband or something else ?

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Here's wishing an enjoyable weekend to all you Nordonians out there! Have fun writing in your Franklin Planners, talking on your landline or flip phones, driving your standard tranny cars, hanging your laundry out on the line & all those wonderful other low-tech things that you do!

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Took the hangers off the treadmill to fire it up yesterday - start pushing all the digital display buttons - NOTHING HAPPENS - check if it is plugged in - YES NOTHING HAPPENS. Call the place where I bought it & they sent a "buff" guy over to check it out.

After 30 seconds he shows me the on - off button, well hidden I might add, on the bottom of the unit.{#emotions_dlg.blushing}

Obviously the hangers had been there a very long time !!!

On the planet Nordo the on/off button would be on the handle bars.

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On 2/6/2015 shoptheQ said:

Took the hangers off the treadmill to fire it up yesterday - start pushing all the digital display buttons - NOTHING HAPPENS - check if it is plugged in - YES NOTHING HAPPENS. Call the place where I bought it & they sent a "buff" guy over to check it out.

After 30 seconds he shows me the on - off button, well hidden I might add, on the bottom of the unit.{#emotions_dlg.blushing}

Obviously the hangers had been there a very long time !!!

On the planet Nordo the on/off button would be on the handle bars.

{#emotions_dlg.blink}

Was he nice & say something like "...it happens all the time..."? Too funny{#emotions_dlg.lol}

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On 2/6/2015 shoptheQ said:

Took the hangers off the treadmill to fire it up yesterday - start pushing all the digital display buttons - NOTHING HAPPENS - check if it is plugged in - YES NOTHING HAPPENS. Call the place where I bought it & they sent a "buff" guy over to check it out.

After 30 seconds he shows me the on - off button, well hidden I might add, on the bottom of the unit.{#emotions_dlg.blushing}

Obviously the hangers had been there a very long time !!!

On the planet Nordo the on/off button would be on the handle bars.

{#emotions_dlg.blink}

Actually, Nordonians are very smart! Are you sure you couldn't find the on/off button, or did you just want a "buff" guy to come and visit??? {#emotions_dlg.biggrin}{#emotions_dlg.thumbup}{#emotions_dlg.biggrin} I might lose an on/off button for that! {#emotions_dlg.laugh}

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kittymomNC, I think you've exposed her true motive!{#emotions_dlg.tt1}

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On 2/4/2015 VCamp2748 said:

Welcome new Nordonians! As for the WEN forum, would you expect anything less than their own language for a product that's NEW spelled backwards? {#emotions_dlg.biggrin}

As a non-texter, I just wonder how they abbreviate "follow up" ????{#emotions_dlg.devil2}

And what about DH - dear husband or Richard Head ???{#emotions_dlg.devil2}