Instead of "breading" the cat, we prefer "Abe-ing" the cat. It's far more dignified.


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DISCLAIMER: We think breading isn't a very nice thing to do to a cat. However, "Abe-ing" Dee Dee for this photo was something she thoroughly enjoyed. She sat and watched me make the hat while Hubby narrated to her what I was doing. She was quite excited to get all the attention. I cut out spaces in the brim of the hat for her ears, so she was unfazed once we set the hat on her head for a quick photo shoot with the iPhone. She's such a diva that she loved being cooed over.
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6 comments:

  1. OK, that's just mean,lol....poor kitty.

    I can be they get their people back in the middle of the night....lol.

    Jen

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  2. I completely agree, Jen--breading is just plain mean. "Abe-ing" Dee Dee, however, was something she thoroughly enjoyed. She sat and watched me make the hat and was quite excited to get all the attention once we set it on her head for a quick photo shoot with the iPhone. She's such a diva that she loves being cooed over.

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  3. Why would ANYone want to bread a cat?!

    What state of inebriation was the dough-brain in who thought of it in the first place?! (pun intended)

    What degree of crazy are the people who also thought it was a good idea?!

    Wow.

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  4. Carolynn--I am convinced that some thoroughly inebriated frat boys came up with the stupid idea of breading a cat. There's no other explanation for the origins of the stupid trend otherwise.

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  5. I saw this for the first time on my iPhone, hence the redundant question about the bread. DeeDee looks very regal in her Abe hat.

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  6. Dee Dee is such a cutie. Somehow I don't think my kitties would be okay with wearing a hat :)

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