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Rainey 633 Stag Trail Road
10/24/14 11:11 am

Every. Single. Morning. My cat thinks that she is starving to death.

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LadyA Earth Explorer
10/22/14 3:45 am

Every day. One has medical issues and needs special food, which makes the other one throw up. I keep regular dry-food in my nightstand so I can easily feed her at 5am. Beats having to get out of bed to clean up sick.

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jmw7477 Indiana
10/22/14 2:06 am

I've had pets in the past that have woken me up. That's before we gave the dog and the pig their own room -- at the opposite end of the house. It's huge & they only have to stay in there at night & when we leave. So, no waking me up anymore.

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rich1010 Stem Cell Harvesting
10/22/14 12:21 pm

That's awesome, do they get along otherwise?

jmw7477 Indiana
10/22/14 1:19 pm

Yes. The pig and dog play and chase each other around the house and through the yard.

catpillow Florida West Coast
10/21/14 9:56 pm

I think the question is, is there ever a morning your pet doesn't wake you up.

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catpillow Florida West Coast
10/21/14 9:59 pm

Mornings are a lot like this video (Simon's Cat - Cat Man Do)

m.youtube.com/watch?v=w0ffwDYo00Q

ontargetlisa
10/21/14 9:11 pm

I'm awakened every morning by a cat. Our kitten Tidbit starts chewing on me when she is hungry. Rarely, the dog wakes me up, but she always greets me with a wagging tail and kisses, and what appears to be a smile.

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rich1010 Stem Cell Harvesting
10/22/14 12:12 pm

One of my cats usually wakes me up with her paws on any exposed skin (face, arms, hands, whatever) and as soon as my eyes open she starts to purr. I like to think she's happy to see me but know she's looking for breakfast. ;)

cpaswr just say the letters
10/21/14 7:09 pm

I think my wife wants to kill our cat because we are being woken up.

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jvc1133 61535
10/21/14 6:06 pm

Each morning

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chickencookie It really is
10/21/14 6:06 pm

You mean when you are laying on your tummy and there is suddenly 4 legs on my back? Yes

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rich1010 Stem Cell Harvesting
10/22/14 12:16 pm

Yes! I'm a back sleeper so mine usually stands or lays on my chest and gently paws at my face.

swjboucher Just Run
10/21/14 5:53 pm

LOL
If we sleep 10 minutes past our regular time they are letting us know.

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rich1010 Stem Cell Harvesting
10/22/14 12:18 pm

Yup, great alarm clocks and no batteries!

rich1010 Stem Cell Harvesting
10/21/14 5:50 pm

Cat link at top of page, dog link at bottom of page. Pretty funny.
m.huffpost.com/us/entry/5001252