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    Pizza Hut

    Krislady
    Sun Feb 24, 2013 8:08 am
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    So after yesterday's Class From H-E-Double Hockey Sticks, we were just as beat as Jar, so we decided to order a pizza.

    Have you seen those commercial for the Pizza Hut "sliders"? The little mini pizzas - nine of them for $10? Don't they look cute?

    Yeah, don't bother. They were TERRIBLE. But we didn't have to cook them, and they came to our doorstep, so there was that going for it.

    So anyway, since we didn't eat them all (there ARE only the two of us, after all!), we thought maybe we'd reheat a couple and slap a poached egg on top of them for breakfast. After all, it could only be an improvement. icon_rolleyes.gif

    HOWEVER. (Moral of the story coming up--->)

    Never leave lousy pizza, even in a closed-up box, where a piggy kitty (who is NOT hungry) can get to it. Seriously, after a bout of knocking the top off the butter dish and eating most of the butter last week, THIS TIME she got INTO the CLOSED pizza box and ate the meat and cheese off the tops of all of leftover the pizzas, leaving these sad, naked little crusts there. icon_rolleyes.gif

    Good thing Jar likes pizza crusts - he's got himself a pile of treats now!

    But seriously - that CAT. icon_evil.gif
    Saralaya
    Sun Feb 24, 2013 9:10 am
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    rotfl.gif rotfl.gif Oh Kris.... it sounds like The Cat has gotten over her fear of Jar.... and yes, never, ever, leave anything that a kitty might even be vaguely interested in where she can see, smell or hear it! icon_eek.gif Cats can open or get through most boxes and bags (as you now know)... didn't know she'd gotten to the butter too. I found out that a cat who WANTS to eat something WILL find a way. When Stella had not been with us very long we had to go away for a couple of days. I left a SEALED bag of dry cat food on the kitchen table, in case the cat sitter needed to replenish the food in the plastic container I keep about a weeks worth in. We came home and.... where is the bag of food??? Looked all around and then sat down at the kitchen table to try to figure out what might have happened and..... UNDER the table...pushed underneath a shelf next to the table....was... the bag... which had been ripped into. Apparently little Miss Stella had helped herself to the food. That was a mess to clean up! A couple of weeks later I came home and went into the bathroom ... and found... a package of cookies...on the floor...ripped up! Guess who had cookie crumbs on her fur? Not Miss Shadow... nope....so one of Stella's nicknames is "Cookie Kitty". All potential cat consumables are now stored in places she cannot get to!

    At least The Cat left the crusts for Jar.... I think that's progress...she left some goodies for him too!
    Connie Lea
    Sun Feb 24, 2013 9:15 am
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    Jar gave the cat a hug for getting pizza crusts for him - well maybe not. Our dogs love pizza crust.
    K9 Owned
    Sun Feb 24, 2013 10:33 am
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    Thanks for the tip on the mini pizzas. I'll pass based on your comments icon_smile.gif

    Frankly it didn't sound like a fantastic breakfast anyway for anyone other than Minerva. icon_lol.gif
    Krislady
    Sun Feb 24, 2013 5:59 pm
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    Jar LOVES his pizza crust treats! We always save some from Pizza Night for him. icon_smile.gif

    We have always had a problem with Kitty and butter in the summer. When the butter gets really soft in the butter dish, I've caught her licking the edges of the dish. . . so once the weather gets warm, we mix the butter with a bit of good olive oil to keep it spreadable, and it stays in the fridge.

    But I'd never have expected her to figure out how to open the pizza box! Sheesh. We just can't have anything. icon_wink.gif
    Saralaya
    Sun Feb 24, 2013 6:03 pm
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    Krislady wrote:
    Jar LOVES his pizza crust treats! We always save some from Pizza Night for him. icon_smile.gif

    We have always had a problem with Kitty and butter in the summer. When the butter gets really soft in the butter dish, I've caught her licking the edges of the dish. . . so once the weather gets warm, we mix the butter with a bit of good olive oil to keep it spreadable, and it stays in the fridge.

    But I'd never have expected her to figure out how to open the pizza box! Sheesh. We just can't have anything. icon_wink.gif




    If they had thumbs and could use a can opener nothing at all would be safe! rotfl.gif
    jneen
    Mon Feb 25, 2013 1:50 pm
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    I had a big ol fat cat years ago that would sit on a donut box until the top caved in and then fish a donut out with his claws. No box of donuts was safe with him around.
    Pot Scrubber
    Mon Feb 25, 2013 8:39 pm
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    Krislady wrote:
    Jar LOVES his pizza crust treats! We always save some from Pizza Night for him. icon_smile.gif

    Yep. My dogs have an uncanny nose for left over pizza crust.

    My dogs are spooky observant. They even know pizza crust is coming before it is delivered.

    Well...they aren't smart enough to know it is pizza crust but they know that when I start fussing with old coupon junk mail and make a phone call food is soon to follow. They aren't sure what the good news is but they KNOW something food related wonderful is about to happen.

    They start whimpering and shivering and when the door bell FINALLY chimes 30 minutes later they go NUTS. They know food has arrived.

    They don't love me. I'm just a source of pizza crust. icon_twisted.gif
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