Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Catnip Mice






In the post today, catnip mice! How we love to get presents. Thank you Lynda.

10 comments:

Morning's Minion said...

Catnip mice are wonderful presents. I have found them tucked under my pillow, in my shoe, "drowned" in the water bowl. Especially for indoor cats such as mine, they are fascinating.

The Curious Cat said...

Aw!!! The ever reliable catnip mouse! What a lovely thoughtful treat! xxx

Teri and the cats of Furrydance said...

Oooh, how fun! Which of the ginger kitties is this one? He/She looks like a teenager!

Anonymous said...

What lucky cats, catnip mice are so much fun to play with! But you might like to tap Her gently with paw and whisper that the lovely orange dust on Her exotic flowers can make cats very sick indeed, should they happen to get it on their fur and then lick it off. My Her cuts them off before I can chew them because I like eating flowers :)

x George

Lyn said...

Well we needed some quality control!glad you like them.
Love
Lyn
xxx

Angie said...

This is a message for two legs ...those lilys can make us very sick.
Sorry ...I've just seen someone else has given a warning so Ginger Ones ...steer clear of those flowers no matter how much you want to eat them.

Also MM ...where else would one put a mouse except in a water bowl. purrs Sid

Jackie Morris said...

Luckily for me none of the cats have ever been remotely interested in lilies. I love the flowers, but love the cats far more. They are completely entranced by the catnip mice however. Thanks Lynda, you old drug pusher you!

quiltcat said...

Lucky kitties to receive catnip mouses by post!

Griffin said...

That always looks cute! In Saki's story 'Tobermory', Clovis thinks of bribing the cat with sugar mice... I think catnip mice might be more reliable!!

Goldie, Shade and Banshee said...

Presents are wonderful! Especially when there is nip involved!!

We have a slab table like that too!! It holds the heat very well. I enjoy cleaning my pants on it to the PM's dismay. Apparently it is for edibles and dishes, not felines.