Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Guilty as charged

You might have noticed by now that I like to chew on different things. This habit isn't usually appreciated by my staff, but what can I do. Chewing things is a part of me, and they just need to accept the whole package. I think they still consider me having more positive than negative sides, but I have realised I need to have some kind of balance between the annoying and the sweet things.

Sometimes the evidence against me is so incriminating, that there isn't any point trying to blame the smallest members of the staff for example. Or the fish. The fish don't seem to do anything bad ever. Today I got caught on two different "incidents" that involved both chewing and hiding things.
 
 
Here's the mug shot of the first unfortunate incident. Me and the missing oven mitt. The staff had been looking for this oven mitt for a while, wondering where it could have disappeared. Today the big one found it under their bed... The oven mitt was also a bit damaged, as you might notice from the picture. Yes yes, I'm guilty, can't deny that. But it was so tempting, it had a nice smell and taste of some food, I just couldn't resist it when I saw it just lying on the table.
 
 
Here you can see a metallic part of the fireplace, I don't know what it's called. The black marks on it are caused by my teeth...I really don't have an explanation for this, other than that I was just curious. There was I, sitting on the fireplace and the metallic ball was beside me. Then I just thought I might chew on it a bit. So I did. Because I could. I couldn't blame the smallest ones here either, since they couldn't even reach this thingie. So yes, guilty again.
 
Aaanyhoow... I think theys still like me a lot, I already got some food and laptime. Luckily my staff is very understanding.

12 comments:

  1. My Auntie Primrose is a chewer of the plastic bags.

    Purrs,
    Nissy

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    1. Hmmm.. I've never tasted a plastic bag... Maybe I should give it a try...

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  2. We don't chew very much - well that's our story and we're sticking to it!
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  3. You are so fortunate. You were forgiven. But it is your due. You are cat.

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    1. I agree. We cats do have some well deserved benefits in this world.

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  4. dood....glad ya choozed knot ta blame de fish coz then de fish wooda been kicked out N sew much for yur food source huh....

    !!!!

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    1. Yes, I was once clever enogh to think about that possibility too!

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  5. A cat's gotta do what a cat's gotta do Carlos! I'm sure your peeps still like you just fine :)

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  6. are you sure your name isn't JAWS? MOL!

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    1. I think I like that... Jaws... I believe that would describe me even better!

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