It's going to get worse isn't it?

(7 Posts)
Lorsaidthedean Sun 22-May-16 22:45:54

Had Lemmy (aka what the fuck do you want now) for about four months.

I always assumed he was too dim to to catch catch anything. This evening he brought in a mouse. It was still alive. He was very proud of himself, and strutted around purring and showing off. He has also vomited next to his food bowl, and I think he has found another gullible human to feed him.

It is all downhill from now isn't it.

cozietoesie Sun 22-May-16 22:59:56

I hate to say it but the vomiting might have been die to the fact that that wasn't Mouse No 1!

cozietoesie Sun 22-May-16 23:01:03

due

Lorsaidthedean Mon 23-May-16 00:04:13

So you think Lemmy might be sharing his food with us? A sort of trade off for all the dreamies and kitty sticks we give him.

Should we be praising him for doing this; he seems to think he has done a very good thing indeed.

cozietoesie Mon 23-May-16 00:11:52

A present, you ingrate you! grin

I had The Lodger round for a bit and he was genuinely put out that I wouldn't remove the basement skirting boards to give him proper access to what he clearly thought was behind them. (I hadn't been aware of any issue but his judgement on these matters is infinitely better than mine.) Be thankful for small mercies. wink

Fluffycloudland77 Mon 23-May-16 08:14:22

I think the fur can make them vomit, bit like owl pellets but messier and aimed at non washable surfaces.

TroysMammy Mon 23-May-16 19:04:04

I had a cat who tried Dreamies for the first time and about 5 minutes later vomited an absolutely massive pile of sick. No more Dreamies for him. Lick-e-lix & Lidl's fish chew sticks(kitty crack) absolutely fine.

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