Tuesday, March 24

For Daisy, wherever I may find her...

...having scattered cat litter on the runner in the hallway, on the rug in my bedroom, or sprinkled atop the hardwoods in any other given room in the house.

What's with dogs and eating litter-covered cat poop straight out of the litter box? Better yet, hastily searching for the any remaining moresels, having been dutifully scooped by a 10-year-old fulfilling her daily chore, in the garbage can. The latter, however, resembles more of a CAT SHIT EXTRAVAGANZA! As if Daisy discovered the scooped poop and, in her drunken excitement, ran to call her friends to share the good news, leaving several other unmentionables strewn about the bathroom floor.

A friend of mine referred to such delectable organic dog treats as Snow Caps. Like the movie theater white sprinkle covered chocolate candies? I prefer to think of Daisy and her cat shit eating habits as just plain disgusting. Especially when she actually has the nerve to approach me, mouth open, tongue wagging, ready to coat me with her slobbery affection.

3 comments:

Julie P. said...

i will never eat snow caps again.

Kristi said...

Ah yes, I think we had this discussion before, as our dogs were helping themselves to those tasty morsels. Did you try elevating the litter box yet? Although, we did discover, in a way similar to your last comment, that our bigger dog is STILL able to get into it! I really don't get the fascination!

Brash Lion said...

There IS a special kind of cat box that is deep and has a lid with a large round hole for kitty to enter from the top, so doggy cannot eat the poop. I forget what it's called now... although I'm not sure how you feel about covered boxes. They're kinda like porta-potties for cats.