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  • #596534

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    #983598

    always here
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    sorry, but this is so not a big deal story…

    several years ago, my male cat was found in the Lubavitcher shul where we davened, around the corner from our house. at the same time, his ‘wife’ was giving birth to a litter of kittens in my daughter’s room, in a box, under a portrait of the Lubavitcher Rebba, zt’l.

    I PROMISE this is a true story!!

    #983599

    Clairvoyant
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    What does the Lubavitcher Rebbe have to do with your cat and her kittens, always here?

    #983600

    From the link:

    He stopped near the seat of the Burshtein Rebbe Shlita, who attempted to scare the cat away, but it refused, and …It remained until after Kedusha, after which it exited the Shul.

    The cat didn’t stay until after aleinu??? That is surprising! Even cats are trying to get out early because of “work” these days! Ah shande!

    What I don’t understand is, you can’t move around during kedusha, so why would the Rebbe try to get it to move?

    #983601

    always here
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    Clairvoyant~

    the ‘father’ was in a Lubavitcher shul, the ‘mother’ was giving birth under a portrait of the Rebba.

    what’s not clear to you?? (both were my cats).

    #983602

    Shticky Guy
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    There’s a famous story of a pigeon that flew into a yeshiva in England and refused to leave despite all the efforts of the bochurim. Someone went to the Rosh Yeshiva and said “Efsher it’s a gilgul ?”. The Rosh Yeshiva replied “Efsher it’s a foigel (bird) ?”.

    #983603

    TheGoq
    Participant

    Maybe Rabbi Weiss will ordain the cat

    #983604

    BSD
    Member

    Maybe you can be mikarev the cat?

    #983605

    TheGoq
    Participant

    that is so funny always was it a boy? did u hire a meowhel to perform the bris?

    #983606

    always here
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    haha, Goq! 🙂

    #983607

    GumBall
    Member

    watz the story in the scoop tht u linked to??? i cant read it…..cud you tell me it in short??

    #983608

    goody613
    Member

    this summer i saw a bird fly into a shul land on someones (a chashuve talmid chochom) head while he was davening shemneh esrey and he didnt move

    #983609

    now THATS a story.

    #983610

    GumBall
    Member

    watz the story abt????

    #983611

    ☕️coffee addict
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    one RH many years back there was a fly that came into my mesivta’s Beis medrash during davening, during krias hatorah it landed on the mantel, during shofar it flew back and forth like a dozen times.

    #983612

    um…i have a story too, just it doesnt have some wow ending, like that no one moved and everyone kept davening…2 years ago in camp a bear walked into the shul while everyone was davening shemoneh esrei…i think you can all imagine the ending!!! 😉

    #983613

    once there was an ant on the floor in my Shul

    it walked around for a while and then i didnt see it anymore

    #983614

    i actually have a lot more amazing insect stories, but theyre all pretty similar to the one i posted above.

    #983615

    wanderingchana
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    Maybe it was just there for kaddish..

    #983616

    could be

    i think it was a gilgul of another ant that i saw a few weeks earlier that i stepped on.

    perhaps it wanted to give me a chance to ask for mechilah.

    #983617

    ☕️coffee addict
    Participant

    R moderator 80,

    and you missed your chance 🙂

    #983618

    Shticky Guy
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    Goq: Your meowel joke was for sure up to scratch. It was the best post on this thread by a whisker, and other posts just couldnt cat-ch it . But why shouldnt the cat come in to shul anyway; they didnt have any claws in their agreement to stop it? Just because it was a good-fur-nothing? If it became a member of the shul would make hisssstory. But it went away eventually and thats a purrrfect ending to the tail. So I’ll wish you all a kitten voch.

    #983619

    apushatayid
    Participant

    Perhaps the cat wants the amud because he is saying kaddish for his cousin the ant.

    #983620

    always here
    Participant

    very cute post, Shticky Guy 😉

    #983621

    gefen
    Participant

    Shticky Guy – good post!

    #983622

    Shticky Guy
    Participant

    Thank you, thank you. You never know, I may grow up one day.

    #983623

    cherrybim
    Participant

    Now, if your female cat was found in the Lubavitcher shul where you davened, and if her ‘husband’ was giving birth to a litter of kittens in your daughter’s room, under a portrait of the Lubavitcher Rebba, I’d be impressed (and I’d even switch sides).

    #983624

    always here
    Participant

    cherrybim~ ha ha.

    at least with my story, I have witnesses, & it’s not fiction 😛

    #983625

    hanib
    Participant

    thanks all of you. LOL for real, while reading the whole thread.

    #983626

    GumBall
    Member

    2 yrs ago a cat kept on coming on my porch he was always their and one day we opened the door and he came in…it was freaky then after it went away but a few dayz later i saw the cat in between my house and my neighbors house and he was staring at me for five min straight untill i gave up and left!!!!!!

    #983627

    im still confused as to what a cat has to do with the Lubavicher Rebbe…

    #983628

    always here
    Participant

    we have shichus.. our cats had shichus

    #983629

    👑RebYidd23
    Participant

    What’s not clear is why one would choose to own both male and female cats when it could cause a kitten problem.

    #983630

    WIY
    Member

    Rebyid

    Who are you a gilgul of you keep bumping old threads?

    #983631

    golfer
    Participant

    This whole thread was worth bumping for shticky guy’s comment.

    #983632

    🍫Syag Lchochma
    Participant

    I second the question

    #983633

    pixelate
    Member

    mcgonnegal

    #983634

    Bookworm120
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    @pixelate – LOL. 😀 I’ve never read HP, but I did see the first couple of minutes of the first movie, so I got your reference (I think)!

    #983635

    always here
    Participant

    rebyidd23- ‘What’s not clear is why one would choose to own both male and female cats when it could cause a kitten problem.’

    hi! we chose to have the male because there was a mouse in our house; we got him as a kitten.

    as he got older, he went outside & he brought the female home w/ him; they would hang out on our porch together.

    we thought she was pregnant & kept her. she didn’t give birth until maybe a year later (?)= we were wrong, she wasn’t pregnant *then*, but we kept her.

    we haven’t had cats in years now because the kittens were climbing on the dining room table & onto my husband’s seforim.

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