The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
I thought only mice liked cheese!
And Mimi too, LB!
Well, give her some, Jams. :)
Being what she had seconds later James!
My dog before last did too. But sadly he had to forgo it when he got kidney disease in the last years of his life. Too much protein!
I don't think I would argue with her! Quick, feed her...
She looks very determined!
I'm sorry to ehar that jmb. Ellee. Cherie, she got her cheese very soon after!
Ouch! She sounds shrill!! What a neat photo!
Hahaha ! she looks like my Lisa ! but Lisa ALWAYS looks like that for anything eatable !
Andree she sure has a set of lungs on her but it's more a squawk than a meow!Mimi is very much like that for eatables too Gattina!
Mimi looks like a cat who knows how to get what she wants!
Jams Is it cheese or dairy products.
That's very true Welshcakes!It's mainly chesse that sends her mad Beakerkin
With that face, who would dare deny her!
Mimi obviously knows how to get her demands met.As someone whose first acquaintance with cats was at dairy farms, I am somewhat disturbed to find that none of the local cats like milk, or anything made from milk.It does mean that my muenster and crackers go unmolested.
We rarely do Steve! She can get quite franticThat's odd they don't like dairy products. We don't give the furry foursome milk very often, in fact seem to take it or leave it but they all love cheese
She should try out to bump Chester Cheetah and become the new face of Cheetos. All the cheesy cheese cheesiness she can eat!
I bet she would squawk for those too. Sadly we don't have chseter here. Mimi Cheeto sounds fine to em though!
We never met a cat that liked cheese before. That sure is different!
She loves it!
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