The musings of Spitty the Kitty
We have some pretty dusty spots here too!
C'mon Spitty - you didn't need to spell it out for us. Who could possibly imagine that it's a king's job to dust the premises? Noooooooo way. THAT is why kings have servants - it's just that yours is pretty hopeless in the dusting department (and quite a few other departments, it must be said).MeganSydney, Australia
Maybe that dust will serve as protection from the ultraviolet rays, Spitty. MOL!
I hope she wasn't expecting you to use your tail for the dusting!
Hi Spitty! You could paw on the glass a message that says "dust me." Sometimes things just have to be spelled out to the humans. Tee hee hee. -Valentine (& Mom) of Noir Kitty Mews
Oh I think the idea of using your tail to leave HER a message in the dust is purrrrfect. Go for it..........Hugs, Teddy
Dust! With tCinnamon here, everything is covered with red fur...she is loosing her summer coat as her fall one is growing in. Yesterday Mommy vacuumed up enough hair to needle felt a new cat! And she says she will get the same amount today!We would trade it for dust.PurrsMarv
Really, Spitty? A couple of swipes with that massive tailio of yours should take care of that table top...easy peasey!
LOL, the dusting can wait, as our mom always say.Emma and Buster
We see you found a pawsome sunpuddle, Spitty, despite the dust.
I feel your pain. TW just dusted a year’s worth of dust off and end table. I guess tomorrow she’ll do the other end table, etc.
Leave me a meow or a hiss; I don't mind a hiss or two. . . or even a bitey.