Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Alienesse, Feb 18, 2012.
My two kitties this morning.
"Where's the turkey? I smell turkey! Is that turkey?"
You will obey us. We are the Masters.
A question that has been bugging me for a month or so....
How do you keep cats out of the Christmas tree?
with great difficulty.
put laxatives on the cats. eventually the tree will learn not to eat them.
While there is no full-proof method, there is however what we know cats already love to get into: boxes and plastic bags.
Scatter them on the floor with them and lace them with catnip.
My attempts to get a cute holiday picture with Junior did not go well. I had to practically chase him around the house before he stopped long enough to get a photo. He was most unimpressed with my attempts at holiday spirit.
Put the cap on the floor upside down. Eventually he'll try to fit in it. Viola! cute picture!
Yeah, tried that. He tried to eat it.
Maybe try to make it box shaped?
Then again, when are cats ever impressed with...anything?
Finally! I got him in his kitty bed and just slid it under the tree!
He actually looks like he's smiling ! It's probably just the angle of his head, but he honestly looks "happy".
You haven't learned how to read Cat body language yet. It says: Leave me alone unless you got food.
Which is 45% of the time.
50% is: Leave me alone, I'm sleeping.
2% is: Leave me alone, I'm playing in boxes and empty plastic bags.
1% is: Leave me alone, Im doing something you told me not to, like sneaking outside.
1.5% is: Leave me alone, Im licking myself.
And 0.5% is: Okay, you can pet me now. But make it snappy unless I demand more.
^You're both wrong. I poured catnip in his bed just a few minutes earlier.
That's not smiling or scowling. It's the "Dude, you're harshing my mellow" stare of a stoned cat.
^Speaking of stoned cats...
Very cute picture. Reminds me of Puss 'N Boots from Shrek.
Catnip, otherwise known as Kitty Crack.
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