I think you can get some kind of powder to put down that keeps them away :-)
eeeeuuuuwwwwwwww.... I saw one of them once, it was stuck to the mirror at the time, not a good sight first thing in the morning I can tell ya! Think Argent might be right, maybe a bit of custard powder or something.. that dries em right up! Coagulation, that's the only thing for them!
What's a 'watercat'?
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It's expression is full of suspicion. I think if you're nice it will be interesting to see if it can be tamed.
Red means danger! Look at its foot! Get out!
Dear king I sympathize with your predicament! you think you've got rid of all the mess and everything looks great again after the flood. Only to wake up the next morning to be hit by at what first is a slight nagging smell of damp, but the more the day goes on the more it smells, so you go hunting for the source of such repulsiveness, and low and behold under the carpets there you find them Fucking Watercats.
Dear Camel King,I had to find out what a watercat is, and went to the appropriate link. I was pleasantly entertained by your little ditty after the flood, I listened to the entire thing and watched the dog fall asleep peacefully on the damp ground as you played. I think this is fine place to be, even if it is a little moist in here.Mrs. Slug
Are you sure you want to keep the creature on the carpet,this creature is an expensive pet,thats why i was glad you wanted it,but i can't afford to have it back. !!!!!
Your Highness, so you and ol' Sam Coleridge something in common: "Water[cats], water[cats] everywhere, but not a drop to drink."
hmm....that would be you and S.C. HAVE something in common.
Have you tried prodding it with a pointy stick?
TFI, has the right idea, but I think someone has already prodded it quite severely with the ugly stick!!!
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