Wednesday, March 9, 2016

"No" Means Nothing: Wordless Wednesday


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  1. We do believe you are hungry fur those yummy looking noms, Cody!!

    Did you get a wee smidgen??

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  2. You won't believe it, Cody, but I just don't like human food!

    Purrs xx
    Athena

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  3. Naturally, when your food looks so yummy! MOL!

    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure and JJ

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  4. Apart from Hannah eating lots of chicken we don't eat human food.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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    1. Nor do I! Only chicken...that's pretty much it!

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  5. "No" means "Maybe" in my house.....HAHAHAHAHA If I give Mom "THE LOOK" it might even mean YES!!

    Hugs, Sammy

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  6. Such look of desire, MOL! Did you get a little? Here, Pierrot attends the dinner show every night in hopes of something good.

    Great pic!

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    1. Oh yes he got a little, that's the whole problem. I have a permanent "dinner date" now every night...right at my elbow and sometimes in my face lol. Thank you!

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  7. Cody you remind me of my Cashew. He loves any food.
    Sue B

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  8. That does look like really good eating Cody. Good boy for not grabbing it. We hope you got a little taste.

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    1. Mom begs to differ. I was NOT a good boy...I "grab" every night! It's all Mom's fault because she DOES share. Then she wonders why I do this! Love, Cody

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  9. If there's chicken in there, Cody, "no" means "yes" to us!

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  10. Bert doesn't care about no either and will steal off the plate while Mom is eating if possible. She has a spray bottle, or she locks him up these days as she is tired of his stealing ways.

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    1. I hear ya! It is actually my fault. For years we thought Cody had a food allergy and he only ate RC rabbit. A couple of years ago, he switched to regular food. I only recently introduced him to chicken (a few months ago)...well...I created a monster, it's all my fault. He isn't allowed on the table, he came up and I gave him some chicken. Now, EVERY NIGHT (whether we eat chicken or not), I have a new "dining partner". My husband is ready to kill me lol. To make it worse, if I don't share, Cody will start hitting my arm with his paw or worse yet....tries to put his entire head in my food. It is TOTALLY my fault!!

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  11. Oh, the title of this post is nothing but the truth. You kitties must think us humans are so silly for thinking "no" would be a part of your vocabulary. But, Cody, I can't say I blame you - that food looks delicious!

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  12. Cody, I lift a forkful of whatever The Hubby has made for a meal, to Angel or Chuck to sniff. Rarely do they try to take a lick, but I figure it's only fair.

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  13. I'm pretty sure "no" falls of deaf ears for our cats too. :-)

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  14. LOL especially when food is involved

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  15. Don't I know this. No means nothing.

    Have a purrfect Wordless Wednesday Cody. My best to your wonderful mom. ♥♥♥

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  16. dood....triple dog dare yur mom two walk away from her plate
    N see what happenz......

    make a bet that ewe willna touch her foodz

    if ewe win.....ewe get a cat tree !!! ♥♥♥


    {ya gotta eat like 5 poundz oh kibble rite bee fore thiz act oh curz}




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    1. Ha!!! Nice try!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Guess what? I touched her food WITH HER THERE!!! MOL MOL MOL!!!!!! Love, Cody

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  17. Cody looks like you're ready to have a big lunch. Around here "no" means yes - at least Mr. Cat seems to think so :)

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  18. We eat anything that is not moving!

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  19. Oh, but those curly pastas! We LOVE those!

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  20. MOL ! Which word did you say ? How do you spell it ? Purrs

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  21. It's tempting isn't it Cody.

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  22. "No" just means "not when you're looking." Don't the humans know that by now?

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  23. We think it's yours for the taking!

    The Florida Furkids

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  24. It looks like Cody thinks "No" means "that looks pretty tasty, Mom."

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  25. We are certain your Mama doesn't mind sharing with a cutie like you Cody! :)

    the critters in the cottage xo

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  26. "No" is a foreign concept to cats.

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    1. Not to my Angel Bobo it wasn't. He was a super sensitive and intuitive cat....if I said "No!" He immediately stopped doing whatever it was that he shouldn't have been doing and would look remorseful. Not Cody! lol

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  27. No is not a word for us.
    When my human says no, I give head bumps, I purr. It works.
    I hope that you had some of your Mum lunch Cody.
    Ronrons
    Hisia

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  28. Looks like she's thinking about obeying you lol! xo, Biana -BlovedBoston

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  29. Ut oh. Looks like Caren has a lunch buddy.
    Cody is very focused.
    xxoo
    Maggie, Mickey Mouser, and Rufus the Red

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    1. lol! "Focused" is an understatement! He is a determined cuss! He is my dinner date every night lol. Tonight he was upset. I had shrimp and believe it or not, he doesn't like shrimp

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  30. I see nothing wrong with that photo other than your mouth is empty.

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  31. It doesn't mean anything around here either. :)

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