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November 26, 2012


Cute Handicrafts to Make with Your Cat

(Thanks to Chuck Cody)


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I wonder how long it takes to extract the hair from the intestinal fluids and food remnants.

Wasn't this covered in '101 Uses For a Dead Cat'?

All I could think of were disgusting little chatchkies made out of hairballs and litter lumps. Maybe a statuette of Fidel or an ugly little pen & pencil set a la middle school shop class.

That sounds great! Oh wait, I thought they said "handcuffs" for your cat. Never mind.

Also available in libraries.


"I got the recipe out of book called 'A thousand and one things to do with cling peaches. Or a thousand and two if you eat the fookers!"

Alexei Sayle

Here kitty, kitty.

Nooooooooooo! My little cat Maggie is the sweetest thing you'll ever meet.

When our cat discovered Christmas tree tinsel was edible, she made "beads on a string" all by herself.

I wonder when they'll release more editions of this series, such as "Cute handicrafts to make out of, I mean with your annoying children", and "50 Adorable Patterns For Making Sexy Undergarments Out Of Backhair."

"The seven handicrafts of extremely cheap people."

No, Dave, not "Make with your cat", but rather "made from your cat". Big difference, huge.

Steve? Your story is further proof that cats never actually digest the tinsel. You eventually do get it back.

As Rocky and Bullwinkle would (never) end their show with:

Tune in tomorrow for _All that Glitters_, or _Like Sandbox Through the Hourglass_

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