I'm only his SECOND favorite toy :(

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I'm only his SECOND favorite toy :(

Post by Mark Edward » Sun, 24 Mar 2013 10:55:56



Little Boy LOVES his 'skinny chicken' - the feathers onna stick. He will
go out of his way to kill it and fight with it and show it who's the boss.

Tonight, skinny chicken and I were both on the bed.

Little Boy, as usual, jumped up on the bed, right on my chest and
started face rubbing me and rolling around on my chest to show how much
he loves me.

Then he saw it - the skinny chicken. Lying quietly on the other corner
of the bed. He gave me a guilty look, then leaped onto the skinny
chicken, killing it to within an inch of its life. Now that it was
mostly dead, he jumped on my chest and cuddled me again.

For half a second. The skinny chicken must have tried to escape because
he suddenly, and without warning leaped on it again. This time he killed
it even more.

He turned his back on it to look at me, then quickly turned around and
killed it some more. Then he laid down on it to make sure it didn't get
up again.

Maybe it's just as well that I'm NOT his favorite toy.  :)

Hugs and Purrs,
Mark

 
 
 

I'm only his SECOND favorite toy :(

Post by Joy » Sun, 24 Mar 2013 15:03:40



Quote:

> Little Boy LOVES his 'skinny chicken' - the feathers onna stick. He will
> go out of his way to kill it and fight with it and show it who's the boss.

> Tonight, skinny chicken and I were both on the bed.

> Little Boy, as usual, jumped up on the bed, right on my chest and started
> face rubbing me and rolling around on my chest to show how much he loves
> me.

> Then he saw it - the skinny chicken. Lying quietly on the other corner of
> the bed. He gave me a guilty look, then leaped onto the skinny chicken,
> killing it to within an inch of its life. Now that it was mostly dead, he
> jumped on my chest and cuddled me again.

> For half a second. The skinny chicken must have tried to escape because he
> suddenly, and without warning leaped on it again. This time he killed it
> even more.

> He turned his back on it to look at me, then quickly turned around and
> killed it some more. Then he laid down on it to make sure it didn't get up
> again.

> Maybe it's just as well that I'm NOT his favorite toy.  :)

> Hugs and Purrs,
> Mark

LOL!  I love your little vignettes of life with cats.  I still think they'd
make a great book.

Joy