Thursday, January 22, 2015

Don't Think I Don't Appreciate

the steady supply of grass you provide, Human, because I do. I really, really do. And I know you enjoy coming upon the little piles I regurgitate for you after a good nom session with my green friends.

Ah, now you see the point: Green stuff. Not the sickly, yellowish cast the current supply has taken on after too long a sojourn here on the table.

So, uh, let's get crackin' on that, shall we?

25 comments:

  1. Spitty, right now, I'd take the yellow stuff. ~Wally

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  2. My human says that she heard somewhere that cat grass could be kept greener longer by refrigerating it. But don't quote me on that! I never trust what she says about growing thing after all her stories of things she's killed.

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  3. Some days, Spitty, you must despair of your human. How many years is it now and she still overlooks basic stuff? Dearie, dearie, dearie.

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  4. Enjoy, Spitty, enjoy. Have a fabulous Friday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  5. That looks mighty tasty, Spitty. We don't even get that. No plants at all. The head peep kills them faster than we do.

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  6. Nothing like a bit of the green stuff for a good yak!

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  7. Though he isn't growing me any nowadays, my Dad once got the seeds for cat grass from Pet Smart and could start an infinite number of batches of it from that one package. Maybe that is what your human should do. It grows fast.

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  8. Maybe it's the creepy fog that makes it ungreen? On the other paw, maybe ungreen cat grass would make for an even better yak! I know I'd give it a try!

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  9. A person cannot keep up with that wheat grass...it lasts too short a time! You have to have a new batch starting every five days or so. I know, I've tried it Spitty!

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  10. I guess SOMEONE doesn't have a GREEN thumb? MOL!

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  11. dood...itz all bout supply N dee mand.....ewe dee mand...we got de supply....


    heerz two a goatfish N guppy kinda week oh end !!♥♥♥

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  12. We suspect that until you eat that, you aren't getting any more. It's like having to eat all your supper before you get any treats. Humans are cruel that way. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo.

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  13. Spitty, you are being a bit picky. My kitties would inhale that.

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  14. We agree. We only like it on the FIRST DAY it is served. After that, it's old news and it gets yellow.

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  15. Wow! Your Mommy grows yous cat grass!?!?
    Gives her Mommy the stink eye....
    Me could use a good regurgitation!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  16. That looks like some good grass Spitty!

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  17. Looks like some good quality greens to us Spitty.

    Emma and Buster

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  18. That grass looks like it’s in the prime of its life, Spitty. I’ve seen some really dead stuff in my day.

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  19. We're going with the Island Cats on this one.
    Our grass is buried under some white stuff :/
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure and JJ

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  20. Yepper, fresh it should be Spitty,

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  21. Yellow is better than none.
    That's what we've got - none.

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  22. *sigh* you mean, you get green stuff ALL the time? It took us four MONTHS before she finally bothered to plant ours! (we are enjoying it now, though, so...)

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  23. Spitty our Mom has started growing ours' from seed now. It is less expensive in the long run and we can have fresh all the time.
    Marty

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