Friday, June 7, 2013

Akua Begone

Akua and his persistence to dwell in all containers big and small. 
 
5 random ways to dispose of a cat
                                                                

1)  The tried and true gunny sack.  Gulp.

 
2)    Hmmm.  "O.K. Akua.  We're just going to go for a little drive in the country. (20 miles later) Oh, that farm looks nice."  Meanwhile, you slow your car down to 5 miles per hour and crack open the door.  Akua gets a little shove.  All that remains are tire tracks.  For shame!

3)  You leave a trail of bacon that leads out into the alley.  (this one has to be repeated over and over and gets to be pretty darn expensive. Plus sometimes other cats and dogs eat the bacon)

4)  The whole trap and release system.  (also not very effective since cats always find their way home)

5)  The garbage!  

P.S.  No Akuas were harmed in the creation of this post.  I mean really.  Look at that face! 

 
  

18 comments:

Golden Woofs! SUGAR said...

Did you say bacon? Happy Friday. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

Creations By Mit said...

Ha ha!! Great shot!! Glad to know Akua is still with you!

Lynn said...

We've four like this :-)...rule the roost and sometimes I wonder if that bacon trick would work with them, just joking. Too cute photo..

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

cats are too silly. ha. ha!! enjoyed the post so. ( :

Maggid said...

Everybody Sing! "The cat came back, the very same day, the cat came back and wouldn't go away!!!"

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I imagine there are plenty of treasures to be found in the trash.

DJan said...

Glad to hear no Akuas were harmed. This cat is just too darn precious... :-)

toemail said...

Super cute Kitty! :)

abrianna said...

Cute kitty.

We had a *huge* cat growing up. So tall that with his hind paws on the floor he could put his nose on the kitchen counter. Gentlest cat we ever had.

He would love to get in shoeboxes by putting all four paws in the box first, then curling up on top of the box with his body hanging out over the sides.

Nancy Claeys said...

Cute post and totally tongue in cheek I know! :)

W. Latane Barton said...

You had me worried there for a moment! Sweet kitty.

gowestferalwoman said...

oooo - you forgot "on eagles wings" literally!

I lived along the st croix river for many years, and had one striped orange tiger that thought he was a dog - it was his demise unfortunately, as cats laying out in sunny rocky graveled drvieways make for a good eagles target...

hello from nancys random 5 day!

Mary said...

Akua is a sweetie pie! And people who do the number 2 thing sicken me to the core. They really do.

But Akua is very well loved. That's obvious. :D Have a good weekend sweetheart-kitty!

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

LOL! My youngest daughter, who will be a Senior in HS next year, showed up with a kitten 2 weeks ago. We have 3 dogs of various sizes already, so we weren't too sure about what to do. She's getting along well with the dogs by now, but she is ALL KITTEN, if you know what I mean. We tried finding her a home, but I think she's found one. OURS!

The Chair Speaks said...

Thank you for your well wishes and purrs. We appreciated it. Purrs!

Akua, is that trash you are sitting on?

Magnolia Holler said...

Haha! Love the picture, too precious!

Linda Hensley said...

I never suspected you were capable of cat abuse! :)

Pat Tillett said...

I'll follow you anywhere for bacon...