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March 3rd 2010 6:30 pm
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We've been visiting grandma and grandpa, which has been GREAT for me. Yesterday, mommy came home a little late and ran to feed me, feeling very guilty. She watched me eat for a few moments. Then, she went back into the kitchen and saw that I had opened up the toaster oven and taken out the baked salmon steak that grandma had left in there. I had eaten half of it! salmon oil and bits were trailing out the oven door and onto the floor. Mommy groaned and said, "Toki ate two dinners!" I seemed particularly pleased.
Today, mommy came home and fed me dinner, after checking to make sure nothing was out. Then later she found out that earlier in the day, grandma hadn't properly fastened a Tupperware container, and I had opened it up and ate what was inside- little dried anchovy fish (Korean stuff). So I ate two dinners again. Grandma doesn't know the special aby rules for putting away food.
This visit has been GREAT.

 
 

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Purred by: Toki (In Memory) (Catster Member)

March 3rd 2010 at 7:50 pm

My Furbear, Groucho used to do things like that. When we were upstairs in bed...Then in the morning we would come down and find the evidence...
My two progeny (!), have got good kitty manners...Meowmy put all her pie plates and cookie sheets at the edge of counters when they were kittens. When they tried to jump up, they would become unbalanced, and fall, and the falling metal trays made a big racket...then one or two more attempts and that was that. I laughed out loud from my bridge perch! MOL!
Yes my pawrents learned quickly to put all edibles out of reach, even with closed lids they smell around the container and want what is inside of it.
Never a dull moment with these intelligent creatures around...
Purrs


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