Monday, July 22, 2013

He's Not Innocent

You would think your kitchen table is safe, especially as mine is a six seat rectangle one so has a bit of room.  So I do put things on there when not in use like my material which I done last night after taking some photos.

Well Mister Ginda thought it would be a great place to jump up onto this morning.  Only problem is he had just come inside and had muddy paws and the place he had to jump on to was the blocks and material I had left there.  Luckily I caught him straight away before he done more damage and it was easily cleaned.

So though in the picture taken straight after the incident he looks innocent, he was not.  Then to top it all off he was purring away very loudly after getting told off.


  1. He's gorgeous but he definitely has that 'What me?' look on his face! Hope the paw prints come out!

  2. I think all of us cat owners (or should that be cat slaves) know, they can do and go where they please and the quilting must always make way for them. Otherwise, they sit, stand or get inside of projects. And the thing is, we let them! I've lost count how many times I've had to abandon a quilting session so that Sheila (my little darling) can have her nap.

  3. Awwww he was just trying to help. He was personalising your fabric for you!

  4. He does look innocent doesn't he!!

  5. Ahhh he is gorgeous. H ewas just trying to help you out by adding that last finishing touch....

  6. Who me? I nearly got to fondle the fabric Mum.

    They are such special animals.

    Happy days Michell.


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