OK took your advice and lft a pile of nuts for the squirrels. The next time me went outside, mes gots pelted! Does yous knows how to contact the squirrel Mafia?
I don’t think you want to do that. To get in direct contact with them, you’d have to go into their territory…and that’s outside. Outside just isn’t a good place to be, not when there are outlaw squirrels out and about. Perhaps you need to leave more—and a higher quality, and definitely bigger—nuts out for them. Persistence in offerings may be your best bet. And stay inside for a while. Just in case.
HAY MAX GOOD ADVICE ON THE SQWERLZ, BUT WARE DO I GIT NUTZ? WIN I WUZ A KITTEN I GOT NOOTERD.
Dood. No need to purchase what you already are. The squirrels will love you just as you happen to be.
Deer Max – why is it bad that I walk between my mommy’s feet in the middle of the night when she is going to the human litterbox room? I think it’s funny that she keeps slamming her head into the wall. She doesn’t. So you has to settle our argument – am I BAD?
You’re not bad; she’s just clumsy. Keep on doing it, little dood, and sooner or later she’ll develop the flexibility and dexterity to not slam body parts into walls. Really, you’re doing her a favor.
Mighty Kitty here .Max, you give the greatest answers! I really liked the answer to Rosie Posie! Being kissed “onna lips” isn’t the nicest thing for kitties!Now I have a question! What breed of kitty is the one that has the grumpy face and looks so sad? You are a cool dood, Max! Thanks for your advice on Mondays! I always look forward to your wisdom.
That grumpy kitty is a girl named Tardar Sauce. She’s a mixed breed kitty (her mother was a calico and her father a gray tabby) and her special look—which I love because she totally rocks—is either genetic or neurological; the vet would need to do testing to see, but she’s happy and healthy so her people don’t want to put her through that. She has a tux brother named Pokey who also has a bit of a grumpy look…but they really are both happy kitties, and while they’re both very small, they have giant personalities. You can learn more about Tardar at her website, grumpycats.com.