My dad loves to fit pieces of pictures together. "Why would you do that?" I ask. "Why would you cut a perfectly good picture up in 1,000 pieces and then try to put it back together again?" Now, the worst part of all is once he gets it all the way together, then he pulls it apart again!! Seems a waste of sleep time to me, but we try and help for it is a big job.
Can I help you?
Let me get up here so I can see better.
This is a waste of time. Think I will take a nap.
The next day Mittens tries her paw at helping....
I bet I can find some pieces for you. Let me see.....
What a wonderful series of pictures: Daddy's litter helper indeed!
We know what you mean about puzzles & stuff the people get fixated on. Mom does those no-brainer word searches and our dad does crosswords and those crazy 9 x 9 number squares. We think napping is the best hobby.
My mom does stuff like that with fabric, although she doesn't take it apart when she's done (usually). It's good to help our moms and dads with these things as long as you don't eat any of the pieces!
Do you ever wonder if our people have too much time on their hands?
I would like a try at taking that apart, I'm good at that sort of thing.
Trixie likes to eat puzzle pieces. I hope you don't mind we put a linky to you on our blog.
You calico's sure are good helpers. I bet your mommy and poppy appreciate it very much.
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Our Mom likes to do those crazy things too. We used to help by chewing on the pieces, that may be why she doesn't bring any home now.
I'd suggest pouncing the pictures off of the table.
How nice of you to help your Dad. We'd never allow something like that in our house, since we'd be duty bound to see that a few pieces mysteriously disappeared!
I love to put my paw to puzzle pieces. They slide so well. Who needs thumbs?
My Daddy used to play pick up sticks. We loved to play that wiff him. He doesn't play no more either. I wonder why??
You are such a good helper!
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That's so nice to ask him if he needs help. My Ep always liked to help me to read the newspaper. Such good helpers!
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