Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Eh, Whatev.

A dear friend purchased this fine toy 
for her Kitty. Her kitty didn't much care 
for it. Our friend boxed it up, batteries 
and all, and mailed it to me all the way 
from Sacramento. Wasn't that super
nice of her??
Last night the Human *finally* put it 
together for me, and . . . 
Well, I'll let you see for yourselves 
how excited I was!

35 comments:

  1. I can see you are absolutely riveted by this new toy, Spitty!!

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  2. Mommy never was tempted. That is for a kitten, I think. Grown up kitties like us, and Royal ones besides, find that frenetic action just too too. xxoox

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  3. You’re not scared of it, are you? I had about the same reaction: indifference. We had one years ago and TW had to give it away. Then I won another one and I don’t know why TW didn’t give it away today when the shelter made a pick up. Walgreens has these in their clearance shelf and no one will buy them.

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  4. Hmm. That toy does not look like a keeper!

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  5. Hmmm... Any paws up?

    Purrs,
    Nissy #Niss4Senate

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  6. MOL, ya look thrilled wif it.

    I got one and I luv it.

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  7. dood...we iz on de korner oh geary & divisadero N guess what..........
    noe....try...again.......

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  8. Hhahahaha! We love your exit. Not sure we'd like it -- it's the update to the old "undercover mouse," isn't it, with a new name, package,etc.

    Maybe your human can donate it to a local shelter/rescue. :-)

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  9. Ha ha ha ha! Spitty, kibble came right out of my nose!!!

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  10. LMAO we have that one the blog today too

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  11. We had that toy and enjoyed staring at it. Ambrose enjoyed ripping the moving wand off and dragging it away to chew on it,

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  12. Our cousin cats have destroyed one of those, they loved it. Clearly they are not as sophisticated a you!

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  13. Curious Spitty - I would have thought you'd really enjoy playing with that.

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  14. We think Katie may be right.
    That is a toy for youngsters. We are all older kitties.
    Except Julie who is 5
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure and JJ

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  15. Too bad, Spitty. We enjoyed ours. It's not something we would play with every day, but it has enough novelty that we are interested in it now and then.

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  16. Now Spitty, don't get so excited pal.

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  17. Well, I see you gave it the paws down too - so where is it going next?

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  18. The Farm cats reacted similarly to the same toy

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  19. You seem kinda disturbed by that thing, Spitty...

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  20. Well, at least yours WERKED right! TBT got US one an it just fluffed around a few times. He returned it.

    But we DID like it when it moved.

    IZA- Oh dear Spittikins, I am SO sorry the whirly thing scared you. Shall I 'port over and soothe yer beating heart? Please?

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  21. Try to contain your excitement, Spitty! We had one of those toys and we liked it...so much so, that we wore it out.

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  23. HahaMeow! Spitster, you never disappoint us!

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  24. Hehehehe - yup, we love your response. Maybe in time you'll like it. Maybe.

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  25. Spitty - We love to see you struggling to hide your enthusiasm for your new toy. We had one of those a couple of years ago and we found that if we ordered the human to adjust the speed to a less frenzied mode, it was interesting to gaze at for at least 45 seconds. Your thing-a-ma- jig appears to be running at full bore speed which may be more suitable for kittens wanting a cardio-workout. Being old fart senior cats, we prefer the less convulsive low speed setting which sustained our attention for an astounding 27 seconds & lulled us into a wonderful hypnotic Zen state of mind. Humans can be such suckers to believe that toy would make us want to exercise & act like kittens again MOL!

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  26. Well, sure, you're not going to show off your best moves when the pawparazzi is right there wtih the camera in your face! Understandable! You'll go nuts for it when the camera is missing, hee hee

    Star says: You're too smart to fall for that thing, Spitty. You know it's not a real... Was that a mousie? A fuzzy black mousie with felt ears? Sorry, gotta go! Pop over later and we can snuggle! Purrrr!!

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  27. Same thing happened at our house, Spitty, then the arm broke about 30 seonds later. We packaged it up and sent it back for a full refund. Dangling the shoelaces from my shoes got more of a reaction than that toy.

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  28. HAHAHAHAHA.....that's why my Mom didn't get me one....she knows me too well! HAHAHA

    Hugs, Sammy

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  29. I am super surprised! Most kitties I see, LOVE IT! So much so in fact that I have been contemplating getting one for Cody!

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  30. Hope you decide to try this out, Spitty. It is one of our favorite toys. Tell Mom Mary to try it on the rug. It doesn't make as much noise, which can be scary sometimes. Bet you will play with it if your mom isn't filming. XO, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  31. Nope nope nope not gonna happen, right on Spitty!

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  32. Wow! That toy really got your heart pumping from the workout, eh, Spitty? MOL!

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  33. MOL MOL! At least you didn't run away from it like two Powder Puffs did when Mom brought one home to our house! Needless to say we were about as excited as you and it got returned
    Marty

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  34. MOL! Not one of your favorite toys then, we guess? Maybe it will grow on you!

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  35. YUP! exactly what The Kid and I thought...ours is now at our former shelter

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