When I came home from a little drive, I discovered my kitty boy’d helped himself to the kitty toys. He pulled his favorite toy out of the ZipLoc bag, of course!
Not that Andy was a bad kitty. No, I approve of him being active, playing, running around.
I don’t approve of him doing it unsupervised, though. I need to be more conscientious about stowing his toys away when I’m away from home.
Aww… my cats won’t touch that particular toy. Good for Andy!!
Nearly every inch of my floor has some sort of cat toy on it. I am barely exaggerating! There are often toys in the shower!
😆 I’ve given up on having a clean floor. Toys and play augment stuff (newspapers and magazines) are what I steop over and on all day. Andy likes to “hunt” for mousies in the newspapers in particular. They get shredded up and nasty fairly fast. Good thing I don’t have lots of visitors here!
I don’t have ANY visitors anymore!! 20yr old carpet + cats – any inclination to vacuum = GROSS!
I feel your pain!
I know I keep saying this, but his fur is just so beautiful. I love the way it never looks the same colours in two photos.
It is really pretty just now. He was such a strange looking kitten, even now it amazes me what a beautiful kitty boy he grew up to be!
A strange-looking kitten! Hahahaha! Whereas Catorze is a strange-looking cat, so maybe he was a stunning kitten. (Doubtful.)
No! Calories (spell correct renamed your kitty that) 😺 Catorze is a fine specimens kitty+
“Calories” is appropriate as he’s chubbed up lately!
Oops! My comment is in yours. Not familiar with this section on WP as a smartphone app.
Ah, love Andy’s “Shall I?” expression number four. Hehehe!
His best expressions are brought on when he gets into his KILL! KILL! KILL! mode.
Andy loves “free enterprise “of course, Doug. 🙂
Well, he is an American kitty…!
The kitties can get into real trouble with toys. I’ve caught them here doing the same thing.
Andy knows where I keep them, but they usually are secured enough to thwart creatures without opposable thumbs! 😆 You are very correct about unsupervised play. They are like toddlers when it comes to making the home safe for them.
Oh My we have no ‘red hot Chile peppers’ in our toy box 𝕎𝕒𝕤𝕙𝕖 & 𝔼𝕞𝕞𝕪 𝕃𝕠𝕦 😸
I think thst’s a floppy carrot, but it does look more like a chili….
I got bad eyes & they are getting worse and the VA can’t do a thing about it do to my age (69) 😉 🥕 😸
I can’t say what that toy is for sure. Your guess makes as much sense as mine. The color is about right for a ripe chili or a carrot , but it may be it isn’t meant to represent any vegetable or fruit. Maybe someone reading this knows!
Our cats have a “toy box” which is really a small basket that we keep their toys in. They have the freedom to take out toys as they please but they rarely put them away.
Some of the toys in the ZipLoc bag are potential trips to the veterinarian if playe d with unsupervised. One example is simple string, always a biggie in Andy’s play world.