I don’t think so!
I actually once owned a cross-eyed, 17-pound Siamese with an overbite, who was still quite beautiful, who actually used the toilet. Nobody trained him to do so. He figured it out all on his own. His name was Imp.
A 17 pound Siamese? Wow I always think of them as so slender! Imp is such a great name for a Siamese too. I can’t imagine my cats using the toilet for anything other then a perch to watch me scrub my teeth, and a throne to keep me on my toes when I really need to go!
As is everything in what I still refer to as “my” home.
Nekoka knows a good, soft nap spot when he sees one! No matter WHERE it’s located….. 😀
Pam (and Sam who totally approves of Nekoka’s choice of landing zones)
The gingers always know the right place to be, eh?
That’s brilliant! We ginger cats know whats comfy that’s for sure 🙂
Comfy and inconvenient for Mom!
It’s the draped paw that gets me. Mr. Nonchalance.
Nekoka has a way with the draped paw, doesn’t he. He expresses so much with it 🙂
You know I make fun of him and all, but in reality, this is where he sits or lays every morning while I take my shower. It’s another of our rituals – this is the first I see him in the morning upon leaving my shower (he sleeps elsewhere, unlike Sassy who sleeps with me), and he expects and gets a good morning head scratch after I get my towel in place.
you’re right! Possession in nine tenths of the law! And dude, you have total possession…the toidie is alllllll yours!
Nekoka OWNS the toilet. I am lucky he lets me go at all 🙂
No, Sorry, I’m Determined!! I assumed you put this little softest fuzzy BLUE cushion here for me. Ergo..!! My seat!!
You’ll have to go widdle somewhere else!!
He does look so adorable on his blue cushion and he won’t give it up for MY convenience! Lucky I have two bathrooms or I’d be in deep trouble.
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