Monday, September 11, 2006

Who needs a water dish anyway?

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7 comments:

Freedom said...

That's so cute. I have a little desk fountain but I can't use it because as soon as it turn it on my gorgeous kitty climbs up and drinks it dry, which doesn't do good things for the motor!

Not So Vivacious Vegan said...

Awww! Cats are the best. It seems like no matter how much fresh, filtered water I leave out for my cat, she always prefers to drink out of the toilet. Ugh!

Harmonia said...

Adorable!

At least it's not the toilet! Oh! Sorry Vivacious Vegan...teehee

jtall said...

Catherine!

I am loving your blog...sorry I am such a lurker!

Oliver is such a cutie...I love how he just drapes himself over the side of the sink!! My Maisy loves the sink too, and Milo is in love (I kid you not) with the tub faucet. Apparently our cats aren't alone--check out www.catsinsinks.com - very, very funny! :-)

I made a vegan quinoa/black bean "lasagna" the other night and thought of you...a very Catherine-like dinner! :-)

continued good luck with the job search...

jenny :-)

eatpeaceplease said...

So cute! My cat is too fat to climb and do something like that. Oliver's a cuteness.

Catherine said...

Freedom, my friend Tony had the same problem -- although his kitties wouldn't drink the fountain completely dry, so he just fills it up every day now. It's pretty funny to watch!

Crystal, Ollie would drink out of the toilet if I let him . . . I have a strict "lid closed" policy at my house, which all of my friends have learned to obey!!!

Hi Harmonia!

Jenny Tall! Hello! I'm glad you've been lurking all along! Thanks for telling me about that website -- I knew I had heard about it before, but couldn't remember the URL. Your lasagna sounds delicious. I should come visit you (and Maisy and Milo) sometime!

Leslie, that's too bad about Killian! Oliver is definitely a climber/jumper, still. He's stopped trying to get up on top of the kitchen cabinets, but other than that, he's still wreaks havoc on a regular basis.

Catherine said...

Update: I submitted this photo of Ollie to www.catsinsinks.com -- perhaps a cat halfway in the sink will count?