Thursday, January 8, 2015

I Remember Vacation

Ah yes, those cozy days full of sunpuddles and noms, and petting and playing and attention anytime I asked for it.

Those days are gone now, Kitties, gone like the wind that swept through Georgia. Or like the fog that swept through San Francisco.

The Human waves a melancholy goodbye before 6:30 a.m., and with her go the tasty treats, the wand toys, and (sob) the brushies. The brushies, my friends.

And what happens when she staggers in at 4:30 p.m. or even later? Well, she says hello, pats my adorable furry head, and proceeds to forget I am even alive. That's what happens. I swear.

Does anyone need a live-in boyfriend? I've been, um, snipped, but I don't eat too much and I give a very nice baff.


27 comments:

  1. Book a ticket dude, and get yourself over here. We suffer in the same way but there's safety in numbers.

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  2. You're welcome here - we got some pretty good bacon and fish noms.

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  3. Oh Spitty. My heart bleeds. If you have to stay where you are, perhaps you could re-arrange your schedule: sleep while the human is away, then jump about and sing all night. That will send a certain kind of message.

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  4. No play, and no brushing? That's criminal neglect! And it is not doing your human any good either. It's unhealthy to neglect your kitty, emotionally, as well as the inevitable retribution!

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  5. Dammit, Blogger ate my comment :/

    It wasn't Pulitzer worthy, so I suppose it's not a big deal. =sigh=

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  6. We agree that some late night zoomies may get your Mom
    to rethink ignoring you when she gets home ;)
    heh,heh,heh
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure and JJ

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  7. I would share my crib with you, of course... I'm afraid my staff would run away after 2 days, but as long as we have the number of the üpizza guy everything is fine :o)
    Easy Rider

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  8. Megan has the answer! Unless you wanna come over here. Bring the pillows. They'll fit in the tunnel.

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  9. We feel your pain, what do they need a job for anyway?

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  10. That's a long day without any attention........my parents are older than dirt and are retired but at least they're HOME most of the time so I get brushies and treats and stuff.....I think your situation is borderline CRUEL!

    Hugs, Sammy

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  11. Poor Spitty, if I lived near you, I would volunteer to go visit you every day.

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  12. *raises paw* You can live-in here if you don’t mind human size dust bunnies. We can pay attention to each other cos TW ignores me all day and she’s home. You look so lonesome all alone on that pillow.

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  13. Come on Spitty, you are having a dramatic moment again!!!!!!!

    But we'd like to invite you over the house. Take Bart and stop at Del Norte Station and we'll pick you up from there.

    Emma and Buster

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  14. dood...therez plentee oh room for ya down heer long de haight...meet uz at fulton at 3;12 pea emm N we will head over ta momz N get sum swell tat twooz, then head ta *************** for sum primo grazz, then we will head bak ta wear we live if we can rememburr wear that iz....& ya can chillax at R place til de seals come bak ♥

    heerz two a warm, walleye, whitefish week oh end !! ♥♥♥

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  15. Oh bless you Spitty, the curse of working mums. I so understand

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  16. Oh dear Spitty. It is hard when the human goes out day hunting!

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  17. Dang, another injustice Spitty!

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  18. It's cold here, but Precious could keep you warms. Teleport on over!

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  19. You get right over here now Spitty! Mom L is home all day and she has two hands so she can brush you and me at the same time. And I have several cat. Beds, people beds, cat trees etc for you to chose from when you want a napa

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  20. Poor Spitty, you're so neglected ! You're welcome here ! Purrs

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  21. It sounds terrible Spitty. I am glad my mum stays at home and pets me and plays with me when she has finished messing around with the smelly horses.

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  22. You can come hang out with us, Spitty. The mom went back to work too. *sniff sniff*

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  23. Spitty, purrhaps mes could comes and visits yous during the day...Ninja is being nasty and chasing and biting mes!!!!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  24. Poor Spitty. You're so neglected. I'd let you stay here, but the conditions aren't much better.

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  25. Spitty we are so sorry, but it is no better here :(

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  26. That is a very sad story. We feel your pain.

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  27. We haven't read all the comments, but we bet you got lots and lots of offers. As lousy as it is, just remember, that the only way you can have treats and noms is if your mommy leaves you every weekday. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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Leave me a meow or a hiss; I don't mind a hiss or two. . . or even a bitey.