Cats and yarn -- it's like a law of nature, isn't it?
LOL Looks like chasing the yarn was a lot more fun that anything else.
Coming in from Candid Carrie!! Cute!!
If that cat did that to my knitting, I would be down an animal. Especially if I was knitting a monkey or other animal!Guess thats why I don't have a cat. Each time it comes up, I think of the masses amount of yarn I have. I shudder to think if a cat attacked it.But most importantly... Is the beanie ok?
lol - lori is right - cats, yarn...instant mess! Cute photo :-)
lol - looks like a blast was had!!
What I wanna know is--where's the pic of Ella Numera Dos' beanie? How did it turn out after the Pepper Attack?
Bad cat, Dumb Cat!Can't blame them though. Anything that moves (even inanimate objects such as yarn ball being moved by the crocheting movement of Ella Numero Dos) is fair game for a cat!Anyway, thanks for "visiting" Austin, TX last Wednesday!
Watch out! Pepper is not playing with the yarn the cat is setting up an intricately designed trip line!
PS...btw I haven't had Mexican food yet but I suspect it would have a lot of similarity with the way they cook and taste as the food from my country, the Philippines, because of our common Spanish colonization. (And common flora and fauna since our countries are at about the same latitude)
Awesome...Why is it that cats love yarn so much?
Oh, your kittie is such a talented decorator.
Oh...a kitty with yarn! I do love the kitty with his eyes hidden. Just love kitties! Thanks for sharing.
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