Issues, Food and Otherwise
You can see why I liked the wrapping so much better than the actual rug — the rug is a fur magnet.
My human wanted to include us in this holiday thing, so she bought us a bunch of toys. At least she thinks they are toys. I think they are junk.
She was all excited about the train. It held my interest for about a second.
I don’t think Boodie liked it at all because it disturbed her nap.
The “Construction Bunny” was a total waste of time.
So was the bunny toy in the egg. I was not compelled to play with it.
Most horrifying of all was the windup hen that laid bubblegum eggs. I mean, look at the thing — it’s enough to give anyone nightmares.
To add insult to injury, my human also brought home a “Hello Kitty” marshmallow pop, claiming it was for me. Of course it was not — she ate it.
Just when I was beginning to think that Easter was a total wash, my human did present me with a cool tin box of cat treats!
Actually, I thought it was just regular, dried cat food. I was very disappointed I was told I was only allowed to eat one or two treats at a time.
Here is a small sampling of all the different foods I rejected.
She presented them to me for my approval. I didn’t like any of them.
Seriously, is it all that hard to make good-tasting food that isn’t poisonous?