I guess someone would consider this post to be somewhat embarrassing for me, but I'm not ashamed of (almost) anything that I have done, I think it just gives me more experience on different things, good or bad.
Today I thought to share some maybe quite unexpected culinary experiences I have had lately. I still have the curious little kitten inside of me, who likes to taste and chew on different things. The lady of the house claims that it is usually the dogs that chew on everything, but I don't see why cats couldn't do that too??? Also, the smalles members of the staff have a habit of leaving all kinds of interesting things on the floor or on the tables, and I just happen to find these things, and then I very often just have to eat/taste/bite them. It's really as simple as that.
So here comes the stuff. Some of the pictures might upset the most sensitive viewers, so you have been warned...
A TrashBag. Not this particular individual, but you get the idea. A nice small, chewy, rubber thingie the smallest ones collected at some point. Very nice to chew on, doesn't taste like much though. Didn't cause any harm to my digestion, all in all quite an interesting experience.
An earplug. I found this one on the floor, and was immediately interested. Same kind of chewy rubber thing as the previous one. The lady of the house didn't appreciate this deed either... She found this half-eaten earplug with some black fur attached on it, and she knew right away what had happened...
A hair elastic. The smallest ones were playing with this yesterday, but when they were done with it, it was my turn. This one was a bit more challenging, but I was able to brake it into pieces. Or two pieces to be exact, this is what was left of it. In this case I have to admit that it probably wasn't any of my smartest ideas to swallow the 2/3 of the elastic... As you might guess, the piece didn't quite pass my digestion. So I might have vomited the damned thingie on the wee hours of the morning... The good thing is, that the lady of the house learned that I have a different kind of meowing for an upcoming vomit! She had even time to guide me to a better place from the white hairy carpet to do my thing. So, not much harm done.
Now you might think that I would have learned something from all this, that I wouldn't touch any suspicious stuff anymore? But no, I can't promise you that. I'm still as curious as before, and as long as there are interesting things on my path, I'm sure I will have to taste them!