Our Mascot (Puss n Boots)
This is our official mascot (Puss N Boots). The best way to describe our four legged fuzzball is:
1. Never walk in the home with bare feet or in socks (he will stalk you and attack).
2. Never feed this male tabby canned catfood with seafood. (it gives him the shits, and he will torment you with what George Carlin once described as: "SBD's (silent but deadly farts)". Yes this male tabby will try to come up to your face, point his back side in your face and let you know how much he loved what you fed him.
3. Never leave potato chips unattended (he loves them)
4. Be prepared to have him beg when you open the fridge
5. Expect to have him talk to you (he loves to meow) as well as make a few other weird sounds.
6. Be prepared to be rudely awoke in your sleep, since he loves to sleep between your legs, and on occasion he likes to sink his claws into your leg, so he can get comfortable, paying no regard to your comfort.
7. Never leave doors open (he loves the great outdoors and collecting little creatures, he likes to bring back in so he can share them with you).
8. Rodents and bugs are doomed to a horrible death. (he loves to catch and eat them whenever possible)
9. Never leave important papers around. (you may never find them or if you do they will be shredded real well)
10. Expect company when you use the bathroom, he likes to join you or do his thing while you are in there.
Currently, Puss has not been affected by the recent recall of cat food. (by some luck, they had run out of the chicken canned dinner, and we bought the beef instead, and yes the doctor grabbed a seafood feast) The brand we buy for puss was only affected for the chicken dinner over specific dates. For more info on this, puss recommends the following website. ---> Cat Food Recall "Menu Foods"
According to an article from Capital News 9 ---> capitalnews9.com "The finding is aminopterin, a rat poison. The substance is illegal, even as a pesticide. That's something that researchers from Cornell University and the New York State food lab found alarming."
For those who are wondering: Puss is currently occupied by the new toy we bought for him. (he likes chasing those plastic balls with a bell in the ball)
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