But it's a dry heave.
We brought this little cutie home a couple of weeks ago. She was 8 weeks old at the time. A bit early but they were ready to adopt her out and she's eating well.
I sure do love a nice pussy.
Beautiful markings, IG! What'd you name her?
Pepper also maps to "Dr Pepper" (which is cool because our other cat is named Sprite) and to "Peppa" (as in Peppa Pig).
We think she's got some Angora in her because some of the dark fur is dark brown instead of jet black. It's an unusual pattern for a tux; usually the black part doesn't come so far down below the eyes. But she's got a cute white mouth/chin and cute white mittens and adorable little black squishbeans on her paws instead of pink ones. But the photo doesn't do justice to how *tiny* she is.
Very cute - and you're daughter's right....Pepper is much better than Tuxy, imho. :-)
How many lbs is she?
I don't know her weight, but this photo of the two of us together gives a better idea of how tiny she is!
*laughs* You need to upgrade to an Aahz-size coffee cup so she can take a swim....
No thank you. I like pussy, and I like coffee, but I do not like pussy in my coffee.
I had to take my cat to the vet to get something called a "sanitary trim", I now have a freshly shaved pussy.
Speaking of pussy, Hugh Hefner has passed away, the founder of Cat Fancy magazine is gone.
Tonight at our house, the Pussy Brigade left a half-eaten mouse in the mud room, and some mouse entrails in the den. Good thing we found these lovely bits before the girl scout meeting at our house tomorrow. That would have been entertaining.
This has been happening a bit lately. We're not sure whether the mice are getting inside and then getting attacked by the Pussy Brigade, or if the older cat is bringing them in for the younger cat to finish off. Either one is possible.
Apparently it wasn't an exclusive arrangement. And although you know this, I'm not sure if I've posted it ... after 19 years living there, I figured out how all the mice had been getting in, on the day we moved out. In our current home, I don't think they're "getting in" so much as one cat is bringing them in to use as interactive toys.
A mouse a day keeps the doctor away.
perhaps your cat(s) think your hunting skills, as a large and slow-moving human, are contemptibly poor, and they've been leaving you some leftovers.
Perhaps your cats think you're not feeding your kids properly.
The humans don't seem interested in eating mice. Not even my wife, who grew up in Pennsylvania turning up her nose at mincemeat pie, which she called "mousemeat". I can't say I blame her.
In the most recent episode, an injured but alive (and whole) mouse was found in the mud room. Once again we don't know if it
"got in" or if the Pussy Brigade brought it in. But we brought the mouse outside. This didn't help the mouse though, because the mouse was then consumed by my neighbor's pussy.
seems kinda cruel, prolonging the inevitable pussy-eating-incident.