Thursday, June 10, 2010

"Excuse Us."


"We are hungry. Please rectify the situation immediately."


The answers to yesterday's "Paws" post are, from top to bottom, Scarlett, Melly, Scarlett, Melly. Congrats to those who guessed correctly!

9 comments:

Geoff said...

Love how in times of EXTREME need (as perceived by S&M) they band together and peacefully sit near each other.

Amy and The House of Cats said...

It is always food and hunger that bring the cats together in semi-harmony at our house too!

Katnip Lounge said...

Hungrumblies. Uniting Cats since the beginning of time.

Rene said...

I love how Scarlett looks a little grumpy. Like you are "hours and hours" late with the grub, LOL!

Sylvestermiasmomma said...

Must have the noms now! Your service is highly lacking to us cats. Now move it, move it, today!! Us humans aka the staff, cannot move fast enough to satisfy the feline royalty. ;-)

Anonymous said...

Other than breakfast/dinner time, the only other times I've seen some of our otherwise not friendly-to-each-other cats get up close in personal is when they've cornered some lizard or small rodent under a piece of furniture. But wait, that counts as food, too, doesn't it?

Anonymous said...

Proctor & Gamble has issued a recall for 3-ounce and 5.5-ounce cans of Iams ProActive Health canned Cat and Kitten Food, according to a recall notice from the U.S. Food And Drug Administration. The recall is limited to North America and does not include all Iams' products.

The voluntary recall was issued after testing found the food may contain insufficient levels of thiamine, or vitamin B1, which is essential for cats. A lack of thiamine can cause a variety of symptoms, including vomiting, weight loss and, in more severe cases, downward curving of the neck, seizures and more.

P&G has asked consumers to discard the cans and call their hotline at 877-340-8826 for refund information.http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm214996.htm

Natalie said...

All: yes, these two can be remarkably peaceful when they are hungry. They will even share the plate of canned food! Of course, as soon as the food is gone, they're at odds again.

Anon: thank you for letting us know! These guys eat other canned food and a mix of dry food, so they're safe, luckily.

G said...

I can apply the expression: "The enemy (Melly. Well, maybe not enemy but occasional annoyance) of my enemy (dire hunger!) is my friend." Really, Natalie, you should be ashamed at how you have neglected these cats!