Begging is an art form.

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Not much gets by Lord Dudley Mountcatten.

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Especially when my husband is snacking on some rotisserie chicken during a Red Sox game.

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There’s nothing subtle about his begging. If he was any closer, he’d be sitting on the plate.

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Even when given his own bowl of chicken, he’s fascinated with the carving process. It’s rather like having a feline gargoyle.

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17 thoughts on “Begging is an art form.”

  1. Sprint doesn’t bother me when I’m eating. Louie just sits and waits patiently for a bite. Stella? IS IN MY FACE!! whatchagotmomcanihavesomei’vebeenagoodgirlsniffsniff

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  2. Oh yeah, Charlie does the same thing. Then I attempt to give him a taste and all he does is sniff and then give me “cat stank face” and then goes to lie down. The one thing he does like is chocolate ice cream, that cat can eat that up. Too bad it’s bad for him, anything chocolate isn’t good for the picky mofos. Oh how do I know he likes chocolate ice cream? I left a bowl on the coffee table next to the couch to go get my phone from my room. When I came back he was going to town with it. I had to take it away from him and he followed me all around the house because of that bowl of chocolate ice cream.

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  3. Only 3 of my 5 cats like to beg for food we’re eating. It’s really funny to watch Smokey do it. He’s mostly my cat. He only snuggles with me and if we’re in separate rooms he’ll cry for me and then come running when I call him. But the minute Mark has some cheese, or something, Smokey is all, “Hello, Grandpa! How ya doing? That cheese sure looks appetizing. I love you. Can I have some cheese now?”

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