Beware of any beverage glass left unattended with Callie around. She may feel somewhat guilty about it but will take a stab at dipping her paw into your glass if your back is turned. Wine, juice, water, it doesn’t matter what the glass holds, it is the naughtiness of it all that attracts her to the glass. I just happened to look up and catch her in action this time. Actually, it was my daughter who busted her. These are the very same paws that cover up her shit in the litter box. Can you imagine my horror the first time I caught her doing this, and reflected on all of the times I had left a glass on the counter? She can’t be trusted, and I tend to forget. Fortunately, the lovely sounds her tongue makes lapping up the forbidden beverage gives her away.

4 thoughts on “Busted!

  1. curioussteph January 28, 2018 / 9:18 pm

    Ah yes, the lure of the unattended glass. Lucy has a few tricks with this. She much prefers drinking someone else’s water to her own, even if in identical glasses on the same surface. If one happens to leave a glass on the table with water in it, it is to be expected that it will be overturned–thank goodness we keep an oilcloth beneath the tablecloth on our dining table. We’ve gotten much better about completely clearing the table in response to this training program.
    And then there’s the angry cat maneuver–if either she is not being attended to at her bathroom sink drinking station or we are staying in bed when she prefers otherwise, she will slap the plastic glass off the counter–makes a marvelous clatter! Again, I’ve learned and keep my empty cup lying in the bowl of the sink to thwart her bossiness.

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    • sevenfauesisters February 5, 2018 / 1:14 am

      Cats are such a trip! Thanks for sharing. I have been out if internet range while at Death Valley.


  2. Sarah January 30, 2018 / 5:09 am

    Such vivid, mouth watering, beautiful photos!!

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