The musings of Spitty the Kitty
I think the chair just looks well-loved.
It is not damaged until repairs are made. Here in FInland duct tape is called 'Jesus tape' as it saves everything.And yes, we do have duct tape on a chair arm or two. And it's pretty difficult to claw.
I see no damage. I see some artistic texturing - which adds a certain visual interest to an otherwise lacklustre fabric. How much did you charge for that service, Spitty? And she's now got a matching suite: chair and curtains. Well done that kitty.MeganSydney, Australia
I agree - no damage, just an artistic improvement.
Then again - I'd think that a "well-loved" chair arm looks better than a chair arm with Jeesusteippi. And that's actually our Mom writing here. We totally agree with her.
Hahaha! Sorry for overcommenting, but we had to laugh about the matching curtains to the chair.
I think it is an interesting improvement in texture. the white does show off your black fur so nicely too.
If that is damaged, our furniture is ruined. Looks okay to us...just like "stubbly" fabric! XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo and Cooper Murphy
Spitty, you've still got a long row to hoe, in training that human of yours!
Looks like ALL the chairs at my place!Nellie loved to "purrsonalize" the furniture.LoveBarb
We love how Summer puts it.http://emmaandbuster.blogspot.com/2017/07/thankful-thursday_20.html
dood....we see noe damage....what we due see; iz an artistic endeavor in de studee oh clothe....one thatz knot eazee a lee a cheeved !!!! grate werk ☺☺♥♥
We think the Berber-like texture adds to the chair. Second to you, of course.
You have not damaged it, you just put your decorative touch on it.
The chair is fine, Spitty. You just added your special touch to it.
All fabrics in a house with cats should be unpuncturable. Or undamagable by punctures. Not the same thing, but same results.
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