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Ducky: You turned off the hot.
Me: Sorry, Duck. I’m headed out so I have to turn off the heater.
Ducky: …
Me: …
Ducky: So you’re taking the cold with you?
Me: ‘Fraid, not, Ducky.
Ducky: Well then I believe I have spotted a fundamental flaw that you may have overlooked in your “Turn Off The Hot” plan.
Me: Sorry, Ducky.
Ducky: …
Me: …
Ducky: That flaw is that I am cold and I don’t believe you plan to take me with you.
Me: I figured that out on my own.
Ducky: Admitting your mistakes is a key step. Now turn the hot back on.
Me: I can’t do that. It’s not safe to leave the heater on while I’m gone. It could cause a fire.
Ducky: …
Me: …
Ducky: Fire sounds warm.
Me: Yes, but it could burn down the house.
Ducky: …
Me: …
Ducky: So could the cat but you leave it on while you’re gone.
Me: There’s no way to turn off Scooter.
Ducky: I have a way. And it would help warm up this place.
Me: Oh, stop.
Ducky: It’s cold in here. Makes me grumpy.
Me: I know, Duck. I’m sorry. 
Ducky: I do not like the cold.
Me: I gathered.
Ducky: …
Me: …
Ducky: Or the cat.
Me: I was already aware of both opinions.
Ducky: Come back soon and turn on the hot?
Me: As quick as I can.
Ducky: I love you, Daddy.
Me: I love you, Ducky.
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Ducky: You turned off the hot.

Me: Sorry, Duck. I’m headed out so I have to turn off the heater.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: So you’re taking the cold with you?

Me: ‘Fraid, not, Ducky.

Ducky: Well then I believe I have spotted a fundamental flaw that you may have overlooked in your “Turn Off The Hot” plan.

Me: Sorry, Ducky.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: That flaw is that I am cold and I don’t believe you plan to take me with you.

Me: I figured that out on my own.

Ducky: Admitting your mistakes is a key step. Now turn the hot back on.

Me: I can’t do that. It’s not safe to leave the heater on while I’m gone. It could cause a fire.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Fire sounds warm.

Me: Yes, but it could burn down the house.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: So could the cat but you leave it on while you’re gone.

Me: There’s no way to turn off Scooter.

Ducky: I have a way. And it would help warm up this place.

Me: Oh, stop.

Ducky: It’s cold in here. Makes me grumpy.

Me: I know, Duck. I’m sorry. 

Ducky: I do not like the cold.

Me: I gathered.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Or the cat.

Me: I was already aware of both opinions.

Ducky: Come back soon and turn on the hot?

Me: As quick as I can.

Ducky: I love you, Daddy.

Me: I love you, Ducky.

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Me: It’s almost Christmas, Ducky.
Ducky: Already? 
Me: Time flies when you have no sense of it, huh?
Ducky: Oh, geez! I haven’t heard someone bring up that old myth for years.
Me:Three weeks.
Ducky: Really?
Me: Yup.
Ducky: …
Me: …
Ducky: Time flies.
Me: I see a present under the tree from you for me.
Ducky: Yup. 
Me: Thank you.
Ducky: The Lady helped me.
Me: I assumed.
Ducky: I assume there’s a little something for me under there?
Me: Of course. The Lady helped with those too.
Ducky: I assumed. She has proven useful. We should keep her.
Me: That is the plan.
Ducky:The cat can go.
Me: I’m afraid they’re a package deal.
Ducky: …
Me: Like you and me.
Ducky: …
Me: Like a cooler version of you and me?
Ducky: Unless you are comparing yourself to the one of them that’s allowed to poop in a box in the house, I am uncomfortable with the analogy.
Me: Technically they’re both allowed to poop in a box in the house. They Lady just prefers the toilet.
Ducky: …
Me: Just one of the little things I love about her.
Ducky: …
Me: Her preference for toilets over boxes.
Ducky: …
Me: …
Ducky: …
Me: The Lady increases the chances that your dinners don’t get delayed when I work late.
Ducky: …
Me: …
Ducky: Fine. The cat can stay.
Me: That’s the Christmas spirit!
Ducky: Let’s wrap her.
Me: That’s less festive.
Ducky: Merry Christmas, Daddy.
Me: Merry Christmas, Ducky.

Me: It’s almost Christmas, Ducky.

Ducky: Already? 

Me: Time flies when you have no sense of it, huh?

Ducky: Oh, geez! I haven’t heard someone bring up that old myth for years.

Me:Three weeks.

Ducky: Really?

Me: Yup.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Time flies.

Me: I see a present under the tree from you for me.

Ducky: Yup. 

Me: Thank you.

Ducky: The Lady helped me.

Me: I assumed.

Ducky: I assume there’s a little something for me under there?

Me: Of course. The Lady helped with those too.

Ducky: I assumed. She has proven useful. We should keep her.

Me: That is the plan.

Ducky:The cat can go.

Me: I’m afraid they’re a package deal.

Ducky:

Me: Like you and me.

Ducky:

Me: Like a cooler version of you and me?

Ducky: Unless you are comparing yourself to the one of them that’s allowed to poop in a box in the house, I am uncomfortable with the analogy.

Me: Technically they’re both allowed to poop in a box in the house. They Lady just prefers the toilet.

Ducky:

Me: Just one of the little things I love about her.

Ducky:

Me: Her preference for toilets over boxes.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky:

Me: The Lady increases the chances that your dinners don’t get delayed when I work late.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Fine. The cat can stay.

Me: That’s the Christmas spirit!

Ducky: Let’s wrap her.

Me: That’s less festive.

Ducky: Merry Christmas, Daddy.

Me: Merry Christmas, Ducky.

Ducky: Explain to me again…
Me: You’re the horse in “The Headless Horseman!”
Ducky: …
Me: …
Ducky: And I’m supposed to chase Scooter over a bridge why?
Me: It’s an homage to Washington Irving!
Ducky: …
Me: …
Ducky: And we’re not telling The Lady because…
Me: …
Ducky: …
Me: Do you want to be able to chase the cat or not?
Ducky: …
Me: …
Ducky: TO THE BRIDGE!!!
Me: Happy Halloween, Ducky!
Ducky: Happy Halloween, Daddy. 
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Ducky: Explain to me again…

Me: You’re the horse in “The Headless Horseman!”

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: And I’m supposed to chase Scooter over a bridge why?

Me: It’s an homage to Washington Irving!

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: And we’re not telling The Lady because…

Me:

Ducky:

Me: Do you want to be able to chase the cat or not?

Ducky:

Me: …

Ducky: TO THE BRIDGE!!!

Me: Happy Halloween, Ducky!

Ducky: Happy Halloween, Daddy. 

Ag

Me: Hot?
Ducky: Lil’ bit.
Me: Sorry. Summer is almost over.
Ducky: What’s “summer?”
Me: The time of year when it’s hot.
Ducky: …
Me: …
Ducky: So “summer” is a short way of saying “every day?”
Me: Yeah. We live in Florida so you have a point.
Ducky: Maybe we could trade the cat to someone for some ice cubes.
Me: We have ice cubes.
Ducky: I have no ice cubes.
Me: Would you like an ice cube?
Ducky: …
Me: …
Ducky: Yes.
Me: Okay. But there’s no need to trade Scooter. We have plenty.
Ducky: You can never have enough.
Me: I guess. But I don’t think there are people who would trade ice cubes for a cat.
Ducky: Yeah. That’s not a very fair trade.
Me: Yeah?
Ducky: Yeah. Ice cubes don’t poop in a box the bedroom.
Me: You make a good point.
Ducky: Maybe you could get some ice cubes from someone by getting them to agree to just take the cat for “summer.”
Me: …
Ducky: …
Me: And by “summer” you mean…
Ducky: Everyday, yes.
Me: Clever. I love you, Ducky.
Ducky: I love you, Daddy.
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Me: Hot?

Ducky: Lil’ bit.

Me: Sorry. Summer is almost over.

Ducky: What’s “summer?”

Me: The time of year when it’s hot.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: So “summer” is a short way of saying “every day?”

Me: Yeah. We live in Florida so you have a point.

Ducky: Maybe we could trade the cat to someone for some ice cubes.

Me: We have ice cubes.

Ducky: I have no ice cubes.

Me: Would you like an ice cube?

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Yes.

Me: Okay. But there’s no need to trade Scooter. We have plenty.

Ducky: You can never have enough.

Me: I guess. But I don’t think there are people who would trade ice cubes for a cat.

Ducky: Yeah. That’s not a very fair trade.

Me: Yeah?

Ducky: Yeah. Ice cubes don’t poop in a box the bedroom.

Me: You make a good point.

Ducky: Maybe you could get some ice cubes from someone by getting them to agree to just take the cat for “summer.”

Me:

Ducky:

Me: And by “summer” you mean…

Ducky: Everyday, yes.

Me: Clever. I love you, Ducky.

Ducky: I love you, Daddy.

Ag

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And be sure to notice how enthused Ducky is with her help.

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You’ve all been awesome. Thanks so much. 

We love you!

Ag & Ducky

Ducky may be sending a message to Scooter.

Ducky may be sending a message to Scooter.

Me: I missed you while I was gone, Ducky.
Ducky: Uh huh.
Me: Did you miss me?
Ducky: Yup.
Me: …
Ducky: …
Me: You and Scooter use the time to bond?
Ducky: No.
Me: …
Ducky: …
Me: Well then you’d better keep your eyes on her.
Ducky: That’s the plan. She’s plotting something.
Me: …
Ducky: …
Me: To hiss and meow at you while swinging a paw in your general direction?
Ducky: …
Me: …
Ducky: Possibly. Or some type of coup.
Me: …
Ducky: Probably the hissing though.
Me: It’s good to be home. I love you, Ducky.
Ducky: I love you, Daddy.
Ag

Me: I missed you while I was gone, Ducky.

Ducky: Uh huh.

Me: Did you miss me?

Ducky: Yup.

Me:

Ducky:

Me: You and Scooter use the time to bond?

Ducky: No.

Me:

Ducky:

Me: Well then you’d better keep your eyes on her.

Ducky: That’s the plan. She’s plotting something.

Me:

Ducky:

Me: To hiss and meow at you while swinging a paw in your general direction?

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Possibly. Or some type of coup.

Me:

Ducky: Probably the hissing though.

Me: It’s good to be home. I love you, Ducky.

Ducky: I love you, Daddy.

Ag

Ducky: …
Scooter: …
Me: Relaxed?
Ducky: Yup.
Scooter: …
Me: The two of you are getting along better these days.
Ducky: If you mean she’s punching me in the face less, yes.
Scooter: …
Me: That’s something.
Ducky: I don’t think she’s getting any more pleasant, just lazier. Punching takes effort.
Scooter: …
Me: You’re not exactly a ball of energy this evening, Mister.
Ducky: I’m like a coiled spring.
Scooter: …
Me: Uh huh. I love you, Ducky.
Ducky: I love you, Daddy.
Scooter: …
Me: I love you, Scooter.
Ducky: …
Scooter: …
Me: Scooter?
Ducky: Expressing affection requires effort.
Scooter: …
Me: Cats…
Ducky: Cats.
Ag

Ducky:

Scooter:

Me: Relaxed?

Ducky: Yup.

Scooter:

Me: The two of you are getting along better these days.

Ducky: If you mean she’s punching me in the face less, yes.

Scooter: …

Me: That’s something.

Ducky: I don’t think she’s getting any more pleasant, just lazier. Punching takes effort.

Scooter:

Me: You’re not exactly a ball of energy this evening, Mister.

Ducky: I’m like a coiled spring.

Scooter:

Me: Uh huh. I love you, Ducky.

Ducky: I love you, Daddy.

Scooter:

Me: I love you, Scooter.

Ducky:

Scooter:

Me: Scooter?

Ducky: Expressing affection requires effort.

Scooter:

Me: Cats…

Ducky: Cats.

Ag

Ducky: I like it when this cat visits.
Me: Cody is a dog, Ducky.
Ducky: …
Me: A small dog.
Ducky: …
Me: With the same basic color sceme as Scooter.
Ducky: …
Me: …
Ducky: …
Me: I know.
Ducky: So this cat is a dog?
Me: Yes.
Ducky: You’re sure?
Me: …
Ducky: …
Me: Why?
Ducky: I notice when he visits, He’s allowed up on the sofa.
Me: …
Ducky: …
Me: He’s used to being allowed up on the sofa at his home.
Ducky: Uh huh. I have been told that cats are allowed up on sofas, but doggies aren’t.
Me: …
Ducky: If the rules have changed…
Me: I think I just heard Cody meow.
Ducky: I love you, Daddy.
Me: I love you, Ducky.
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Ducky: I like it when this cat visits.

Me: Cody is a dog, Ducky.

Ducky:

Me: A small dog.

Ducky:

Me: With the same basic color sceme as Scooter.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky:

Me: I know.

Ducky: So this cat is a dog?

Me: Yes.

Ducky: You’re sure?

Me:

Ducky:

Me: Why?

Ducky: I notice when he visits, He’s allowed up on the sofa.

Me:

Ducky:

Me: He’s used to being allowed up on the sofa at his home.

Ducky: Uh huh. I have been told that cats are allowed up on sofas, but doggies aren’t.

Me:

Ducky: If the rules have changed…

Me: I think I just heard Cody meow.

Ducky: I love you, Daddy.

Me: I love you, Ducky.

Ag

Ducky: You seen the cat?
Me: …
Scooter: …
Ducky: …
Me: No.
Scooter: …
Ducky: She got scared of the vacuum and ran all the way up the stairs. Proverbial “Scaredy Cat” if you will!
Me: …
Scooter: …
Ducky: …
Me: You did the same thing.
Ducky: Incorrect. I went half-way up the stairs. And solely to allow you easy access to the cat hair covered carpet downstairs.
Me: It seems to be mainly dog hair that is getting sucked up.
Scooter: …
Ducky: The cat steals my fur at night and spreads it around the house.
Me: How does she do that, exactly?
Scooter: …
Ducky: Very quietly so as not to wake you.
Me: Clever. But you weren’t scared of the vacuum?
Scooter: …
Ducky: Nope.
Me: Then why were you barking at it?
Scooter: …
Ducky: Ergonomics.
Me: Ergonomics?
Scooter: …
Ducky: You were bending wrong. I was warning you so you wouldn’t injure your back.
Me: Very kind of you. Why don’t you come down now?
Scooter: …
Ducky: You should put the vacuum away first.
Me: Why?
Scooter: …
Ducky: Ergonomics.
Me: That makes no sense.
Scooter: Maybe that’s why you hurt your back.
Ducky: …
Me: …
Scooter: Meow.
Ducky: I love you, Daddy.
Me: I love you, Ducky.
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Ducky: You seen the cat?

Me:

Scooter:

Ducky:

Me: No.

Scooter:

Ducky: She got scared of the vacuum and ran all the way up the stairs. Proverbial “Scaredy Cat” if you will!

Me:

Scooter: …

Ducky:

Me: You did the same thing.

Ducky: Incorrect. I went half-way up the stairs. And solely to allow you easy access to the cat hair covered carpet downstairs.

Me: It seems to be mainly dog hair that is getting sucked up.

Scooter: …

Ducky: The cat steals my fur at night and spreads it around the house.

Me: How does she do that, exactly?

Scooter:

Ducky: Very quietly so as not to wake you.

Me: Clever. But you weren’t scared of the vacuum?

Scooter:

Ducky: Nope.

Me: Then why were you barking at it?

Scooter:

Ducky: Ergonomics.

Me: Ergonomics?

Scooter: …

Ducky: You were bending wrong. I was warning you so you wouldn’t injure your back.

Me: Very kind of you. Why don’t you come down now?

Scooter: 

Ducky: You should put the vacuum away first.

Me: Why?

Scooter: …

Ducky: Ergonomics.

Me: That makes no sense.

Scooter: Maybe that’s why you hurt your back.

Ducky:

Me:

Scooter: Meow.

Ducky: I love you, Daddy.

Me: I love you, Ducky.

Ag