[DWJ] Hathaway?

Elizabeth Bentley elizabeth at wardrobe-on-the-web.com
Thu Apr 3 15:36:46 EDT 2008


I've just been sent a day in the life of a cat and a dog,  
illustrating the difference. If you haven't already seen it, it's  
worth a giggle.

http://www.itcanwait.com/index.php/pages/A-day-in-the-life-of-a-cat- 
and-dog.html

EB
Elizabeth Bentley
elizabeth at wardrobe-on-the-web.com

On 2 Apr 2008, at 11:43, Minnow wrote:
>
> Somebody I know has a cat called 'Dog' for that reason.  He is rather
> stupid, a flat-faced English White cat, and there are rumours that  
> he might
> be deaf, but if he is it's selective deafness and he assuciates  
> 'Dog' with
> 'food' and comes at a sedate canter as opposed to his usual  
> stroll.  He
> also follows his cohabitants along the terrace where they live, and  
> has to
> be called back to the house or he might well catch a bus by  
> accident, so
> calling him back is sometimes quite important.
>
> The faces of those who don't know either party when he apparently  
> responds
> to his name are worth watching.
>
>
> DWJ might well suggest that a suitable alternative to 'Hathaway,  
> send a
> bus!' is herbal magic, such as she employs when she  wants a  
> parking-place:
> light a cigarette, which can't be smoked on the bus or while actually
> parking a car, and it's sure to cause a bus or a space almost  
> instantly.
> Well, it works for her!
>
> Minnow
>
>










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