The musings of Spitty the Kitty
Whoa! That's my Spittman! Did she yell and race to the bathroom to wash it off like a little nancy?
Not your fault: fact.Much ado about nuffink: fact.MeganSydney, Australia
If my human's hand gets in the way of Binga and a treat... she winds up at Urgent Care!**True story
Most excellent spread of claws - a triple slice, we believe. Perhaps there could have been a little more force with the leftest claw, but overall, a very good swipe. Bravo.
Hey, Spitty happens! Right!?
Humans are such wimps!
Not your fault at all! If peeps are gonna tick their hands between cats and those cats' toys, peeps need to expect what happens next. MOUSES!
That is nothing, I get those daily.
Humans are such wimps...my Mom was hand-wrestling with Teddy last night and he ACCIDENTALLY sliced open the side of her middle finger - Well WHAT DID SHE EXPECT??? She stopped playing with him and ran for the bathroom and washed the slice and put antibiotics on it and put a bandaid on it and when she got back to Teddy he was sound asleep. The waaaaaaambulances were busy last night.Hugs, Angel Sammy
Love your new word, Spitty. Waaaaaaambulance! Our mom has a big scratch on her arm. One of us did it, but she doesn't remember which of us, and we're not telling. MOL! XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo and Cooper Murphy
dood...bloodz R knot pourin frum a gashing open woond sew why iz yur mom havin a herd a cattle ~~~~ !!!!!☺☺☺♥♥♥
Oops ! This happens sometimes, right ? Mostly when your human has the fancy idea to put her hand between the cat and the toy... Purrs
Your human is crying: fake news!Emma and Buster
Egads, Spitty! Be nice to your human...those scratches are nasty.
It's a casualty of play, Spitty. She should know that.
Wow.... dude.. we don't think Not Me can be blamed this time. He's good for just about everything out there but this... Owwwwie.
Nope, not your fault!
What about all the times we get stepped on? Do we go on and on and on about it??
Whoa! Maybe the most important question is how's your toy?
Leave me a meow or a hiss; I don't mind a hiss or two. . . or even a bitey.