Monday, November 20, 2006

A Fine Mess


The good folks at Foodland Ontario and the Banana Farmers of Honduras will be pleased to know that their produce gets 2 messy paws up from one Gandalf Kitty. The Florida grapefruit was apparently not tested, although was manipulated.





"La la la la *sniff sniff* doo dee doo...What?"

10 comments:

Marina said...

Ooo, what happened to the tomatoes? Pennsyl says to tell Gandalf to try asparagus, but only the tips and shrimp, preferably steamed in "Old Bay" seasoning.

Chris said...

LOL!! May doesn't think she can get on the counters yet. Shhhhh... Chaos does, but he hasn't ever tried munching on fruit. Which is pretty surprising, now that I think about it...

Lorraine said...

Well, Gandalf needs his fruits and veg- he wants to be a healthy cat.

If only my kids would do the same.

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Jewel said...

You should be proud. The Little Dudes are making healthy eating choices. You've taught them well! :-)

Carrie K said...

Fruit is such an essential part of a cat's diet though.....or is that play? Can't quite remember....

Cynthia said...

What fruit? You mean those weren't just really big cat toys?

Raven said...

Any plants/greenery in our house may be subject to munching by Isosceles.

This includes the spiky fronds on the the tops of pineapples.

sillyewe said...

That's hilarious! I have visions of these fruits and veggies being batted around a kitchen floor. The Dalarna looks really pretty. :0)

Trish - My Merino Mantra said...

Ooooh, what naughty kitties! We have to keep all bread locked up in the microwave now, as my little one will steal the entire loaf right off of the counter, and run with it.