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Teazleicious Diva-cat photos for the lazy at heart.

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For the cat who has everything

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Turkey I can understand but vanilla pudding? And Christ? I'd rather have a hairball.
15th Dec 2006, 20:09   | tags:,

MaggieD says:

I agree, so over the top .... and how much did they cost? .... my cat gets christmas turkey left overs as a treat .... having said that he has chicken left overs at least twice a week .....

15th Dec 2006, 20:19

Sprocket says:

Maybe it's a typo, maybe it should be "vanilla flavour mouse"??

15th Dec 2006, 22:27

Helen says:

I try to keep my cats off the chocolate.

16th Dec 2006, 10:10

Dhamaka says:

Your cats like chocolate too? I worry about the amount of chocolate my parents feed Misha

16th Dec 2006, 11:18

OJ says:

Hmm, I've never noticed whether our cat particularly likes chocolate. Her main criterion for human food is usually that it's unattended.

16th Dec 2006, 23:35

swamprose says:

oj, lol.

my dog, Annie, specializes in really expensive cheese that has been put out to reaach room temperature. she doesn't seem to mind if it's cold.

17th Dec 2006, 15:45

Caine says:

"Her main criterion for human food is usually that it's unattended."

My cats share that same criterion. :)

18th Dec 2006, 01:14

Viv says:

:D some humans have more money than sense!

18th Dec 2006, 12:43