Monday, August 15, 2016

Mancat Monday

Happy Monday! Connor here with Mancat Monday.

You see this toy in the picture? It’s got a wand and a feather on it, and it spins around and changes direction. It makes you want to chase that feather.



Natasha and Abbey like the feather. Abbey will even catch it in her teeth and then smack with her paw.

But. . . I’m more interested in the base of the toy. The part that the girls find boring.



I sniff around the base, try to move it with my paws, and just sit and watch it. 

No one understands my fascination with it. And I can’t tell because then the girls will want to be in on it.

Why do you think I like the base of the toy more than the feather?

12 comments:

  1. Connor you are all boy...boyz like to see how things work...you might need a screw driver to take it apart...but be sure to remember how to put it back together
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  2. Hey Connor! Hmm. I'm not sure. Maybe you're the only cat in your house who knows it's a space ship?!!? Ha. When you save everyone from the aliens instead of playing around with the feather (clearly a distraction!), they'll all thank you then!
    Am I right?
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  3. I'm going to agree with Lisa's comment above: it's the hum of the motor that you like, Connor!

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  4. Ah! Mechanical engineer! Clearly, you understand the dynamics of a well-designed and operating device. Who cares if the thing waves a feather around? You admire the engineering brainpower that created the workings. Maybe you're planning/plotting how to make it better?

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  5. I'm like that with one of our interactive toys. I think you're trying to figure out how to turn it off and on. ~Ernie

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  6. dood....uh....thatz burd skin ya noe.....just sayin ~~ ☺☺☺♥♥♥

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  7. because you are trying to figure out how it works? catchatwithcarenandcody

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  8. Maybe you understand that the bottom is the part with the motor -- you're an engineering kitty!

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  9. I think maybe there's a little robot in there and you've befriended him, Connor. Am I close?

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  10. Hmmm... does that base make a noise? Maybe you like the sound of the machine.

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