Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Performance Art



(Lucky for some kitty, I can get new boxes at the office!)
Some kitty decided that this box needed adaptation!  The pieces were carefully strewn about.  The fancy art critic says, "The uneven edge represents the vagueries of life, while the viciously ripped out fragments mimic the complexity of the cosmos."

Or, some kitty attempted to make enough noise to convince the humans to get up sooner rather than later, and feed some kitty!

Update on Patty O'Malley: Well, there really isn't an update.  I've been spritzing his wound with Vetericyn as often as I can.  We've had terrific rainfall for about 24 hours, though...cannot spritz much in a downpour.  Last night, I was convinced that we needed the veterinarian, and yet this morning, it wasn't too bad.  Any photo of this is too icky to post, so you'll just have to take my word for it.  Now that it's dry outside, I'll sit out on the deck, with the cat in my lap, and really get a good look-see.

24 comments:

  1. I hate to mention this but if the infection is deep enough, he will probably need a drain tube. Poor Patty ! And you too.

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  2. Pawsome shredding art ! We keep purring for Patty O'Malley. Purrs

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  3. Sure hope Patty is getting better. We sure send lots of purrs. We have a kitty here that likes to chew the boxes just like that.

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  4. Some cat is quite the arteest! Hoping POM's wound is looking better.

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  5. Nice box shredding, Brother Simon is the artist here. Purrs to dear Patty from all of us.

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  6. Hope you can make some progress with the PO'M.

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  7. A box sculpture!

    I hope Patty feels better soon. We have had crazy rain, too!

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  8. Ugh, but yeah, what the Whiskeratti said.

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  9. Lexy used to do that all the time! We hope the wound heals soon.

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  10. Poor Patty, I hope he heals soon. Very nice art work, Prancie does that with newspaper. :)

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  11. Those look like pretty tiny bites on that box! We took a vote and decided it was Manny.

    Hope Patty's better (or at the very least, not worse).

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  12. They get the box just the way they want it, and then you take it away! Sorry about Patty. Hope you can get it figured out.

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  13. cranbereez dood...we dinna noe ya had been wounded.....sorree buddy....sendin sum blessingz yur way frum R awesum pal st francis N hopin it heelz soooper quik ~~~

    nice art werk peece two ...984 pawz up ♥♥

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  14. Some kitty needs her/his own Home Improvement show on HGTV
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  15. That's some art alright. MOL We're sendin' purrayers fur Patty. Big hugs

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Raena

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  16. What art! At least some cat didn't swallow the pieces.
    Sending healing purrz.

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  17. Wow, that’s such a majestic artwork!
    Continued purrs to Patty. I hope Vetericyn works well for his wound.

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  18. Haha! This is real art! :) My cats make the same with all boxes and cardboard scratching post :D I need to buy automatic vacuum cleaner :D

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  19. WOW! That is some PAWSOME art! I've asked my Mom if I could have the box in the garage, and I too could do some work. Mom says I have to wait for Kozmo and Jo Jo to go home as Kozmo pees in boxes which is why it is in the garage. Thanks for commenting on Mousebreath!
    Purrs
    Marv

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  20. We think your assessment is spot on! That's one great box shredder. Purrs for Patty!

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  21. Hmmm ... if I had to guess ... I'd bet I could name the culprit in no more than two tries. Perhaps the perpetrator could join Bear's decorating consulting business.

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  22. DUDES! DUDES! That is epic art, Turner Prize Quality fur sure!

    Bestest purrs

    Basil & CO xox

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