Returning from the Place of Insight, Bugs found that his tastebuds had become tired. Jaded. In need of fluffing-up.
Local-grown organic Baby BokChoy looked good in the market.
Finds it good.
Compliments to the chef.
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oh is this just too cute or what? Look at that meal you served Nad! What a well balanced plate! Starch, protein and veggie!! I would lick my bowl clean too! I never knew a cat would eat bok choy!!! I love this!
I’m giggling, over how your answer shows Bugs to be a true original. What a guy.
That looks delicious! If you put it in front of me (ok, maybe minus the kibble), I would eat it right up!
That kibble is pretty — potent stuff, isn’t it. Ergh.
Bugs, try strawberry tops! Delicious.
Hmmm. My local strawberry source got flooded out. Must try to find some somewhere and check this out. Kinda fibrous . . . . but you’d think I’d stop being surprised somewhere along the line here. Nuh-uh. Still surprised. Constantly.
It just lightens my heart when ever I see a picture anew of that dish, set with a cat photo picture for company. I love that soo much. It makes me want to give hugs.
I’m so glad to read this, 4Cats. Anything that truly sweetens life, I like.
Seriously dude, you ate BOK CHOY? Where’s the ham???
My candy-ass Bean doesn’t know the meaning of the word “ham.” She has things around the house like seaweed too, can you believe it? Actually seaweed is pretty good. Since I can’t get any fish around here, neither ham. It’s pretty lame.
Hey, Bugs! My human is one of those vegetable-eating weirdos. I do love the seaweed, too, though. Have you trained your Bean to rip off tiny bits of nori and drop them from the sky so you can bat at them and pounce on them and devour them? It took me quite a while to get mine trained. Make sure the pieces are small enough so they don’t get stuck to the roof of your mouth — that sucks. I also enjoy crunchy cruciferous veggies like the hard part of cabbage. Reminds me of the crunch of those wildebeest bones. Fun.
You are stone brilliant. I trained Bean immediately with the nori. Excellent. Unfortunately, though, as for the cruciferous veg, I will not permit Bean to enter the door carrying anything like broccoli. The air in here would not be fit to breathe otherwise. You know what I’m saying. No? I’ll spell it out. Pooting. Not good.
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