Wednesday, August 02, 2006

It's nobody's fault but your own, Mommy

MILES

If you don't want to smell the bad smells that a kitty can make, don't put a litter box in the bedroom. I know you has it there so that Gramma Trixie doesn't has to go down the stairs, but we're gonna use it too. Why should we has to go downstairs just to use the box in the middle of the night? get nose plugs if it bothers you that much.


We woud also like to fank Patches, Mittens, Mistrie and Calico Mom for the wonderful time yesterday! You are all so nice.

16 comments:

Lone Star Purrs said...

Bawahahahahah!! That is soooo true!!! We gots a Litter Maid, so it doesn't smell too bad....just if your in there at the wrong time....if ya know what we mean.

Rascal said...

Ha! You tell 'em Miles. And speaking of litter boxes, if the humans kept them cleaned out better then they would have nothing to complain about!

DEBRA said...

Miles ask your Momma if she would prefer the alternative? That'll change her mind! Boo was furry happy to see you yesterday!


Hi to my sweetest gorgeous blue-eyed Sammys!

Purrs and Headbutts
~ABBY

Latte said...

I don't understand why they have such a problem with it. They don't warn us if they go make that little room stink up. And seriously, they should be happier than the alternative!!

Gigolo Kitty said...

Absolutely true! Never underestimate the power of kitty-crap!

Kaze said...

Oooohh....I was a stinky stinky kitten. Tell your Lap Lady that she had better be thinking it smells like roses as compared to what I put out last month!

Patches & Mittens said...

Momm says you are welcome anytime. You are all so well-mannered an nice.

Momma putted a litter box in their room once when Mittens was unwell. Of course, I used it. Momma had to cover her head.

Patches

Patches & Mittens said...

Hi Trixie:

You can come and cuddle and nap and talk anytime.

Mittens Pollypaws, you bestest furriend.

Scooby, Shaggy & Scout said...

I did one downstairs in the box while mom was folding laundry yesterday! She scooped it after I got tired of burying it, and took it outside! - Scout

Zeus said...

You go, Miles! You're absolutely one hundred percent CORRECT!

Gemini said...

I agree with everyone else. I mean, if it's there, of course you're going to use it!

Kukka-Maria said...

We had a Litter Maid, but mom said it stunk so badly every time it opened the container to deposit the fresh clumps, it was worse than just scooping manually! She got rid of it (but I'm glad it works for Lone Star Purrs).

If she complains more, ask her to get you a tiny can of air freshner--that you can spray when you're done. I know you're smart enough to work the can...it just depends whether or not you want to appease her.

'Cause I'm for leaving the stank to linger in the air, quite frankly!

George, Tipper, Max & Misty said...

Let's face it, shall we? The litterbox is there for YOU...it's YOUR bathroom. Therefore you should be able to use the one that is closest and most convenient when the need arises. It's really very simple.

Besides, you don't complain about where THEY take care of their personal business, do you?

Grr, Midnight & Cocoa said...

maybe your mommy could go sleep somewhere else then? we make our mommy sleep on the couch

Feline Oligarchy said...

If she won't get you the air-freshner, maybe she should put one of those air things you plug in to the wall next to her bed. Then she won't complain about you doing what you gotta do.

William said...

When my sister Sophie who flew away to the Bridge was still with us and it was just her and me and Eddie, my mom kept a small litter box in the corner of the living room just for Sophie. Well, both me and my bro used it too. Mom would get so cross with us! I just never understood why, for meowing out loud.

Stahp it woman!

SAMMY Dear The Mom STAHP PUTTING THAT OINTMENT CRAP ON MINE BELLY.   It's GROSS