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Cat? I'm a kittycat.
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So I'm moved... sorta. I still don't have a bed, and my desk and my [still broken] computer haven't arrived yet, but I have places to sit and places for my books to live, and dishes, and a Moofy1, so it's all good. I slept on the couch with a sleeping bag last night, but I have a feeling I'll be dropping by my parents' house tonight to get my regular blanket (which I hope to God somebody checked on -- it usually requires about 3 cycles thru the dryer on low to be dry, and I had just washed it) because Moofy does not like the sleeping bag. I know this because he will not walk on it, and instead of sleeping on me, he slept in the chair. Besides, it made me all hot and sweaty last night. 5-pound sleeping bags are not recommended for indoor camping unless your heater is broken, and mine is not. In fact, I had the a/c on because there was plenty of heat wafting up from my downstairs neighbors to make it just a little too warm with my system turned completely off.

The only thing discernibly destroyed by Moofy as I slept was the scratching-post-thing -- he managed to pull the feathery thing off. It was rather amusing when my alarm clock went off to see him jump up next to it and peer at it for a moment before sniffing and pawing at it. We'll see how things look when I get home tonight... He is eating his food, but doesn't seem to be drinking the water. I can't say as I blame him, though. The water reeks of chlorine to someone used to bottled2 as I am, but he's been living at Val's, which is like a mile away, and it's the same water, so I don't know what his problem is.

I do know that I'm tired and my wrists hurt and I haven't done any homework for about 2 weeks. I am so gonna fail.

1 Recognizable as a largish (though not quite adult) sleek black cat. Very agile, likes to jump and bite things. Is extraordinarily cute. May get his own LJ at some point in the future.
2 My parents' house was built in the country, and at the time there were no sewer or water lines to the area. Now that it's no longer in the country, it's still too expensive to get normal water and sewer, so they get water from a well. This water is full of lime and other minerals, and they don't drink it. Instead they have an Ozarka cooler for the water to drink and cook with, so I'm used to having bottled water all the time.
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