That poor cat. And yes, sometimes life does feel a little that way.
Yes it certainly does.I can understand the collar if the cat needs to be stopped from licking a wound or similar but the PJs!!!
the sick person who put them in the pjs gets to wash them. Small punishment for the crime.
A little justice for the poor cat after all. Well thought out.
Oh that poor kitty, whatever did he do to deserve that?
I thought that as well. The collar OK if needed to protect a wound or similar. Some people carry it too far trying to make animals appear human.
Hari OMOMCness - was I supposed to splurt out loud at the cat's pyjamas and the cone of shame??? &*> YAM xx
I have never liked it when people try to make animals appear to be human but the collar I allow if for medical purposes. I just had to show what some folk will do for a laugh. Not good. xx
Reminds me of the time my sister and I dressed up one of the barn cats in doll clothes...actually...Smoky seemed to be enjoying it.
Thinking back I now remember mum telling me we had a cat on the farm (I left there when nearly six) which I used to dress up and pop a bib on it and sit in the high chair. Some cats do love attention, others not so much.