Tuesday, June 08, 2010

Stuff on Tails

Cousin Pirate is featured today...Auntie put this plastic spring on Pirate's Tail to see what he would do. He really didn't seem to notice, which was quite disappointing.
Can you see the green spring on his tail?
He sat around with it, and played with it...he finally flung it off with some wild tail whipping, but that was the extent of it.

Another view and tock shot :)

Tanner on the other hand, would squeal if you messed with his tail. Devon did not care for it either. Pirate was a good sport!

13 comments:

  1. Awwwww poor cousin Pirate!!! But great tail whipping action! :-) Beautiful cousin Pirate is definitely a good sport!

    Take care
    x

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  2. LOL! Pirate was a very good sport. :-) Our human used to wrap a string around Chumley's tail and watch him tear around in circles trying to catch it. MOL!

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  3. We would probably chew mum's arm off if she tried anything like that.

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  4. What a jolly good sport he is. Would never stay on my tail-no fur to keepit in place.

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  5. Pirate really was a good sport! We don't like it when mom tries stuff like that - we get whatever is on their off right away!

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  6. I think Pirate likes it...in case he needs to spring into action!

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  7. Pirate must really be laid back...there's no way that spring would be on our tails for long!!

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  8. Pirate is very tolerant indeed! I can imagine if I did something like that to any of my kitties, that they would try to run away from it, then get frustrated, and try to knock it off. Perhaps even chase their own tail.

    Pirate is a very cool kitty!

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  9. Pirate is a saint. Daddy does stuff like that to us (OK, Mommy does too)and we get pretty hissed off, except for Felix. But Felix is strange, so that's normal for him!

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  10. He definitely is a good sport. We wouldn't be.

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  11. We have those springs too, but our tails are too, well--rat like--for them to stay on...that's our story and we're sticking to it!

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