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I was putting off posting this because I was so sad about it, but here goes: earlier this week, my kitty Jihad (who had been living with her co-owner, my brother in Australia) got badly injured somehow. So far he has been too upset to talk about it, but from what I've heard from my dad I believe she might have been hit by a car. She came into my brother's room injured, and he took her to the vet, who said that the injuries were so bad that she wouldn't have a good chance of surviving even if they operated on her. My brother and sister were there and they decided not to put her through any more pain.

I am very sad. 








 
I will miss you my poor retarded kitty. I will miss the way you ate everything made of paper and fell off flat surfaces and had to be rescued from poisonous spiders. I will miss how you didn't realize for half a year that you weren't small enough anymore to jump onto people's legs and hold on by your claws. I'll miss sending pictures of you over Skype and then realizing that I'd just sent a bunch of files labeled 'Jihad' to Iraq. I will miss the way you hated strangers and would ignore and/or bite anyone who wasn't my brother or me. You weren't a well-behaved cat, but you were my cat, and despite your hatred and fear of all humans, you would still cry at my door every morning to wake me up. You kept doing this, even when I was in America, because in your own confused way, you missed me. You were a good kitty.
 
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 Jihad in her new house (my brother, her co-owner, just moved). Yes, this is what I gave up to move to Rainyville McCloudsbury.


The first thing I did when I saw that picture was freak out because OMG, Jihad is going to jump out between the bars and fall! LOOK HER HEAD FITS BETWEEN THEM SHE'S EVEN POKING IT OUT. And then several family members assured me that no she won't, and even if she does then she's a kitty so she'll land on her feet.

Um, okay. Obviously they weren't there when she would be walking along the edge of my desk or bookshelf and I'd hear a loud crash and turn to see her spread out in a floppy mewling Jihad-puddle on the ground. And even if she makes it down safely SHE WILL PROBABLY WANDER INTO THE OCEAN AND DROWN. 
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 Jihad in her new house (my brother, her co-owner, just moved). Yes, this is what I gave up to move to Rainyville McCloudsbury.


The first thing I did when I saw that picture was freak out because OMG, Jihad is going to jump out between the bars and fall! LOOK HER HEAD FITS BETWEEN THEM SHE'S EVEN POKING IT OUT. And then several family members assured me that no she won't, and even if she does then she's a kitty so she'll land on her feet.

Um, okay. Obviously they weren't there when she would be walking along the edge of my desk or bookshelf and I'd hear a loud crash and turn to see her spread out in a floppy mewling Jihad-puddle on the ground. And even if she makes it down safely SHE WILL PROBABLY WANDER INTO THE OCEAN AND DROWN. 

KITTY

Jun. 6th, 2010 04:48 pm
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Apparently she likes strips of leather now because she chews on them and they remind her of human flesh.

KITTY

Jun. 6th, 2010 04:48 pm
sephira: (Everything's lovely)
 
 
Apparently she likes strips of leather now because she chews on them and they remind her of human flesh.
sephira: (BSG: Starbuck)
Because I'm sure most of you are in better standing with God than I am :) Would you mind saying a quick prayer that these antibiotics kick in within the next 18 hours or so so that I don't have to go to hospital? It's only a minor procedure I'm facing and I'm not in any real danger healthwise, but it could be a physical and financial inconvenience I really don't need right at this moment.

Thanks! In return, I give you a right-wing kitty:


(yes, she dragged those books off the shelf herself)

sephira: (BSG: Starbuck)
Because I'm sure most of you are in better standing with God than I am :) Would you mind saying a quick prayer that these antibiotics kick in within the next 18 hours or so so that I don't have to go to hospital? It's only a minor procedure I'm facing and I'm not in any real danger healthwise, but it could be a physical and financial inconvenience I really don't need right at this moment.

Thanks! In return, I give you a right-wing kitty:


(yes, she dragged those books off the shelf herself)

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Or else I might be like, crying pathetically in front of my computer or something. Instead of posting this picture!!




oh and this one )

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Or else I might be like, crying pathetically in front of my computer or something. Instead of posting this picture!!




oh and this one )

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So, this lining on the floor in my front hallway was coming loose, and I bought this super strong glue to hold it down. And it takes like 24 hours for the glue to take hold properly, so I found a bunch of heavy things in the house (chair, carton of beer, a big ax from the shed, etc) and rested them on top of the bits of floor I'd glued down and left them there.

About two hours later, my brother comes home, dodges his way past chair and beer and ax and goes to the kitchen.

Me: I was gluing the floor.

Him: What?

Me: The floor. That's why there's all this stuff everywhere.

Him: Oh. I didn't notice.

Me: You didn't wonder why there was a giant ax resting against the wall in the front hallway?

Him: I figured you were mad at the cat.

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So, this lining on the floor in my front hallway was coming loose, and I bought this super strong glue to hold it down. And it takes like 24 hours for the glue to take hold properly, so I found a bunch of heavy things in the house (chair, carton of beer, a big ax from the shed, etc) and rested them on top of the bits of floor I'd glued down and left them there.

About two hours later, my brother comes home, dodges his way past chair and beer and ax and goes to the kitchen.

Me: I was gluing the floor.

Him: What?

Me: The floor. That's why there's all this stuff everywhere.

Him: Oh. I didn't notice.

Me: You didn't wonder why there was a giant ax resting against the wall in the front hallway?

Him: I figured you were mad at the cat.

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You might be asking, why is she taking photos rather than stopping the cat? Well, by the time I found Jihad the poster was already done for, but I yelled at her anyway. She slunk off, immediately turned around, and went back to eating the poster.

This happened about six times.

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You might be asking, why is she taking photos rather than stopping the cat? Well, by the time I found Jihad the poster was already done for, but I yelled at her anyway. She slunk off, immediately turned around, and went back to eating the poster.

This happened about six times.

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Since before I can remember, there has been something missing in my life. I have tried to fill this hole with friends, family, love, religion, and masked crimefighting, but now I know what was really missing. It was Blingee.com.

Blingee.com, aka the pinnacle of the Internet, allowed me to make images like this :



more... )

I love you, Blingee.com. I love you.

sephira: (Default)
Since before I can remember, there has been something missing in my life. I have tried to fill this hole with friends, family, love, religion, and masked crimefighting, but now I know what was really missing. It was Blingee.com.

Blingee.com, aka the pinnacle of the Internet, allowed me to make images like this :



more... )

I love you, Blingee.com. I love you.

sephira: (BSG: Dance Party)
Jihad, my retarded kitten, is now nine months old. She is mostly an indoor cat. She got her name from being so mentally defective that she at times seems to be actively trying to commit suicide.


Jihad, featuring her normal intelligent expression.
 

Occasionally lately I've been letting her wander in and out while I keep a vague eye on her. This is what was happening the other day, when I heard a noise in the yard and went outside to investigate.

Once I got there I heard that horrible cat-fighting noise and immediately freaked out. The cat in question was behind the shed, so I screamed in its general direction. After freaking out for a few seconds, I found Jihad hiding halfway across the yard behind me. She wasn't hurt, but she was so scared she'd messed herself. Now, she is a FLUFFY FLUFFY CAT. So I had to clean her off with a hose, which cost me about half the skin on my hands, and then lock her in the laundry. Poor kitty. And I felt awful, because I've never had a kitty before and I didn't figure that you had to worry about them while they're five meters away from you and it's still daylight.

Anyway, I was disappointed because I didn't get a look at the attacker cat. (But also a little amused at what the neighbors must have thought about someone screaming obscenities in the yard and then yelling 'Jihad' a few times)

So. Last night, we're eating dinner outside, it's dusk, and I see the silhouette of a big cat approaching on the rooftop next door. He's obviously looking for another chance at Jihad, who is playing under the table. And he sees me watching him, but being a cat, figures he can outsmart me by just kind of ducking back and approach from another angle. He does this for a while, and I keep still, until he's right next to the fence about to pounce into the yard. At which point I jump up and point the hose on him.

He runs away, and I yelled something like "THAT'S RIGHT CAT, IF YOU EVER COME NEAR MY YARD AGAIN I'LL SHOOT YOU". Which probably wasn't a good idea, because now if the cat goes missing the neighbors will know who to suspect. But the more important thing is that I got a look at him. The bastard cat that tried to have his way with a RETARDED KITTEN.

So, fucking attempted-rapist child molester cat, you are going on MY LIST.


 
Be warned, asshole.

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