Lets explore the various types of "help" I get while knitting, shall we?First up is my oldest cat- Rascal. At the ripe old age of 13 he feels that his mommy cannot manage to knit without him. He's my supervisor, sitting next to me and watching every move I make with the needles. Never hesitating to correct my technique with a brief swat at them or a tug at the yarn. What a guy!
Dora on the other hand is all about the yarn, especially the Wool of the Andes yarn from Knipicks. Oh sure, she looks sweet and innocent here but what you don't know is that she's just waiting until I get a little looser grip on the skein. Before you can say boo - she grabs in and drags it to her basket for a thorough beating. She's the reason I have to tape the unused skeins in a box.
P2 is my good kitty. She likes to lie next to me a purr while I knit. She won't even pounce the yarn if I dangle it in front of her. She reserves her "help" for when I'm working on the PC.
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Posted by DustBunniesCanWait at 7:26 AM
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LMAO. Your cats are hilarious. My cat walks all over the keyboard when I try to type. :)
Oh no. Princess used to pound the keys when she was a baby. I'll never forget the time I was making a bid on eBay. She woke up from her nap (in the middle of the floor was the only place she would take one) and toddled over to me. Before I knew it I was bidding over $10,000 for some baby clothes. She must have really really liked them ;-)
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