Saturday, June 26, 2010

Isn't this the way it goes?

You go to the store, spend a small fortune buying all kinds of silly toys for your kitty... the squeaky, stringy, crinkly, and scratchy ones, furry little mice, bells with balls and strings and all sorts of other things hanging out of them and they prefer:

A discarded paper towel roll and an old holey sock!  And they act like it is the most amazing toy they've ever seen!  Geez.

Life is good for Rosie Kitty.

10 comments:

Desert Rose said...

oh she is gorgeous and look at those eyes!!!

Sandra said...

I bought my share of toys for my cat but her favorite toys are plastic straws and paper balls. Go figure!

Karen M said...

Rosie has amazing eyes! As far as the toy thing goes, I guess that is the same, no matter what the species. My teenager still loves a big cardboard box, my bunnies have always ignored storebought toys!

Crafty Green Poet said...

what a lovely kitten and typical behaviour I think!

d. moll, l.ac. said...

She has lovely stripes! and with that face, yeah she can do what ever she wants.

Gaina said...

Oh tell me about it! I spoiled Billy rotten when he first took up residence with a nice tartan 'cat hotel', balls, mice etc....and what he really wanted was to sit in a cardboard box and climb into my wardrobe every day. Oh yeah, and a handful of frozen peas can amuse him for quite some time!

I used to have a bed with drawers underneath and he can't quite get used to being able to walk under the bed now, it's really quite funny :).

Rosie is turning into a beautiful girl :).

The Japanese Redneck said...

LOL...you're right. I found Elfie beating up a zipper. Toting it around like a captured snake.

Rosie is a sweetie.

Michelle May said...

I don't have kids, but I hear it is the same with them! hee,hee,hee.
Rosie kitty is a doll.
Still sending prayers for your heart for Angel.
Thinking of you!

Cowgirl Goods said...

Has she started stealing your hair ties?

phaedra96 said...

Holds true for children, too. They would rather play with the box than the toy within it.