Thursday, July 01, 2004

Games Cats Play, part 2: Brown Bottom Boogie

This is a solitare-type game we cats play, since we can't use toilet paper.

Playing Field: Any carpeted floor ... the better the carpet, the more points

Game Play: Play begins after completing a particularly sticky dump. Player races around the house/apartment until finding the perfect area of carpet. Player drops butt to floor, puts hind paws behind ears and scoots around.

Points are awarded for:

  • length of streaks left on the playing field

  • cost of carpeting (my humans, Ed and Kim placed cheap carpet near the litter boxes for me. Nope, I like the stuff in the rest of the house.)

  • amount of human foot traffic in playing field (the more people who walk by, the better)

  • difficulty of removing streak from playing field



Points are deducted if chunks are left since those are easier to clean.

Player wins if they complete wiping butt before human can grab them.

Player will lose instantly regardless of point total should the human grab them and wipe their butt with a baby wipe. (Oh the horror.)


2 Comments:

At 10:50 AM, Blogger Oldcatman said...

I'm in trouble.....my 3 cats were reading this over my shoulder---now I'll have the Brown Bottom Boogie Olympics!

 
At 8:35 PM, Blogger J9 said...

mingers - my human Jeni found your site today. I sit here on her lap and watch her. Oh me, I'm a raven haired beauty with eyes as yellow as the sun. I have a little white patch that mom calls my "coochie patch" whatever, I just know that I like to have it scratched. My humans are trying to sell our house right now. I stand at the front door when strangers come in and do my best to show them around. For some reason, everyone wants to pick me up and carry me while I attempt to give this tour. That's fine with me since the house is so big. I hope they leave the three canine co-habitants behind. I only like the yellow one they call Rylie, but I don't let on when the humans can see me. Oh well, on to bed for the evening. I will keep "purr-using" your site. It's nice to keep in touch with my own kind...

 

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