September 10, 2018

I've Done it Again

Kitties!  It's been a while since breakfast horking.  I did it again.

I was ripping into my wet fuds and Mom knows when I do that, it's a 50-50 chance of seeing it again. She always starts with a teaspoonful.  If I keep that down, she cautiously gives me a few more  teaspoonful.  Her eggs were done so she set the pan aside and gave me my extra teaspoons full..I tore into it (my fave flavor) and when she took her coffee and eggs into her breakfast place...HORK!  And HORK.  

She barely got them set down when the horking started-- trying desperately to get a scatter rug over to where I was in the act.  Instead, I got to throw up on her hand!  It got in the way, Kitties.  She quickly tried to remove my ice-cream cone from the mark but it too got a horking and mom got some more on her hand.  This was a first for me.

Eggs cooling...coffee doing the same; she headed to the kitchen double time and finessed her way around a black and white speed bump each time carefully placed in the middle of the junction of the hallway.  Said speed bump  was enjoying the view of her hurrying back and forth in her PJ's with filled up paper towels--- then rushing back to get more hork cleaned up and get started with the spray cleaner we use. 

My morning entertainment.  She said to mention if I would, that once she stopped feeding me the "sensitive skin and stomach" dry fuds...and started with older lady cat fuds..I stopped horking so much.  BUT...importantly, 😻 I still do hork when I enjoy my fuds quickly, however cautiously she tries to serve it. 



Wait till I hork on THESE!!

29 comments:

  1. Sometimes the hork just happens sweet Katie.

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  2. Lexy horks a lot. She horks when she eats too fast and when she has a hairball. This morning she christened our new rug with a hairball. She never threw up in Mommy's hand, though. I'll have to give her that info. MOL

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  3. That sounds a lot of horking, Katie san! Goro horked up a few times after inhaling his food real fast. Though, he hasn't horked on my hand yet.... :-)

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  4. Wow, you are seriously stepping up your game, Katie.

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  5. Gosh that is impressive Katie,Did you know that us Bunnies don't hork?Just saying,xx Speedy

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  6. Oh, those slippers are tempting, aren't they? That sounds like a good hork if we ever heard of one, and trust us, we've heard plenty! Good job, Katie!

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  7. I have caught vomit in my hand many a time :)

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  8. Oh no, Katie, please don't do it on those cute slippers!

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  9. Katie try not to do it on the slippers, they're far too cute. Aim for the newly vacuumed rug instead.

    Emma and Buster

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  10. Katie, you gotta slow down and enjoy your foods!

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  11. No, not on those cute slippers, Katie!

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  12. Katie, we have been throwing up a lot lately, all hairballs. Like you, though, I (Annie) will throw up if I eat too quickly and have an empty stomach. The lady doles out our canned food in small portions all morning, but it still happens sometimes. That's interesting that you throw up less on senior food than sensitive skin and stomach. The lady was really considering trying one of those sensitive stomach foods.

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  13. Good Heavens, Katie, that was quite spectacular. I have a number of small, shallow boxes, the kind cat-food tins come in. When I hear the tell-tale sounds, I grab one of those. I'm not always in time, but maybe if your mum has one near you when you eat, she will have time for containment.

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  14. Oh dearie me.....I'm sorry the horks have come back to haunt you again Katie - you must try to slow down and take ladylike bites s-l-o-w-l-y so the horks don't get you. I do think those cute slippers of your Mom's would look "interesting" with a pile of hork on them though. Tee Hee

    Love, Teddy

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  15. I agree...not on the slippers, please!
    Millie seldom horks food, usually furballs, once in a while. Gracie is the one that is inclined to eat too fast, with the predictable results.

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  16. Katie darlin' bless your heart horking is scary and well we mature ladies sometimes have delicate tum-tums
    Hugs and kitty kisses madi

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  17. Those kitty slippers are begging for it, KI. Get ‘em!
    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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  18. That was very impressive that you horked in her hand, Katie.

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  19. Horking on her hand scores you extra points, Katie! Good job!

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  20. Oh Katie. I remember those horkings well. The more yummy the food, the more it happens. I love your being a "speed bump"

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  21. That sounds awful and on her hand how gross

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  22. Katie, you are a master at horking and we bow down to your talents!!!
    :)

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  23. Ha ha ha! Good one! I have never horked ON the Human. However, about two weeks ago she SWEARS she heard the tell-tale signs of a furball on the way up and out, but in the morning she could not find the evidence anywhere. I *could* tell her, but why spoil her fun?

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  24. Bear is just like that. I know if he eats his wet food treat all at one time ... I better look for barf (usually two, maybe 3 spots if he outdoes himself). Then again, when I portion out the wet food - he'll eat what I gave him and then snarf down kibble - which promptly drops in again. You just can't win!

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  25. Princeton does this some times. It makes us sad to know that you were a wee bit sickly, though.
    Those house slippers are divine! Who wouldn't want to hork on those???
    Hope you have a great week. XOXOXO

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  26. Dearest Katie Isabella,
    Oh you poor girl... Hope you NEVER aim at your Mom's sweet slippers!
    Our Barty horked under the bed last week and I got it up easy. No carpet, just solid oak floors and I'm so grateful for that!
    I've been combing him too, against a bribe of course, and it seems to help him a lot with not horking. But we Moms, just clean up - period because we love our sweet fur babies!
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  27. I hope Mommy finds a better way of entertaining you, sweet Katie. Our Tommie had the Hoover Effect after breakfast too. The gradual serving style usually worked, but not always!
    xxoo
    Maggie

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  28. So sorry you and your mom have to have this happen! I hork once in awhile. The housekeeper's pretty good about it. Your horking on the hand gives me an idea..teehee! - Tom x

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  29. Katie, you're just like Mau. He eats with gusto and then horks all over the place. We love that you were acting as a speed bump while clean-up was going on! MOL! XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer

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