Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Point of View




She calls this evidence.


I call it decorating.

29 comments:

  1. Buy her a dictionary, Spitty. That will help her.

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  2. Love what you have done with the chair Spitty :)
    Was way too plain ;)
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure and JJ

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  3. Evidence? Evidence of what - your superior dominating ability?

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  4. We agree it is evidence...that your human is a pretty good housekeeper and must give you the brushies constantly. If that white chair were in our house, it would look like it was wearing a gray angora sweater.

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  5. Maybe it's evidence of decorating!

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  6. We think you need to do some more decorating, Spitty. :)

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  7. We see nothing.

    And why is it that Humans have white furniture and black cats ? Now come on, that's just asking for a life of conflict for the section of their brains devoted to 'cleaning'.

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  8. More decorating is needed, Spitty! She just can't see the bigger vision -- humans are so limited that way...

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  9. Looks like a hard day's work on your part, Spitster!

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  10. Spittikins-Dearest-Of-All-Kitties, I am 'porting over RIGHT NOW to comfort you in your time of Extreme Abandonment! You may rest your troubled lonely head on my soft tummy while I wash yer ears and scratch lightly unner yer chin... ~ Iza-Lambie

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  11. I would feel quite at home on that chair, seeing how the fur matches.

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  12. MOL! Everything needs some car hair on it.

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  13. It is called FURniture, after all. We think it needs more help being a FURniture. Shall we come over?

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  14. it's hard to tell what that is.. a smudge on the camera lens? A few stray fur bits? Rogue miniature dust bunnies? Evidence of what? I'd say it wouldnt hold up in any court! Need an caturny at paw? MOL

    Star says: If that's supposed to be evidence of you furring up the furnature then you need to do a better job of it! That's nothing, you should see some of the furs I leave behind in shedding season! And I seriously hate to blow the new ones horns.. but that Cashmere can shed up a storm, she knows how to use the fan to her advantage, how to act cute so she gets pet in such a way as to fully fur up mom's face WITH my mom's help and even with the use of a zoom groom! It was a sight to see! I was almost getting ready to be proud of her, until I realized, hey! She's getting pets from my mom! Grrrrr

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  15. Serves her right for having such a light-colored chair!

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  16. I would sure call it normal Spitty!

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  17. dood...we wont ask why yur mom iz ritin on de chair with a red magic marker tho her did due a prettee good job oh makin de dee sign look 3 dee ~~ ♥

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  18. Evidence of what? That someone was enjoying the comforts of the chair? Chairs are not decorations. They are for sitting and that’s what you’re doing. It’s not like you pooped on it.

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  19. Proof that cats do mark their territory - when they want to, that is.

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  20. In my house if there's none of my hair on it - it must not belong here. Hair is a cat-decorator's most used tool for creating purrrrsonality in an otherwise boring room full of human stuff. I think you placed those hair blobs in very artistic locations for maximum effect. Well done..........time to move to the next bit of undecorated furniture!

    Hugs, Sammy

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  21. We think it's highly decorative too!

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  22. Evidence of what? Doesn't she know she has a cat in the house??

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  23. Any human with a black cat and a white chair must not be thinking clearly unless the look she was going for all along was tweed. XO, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  24. That may be evidence of who is in charge

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