Thursday, May 28, 2009

Kramer Chronicles

For those of you who are just arriving to the Parlor, this is Kramer, our soft feral cat that adopted us when he was 3 weeks old. The only siblings he has known are our dogs so he believes himself to be a dog although he occasionally does kitty things which confuses him greatly. Because he believes himself to be a dog he wants to be included in all of the dog activities which includes feeding time (Kramer has his own private dining area for cat food in my bathroom). Our dogs are fed in the kitchen and get broth in their dry dog food (Calvin is a fussy eater and since he gets broth the other two have to have broth as well). Kramer wanted to be a part of the dining routine so he waits with the dogs in the kitchen and is given a small bowl of broth along side his siblings.
Sometimes he doesn't want to partake of his broth in the kitchen so we give it to him in the dining room. For some reason this time he wanted it at the table. this what I ordered?

Kinda tastes like broth...

but then again I think it may not be the flavor I wanted...

Then again, it's actually quite tastey!


crochet lady said...

I love the Kramer Chronicles!
I don't think I've seen a cat eat at a table before. Kramer must think he's part human too.

Sweet Old Vintage said...

Kramer is very sweet. Makes me smile at his doggie thoughts.

Anonymous said...

Looks like a member of the family. True. I missed your recipe yesterday but I will surely give it a try. I went all the way to Bermuda one time to experience Tea and scones. (After 9/11 I was afraid to go to London, so switched my tickets to Bermuda, an English colony.) I loved it.

June said...

Hi Kim,
Kramer is one cool cat. Lucky too, not many cats have the pleasure of such fine dining. Your scones look like something I would love to sink my teeth into.

Jodie LeJeune said...

Oh Kim...that Kramer is something else. Do you know he called me yesterday and told me to cancel my trip? He said he wasn't feeling well and he didn't want to leave. He's going to take a rain check on coming to visit his Auntie Jodie.

After reading this post, I've come to the conclusion that he isn't sick at all...just very VERY spoiled! About the only sick I can think of would be "homesick" from ya'll and the dogs...oops, I mean his siblings.

But I love him anyway!
everything vintage

CottageBliss said...

How funny!! We raised two dogs and two cats together years ago, talk about confused.

LOVE Kramer!


lorhen82 said...

Kramer is hilarious! He's so cute eating that way at the table!

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Kim,

Sweet tales in the Kramer Chronicles.

Enjoy your weekend

TattingChic said...

OMGosh! He is hilarious! I love your kitty, Kramer! :)