Post 481: a new favorite toy

Andy tried to get may attention, but I’d just begun reading today’s comics online. (“Dang! Can’t the cat wait a moment?” I wondered.)

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I tried to ignore Andy a bit longer, but he knew I had something on my computer desk that he wanted.


Yes, I had the boys’ new favorite toy! And I wasn’t letting them play with it.

Dougy tried to hop up on my computer desk from the wrong side, knocking down my keyboard and scratching me in the process. I said some words and recovered my keyboard. Dougy ran into the kitchen to hide. He knew he was temporarily the bad boy! (No real harm done, however, and I noted the incident removed one cat from the play for a few minutes more.)

But it didn’t eliminate Andy! He hopped on top of my computer and gave me “The Look.”

andy at night

“Yes, master,” I told him, and we played with the new favorite toy for several minutes. Dougy came back, too, and we had a play party.

10 thoughts on “Post 481: a new favorite toy

    • And how! They are a bit delicate (the boys have pulled one off the string and broke the centipede one in two), but they also are a constant hit with the boys. I’ve bought replacements for the broken ones, or will, as necessary, though, since I think they are great value for the money! I think you were the one who brought them to my attention in the first place, and I have to thank you on behalf of my cats!

      I’ll stop by to check out the catnip business. I do grow it in my kitchen window for Andy and Dougy, but they like dried catnip, too.

    • One of the things I don’t like about WordPress is you can’t edit your comments. Like you, my fingers sometimes times slip. I understood your comment anyway! LOL! Yeah, Andy still has a kittenish look his brother doesn’t, and he looks especially cute when wrapped in the towel for his morning medicine.

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