Sewing For Cats

When Typing Slave was lolling on the ground (free game!) doing tempting, taunting stuff with fabric, crinkly paper, pins and scissors today, I did my best to help. Make that interfere. Eventually TS gave up and went away, muttering something about cutting off the end of my paw if she weren’t careful. Now nobody’s around to see what I do to the sewing kit. Threaaaaaaaaaaaaaad. Yum yum!

4 thoughts on “Sewing For Cats”

  1. Yeah! You’re back! Hope the thread was yummy. How are you maintaining control in the house with a second pink thing on the way?

  2. BE CAREFUL. I WAS MAKING SOME KITTY TOYS WITH CROCHET AND THOUGH I KNOW TO BE CAREFUL WITH IT, AND STRING DISAPPEARED AND THEN I NOTICE THE OTHER CATS FOLLOWING BLADE AROUND AND HE WAS FROWNING, SOO UPSET (HE’SNORMALLY VERY HAPPY). I SAW A TRHREAD AND YANKED AND HE HOWLED. THEN I RELIZED THAT IT WAS HANGING OUT HIS BUTT. HE HAD SALLOWED AND IT WAS COMING BACK TO US. THANK GOD NO DAMAGE WAS DONE TO HIM AT ALL. IT CAME THRU. BUT HE WAS UNHAPPY AND I FELT THE NEED TO BOIL MY HANDS.

  3. Meankitty – take it from me, the thread is not nearly as fun as that round red thing that my TS puts her pointy shiny things with the round balls on top in. It makes *the best* batting toy ever. Of course since learning of my love for this toy, my TS makes sure to hide it away every night. She muttered something about how I was bound to hurt myself with it…she doesn’t give me sufficient credit. Sounds like a good reason to bat her ankles later.

  4. Tansy’s favorite part of this game is when I use the shiny silver things to cut the fabric. She tries to grab them with her paw, and doesn’t understand that this is a bad idea.

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