Cat goes shopping for cat food
“I am here to watch, manage and supervise the shopping!” (Facebook)
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The photo comes via Diana Mitran and Just Cats on Facebook.
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Love the look on the cats face so not the intrepid hunter!! Lol looks like a very spoilt kittie!
A cat we once had called Chester used to follow my husband down the pub and sit on a bar stool next to him while the barmaid fed him scratchings (Chester not my husband 🙂 )
Cat could be saying “Whaaaat? Look at all this lot in the trolley and what do I get……yeah dry biscuits, hissssssss”
Totally if he or she had her way it would be the most expensive cat food and cat meat lots of fish etc.
Silly cat, why go to the trouble of going shopping when we have servants to do it for us.
Ours ponder in the cat food aisle what is best for us, put it in the trolley, get it out again at the check out, pay for it, put it in bags, put the bags in the car boot, get them out again at home and carry them in for us to inspect. Put the food in the cupboard, get it out again sachet after tin after tray, until we decide which to eat.
Then they wash the tin or tray and put in the recycle bin, or the sachet in the rubbish bin, job done.
Taken in the UK
Yes, typical dull weather outside. It does look very much like good ole England.
The yellow number plate on the back of the car outside is the biggest giveaway. Otherwise it could be Denmark or the Netherlands – real Anglo Saxon housing that is – lots of brick brick brick. 🙂
Ha ha Marc I didn’t even look at the car I just saw the houses and thought Yep! England!
Not realistic but cute just the same.
Perhaps she could buy the food he wants if she omitted the bottles of vodka and liqueur in her cart.
I wonder how this came about. What is going on. You don’t see cats in supermarkets in England (or anywhere, I suppose).