According to the Hershey’s Chocolate Bar commercial, this is a “pip”:
But every time I see that commercial, all I can think is, That’s not a pip! This is a Pip:
My new little Pippa really is a pip, too! :smiley33
Being young & new to indoor living, she’s curious about everything. There’s nowhere she won’t go & nothing she won’t investigate. She’s been in the dryer, in the washer, in the attic… It’s a miracle she hasn’t gotten lost or stuck yet. :smiley7
She also follows me like a shadow. I’ve started shuffling around the house instead of walking, because if I ever lift my foot to take a step, it’s almost guaranteed I’ll put it down on her poor little tail. :smiley16 And if I’m standing somewhere doing something, she is inevitably sitting right beside or behind me the minute I move. All without making a peep. I swear, she’s the quietest cat I’ve ever met!
And she eats like a kitteh three times her size! :smiley26 In addition to her own food, any time she sees or smells something I’m eating that catches her interest, she devours it. I’m pretty sure she ate more turkey at Christmas than I did…more pork for New Year’s than I did. And any time I get out something special (chicken, roast beef, canned food) for all of The Kittehs, she inevitably eats three bowls full while the others only eat one. Yeeps! I’d probably be worried, except that she’s been to the veterinarian & cleared medically; the doctor said she just has a healthy thyroid, which I guess I should be grateful for. :smiley28
So if you’re ever eating a Hershey bar, don’t think of those little squares of chocolate as pips…think of the newest addition to the Betts Brood, who’s keeping me on my toes 24/7! :smiley22
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