the cats have something to say...
Tee! Hee! lets hope your Mommy does not start to feeds yous pumpkin!KissesNellie
Is Wilbur related to Mr. Puddy? :)
Your blog is wonderful! I'm so happy that you stopped by and visited mine!
My old bro Eddie was like that when he was a baby! Tuna was the culprit. He grew out of it, though.
Well, considering your coloring and all, we think there might be a skunk somewhere in your generational line!
Bwahahaha!!! Too Funny! Gracie, Benjamin Bunny, and I (the cast of www.felinefunnies.com) love this post! Thanks for brightening our day.
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MOL... but I've never do it on mom's lap, I guess you try to tell me....MUST TRY ! ....Ha..Ha..Ha
that is too darned funny!
Kitten food tends to make them gassy. They usually grow out of it, but you can try switching food brands to see if that helps! (I'm assuming he had full vet check and was checked for parasites at the rescue, right?)
Oh Wilbur! Such a naughty boy, but the drawing and poem made me LOL! I stop by every day to hope to see a new post from you all.
My talents lay more in horking up furballs and such, but I confess I have never actually barfed right ON the Human. It might me something to shoot for in the future though.
MOL, Samson was like that for a while. He's stopped now. Mommy's given him two deworming treatments, I wonder whether that's what stopped the gas. Has Wilbur been dewormed? Just a thought. Purrrrrrrrrrrrrrs.
hehehe!!!I always blame Gloman.; ) Katie
Simplemente genial ,felicitacioneS por este blog ilustrado que dice tanto de esos gatos.sALUDOS.
HA! Don't worry, it will pass!
hum... hold that breath.. .. it is always wonderful visiting you. Love Darcy, Bingley and Helen xxx
I love your blog! It's fantastic! I have nominated you for a Liebster Award! You can go to my page at http://midstridemoxie.blogspot.com/ to learn how to accept it. I think you're great and look forward to more in the future! Love, Lina