Sunday, December 30, 2007

Sundai is caturdai

Whut U mean teh rugs need teh vaacoooming?

We dust insted, kai?

U cleaning? I halps U!!!

Wait! U going to VAAACOOOM! I not halps U, I'ze outie! kai bai!


Anonymous said...


I'm just about ready to break out the eeeeevil vacuum cleaner.

The cats seem to this machine.

Buckeye, Dealer of Rare Coins

Silver Ross said...

Hurray for Caturday! Whenever it shows up!

Mlle. Madeleine, kittenslaves are so unreasonable about the vacuuming thing. When I choose a new hiding place, lay down a nice bed of shed fur and get comfy, my wretched human will come along and Vaacuum it all up!

I wouldn't mind replacing her with a better trained kittenslave.

Silver, strongly-shedding fan

TheOtherWA said...

How sweet of the kitties to offer help with dusting! They must be very good with the feather duster.

Silkey Cat Ross said...

Be careful, Darling Little Ripley. Those vaacuums are dangerous, they are known to eat kittehs!

Best U keep out of the way of ur Centaur and the monster machine. Jump in the wormhole and come visit Me!

Mai human is gone again, we can be alone together mai sweet Gurl!

Silkey, ardent fan

Anonymous said...

U haz trained teh gurrlz well. They halps U with teh cleaning. Then when U getz out teh eveelll vacoooom, Riplee is off to Phila's to steal U some cookees.

Very nice.


Sandy-LA 90034 said...

I wonder if some cats are more sensitive to the pitch or sound of the vacuum and it hurts their ears? Someone posted an adorable video of a white cat who was deaf and who loved the vacuum hose fluffing his fur.

Where does Ripley go to hide? My friend's cat Chumley hides either in the closet or under the bed, safe in the knowledge that the terrible vacuum can't reach him there.