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Lmao!! So funny. That would be my cat. We've always gone out of our way not to upset her in any way, shape, or form, because we know if we do, she'll get revenge immediately. As in, we'll have to hide our shoes because she'll go pee in them or put the plants outside for a few days because she'll eat them all. We paid h*ll for weeks one time when my mom caught her tail in the kitchen cabinet. I can only imagine the actual crazy stuff she'd do if I brought someone home she didn't like. They'd never come back.
Wasn't it one of Terry Pratchett's books where a character says, "If cats looked like frogs, we'd realize what nasty-minded little jerks they are"?Oh, the silky fur and the purr...it reels us in every time.
Jessi, your cat sounds like a handful! Bonnie sometimes pees in the wrong place but so far not in our shoes!jj, I think you're right! And it's true, they're nasty little predators. But cute.
I loved this clip!!! They way I see it, kitty knows what and who is good for the human!! She doesn't know how lucky she truly is! LOL!! Take carex
Kitty, Charlie is so lucky to have you to look after him!
Well, at least the cat cleans up after itself.
stacy, always look on the bright side of life, yes?
One of my near neighbours - single again, of course - has just acquired her second and third cats.I just posted that on her wall in facebook. >:-)
I do like that cat!
Richard, hehe! You can be so bad!Lily, me too!
LOLAwesome cat!One of ours likes to chew on things - shoes, the exercise machine, the little 5 pound weights (hm - this list makes it sound like we actually exercise), my wife's purses.Cats are a law unto themselves.Funny thing - even though they could jump over the gate and be in yarn heaven, they stay out of the knitting room - unless one of us carelessly leaves the gate open.
Sarah, you've obviously put the fear of God in them about the knitting room. How did you manage to do that with cats?
No fear. Just an inherent laziness to propel themselves up and over the gate.
Sarah, I suppose if you'd found the secret of training cats you'd be a millionaire!
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