February 15, 2012

Who, me?

SOMEONE was caught licking the butter right there in the dish!  It certainly wasn't ME!  Mom is going to try to make me say it was I!  NO WAY!  It was her!  The butter on my chin and whisker roots?  Purely a co-inkydink.

 Here I am in the window trying to imagine getting away from her accusing glare.  And why would you want to gouge out purrfectly good butter from the dish and pitch it when you think it's your beloved furbaby licking it?  WHAT a WASTE!  She needs to learn about sharing and about waste..not that I touched that butter.  Nosiree!

37 comments:

  1. Katie we absolutely agree with you that you didn't lick that butter that leapt out the dish onto your paw - we think your Mom is the guilty one!!
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  2. Butter is a kitty beauty treatment to make our fur nice and shiny. Doesn't she know that. Gramma used to give Faith butter. It also helps with hairballs. Why would she throw it out? Does she—gasp—think you have germans?

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  3. Oh Katie - how could your mom even think such a thing. You would NEVER get into that butter - N E V E R ! What is with these oomans - I gets accused of having a girl friend (ummm something like that) and now you are accused of eating butter from the dish! Maybe we should run away and just SHOW them!

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  4. Musta been that "other" cat. :) We know you wouldn't have done anything like that (though this is probably why mom doesn't leave much edible stuff on our counters - MOL).

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  5. You tell your Mom she should have set that butter aside to cook with. A little heating would kill off any imaginary germs on it.
    The trouble with butter is that it is SO delicious. And therefore So appealing. No kitty can really be blamed for licking it.
    After Audrey ate her full dinner lat night, she managed to get the lid off the can of Beef and Gravy that was SIMBA'S, and ate another half a can. And that sure was MOM'S fault for leaving it on the counter, not AUDREY'S fault for helping herself to it.

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  6. One would think you came from Egypt, Katie Isabella -- because you certainly live in DENILE!

    Why don't you ask your Mama if she would give you just a little butter off the tip of her finger, and then you wouldn't have to fend for yourself?

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  7. I bet that tasted really good Katie. Tell mom to not leave the butter dish out if she doesn't want to share.

    xoxo

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  8. Hey, we always gwt licks of butter here Katie, and they are offered up, we don't have to go take them!

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  9. Lol! Yes, I am sure that Miss Katie is as pure as the driven snow! To tell the truth, I don't know if Gracie and/or Millie like butter. I will try a little on a plate or on the end of a finger, to see if they like it. If they do, we could use it as a treat once in a while.

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  10. The fountain the peeps got us doesn't use any electricity. Just GRAVITY! It has an upside down bottle of water that flows into a dish. You could get one of THOSE, couldn't you?

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  11. The nerve of your Mommy...we bet she planted that butter on you when you were sleeping...you've been FRAMED!
    And we hope you got to eat the part she gouged out. Purely for scientific purposes.

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  12. bah! of COURSE it wasn't you. it's that little nuisance-kitty named "Not Me-ow". dratted li'l bugger is efurrywhere! an' what an insult--throwin' out the licked stuff, as if you --- errr --- SOMEcat had cooties. we finks you needs to haf a talk wif her.

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  13. How dare those humans try to blame you? You look so innocent!

    BTW, Happy Belated Valentine's Day!

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  14. Oh Katie, we know that you didn't lick that butter. There must be a ghost in that house. You had better start looking for that butter licking ghost. Take care Katie and take good care of that Mom of yours.

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  15. Mom lets us drink out of her glass, so she isn't fazed if we would lick the butter. She lets us lick the ice cream, too.

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  16. No not you. I think you were framed for sure but just in case lick that evidence off.. MOL HUgs GJ xx

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  17. Well honestly, how DOES she think you keep that gorgeous coat so glossy and soft??? Oh they are all about wanting everything pretty but do they want to pay the piper??? Certainly not! What's a few cat lick marks when it comes to running your hand over such glorious silk that lowers their blood pressure I ask you? She should be thanking you!

    xoxo
    Ms. Stella O'Houligan

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  18. If, as we know is not the case, you might have just walked past the butter, she should be honoured that you might be willing to share her food!

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  19. Well butter my nose and call me biscuit! Who's trying to nibble on you, poor sweet nibble-able Katie?? Let's hope no one is buttering you up like a goose for Sunday dinner! If anyone comes at you with a roasting pan, RUN!!! We think it was mighty brave of you to eat that butter rather than have it slathered all over your body for roasting!
    hee hee

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  20. Well, if she falsely accused you of eating it anyway, she should have just gave you the gouged out part too! We love butter and have been known to be blamed for licking it a time or two too!

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  21. Oh dear, to be accused of such a thing. How could she. Guess maybe she'll just have to hide the butter elsewhere or get a dish with a lid.

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  22. Katie, you have a momma who is far too picky! I should trade her in ;) xox

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  23. We know you would never lick the butter Katie. We bet it was that sneaky Nott Me who did it.

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  24. Humans just don't get it! *sigh*

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  25. Lol@ hannah and Lucy comment.Lol@Co-inkydink.Oh my too funny.Thanks for the laughs,Meow hugs for katie.

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  26. Me has been know to eats butter. Mommy and Daddy keeps in the cupboard in a covered dish.
    Sigh! I don'ts get it very often anymore.
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  27. Hmph. If she thought you had licked the butter, the least she could have done was let you have the rest instead of pitching it.

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  28. Unjustly accused? I know how you feel. I was once accused of eating 1/2 of a stick of butter. As if!

    Buddy

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  29. Oh Katie! Unless she actually saw you do it, she shouldn't accuse you like that! That butter on your whiskers?? It could have gotten there so many other ways!!

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  30. UMMMMMMM Butter......^..^ if only ...,,,, all we getz iz Smart Balance!! What the Hay iz dat!! You haven't lived till you haz Mayonaze ^..^ :))))))
    Kissez Sweet Katie , we knowz you would NEFER!....... ^..^ xoxoxoxo

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  31. Ha ha ha! This is a great story, Katie! You, the Kitty, are entitled to whatever you want from you Mom's kitchen. If she leaves delicious butter out for you, you can hardly be blamed for eating it. To decline would be impolite!

    By the way, hams, UTB, your place.

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  32. And oh, I forgot! I'm tagging you tomorrow to answer ten questions!

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  33. We wondered where Mica Minnie Moo went! Now we know. She licks our butter too, and things with butter on them. Sometimes she out right steals them. Can you believe it?

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  34. Ruff ruff ruff ruff I know the feeling! Humans!! ~~~ Flash

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