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Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Naughty Tortie


I've been a very naughty tortie with some nipping
where my Mom was asleep and all of a sudden I
awoke her with biting her hair that she felt it on her scalp.
  I put my self in a time out cause I know that was not right to
try to eat Brains as I need her for loves and other stuff.
 

Through in the morning Mom gave me some gooshy food cause
she knew I just wanted some and thought I needed some
thing caused I was trying to eat her at Dark O'clock.
Even when naughty I got my point across and showed
how to best train your humans to give you stuff. 

19 comments:

  1. Willow, we sure hope you don't have a ZOMBIE streak what with the attempted brains-eating incident...even though it seems it was TOTALLY necessary.

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  2. Try to be good, Willow. Santa is on his way!

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  3. Sometimes these humans need a little "prompting". MOL!
    Good job, Willow!

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  4. The cat before me (a calico) used to use my human's hair as dental floss. I don't think she was a zombie kitty.

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  5. Thanks of the lesson! XOXO Lucy

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  6. We're glad to hear you got some gooshy foods. Much better than brains. ;)

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  7. Aaackkk, brain-eating? Okay, maybe a mouse brain. Not a human brain. LOL.

    Good thing your human is catching on--bedtime snacks for you now! :-)

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  8. Thank goodness you got some gooshy foods as we hear they are much tastier than human's food.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  9. Oh oh. We don't think it's a good idea to be eating brains, Willow. ;)

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  10. I’ve never tried to eat brains but I have tried to eat TW’s eye ball twice.

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  11. Wow, you're good, Willow. You get A+ as trainer.

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  12. Willow mew are a ladycat of supreme intelligence and a true knack for effective human training techniques and behavior modification. It is no coincidence mew have these attributes and are a tortie ladycat, as it is a well known FACT we torties are geniuses by nature. Have mew ever considered writing a how to manual for our fellow felines on human training? I think it would be a best seller!

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  13. Willow you make me proud!!! WTG you are a night stalker and you do it well. MOL MOL MOL Years ago my peeps were visiting my uncle and his two kitties. During the night mom felt something messing with her hair...she told Dad to stop. Lo and behold it was Ursala (the black cat) sitting on my mom's pillow playing w her hair.
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  14. Darling Willow! WHAT a TORTIE you are! A girl after mine own heart!

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  15. Willow, you have sure got the human well trained!!! Great technique!

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  16. Good job of training your humans, Willow! Good job, indeed!

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  17. Willow! That was excellent teaching! Nothing like practical demonstrations to get your lesson across. The Human is a teacher and she gives you an A, but she hopes I will not adopt your teaching strategies.

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  18. Allie: Wait... are you PURRING when you do the bitey thing on her brains? Because Faraday will do that too, only usually to Mother's ankle or calf. At 3 AM. While purring. LOUDLY.

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  19. Its Tortie Loving, not naughty! The mom had a tortie who pulled her hair whenever she wanted to be scratched, and if she was asleep, so be it!

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