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I suddenly noticed it was quiet in the house, which is unusal with 3 cats, 2 dogs and a kid. Looked around Rocki was lounging in her bed, CJ was in the red chair playing games, the cats were off doing what. Probably trying to plan how they were going to conquer the world for all I know. Than it hit Daisy wasnt in the room.

I kinda paniced. I was asking my son if he knew where Daisy was and I got down started looking under the couch, chair, end tables, off to the kitchen no Daisy. After looking all downstairs, since the upstairs is closed off to the dogs. Cj was like Daisy is in her crate.

Yep there she was curled up in her bed sound asleep unknown to what was going on around her. When she felt someone was staring at her she opened one eye looked at us and went back to sleep.

And I thought kittens were great at disappearing.
 

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I think I was more shocked she went into her crate on her own. Usually I find a cat or CJ in one of the crates.Rocki wont go into her own crate for reason, she perfers the big red chair to lounge on. So it was a shocker that she did it on her own.

At least now I know where to look the first time if I cant find her. I think the last time I had something this small was when we had kittens or when I had my rat Peaches.
 

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Thats what also freaked me out. Shes either by my side, on my chest, or being my little shadow. My hubby calls her the rat that follows me, lol.

I swear the only other time I freak out like that is when my son decides to hide and doesn't even make a peep.
 

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Oh I know I will. I already told hubby I'm not sure if I'll handle the empty nest phase of life and that we might have to get a monkey. LOL the look on his face. He's already screaming NO MORE ANIMALS!!!!

Yeah you two would get along. He likes hiding and will either pop out and scare the tater tots out of you or wait till you find him and than scream.

I'm the type of Mommy when its warm outside and he wants to play with water and it usually ends involving mud. I'm like GO FOR IT!!! Why not thats why we have washers. Heres a little video of him and Rocki last summer. OMG Rocki was covered and so was he but it was so funny.

Cj and Rocki and Mud.3GP - YouTube
 

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Haha, I can't stop laughing! What a priceless video of CJ and Rocki! :p
They sure do make a great trouble making pair, I love it. :)
You are a fun mom for letting them get dirty and mess around like that.
Very nice of you. CJ is absolutely adorable, thank you so much for sharing.
I don't have kids, but I adore them. I raised my half brother for the first 7
years of his life, it was a challenging but very rewarding experience, made
us very close, we still to this day keep in touch daily, he is my world.
I definitely will foster children in the future.
Oh they are trouble they feed off of each others energy some days. And they both listen about the same amount, hardly any, (thats why Rocki is on a lead) lol.

Thats an amazing and wonderful thing you did for your brother. My brother and I sadly arent as close as siblings should be but we came from two different time periods in our parents lives. So we were raised very very differently.

I love that CJ is an animal lover. The two outside cats will literally follow him around outside and on our walks if I'd let them, but I wont cause we walk on a slightly busy dirt road.

Yeah hubby and I have talked about adoption but were not sure. We want to wait to see how CJ does in school and if we can handle him if any problems come, that way the other child will get the attention he or she needs.

But currently Daisy is Cj's other sibling along with Rocki and the cats. LOL he has very furry siblings.
 

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LOL when Abby was a puppy couldn't find her...called, looked, then opened the door in a panic...she was curled up between door and storm door asleep...I woke her up..yes, she was that tiny and four months old....;)
LOL. A couple days ago I had the sliding door open but the screen part close (which thankfully is animal proof screen, and it holds up against a boxer.) She slide inbetween the two trying to lick the cat. Strange little guy.

Strangly enough the cats follow me to the bathroom more than Daisy. They sit in the tub and stare at me. Than in will run Daisy barks at the cats and off she goes again.
 
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