The musings of Spitty the Kitty
Spitty, we're impressed that you've decided that boxes are good things.
Aha! I KNEW that your Human would be too scared to come home without a present of some kind for you. And indeed, it now seems as though it might have all been about you: that is, I think she might have had to have purchased that stoopy bowl in order to get the box that it came in. Isn't she thoughtful?MeganSydney, Australia
You have a lot to learn about the art of boxing. Lesson 1 has been accomplished - fear of boxes overcome. Lesson 2 is in progress - commanding the packaging to be comfortable. Next you have to play in the box before chewing it to bits and spreading the bits all over the floor. Advanced courses in peemailing optional for multiple ownership boxes.
Oh! That is a PRIME box!
Nope. Remember Admiral's T Tiny one, about 4 inches long, 2 inches wide and just over an inch deep? She used to walk to it and put her precious front feets into it. In her consideration, she was IN the box. It was one of her most favorite toys. BTW, I loved you smooching my whiskers last night. More Hams?
Wow, Spitty - that box is pawesome - fully equipped with crumpled paper as well - enjoy!Purrs ... Rainbow
Welcome to the wonderful world of boxing Spitty!
So happy that you have learned to love a good box!
OOH! A box, and crinkly paper, too! You're the big winner, Spitty! :)
That is a nice box.
Oh yes! That's a good one - - nice paper inside - - fits well - - looks like a WIN to me! The only way that thing will eat you is if that box has teeth (it doesn't does it??).Hugs, Sammy
I told you boxes were fun. Plus you got some nice crinkle paper to make it better.
There's nothing better than a good box!have a super Sunday...Noodle and crew
Boxing Day? What calendar are YOU on???? MOL MOL MOL! Love it anyway!!! catchatwithcarenandcody
Yeah, TBT is allus getting stuff of no innerest ta us too. But, ooh, the boxes...
Leave me a meow or a hiss; I don't mind a hiss or two. . . or even a bitey.