Life in the Slow Lane
I prefer the use of a microwave. Of course it usually does not cook them all the way through.
That looks just a little painful, but I'm sure kitty loves it.Did you get a package today? Stuff was guaranteed, and it's not like you're that far away.
I'M CRUSHING YOUR HEAD! CRUSHING YOUR HEAD!You crazy canadians and your head-crushing
Kids In The Hall reference? woo hoo!
Those eyes are pushing on her brain again! You know if she sneezed right now(then) her eyes would pop right out? Did you ever think of that? WHAT IF SHE SNEEZED?That would relieve the pressure on her brain, resulting in a rising level of normalcy...Really, I love your cat, I do, but she's such a princess. Just like my Chester, the TubPooper©.Remind me again why we allow these semi-evolved rodents in our lives? We were visiting some friends new home last night and were treated to the sight of Moby, their 6 pound LittleGirlKitty© shaking and swatting the trunk of their ficus tree until a single leaf fluttered down. She picked it up and walked off with it, on some highly important and secret mission. There is nothing as funny as a cat carrying anything in it's mouth.Often Fergus wanders out of the bedroom with an item of K's clothing and deposits it in the living room. Last week it was her bikini bottoms; two days later not one but two sweaters.Socks used to be a popular choice, and Chester and Fergus would empty K's sock drawer in minutes, leaving a trail of socks from one end of the apartment to the other.And they look at me as if I'm the crazy one...
I once had an apartment that shared a rickety old wooden deck with the neighbor's apartment. One of my cats liked to jump in the neighbor's window and steal her socks. I used to go over and give her the socks back. We'd laugh.Then this older woman moved in and one day there were a pair of nylons in my apartment. The darned cat had carried nylons over all of that splintery wood. I didn't know this woman. I went out on the deck, pitched the nylons in her window and, very soon after, got one of those little slidy screens for my window. No more sock stealing for my kitty.And Yoshi's eyes do look like they're ready to pop right out. I have to make sure Bucky sees this one. :-)
Oh, I heartily approve of this activity. Would it be acceptable to substitute a dog if one does not have a cat, or does that miss the spirit of the whole event?repicz
autch what a crazy cat ;-)
scotty-oh yeah, That is Nuke Your Cat Tuesday in my house.mrtl-I can assure you no cats were harmed in the taking of that photo. In fact there was much purring all around.spoonie-in fact I am pretty sure it is in the constitution that head crushing is part of our Canadian Heritage. That and beer.whfropera-have I mentioned that I have rented the first two seasons of Kids In The Hall on DVD for my viewing pleasure? Laughter is the best medicine.fueltank-your stories of cat cuteness are making my heart melt. Can you see why I have to squeeeeeeze them?squirl-OMG! Another cute cat story. Must crush Yoshi AGAIN!bucky-my motto is "If it can fit in your hand-crush it!"white trash-or a crazy cat owner?
Bwahahahaha! You sicko! :D
We all are white Trash i think its just a crazy Pic
amanda b-Yoshi is the sick one. She loves it when I crush her head.a world of-I guess you could make that assumption. But what about people who are not white?hhewwyey
Damn, I missed Crush Your Cats Head Friday! Next week, though, I'm there!
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