Thursday, June 28, 2007

Pictoral Essay: One Happy Cat



Intent




Desire




Strategy




Persistence




Success!




PS - My Bonita is a bit bigger as is my sock but pic worthiness remains status quo here at Blog de Fluffy so no knitting pics til next week :)

PPS - The P-Man had no idea how truly fascinating a pull tab from a priority mail box could be until his pal, the Meezer told him about it!

PPPS - Does anyone have a sure fire remedy for tear stains? My poor P-Man gets his little face cleaned all the time yet his nickname remains "Krusty"! Any suggestions are much appreciated!


Have a great weekend, see ya next week!

22 comments:

Carole Knits said...

What a cute photo essay! I'm glad the P-man is finding ways to entertain himself.

KnitNana said...

The Persian owners have something they use for eye crusty stuff, I'll try to find the name of it when I go to the show next weekend...
And The Meezer says - "You GO with that tearstrip! (...so cool to see my main man having a good time!)"
(((hugs)))
>^..^<

Beth said...

I know there's some sort of stuff for dogs in the catalogs. There's probably something for the cat contingent too. You know I'd prefer something natural - but no clue what it would be. :(

Louie's toy of choice happens to be the end of a long addi circ.

Knittinreed said...

Cute! P-Man is a born actor.
Love the socks, too.

Kris said...

What a cutie pie!

Sheri said...

Thanks for starting my day with a smile. What a beautiful boy he is.
Sheri in GA

Stephanie said...

I love the cat pictorial. I know that there are pills you can give them that is pH balancing or something like that so they don't get staining eye crusties. But..I haven't ever used it...so don't quote me on that!! LOL!. I can't wait to see the sockages.

Cookie said...

Love the P-Man!

We use Kleenex for the tears. With kitty's coloring the stains aren't that big a deal. They do make stuff for kitties that show, but we've never tried it.

Julie said...

"Krusty" or not, the P-man is mighty handsome!

Carol said...

The P Man is off the chain cute! He hides his crustiness very well; I never noticed! Sorry I can't help with that :( I can onlt tell what you already know; How. darned. cute. he. is.

Maia said...

The best toys are unintentional. Packaging, toes, pencils, yarn, . . .

P-man is quite cute. I don't have a recommendation for the crustiness. Boston Terriers get that too. I guess it has something to do with a smooshed face.

La Cabeza Grande said...

I especially love "Desire," "Strategy" and "Persistence!" Action P-Man!

Re: tear stains, I have something called Pet Swabs Around the Eye Cleaner by Veterinarian's Best (www.vetsbest.com).

Wendy said...

The drama! The range of emotions!

Lucy is swooning!

Opal said...

How adorable! The thrill of the hunt!

Anonymous said...

What a darling boy your P-Man is! I just love that intent, desirous look. He is just saying "Mama give me my toy." What an angel.
Ann in Dallas and his Texas cousins.

Bullwinkle said...

Awwww... I come by for the knitting but what a great set of pix of Pman. (Duds always thought that the foil from a wine bottle was particularly entertaining.)

Terri said...

Does this mean the P-man has officially "went postal"? Sorry to hear about his knickname and the reason behind it. Natty cat does not have that issue. Happy knitting, and great pics of Pumpkin!

Madge said...

What an intrepid hunter P-Man is!

Also, has he discovered the plastic pull rings from milk bottles? Another great toy.

Happy weekend!

La said...

I love the Paw-etry in motion shot!

P-man's birthday's right around the corner...better get my butt to the PO

Terri said...

It just hit me... A Priority Mail box... Did you get a shipment of yarn? Sorry, my nosy gene is at work.

Terri said...

Parents doggy has the same problem. They were told to let her drink only distilled water. Blech. She just gets her face washed a lot instead. Loosely wadded up balls of aluminum foil are fun, too. Only problem is that here they end up under the refrigerator all the time.

Denise/CT said...

Have you tried, Eye Envy? www.eyeenvy.com Seems to work well for me with the white English Bulldog, but it is a bit pricey. They also sell a white "stick" for show cats that you use to color the stained hair. However, I never wanted to go that far.