Undertoad Friday Feb 7 12:38 PM
2/7/2003: Warm kittens
Uryoces Friday Feb 7 01:38 PM
I am reduced to a gooey mass of joy! Look at the pupp' dog! Look at the kitties!
Griff Friday Feb 7 03:57 PM
Ah! Friday. As I type my younger dog (the Aussie) and his arch enemy continue their 6 hour standoff.
xoxoxoBruce Friday Feb 7 04:26 PM
When I'm done the pussies can do anything they want. Just let me sleep.
Sperlock Friday Feb 7 09:28 PM
Thanks for posting this! It brought a much needed smile to my face after a rough day.
Whit Saturday Feb 8 02:49 AM
Umm... Not to spoil anyones enjoyment of the pic or anything, but... Does the cat on the left look a bit rabid to anyone else? I only ask because he appears to be foaming at the mouth.
elSicomoro Saturday Feb 8 02:59 AM
That cat sorta looks like this one I saw on Wild Discovery tonight on the Discovery Channel. They were talking about what catnip does to cats, and this one was doing some serious drooling and foaming...had I not known what was going on, I would have thought it was rabid or something.
Whit Saturday Feb 8 03:10 AM
Heh, in that case you have to question the entire scenario. I mean what we actually have here is the after pic of animals on drugs. The Retriever is actually a dealer, just layin down with the clientel after a big sell. Thanks for clearing that up. It all makes sense now. Heaven only knows what they had to do for their nip-fix...
blowmeetheclown Saturday Feb 8 09:31 AM
Whit Saturday Feb 8 12:39 PM
I had a cat when I was young, coolest cat ever. We'd leave catnip out for him and instead of going after it loke a madman, as cat's often do, he'd eat just a little. Then go look out the window or watch the humans in the living room, with his eyes all glazed over. I mean half the fun with catnip is watching the cats fall down just walking. He was smart about it, he'd eat some and mosey into wherever he wanted to be. No falling down. Damn, that cat always played everything cool...
elSicomoro Saturday Feb 8 03:50 PM
The show also mentioned that it works on about 75% of all cats (which may help explain the reaction that whit's cat experienced).