This does not sound very PAWmising... LOVE Tim's hiding picture.
As a hiding spot, blankets and comforters are good, but one has to be committed to hiding in them for them to work...
Tim, we are not sure that hiding place is going to work. Besides how could a kitty hide a flashy box. But it could happen. Our Calico is very sweet too. All the Torties are. Take care.
Never trust a cat....or a goat
Oh noes!! Cover your little ears, kitties! Mum is using naughty bleeped out words! LOL!! take carex
Ha! Did you try looking in the litter box?
Is it in the rubbish bin?Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx
Where is Thin?
Tim!?!?! Where are you, buddy!?!? TIM?!?!?Play bows,Zim
Ditto Brian! HAHAHAHAHA!!!
I wish somebody would hide ours!
Woah... I never thought of hiding it! What a great idea!!
After taking the darned thing to the vet with us, I am gonna lug it to he human litterbox.
Sounds alike a cat-tastrophy! No good came from a Thursday! Lee and Phod
hahaha Tim very smart of you to hide moms get very scary when mad!!!
Have you tried looking in the litter box??? If I had a litter box, that's where I'd try and hide my Mom's beast!:o)
Wow - Tim is really good with hiding. Most of our kitties never seem to want to go under blankets. We have only one who loves to do it winter AND summer time.Pet lovers please check out my homeless cat blog archives for some informative posts and stories about the cat abandoned/feral colony I manage.http://homelesscatcare.blogspot.com/
This doesn't sound good...WDA advice: everybody stick together and look innocent...no ratting each other out!
Oh no, better watch out kitties, she's going to be testing your paws for flashy box trace evidence!
maybe he is hiding because he doesn't want to confess.
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