Sunday funnies — end-of-daylight-saving-time edition

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  1. jenny_o says:

    lol – yep, it’s hard for pets to understand time change. I usually do it a half-hour one day and then the other half-hour the next 🙂

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  2. jenny_o says:

    The thought for the day – “I sometimes wonder what happened to people who have asked me for directions” – is exactly what goes through my head when people have been unfortunate enough to pick me to ask …

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  3. Tsi Harter says:

    That’s one thing most of Arizona doesn’t worry about, Daylight savings time. Hungry kitties, always. Some are 4-footed and some crawl on their bellies and carry neat rattles. Both are very welcome but beware, both have attitude: Does not play well with others. For the fuzzy kind, a window in the batthouse is always open and they can find food there, the dry stuff. Water is always around the garden and front for both, as well. Happy Fall, y’all! niio

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  4. Sue Cass says:

    I set food out for a Farrel cat and she shows up about the same time every evening. She’s really going to be confused now – right along with me! 🙂

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  5. Our dear Daisy Dog insisted on nuzzling me awake at dawn – earliest twilight, really. So I set an alarm on my cell for then, and got her to realize that’s when I get up.

    She understood so well that now she doesn’t even bother to get up until I’m up & running. I’ve adjusted the alarm incrementally as the dawn comes later.

    When the Saving ended, I just adjusted the alarm by an hour. What I’m trying to say is, sunrise and dogs don’t care about the clocks.

    Did I ever mention – I asked my neighbor how he adjusted his cattle (beef, not dairy – this is Oklahoma) for Saving time. According to him, you grab their tails and crank them to the right in Spring, and to the left in the Fall. I did not know that.

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  6. K.L. Hale says:

    Exactly!! They’re thinking, “You gotta be kitten me right meow!”

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  7. Carol says:

    I wish they looked liked that. Instead, they are rubbing at my legs in a perpetual dance that foretells me breaking a hip some day, meowing and making themselves a general (although sweet and lovable) nuisance.

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