The Discovery of Kleenex Tissue & A Birthday Wish
HIYA!! SAVANNAH HERE!!!
This is a special day. You see it is Mom L’s birthday TODAY! I helped her prepare this post before her ouchie surgery back on December 11.
She wanted something fun, funny and happy to motivate my readers to chuckle, smile and enjoy. I tapped my claw on the desk for about 2 nanoseconds before I came up with the following about none other than The Kid Sage.
She is usually good for a laugh…na’mean?
The photos are certainly NOT top quality as this all happened one morning while we were all hanging out in my master bedroom, watching the news and what not. TKS likes to explore the humans’ nightstands. She has been doing this for a year now.
Suddenly, she took notice of something on Mom L’s nightstand. It has always been there,but this time, unfortunately, TKS decided it required further inspection and sampling.
And then the analysis, sampling and discovery began.
Now testing for texture and durability.
Testing one was not enough.
The discovery continued. She found she needed more than her mouth to get her test samples where she wanted them for closer inspection.
It was unbelievable she paid absolutely no attention to Mom L’s attempts to distract her. Mom L moved the box to a lower level closer to her. TKS did not let it slow her down.
The shredding and ripping continued.
She finally reached her objective. The sample was placed just where she wanted. Her inspection and analysis of the tissue was about to swing into full action.
At this point…Mom L said “enough”!. And The Kid Sage was disappointed for about 2 -3 nanoseconds until Dad P caught her attention with her favorite wand toy…a wand, with black string and nothing attached to it. So much for all those feathery attachments.
Should any of you be wondering; this discovery continues to catch her attention. Now, she never passes up a tissue box without trying out the tissue. We fear the end result if she ever discovers the toilet paper rolls….*shudder; rolls eyes*
Paw Pats, Savannah
Head Bonks, The Kid Sage
For Our Mom Linda