Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Zebra Boy Ignores Your Miseries

Yes, Kitties, Spitty's had just about enough of this twaddle about kindness, and care, and compassion. The Human's had quite enough time to  pull herself together and get back to work, for goodness sake. 

Surely she can't imagine I'm going to tolerate having her here with me all day long, everyday, wrapped in her ratty baffrobe, drinking Wal-tussin straight from the bottle and monopolizing the remote. Nope:  It's Not Going to Happen.

You know what today is? No? Well, I'll tell you:

It's Independence Day.

43 comments:

  1. Don't say that, then aliens might come down and try and take you away.

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  2. That's quite the unique look you have there. Very stylin'.

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  3. i love the markings it made, what a cool effect. only Spitty could pull that off tho

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  4. woo hoo!! you go Spitty!!! you take what is yours...the WHOLE HOUSE!!!...ummm...Miss Mary...just kidding...'kay???...worried ears

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  5. Um, "independence" is great as a theory, but remember who has the thumbs...

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  6. Zebra kitty please be careful. Meals on Heals (that's what we call our Mommy) might forget to buy cat food or dish it out! Cod forbid!

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  7. ZEBRA BOY! Ha ha ha ha!!!

    Now, Spitty. Certainly you can't forget that she does feed you, right? And flu can take like half a cat life to go away. Plus, what are you going to do if she decides to not work any more and is home all the time? *Then* what? She could be all "William, you have dust on your head" or "William, you have a toy on you" or "Russell, don't bite your brother until he squeals."

    OK, maybe not "William" and probably not the last one either, but be warned anyway. *Somebody* always winds up crying. CAT UP!

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  8. Go for it. Independence is great. We think it'll last about, 6 hours until you come pleading for the Help of Thumbs.

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  9. We callin yur bluff Spitty. If your Human was five minutes late getttin home from day hunting you would be cryin like a baby that your starvin'.
    By the way, those strips look like a bad acid trip from the 1967.,, anyway, they are not flatterin to yur pearshaped physique and ya know it's a bad look when Spitty can't carry it off. Maybe you could send a pic. to MSNBC and get a gig on those friday night Prison shows...if yur stripes were running in the right direction HAHAAH MOL!

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  10. We thought maybe you stopped commenting cos Ms. Stella can be sorta mean but then we just read Ellen's comment so we don't feel so bad now. MOL

    I think your stripeys are quite lovely. Shall we start calling you T...I...double Ga RRRRRR?

    xoxo
    Ms. Stella O'Houligan

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  11. Spitty, you talk big but so far I have not seen any action. Just sayin'.

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  12. Pah. All she has to do is to hold your brush and you'll go running. :p

    PS/ You sure know me well! You got my furs right! :)

    Tutu

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  13. Ok, Im kinda loving the stripy look on you, shames it only temporary.

    As for wanting to get your mum back out to work to leave you in peace . . . you're not fooling anyone Spitty. You know you are going to miss her and her ratty baffrobe. Just saying.

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  14. Hee hee Stripey butt!
    Um, let me ask you something, Mr. Independent.. How you gonna open those cans of stinky goodness or chicken baby food jars or even... empty that litter pan? Just askin'... ;)

    Star says: Humans can be so inconsiderate.. why do they think they can be sick on OUR time? Be sick somewhere else! I'm on your side, Spitty, no matter what my mom thinks..

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  15. We love your new furry look. We like our humans at home; it means better service!

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  16. Dude, don't you love 24/7 service ? I do : )

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  17. Like your stripes!

    Sounds like you have fish to fry and need the human to get out of the house!

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  18. Zebra stripes are quite slimming Spitty!!!

    Come on...admit you like having your human around 24/7. I dream about it.

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  19. Ha ha ha, I like the whole interdimensional time travel idea! But you *got* your food. Russell's still wishing.

    And yes, all the time. About the only break we get is when she goes out to get a newspaper! It's good I'm such a mellow boy is all I can say.

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  20. That's a great picture. Maybe you can hide the remote Spitty? LOL.
    Sue B

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  21. happee fourth oh july zebra boy; veree nice ta meet ewe... N when ya see spitty pleez ta give him R best fishes for a wild whitefish wednesday...

    :)

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  22. Oh Spitty! Your Mom needs extra TLC just like she would give to you!

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  23. Hi Spitty,
    Me thinks yous needs a good pawty!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  24. Those are some spectacular zebra furs, Spitty. Okay, we do guess this has gone on a pretty long time. Just remember that if you were the sick one your mom would be catering to your every whim and demand. Stay strong! More prayers and healing thoughts for your mom. Purrs and hugs from the kitties at www.thecatonmyhead.com, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Josette

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  25. Today we celebrate your Independence Day! Glad your human is better and could go back to work :-)
    I love your zebra look!

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  26. Well you do look darn good in tabby stripes!

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  27. dood you look good in stripes - just doncha make the mistake of wearing the Yankee pinstripe okay fellow Giant lover?

    Emma and Buster

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  28. Whoa! You've gone all tabby cat on us, Spitty! purrs

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  29. Zebra Boy Spittola! You look quite smashing in stripes. They do a body good. Wait..isn't that part of a commercial? Um....let me think...

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  30. Independence is fine and all, Zebra Boy, until it's time for food. Just saying! :)

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  31. Oh oh, Spitty. Don't go too far with this. Take a deep breath and a nice nap and talk to us again in the morning.

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  32. And just when we're all with you and this independence thing, we remember we can't get into the food container. NO FAIR!

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  33. Woot! If she was taking Vitamin D3, she wouldn't be in this mess and neither would you. I realize she teaches a bunch of snotty coughing kids, but really. Um, tahnks for supporting me for Pope even though I did see Mollie's blog.

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  34. MOL, hope she's feeling a bit better Spitty..Love your new coat :) xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  35. Hey we have our mum around all the time now. She is at least dressed and doing some productive stuff, but she isn't out earning green papers.

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  36. Say it isn't so, Spitty!
    You haven't gone all *tabby* on me, have you???
    ; ) Katie

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  37. You look great in stripes, Spitty! And I am sorry your mom has been taking so long to feel better; I'm guessing she's not so excited about it either ;)

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  38. Independence? really? is that why you is wearing a prisoner uniform?
    or MEBBE - you is grabbing the keys to teh Furrari, spinning the tires and leaving tracks on her driveway...is that it?! is it ? is it? can you comes here? please?
    *pacing in front of the front door with her "i CAN"T wait!" face on*

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  39. With that pinstripe suit you got on we has to wonder...are you planning to go out calling, looking for a replacement Human?

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