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Swine Cat

Wednesday, March 03, 2021

Yesterday Dearly Beloved made himself Toad in a Hole for his breakfast. After he ate, the leftovers were still too hot to box and put in the frig. He left the pan on the stove and put the cooling rack on top. I hear bang-crash and walked out to find the rack on the counter and a sausage missing. As I was walking down the hall an orange streak passed me on the way to under the bed. I pulled him out and took away the sausage.

This time I put the pan to the back of the stove, the rack on top, with all the things we had pulled out of the pantry for cooking dinner.

Looks heavy doesn't it? Back at my computer, less than five minutes later I hear bang-crash. I rush out to see:

Swine Cat had pushed the rack and everything on it forward and stolen another sausage.

This time he ran downstairs so I followed and chased him all over the basement and laundry room. He ran back upstairs to go under the bed. Again I got the sausage and tossed it away. Bad Behavior Does Not Get Rewarded With Sausages!

Even though the food was not quite as cool as I wished I put it in a container and in the frig. He would have tried again. This is a cat that once pushed an entire jar of apple sauce off the counter. Luckily it was plastic (new jar) but the lid came off and there was much bad language while I cleaned up.
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    I am going to have to look up Toad in a Hole, as I have never seen those ingredients. What persistence he/she had. Funny, it really was hungry for sausage. lol
    38 days ago
    emoticon my cat smoky broke two teapots i had on display, Santa's cookie dish. many pictures, christmas decorations, pulled out my computer wires. but the best was when my bread maker was making to much noise dor him and he pushed it off the counter and broke the metal top, i feel your pain. Hugs
    38 days ago
    😂😂😂 I wonder if he and my old Sebastian share common ancestors. I’d made two dinners ahead and had pork chops in the oven to cool with the oven door cracked. We knew better than to leave anything where he and his even piggier sister could get into it. Those two ate nearly anything except fruit. I even had to put baby latches on the cupboards so they couldn’t get into the garbage. I was playing the piano in the living room when I heard the most awful crash from the kitchen. I jumped up, started shrieking, and husband came running to see what had happened to me. I was just in time to see that awful cat dive headfirst into the still warm oven and dash out with a pork chop. Needless to say, he did not get to keep the pork chop.
    38 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/4/2021 7:07:49 PM
    What a little sneak! Sounds like m fur baby! She's determined to get whatever you may leave on the table if just for a second to get a container to put the leftovers in!

    Glad you got the sausages though. Don't want them rewarded, like you say, for unwelcome behavior!

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    I'm sure glad that my cats aren't so undaunted by obstacles when it comes to food on the counter.
    38 days ago
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    That sounds like one very determined cat. My son's dog was that way yesterday. She pulled the table runner to the edge of the table so she could reach the plate and eat my grandson's uneaten lunch. Then she grabbed his healthy cookie from him at snack time and ate it. She ended up being put in the bedroom with the door closed.
    38 days ago
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    I'm sorry that I smiled a bit at your blog! But it was too funny not to smile!
    38 days ago
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