Sunday, January 25, 2009

Hello New Week


My mum went to a fair just before christmas. For $10 (NZ - $5 US), she got two great rubber doormats. I hated them. When she put them by the back door I stayed outside, and the other one was in her room for a couple of days, til she found a space for it. I had to do a running jump so I could avoid it.

So, after the new year, mum gave in and went and bought two more doormats. I LOVE the sunflower ones, they are great to stretch and relax on. And fantastic for scratching.

See, you have to train your humans so they buy the right stuff.

Have a good week everybuddy.

14 comments:

  1. Poppy, you are too lovely. A running jump? Lovely:)

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  2. Know what you mean Poppy. When our mum first got us, she used to have a rubber doormat outside the door. It had little fingers for getting mud off boots. We hated it too. When we were too small to jump over it, we used to hiss at it because it felt funny to our feet and we thought it might bite our toes.

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  3. I think we can tell who is really in charge at your house. Good job!

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  4. What was wrong with the other ones Poppy Q - did they smell funny or were they scratchy on your little feet? FAZ

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  5. You're great in training your human so well Poppy!

    'Oven

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  6. How funny that you would not touch the rubber doormats! That new flowery one is very pretty.

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  7. ...had she just consulted you first...

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  8. I love the sunflower mat! You have excellent taste.

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  9. Why didn't you like the previous doormat?

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  10. That is a beautiful doormat for you to relax on, Poppy!

    Purrrrrrrrrrs, Willow

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  11. Really pretty it is, Poppy, I totally get that you hated the rubber ones too, this one is grand!

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  12. WOW! That's a gorgeous mat! I'd like one of those too!

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  13. What a beautiful, beautiful kittie!

    I have a doormat very similar to that one and each morning when I let Marco my dog out performs a series of stretches on it like he's doing yoga!

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