Wednesday, February 18, 2015

PETS | Forcing the idea of Chinese New Year on our cats

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I know, how cute is our dear Kwittie Boy. But he's not happy at all that all these New Year's Eve paraphernalia are being shoved in his face. And apparently our three other cats share the same feeling. Well, it's Chinese New Year and I thought we could use all those old cardboard trumpets for fun. It's still a New Year celebration, right?

So what happens when you force this idea of Chinese New Year (even though we're not Chinese) on all four of our furry friends? Here's what...

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Kwittie Boy's look of utter disgust.

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Thordis couldn't reconcile this thingy's connection to Chinese New Year.

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Kwittie Boy bracing for annoying things to come.

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Clueless Foreman. Or not.

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Little Boy (yes, that's his name) sees a toy and he's bound to snatch it.

And when you're trying to coax them into blowing the trumpets to make some noise in welcoming the new year...

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Kwittie Boy's expression says it all.

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Thordis's deadpan refusal.

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Oh, Little Boy...

And of course the cardboard trumpets also serve as fun hats...

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Oh yes, Kwittie Boy, here we go.

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Tricking Thordis. She sure would protest.

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Foreman feeling defeated and deflated.

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That look!

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But we love you, Kwittie Boy.

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Oh well indeed.

Gong Xi Fa Cai! Kung Hei Fat Choi!

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