|Tell me. Who wouldn't make fun of that?|
I can't count how many times I've used
this picture. He's totally asking for it.
|I also haz a autosketch program where I can do|
what I want with captions. This makes for
much amusement. (Another photo which is
well-used. After all, it's LadderCat, with his
ears all sideways. You know he knows I'm
making fun of him.)
|Yes, I took a photo of the moron cat playing in|
the potty. I couldn't help
myself. (There was a bug fluttering around
in the water, in case you were
|Splotch is our rescue cat. He was a stray we|
fed for about a year until I could get him
to trust me, which was a problem for him
when I scooped him up and shoved him
in a cat carrier to take to the vet. But
he forgave me eventually.
Doc: Did you know your cat is overweight?
Me: That explains the back pain I have when I pick him up.
Doc: That's not healthy for cats. Do you give him table scraps?
Me: I eat the table scraps.
Doc: Haha. Don't give the cat table scraps.
Me: I don't give him table scraps. He eats his food and then he eats Megaroy's food. I don't know why Megaroy hasn't lost weight. (13 pounds and I got a lecture about that, too.)
Doc: We might have to put him on a kitty diet.
Me: He howls in the middle of the night. Do you know why?
Me: The dry food bowl has run dry.
|Of course, this isn't Splotch, but it looks a lot like him.|
I have never owned a fat cat before. Or dog for that matter. Or goldfish, guppy, parakeet, etc. We've always subscribed to the keep the-kibble-full theorem. The animals knew it was there; they didn't stress out. However, Splotch has food issues. It's not an issue if he eats it all.
|Here's Splotchy in his second favorite locale, enjoying|
human leg warmth. Does that look like a fat ass?
(Don't worry, I don't think he reads.)
And yes, that's an exercise ball in the background.
For some reason, the cats don't want to use it.
|One of Splotch's favorite floor spots near the kitchen.|
When Splotch runs his belly swings from
side to side. I wonder if it hurts.
Consequently, we have a moron cat and a meatloaf cat. Anyone who knows their Kliban will recognize that, but here's the cartoon for the reminder:
Okay. Fat Woman out.