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Old 01-26-2013, 01:40 AM   #22039
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Originally Posted by poohbear_nc View Post
Hmmm .... A friend of mine has Abyssinian sibs - boy & girl - been together all their lives. Every now and then, the girl cat will suddenly act as if the boy cat is a total stranger menacing her - and will relentlessly growl & hiss at him. Lasts a couple of hours ... then everything's fine again. We could never figure out what the trigger was ....

Maybe it's a feline complex!
Cats are strange critters. We had one once that had a hair curler phobia. The first time it saw my wife in curlers it arched it's back, it's hair stood on end, it backed away, and then shot out the door. It was like that every other time it saw her in curlers as well. We figured it's DAMNED iPAD AUTO CORRECT!

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Cats are strange critters. We had one once that had a hair curler phobia. The first time it saw my wife in curlers it arched its back, its hair stood on end, it backed away, and then shot out the door. It was like that every other time it saw her in curlers as well. We figured its previous owner must have been a cruel woman who always had her hair up in curlers. His name was John. He was a really good cat, but had that one bizarre phobia.

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