The Neko Kattipede! Andy hasn’t seen this in some time.
It interests my kitty boy!
He takes a closer look.
The classics are the best!
Saki, Andy’s Seattle kitty “cousin”, lines her mousie toys in a line. I told my sister, Saki’s “hoomin”, that Andy takes after me – things land where they land, and tough! Maybe I should trade kitties. LOL!
It is always fun to get reacquainted with a fav old toy.
Yes, it is! After playing with them for a long time, they need to be retired for a time before they are fun again!
Seriously, I thought that was a real big and was hoping you would put it outside.
It is really wiggly in play, which is a lot of the interest for my kitty boy!
That looks like a really fun toy for Andy! Enjoyed seeing Saki and her row of mousies, cool!
Andy love, love, loves it, though sometimes I have to put it away for awhile so it feels fresh and interesting again. Same with all kitty toys.
Has Andy ever met Saki?
No, and neither have I.
I thought the bug was real!
It would be a terror if it werre1 (I don’t care for centipedes!)
The Kattipede is an interesting toy! That looks like a fun one for Andy with all the legs on it!
Saki is a beautiful kitty, and I like those mousies all in a row. It’s nice to see Andy’s extended family, too!.
It is wiggly. The legs are made of rubber band material, which Andy likes to bite (and I like to make sure he doesn’t ingest!).
I need a neat cat like Saki! Andy and I are pigs, to be precise about it.
But you and Andy are both happy with each other. 🙂
Yes, we try.
we are boys so things land always at the righ place when they fall… like our dads jacket, what found a super place on da kitchen table… LOL
Yes, that explains it – and excuses us from improving our habits. LOL!