Monday, October 11, 2010

More Nip on Monday

About a week ago, Dad gave me a sprig of catnip inside, and he put it on the stairs. I really got into it, rubbing against the edges of the steps (you can see where I rubbed off a tuft of my fur!) and acting very under the influence of it. Mom couldn't catch all the action in a photo, but here is a picture of me with my nip when I was still enough not to end up being too blurry. Excuse the slantyness of the picture - I could say it is because I was so heavy I tilted the stairs, but really, Mom didn't hold the camera straight, and she forgot to correct it before uploading the picture for me.

15 comments:

  1. Looks like you have a big cat nip smile on your face, Simba!

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  2. Haha! That's a pretty potent nip leaf, Simba! Lucky you!

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  3. Looks like you were in heaven, Simba. xxxxxxxxxxx

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  4. Maybe your Mum was so excited about the nip she was a little high with you... you know there is a smell...

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  5. Nip makes the world go round...wobbly yes, but it still goes round!

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  6. Maybe your human had some catnip too, before she was holding the camera!

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  7. Simba, we have never had nip so potent it made our furz pop off! That must be a special hybrid plant there. WooHooo!

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  8. Wow, how fantastic! My boys only get dry nip, I bet the fresh kind is so much better!

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  9. Simba
    That must be some GOOD nip!

    purrin
    xoxox
    Abby

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  10. Simba, you sure are enjoying that nip!! We love fresh nip!!

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  11. Fresh nip on your deck and fresh nip inside - you have it made Simba!

    PeeS: We hope you got our mommy's email the other day. She's been having trouble with yahoo but hopefully it went thru.

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  12. A kitty can never have too much nip!

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  13. Lucky you're so handsome that even bad camera work looks good!

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  14. Heh heh heh... we got chunks of floof all over too my friend... it's a mark of a good house!

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