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handbells 11-18-2011 07:49 AM

Cats!
 
So I was in my kitchen getting my Ahi diced up and out of nowhere come two of my cats (I have four). I decide to go check the recipe for something, cover the tuna up, come back, and one of them (the meekest of the bunch, mind) was on the counter! Standing on stop of my container lid, sniffing it and trying to get it open! :rofl:

dasiey 11-18-2011 07:55 AM

I had made a sandwich the other day I ahd to walk in the
other room. When I came back my dog was eating it.The
one to the left. Thats my frankie. Hes a snot.

handbells 11-18-2011 08:04 AM

He's adorable! Even if he is a snot for eating your sandwich!

gotsomeold 11-18-2011 10:32 AM

It is truly wonderful, the way our animal companions endeavor every day to make our lives a wee bit better.

It has been many years since I left anything 'out' on a counter.

Joedi 11-18-2011 02:23 PM

I have 6 cats....and have had to resort to chopping any kind of meat in my microwave!
I open the microwave door...place the meat inside, then stand with my hands inside the microwave, chopping/dicing or whatever...keeping my elbows bent to nudge the cats out of the way!
When they were kittens, they couldnt jump onto the counter top...and I would be cooking away, when a few of them would take a running leap at my back, hook their claws in, and run up to my shoulders to see what I was making!
My screams of pain and surprise would bring poor DH at a rush....and the sight of me covered in kittens would make him cry laughing!
Now they are older, they can jump up easily....I thought a pan of sizzling bacon would be safe...but no...one managed to hook a slice with one claw...batted it round the kitchen floor, then scoffed it!
Nothing is safe...poor dh was eating chicken one day...when one of the cats decidd to try and hook the meat off his fork...timed it wrong, and hooked his lip instead...he was not amused!

hugs
Jo
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2muchme 11-18-2011 05:39 PM

:rofl::rofl::rofl:

julietcc 11-18-2011 05:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Joedi (Post 15187357)
I have 6 cats....and have had to resort to chopping any kind of meat in my microwave!
I open the microwave door...place the meat inside, then stand with my hands inside the microwave, chopping/dicing or whatever...keeping my elbows bent to nudge the cats out of the way!
When they were kittens, they couldnt jump onto the counter top...and I would be cooking away, when a few of them would take a running leap at my back, hook their claws in, and run up to my shoulders to see what I was making!
My screams of pain and surprise would bring poor DH at a rush....and the sight of me covered in kittens would make him cry laughing!
Now they are older, they can jump up easily....I thought a pan of sizzling bacon would be safe...but no...one managed to hook a slice with one claw...batted it round the kitchen floor, then scoffed it!
Nothing is safe...poor dh was eating chicken one day...when one of the cats decidd to try and hook the meat off his fork...timed it wrong, and hooked his lip instead...he was not amused!

hugs
Jo
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Geeze Joedi, sounds like a horror film :laugh:

My cat doesn't eat my food but he spills all my drinks :p He sticks his head inside until it topples over. My dog just stares at me with his cute puppy dog eyes until I give him treats. He loves chicken, eggs, and cheeeeese.

handbells 11-18-2011 08:02 PM

Oh Joedi! They must be something!

sophiethecat 11-18-2011 09:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Joedi (Post 15187357)
I have 6 cats....and have had to resort to chopping any kind of meat in my microwave!
I open the microwave door...place the meat inside, then stand with my hands inside the microwave, chopping/dicing or whatever...keeping my elbows bent to nudge the cats out of the way!
When they were kittens, they couldnt jump onto the counter top...and I would be cooking away, when a few of them would take a running leap at my back, hook their claws in, and run up to my shoulders to see what I was making!
My screams of pain and surprise would bring poor DH at a rush....and the sight of me covered in kittens would make him cry laughing!
Now they are older, they can jump up easily....I thought a pan of sizzling bacon would be safe...but no...one managed to hook a slice with one claw...batted it round the kitchen floor, then scoffed it!
Nothing is safe...poor dh was eating chicken one day...when one of the cats decidd to try and hook the meat off his fork...timed it wrong, and hooked his lip instead...he was not amused!

hugs
Jo
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:hyst: Oh dear, Jo, but your description has me :laugh: at the thought of that kitchen kitten chaos!

gotsomeold 11-19-2011 03:22 AM

Oh, thank you for sharing that vision: six kittens determined to see what you are doing up there! Oh golly what a glorious moment!

2muchme 11-19-2011 04:30 AM

I have to keep defrosting food in the microwave to keep it from my dogs. I have 4 mastiffs who counter surf! :laugh:

marnie4949 11-19-2011 10:19 AM

:laugh: Water guns are a cat momma's best friends!:laugh:

gotsomeold 11-19-2011 12:04 PM

Some years ago my parents and brothers took a walking tour of Germany. The first week while visiting a bakery, my mother bought an itty bitty, perfectly scaled, perfectly detailed mouse made of bread. Which was wrapped and placed in a box in a bag. Mother carried said bag all over Germany for three weeks. Every day she unpacked and admired her tiny mouse. When it rained she wrapped it in three bags. When the drive was rough, she sheltered it on her lap. She hand-carried it on the plane on the way home. Because of a layover, they spent the night at our house (we were out of town). Do you see where this is going? She took out the mouse, admired it, and left it on the counter.

This was the only time our cats caught a mouse.:stars:

Joedi 11-19-2011 03:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gotsomeold (Post 15189244)
Some years ago my parents and brothers took a walking tour of Germany. The first week while visiting a bakery, my mother bought an itty bitty, perfectly scaled, perfectly detailed mouse made of bread. Which was wrapped and placed in a box in a bag. Mother carried said bag all over Germany for three weeks. Every day she unpacked and admired her tiny mouse. When it rained she wrapped it in three bags. When the drive was rough, she sheltered it on her lap. She hand-carried it on the plane on the way home. Because of a layover, they spent the night at our house (we were out of town). Do you see where this is going? She took out the mouse, admired it, and left it on the counter.

This was the only time our cats caught a mouse.:stars:

:hyst::hyst:

Oh your poor mom! And those poor cats..thinking "this just doesnt taste as good as its meant too!"

hugs
Jo
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