Tuesday, January 20, 2009

I would just like to point out...

.... that while your diet is very varied, cat is NOT on the menu!

And this week Rosie has mostly been eating
a plastic spade
the potato peeler
a slipper
sponge for cleaning the kitchen
cat food
dog food
rabbit poo (small like raisins)
kitchen roll
toilet roll
stream water
a chocolate wrapper (or two, maybe three)

And the favorite this week?


Kitikata-san said...

Oh dear Rosie, the pen, sponge and potato peeler doesn't sound tasty. Dog food, cat food and rabbit poo sounds tastier!

Anonymous said...

Loving Rosie's diet roll. Reminds me of Sasha, when my children were young she'd steal their craft materials, like sequins, playdough, thick wax crayons and demolish them all. There was also toothpaste, book spines, corners of wooden furniture and buttons she'd pick off our clothes. She was a 'nanny' dog like the dog in Peter Pan. Still miss her.

Goldie, Shade and Banshee said...

The PM over here once chewed on a rabbit poo by mistake. She was eating Bridge Mixture, a type of small chocolates and she had poured them onto the bed. She was reading and not paying attention. Her bun jumped on the bed for some attention and then left some poo behind when she jumped down. The PM scooped up a couple of "chocolates" and into her mouth they went. One crunch and she went flying in to the bathroom.

I don't think she found them that tasty.

quiltcat said...

Maurice, i think she's just cleaning your ear, not take a taste! but all those other things she's eating...ick! she must have a cast iron constitution!

Morning's Minion said...

We had company for dinner, so there was a roast chicken. The cats had been given their "tea" beforehand, but there was much begging for bits of chicken. It has been an exciting day for the cats--a MOUSE in the entry room! Teasel got in a couple of good smacks before it hid behind a cupboard. When my husband pulled the cupboard away from the wall, the mouse gave a frantic leap up the wall, then fell over and expired. Pampered cats weren't allowed to eat it--a tin of "salmon feast" and the roast chicken tidbits had to suffice.
The cats think that Rosie's menu is interesting, but only the cat food would be appealing.

The Ginger Darlings said...

Ah, Goldie, Shade and Banshee, some people are never satisfied! Breakfast in bed! What could be better!
he missed a few things off my list! Ha ha
Rosie pup

Griffin said...

Rosie, it's a wonder you're still alive! And no, you can't eat cat, there are laws against that sort of thing... I know, a cat told me.

You'd think the potatoes would be tastier than the peeler.