Sunday, May 1, 2022

But He Doesn't

Have you noticed that when the popular feline phrase “If I fits, I sits…” is used, the cat is very rarely actually fitting?

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  1. The term 'fitting' is debatable. What we humans think it means, and what our felines do, are two very different things, imho.

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  2. I agree - I'm not sure the word "fitting" can be used to describe how Neville is positioned in that cat bed. But if it works for him...

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  3. Fit is a matter of purrspective.

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  4. Well, at least the 'inside' parts will be cozy...LOL!

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  5. HeHe! Neville's a little hero...Bless!x
    Though..has he put on a little weight..!
    Never mind..he's lovely! :)

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  6. Dad might need to upsize the box selection.

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  7. Neville it is certainly trying to fit. And he certainly fits into your life quite well.

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  8. I agreed with Vic above me there. Our felines know what fits (about anything!) and the sitting begins! Everything belongs to the cat, in other words.

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  9. Maybe the dangling limbs has appeal for him. :-)

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  10. Hahaha! It seems that Neville is fine with the fit! Thank you for the smile today!
    Hope you are feeling better!

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  11. They want to go into the smallest spots they can find! MOL

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  12. Neville: "If I sits, I fits."

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