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Originally posted January 15 2005 at 21:01 under General. 0 Comments. Trackbacks Disabled.



Live exciting update. Naughty boy (Pepe the cat) has just brought mouse in and is now under a chair with it. Grrr

Update: Mouse now running around living room, pursued by cat (and me)

Further Update:Cat has lost mouse. Unfortunately so have I :-(

Ah, the mouse is under the TV unit, just out of reach of the naughty puddy cat. Hmm, what to do now…

Conclusion: Cat removed from room; torch to locate mouse; pokey stick thing stuck under TV unit; mouse is staying put; Remove cabling from TV (bloody captive power cord, have to find and disentangle plug); Lift heavy TV and balance delicately on sofa; lever up the unit to reveal mouse; pokey stick used to virtually roll mouse out; dust pan and brush used to transfer mouse to front garden; mouse probably half dead, but then thought that when he (or she) first appeared…don’t know much about mice really, don’t know if it’ll survive. Feel bad for mouse; let cat back in; remove cat again so can replace TV; cat back, the fool is still sitting waiting for his mouse to appear (though he’s had some Iams cat biscuits in the meantime). Very naughty cat.

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