Monday, August 10, 2015

The Warm Bed of Disfavor

Hello, Kitties!  Sometimes, I abandon a purrfectly good beddie for no apparent reason. I avoid it for months. 
The Human begins to think, "Why am I keeping this useless floofy bed on a dining room chair when That Cat has not come near it in months? I should toss it out on its pillowy little a$$ and reclaim my chair, is what I should do."
What she doesn't realize is that I can hear her thoughts. 
And no sooner has the above idea taken shape in her mind, when ::abracadabra:: it is my favorite warm and squashy beddie again.
It's wonderful how this works out, isn't it?

20 comments:

  1. You gotta keep those humans on their toes!

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  2. I think it's marvellous the way you can do that Spitty and I'm sure your human does too!

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  3. We do that also!
    Drives humans nuts!
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure and JJ

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  4. I love your thought processes as they are one as well. Tell you what! When you arrive 0330...lets have a brewski first (got that great idea fro Austin) and then, we'll give mom a baff AND finish her hair too. Me, I tend to bite off her hair as I tend to groom myself too much sometimes. YOU will be more polite I know. xxxooo pee ess: Where is the pink beddy?

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  5. The usual typos. I have to do this myself and didn't get all of my claws retracted.

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  6. Yes, imagine what it's like here with so many kitties and so many ignored beddies.

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  7. Spitty, it's one of the things that human's find charming about cats...they can read our minds.

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  8. No one can out-smart you Spitty :) You look very comfy.

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  9. Ya know Spitty we like something when Mom brings it home and then we ignore it forever!

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  10. Yap, that's how our DNA works, to the dismay of humans.

    Emma and Buster

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  11. Yes indeed, itt happens here to Spitty!

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  12. dood .......ewe could due one oh thoz mind reedin kinda shows & make $ 85,244.11 prob ablee in just seezon one !!! oh, N just sayin.... but yur mom haz taken ta callin ewe...that cat.........if thatz knot a total dizz ree spect oh yur royal nezz, we dunno what iz....just sayin ~~~~~ ♥♥♥

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  13. It also works that way here.

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  14. Oh yes!! It really really spooks them when we do this!! Great fun!! It should be an olympic sport!

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  15. It's a talent we have that humans will never get, Spitty!

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  16. You are a cat after my own little heart. Oh wait, you have it already.

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  17. oh yes and it is something that only us kitties understand!

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  18. You're always one step ahead of the human, aren't you, Spitty?

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  19. Yes, indeed! The humans' first cat, Skooter, would sleep in one spot for two weeks and then like clockwork move to another. This went on for the entire 14 1/2 years of his life. He kept the humans guessing. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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