Post 1493: “Kitties don’t like peanut butter toast with strawberry-rhubarb jam!”

The kitty boys had their kitty food, then watch me make my breakfast.

“You never know, today might be the day Doug (the human one) makes something we wee kitties like!” Dougy tells his brother, Andy.

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I seriously doubt peanut butter toast with strawberry-rhubarb jam comes up on the “Favorite Foods of Kitty Boys Who’ve Already Eaten” list, but Andy and Dougy watch me eat, closely.

“Maybe the blueberry yoghurt is for us,” Andy meows.

I patiently explain to Andy blueberry yoghurt, too, is off the kitty food list.

The two brothers absorb the scene of human food slipping down the gullet of Doug (the human one). 

Yum~yum~smack~yum! Doug clearly enjoys his breakfast, if those disgusting noises are any indication! (“What a piggy,” the kitty boys think, “but not like our buddy **Bacon the Vietnamese pot belly piggy. He’s nice!”) 

“Life is unfair, even if kitty boys won’t like peanut butter toast with strawberry-rhubarb jam! How do you know unless you let us try it?” both kitty boys hiss. 

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Nothing ventured, nothing gained! A low light candid snap of Andy caught running off after sneaking a sniff – maybe a taste? – of what remains of my breakfast on the dirty plate.

No, you still don’t like peanut butter toast with strawberry-rhubarb jam, Andrew!

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**Bacon is a real piggy and his blog is fun to read. The kitty boys got interviewed once by Bacon, something they enjoyed doing.  

Here’s where to find Bacon: https://piglove.wordpress.com/ 

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57 thoughts on “Post 1493: “Kitties don’t like peanut butter toast with strawberry-rhubarb jam!”

    • Fortunately for me, nothing I’ve ever let them sniff struck their fancy. I recall Peanuts, my boyhood dog, somehow managed to eat his canned food in one, two, sometimes three gulps, quite unlike the fastidious eating habits of the kitty boys. I suspect you are smart and don’t let Phenny sniff what you are eating!

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    • Yum! There’d be none left for kitties, I fear! Besides, if albacore is any indication, they love the water off the tuina, but won’t eat the meat, even when i try to mush it up into a more pate-like mess. I may try making it even finer the next time in the food processor. I think they have difficulties “mouthing” it, thanks to their Persian faces.

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  1. This is such fun post 🙂 Andy and Dougy (they love the human one) are adorable. I like the science (or is it instinctive, or both) behind their eagerness to try a food that’s not theirs.

    Great para: Yum~yum~smack~yum! Doug clearly enjoys his breakfast, if those disgusting noises are any indication! (“What a piggy,” the kitty boys think, “but not like our buddy Bacon the Vietnamese pot belly piggy. He’s nice!”) 🙂 🙂

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    • Glad you enjoy it.

      There are people on the follow list who’ve written that they have sorrow or pain in their lives that stopping by for a daily laugh helps ameliorate. That brings me joy! They get the point of my blog: life has its bumps, but laugh and enjoy the times in between! Oh yes, and be sure to recognize “Feed the Kitty Time” is sacred!

      As someone who has a serious disease (Wegener’s granulomatosis) that affected my vascular system (and, ultimately, caused me to have to have dialysis for end term kidney disease), I am not a stranger to despair, yet my attitude is positive, I count my blessings, I live each day not a the last day of my life but as the next day. I laugh, I enjoy my kitty boys and their silliness and the intensity of their silliness, and I try to show the fun my kitty boys bring to my life in this blog.

      If I can do this, then others can, too.

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  2. Our cats seem to think what is in our bowls must be better than what is in their bowls, no matter how many times I tell them they won’t like it! 🙂

    Give a good scritch to Andy and Dougy for me. 🙂

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