oh ToonMan! You are SUCH a Puss-Over!Aloha from Honolulu, Comfort Spiral ~ > < } } ( ° > > < } } ( ° >> < 3 3 3 ( ' >
Bibi does the same thing....all I have to do is enter the kitchen and open any cupboard. Her food isn't always in the one I open, but if it's an open cupboard, that equals food... If I don't get it, she just stares at me...a looong time.
Have you ever checked out the cartoon cat website called 'Simon's Cat.' It's a hoot!
That cat's got you all sussed! LOL
Riley's pre-dinner ritual begins about the time he thinks Larry should be getting home from work, because that begins the evening activities which lead to food hitting the bowl. Larry getting home later than expected is cause for great consternation, involving pacing, gazing out the window, staring at me to see if my expression or behavior sheds any light on how things will unfold, and repeated nudging of the food bowl, lest we forget why we are put on this earth in the first place.
Harry needs to go to Washington and whip those guys into shape now;)
Ha! I can SO relate to this. Our furry friends know us so very well. I have never been watched so intently in all my life until I adopted a dog.
I know how this goes!5:30 am sharp = eating time.2:00 pm (she gives me a little leeway here) = eating time AND treats6:00 pm= bedtime snackI always say...we do not train them. They train us.:-)
Harry in charge!! :)
Yep, this reminds me of my cat back in the day when I had one.
Once more, the cat's in charge!
Dogs are worse! I love Simon's Cat too:)
At least he's not opening the cabinet door for himself....yet...
Harry has many comrades.... our sweet little Noel turns into Simon Legree if Joe doesn't get her dinner fast enough!
That is so funny and so true! I had a Beagle many years ago that could sniff out chocolate from about 5 miles haha!
Ha! yes, I remember our girls and how they'd be if you just happened to walk into the kitchen.
He is training you well!
someone has someone wrapped around someone's little paw I see.