Monday, March 24, 2008

BRAVE!!

I ain't afraid of no VACOOOM machine.

ehhn. I stayz up here in mah half pipe. kai thx.

11 comments:

Sandy-LA 90034 said...

I wonder what Maddie would do if 4Legs just casually walked towards the unattended vacuum? I think her story would take another tack rather quickly! Ripley's staying high off the ground, just in case.

Ramona Quimby said...

Maddie nowes Ripley will save her from teh vacoooom, just like she saved her frum teh alienz!

Anonymous said...

U haz teh brave kitteh and u haz teh smart kitteh.

What maor u wantz?

flory

Caminante said...

I doezn noes if Maddie iz smart or playing with fireh. Iz with Ripley up safe.

four legs good said...

Ripley actually will leave the room when I run the vacuum, but she won't hide in the closet in sheer terror the way Ripley does.

Ripley must have a vaccuum terror induced incident in her past.

Polly said...

No terror inducing incident is needed, Four Legs.

My guys were born at my house, and I didn't even turn on the vacuum for a few weeks. They were never threatened by being sucked up into the monster.

When they were grown up, I stopped being careful to shut them in a bedroom while I vacuumed.

Immediately they became terrified, hide under the bed kittehs. Now that they're older, they walk quickly away from a moving vacuum. But no running and hiding are necessary.

Lizzy said...

My AreToo is actually kind of fascinated - hangs when I vacuum, observing most carefully...

War On War Off said...

Maxxine also quite bravely faces down the vacuum now, even when I'm running it. She even tries to attack the cord like it's a snake, so as to killz it. Must be Maine Coon thing, because my other kitteh Karmina and every cat I've ever had was mighty afeared of it...

four legs good said...

Ripley will attack the attachments IF they're disconnected from the vacuum.

She'll smack at it, POW POW POW.

But she still cowers in the closet when I turn it on.

sekmet said...

My cat either goes under the bed or gets up into the window and hides behind the curtains. I just have to take the unplugged vacuum from the closet for her to flee.

Poopyman said...

I never met a cat who didn't mind a vacuum, including my late Maine Coon, Spike. I suspect it's a high pitched frequency that hurts their ears, maybe.

And let's not even talk about the fleeing from the electric coffee grinder....