Life in the Slow Lane

Life in the Slow Lane

Friday, October 20, 2006

Crush Your Cat's Head Friday-A Little Break


I am giving her a break this week as she has recently shown interest in helping with the laundry. Hopefully over time I can leave that job entirely up to her while I eat bonbons and watch Oprah.

10 comments:

sharkey said...

Looks like she's doing a good job. Since the basket's empty, all your clothes must be clean, folded, and put away.

Send her to my house, wouldja?

whfropera said...

yeah and Linus starts doing the dishes - HA!

alan said...

I've figured out how to use my cell to check Blogger and since you commented on mine, I followed you home and got to see this lovely photo for my lunchtime treat!

I also tried to leave you a comment, but then it wanted me to log in again and when I did it lost the comment...by then it was time to go back to work, lol!

Such gorgeous blue eyes!

alan

Precisiongirl said...

I honestly thought that's what cats were for... x

hemlock said...

Silly Yoshi!

Our one cat is all over jumping into any open box. Crazy cats.

Fridita said...

I am very jealous! The closest any of my cats get to the laundry is when they lay all over the clean clothes in the basket. Frankly, they won't do anything they deem as "menial." They loll around & watch me do it all (except when I use the vacuum; no one watches that because they are too busy hiding).

Squirl said...

I think she's saying she's too gorgeous to do menial housework. But she'll join you on the couch for bonbons and Oprah.

headless cat said...

i usually help my owner with lots of things around the house - but mainly i like making life comfortable and soft for her by leaving lots of nice soft fluffy fur everywhere... its the job i do best!

happy and blue 2 said...

Maybe she's just waiting for a sweater or something to claw to pieces to make up for all the head crushing incidents..

eclectic said...

I believe she's begging to be crushed by the laundry basket. Not literally of course, just to have the basket placed upside-down over her so she can pretend you can't see her peeking through the handles.