Sunday, March 28, 2010

Carrier as a Nappy Spot

Many cats miss out on the nicities of using their carrier as a casual lounge area. This is a GREAT mistake on their part. Carriers, with some proper cushy towelage, are comfy, safe, warm and inviting...

You're not really trying to wake me up, are you?

Now that you've got me awake, can you be a good little human and bring me some canned food and a magazine? K THX BYE.

Gran'ma trip Numero Two-o

Went to Gran'ma's again today, for breakfast and perusal of my guest accomodations. The place is interesting and chock full of toys to attack and eat. The evil 'baboo' was placed in isolation, much to my glee.

Gran'ma is pretty good with the scritches, so I humored her with a little chin and 'paw touch' action.

A most fascinating orange orb was brought out for me this time - I must demand one of those to play with at home.

Also of high interest was the green snakey thing.

I was teased with it many times.

Thus was forced to take it down, once and for all.

All in all, I approve of the Gran'ma resort accomodations. There is much yet to explore here.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Twinkie Advice - Acting Cool

Now, nothing is more annoying than going to the vet. But it's highly important for a well travelled kitteh to act cool. Practice your pre-carrier look and demeanor. Chillin' out before hand is guaranteed to win points and treats.

Oh hey there, you lookin' for me?

Oh what, you got your coat on? You're serious, I have to get in that blue thing?!

ER - ah - I mean sure, but wouldn't you rather I sit on your lap, hmm?

Monday, March 15, 2010

Visiting Gran'ma!

Today I visited Gran'ma's house.

While the travelling accomodations were subpar, I was pleased with my new surroundings.

This place has potential.

The furniture is rather nice, even if it smells like the evil dog, 'Baboo'.

Note the look of pure, concentrated evil on the mutt.

She certainly has better views than I do at home, although the incessant clock chiming MUST be stopped.

The toys, however, were exquisite.

Monday, March 8, 2010

Owning the computer table

There are many parts of the computer table that are interesting. The CD rack, for one, allows me to watch mom but be gloriously untouchable.

Getting behind the monitor has also been highly successful.

Note the excellent viewing point, but the monitor size and cabling makes it nearly impossible to remove me.