Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Spitty Disapproves
of Your Tomfoolery





and wonders why his foods have not yet been prepared for him.

What is this "out" you speak of?

Did it result in something being brought home for the kitty?

No?

Spitty rests his case. He will have nothing further to say until his nutritional needs have been met.

15 comments:

  1. I think you probably meant to say, "What is this 'out' of which you speak?". I mean, you wouldn't end a sentence with a preposition - unless, of course, you were doing it to annoy your Human. Or perhaps you were so discombobulated by your circumstances that the preposition just ended up there? I can't say I blame you - the situation you describe sounds dire indeed. I hope you score some extra special food to help you deal with the crisis.

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  2. Oh Spitty Dearest... I have a can of sardines TBT will open on demand... And a strip of sufficiently-cooked bacon... Would you like to come over and SHARE them with me? On the warmy waterbed? ~ IZA-LOVEY

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  3. Those eyebrow whiskers are set to Strongest Disapproval. We love the Angle of Disdain.

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  4. OH! IZA has the ultimate beacon! Bacon...sardines and a warmy waterbed! Me...just a white mustache. MOL.

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  5. Punapippuri's comment above says it all, Spitty!

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  6. Oh no, Spitty!! What a disappointment! Just when it looked as if your human was learning to treat you properly ...
    Purrs ... Rainbow

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  7. We suspected all along that the human's recent "good" behavior was a ruse. We tried to warn you.

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  8. Yep, you got the look Spitty!

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  9. Poor Spitty. Just when it seemed like she was getting better at meeting your needs, she slips up again.

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  10. Poor Spitty, being starved is no fun.

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  11. You tell her Spitty. There is no excuse for the way you are being treated.

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  12. If your nutritional needs have not been met, you won’t have the strength to climb up that nice curtain. MOL! Come visit me and I’ll share me free food with you.

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  13. That's right, Spitty...you tell her!

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  14. When my humans go away for a while, they PAY nice Julie to come on time to feed me. Most certainly your human ought to do the same, even if she is only going to be late for one meal. You are too Royal to have to wait for anything.

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