The Look You Get When The Cat Food Bowl Is Empty
When I got home from running my errands today Stripes met me on the porch and he was very put out with me. You can probably tell that from the expression on his face. It appears that he was blaming me for the front porch cats' food bowl (the one right in front of the little gnome lady) being empty.
Mind you, it was not empty when I left this morning to go on my errands. The bowl became empty while I was away. Such details mattered not one flick of his tail to Stripes. There was no food in the bowl and, obviously, it was my duty to remedy this injustice being perpetrated on cat kind.
As an aside, you may notice that the food bowl appears to be floating in another bowl. It appears to be because it is. Our pet sitter and friend, L, told us that if we floated the cat food bowl in another bowl partially filled with water it would keep the ants out of the cat food. K thought it was a good idea. I thought it would deprive the cats of free protein. I lost the argument.
Now back to the empty cat bowl conundrum. I don't usually give the front porch cats extra food during the day but Stripes insisted that if I was going to use his picture on my blog I could at least give him half a scoop of crunchies to tide him over until supper. I gave in. So enjoy this picture. It cost me half a scoop of crunchy cat food.
Image Credit » DW Davis