Aren't pets great
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This was it for cats on trampoline, he's probably thinking the others look very undignified.
If you have ever had a pet, you most likely have a funny or incredible pet story. Maybe you have seen a friend's pet doing something unbelievable.
On of my earliest funny pet memories was when I was about 9 years old. My parents worked nights and had hired a babysitter for us kids who was convinced our cat would smother us if she let it sleep with us. Our bedroom was on the second floor and there was no sneaking the cat up the stairs under her watchful, ever vigilant eyes. Laying in bed we hatched a crazy scheme to get the cat up to our room. Using belts, jump ropes, and whatever else we could find, we tied it to a clothes basket and lowered it out the window to the ground. We must have put some sort of food in it because I don't know why else the cat got into the basket, but it did. We managed to pull the basket all the way up without losing the cat. Evidently the cat really wanted to sleep in a bed because she always got in that basket.
Many years later I remember that cat when my son's cat got stuck on the roof of our house. I had a ladder, but it wasn't tall enough. I got a milk crate, some food, and got as high as I could on the ladder and held the milk crate above my head. The cat still had to jump a little bit, but he did. You would think he wouldn't do that anymore, but he did. So the ladder and milk crate were always kept handy. Later we moved to a house were he couldn't do that anymore. Five years later we moved to another house where he was able to get on the roof and it started again. Now I know what you're thinking, leave him up there for once and he'll quite doing it, but try telling that to your kids who are convinced the cat is in mortal danger up there.
So let's hear your crazy, or even lovable, pet stories.