September 23, 2013

Hissy Tuxie Tuesday

Precious
Hi furriends, Precious here.  I've been living up to my old reputation lately.  In the last week, I've hissed at the Mommy and bit the Daddy.  Truly, they had it coming.  I don't like to be approached from the flank.  That's considered a surprise attack.  I don't care if they were just gonna stroke my luxurious furs.  Always approach from the front, people!  It also helps to tell me in a soft voice that I'm beautiful. (A girl likes to hear nice things.)

So, it's the bum of disrespect this week, tuxie style.  Happy Tuxie Tuesday and keep your paws to yourself!  Above all, remember:  TUXIES RULE!!!

25 comments:

  1. Humans! You think they learned the rules, and then they forget them all over again. And considering the punishment you dole out, Precious, I am surprised they don't remember!

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  2. Precious you are BEAUTIFUL (goose says in a soft soothing voice and tip toeing from the front.)
    Blessings,
    Goose

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  3. Mommy always says I am pretty when she grooms me. Aren't compliments deserved?? Of course! We're cats aren't we??

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  4. Evry kitty has their habits... We dont mind the flank attacks. Well, TBT DOES talk to us as he approaches.

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  6. Oh, Precious, if they know the rules, they they are fair game. Ashton prefers being approached from the flank because approaching from the front is too scary for her. Everycat has their own rules, and the peeps need to get with the program!

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  7. Hissy bitey tuxie girlcat on the loose - we are keeping well away. Much respect precious. From a distance!

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  8. Mom always tells me i'm bootiful and she calls me baby.

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  9. Mom instinctivly speaks when she approaches and touches from the flank area...so far I have allowed it. BUT..as you said...Tuxies rool.

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  10. Your Mom and Dad should talk to you before they stroke you or kiss you so you are aren't startled Precious. (whispers) The trouble is they start to get forgetful as they get older!
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx
    PS Our Mum is older than dirt so getting her to remember anything is hard work!

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  11. pssst pssst Precious it is madi's inside voice saying you are lovely and sweet.
    I have a hissing fit when my human sis is here. MOL
    Hugs Madi your Bfff

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  12. oh my, some people are slow learners. good you can remind them of the way it's suppose to be.

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  13. Precious they know your rules and when they don't abide, well it's bitey time!! I understand. I used to bite too, Mom wishes she could feel that bitey again. She really does.

    *angel abby*

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  14. Sounds like you have a little attitude like Jenna! She has been known to scratch and bite, too. Hissing is usually reserved for the vacuum cleaner, though ;)

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  15. Well, it sure is a cute tuxie bum and the mommy and daddy should consider themselves lucky to get it. It's all about the 'tude!

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  16. Why of course that was a sneaky attack! Bitey bites are just for that reason....and your Tuxie furs are very luxurious

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  17. tuxies DUE rool precious....N eye noe yur mom N dad had ther whatz comin....yea, sneek up on them from bee hind N see how they feel...

    hay, enjoy yur twoozday....me N princess iz headed over ta de pizza place...itz all ewe can eat cheeze day!!

    sauce =^..^=

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  18. So Precious, it sounds as if your name should have been Ferocious. We don't like to be snuck up on either, but use a little digression is how you let your thoughts be known. We think hissing and grilling is fine. Biteys should not be allowed. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Lisbeth, Astrid and Calista Jo

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  19. Phew! You are quite the project Ms. Precious! We can all be approached from any angle!

    Purrs,
    The Chans

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  20. No one likes a flank approach! Geeze!

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  21. We have so much in common. My peeps are allowed to kiss my head but not touch me unless I give them the OK.

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  22. Hey, Precious, if they know they shouldn't do that, then it's their own fault...no need for you to apologize or feel sorry. So there. ;)

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  23. Humans really need classes in how to correctly approach a kitty. It's not wonder so much blood is spilled. They are really stoopid.

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