Monday, December 22, 2008

Meezer Monday

Ellie here! Because it's Christmas time, I want to give you all a gift. I am going to share with you my special bunny kick techniques. I normally charge a small fee for demonstrating my expertise, but since it's the holidays, I'm donating my time. If you feel this information is valuable, please consider making a holiday donation to your local cat rescue organization. Tell them Ellie sent you. First you must take total control of the foot. See how I use my mouth and front paws in addition to my hind paws to establish my dominance?

Next, twist and turn to confuse the foot.

Don't be afraid to look directly at the foot while you bunny kick it.

Don't let distractions, like Ginger coming by for a kiss... keep you from your mission. Keep kicking no matter what.


Forever Foster said...

Thankyou, Ellie! We know where we have been failing now- we didn't know to twist and turn to confuse the foot. With your lesson, our bunny kicking will be greatly improved!:)

Angel MoMo and Charlotte said...

Thanks for the lesson. I shall report on the result after next time. Look out, SS!!!!

Cat with a Garden said...

Great lesson, Ellie! Confusing the enemy is very impawtant. Did you see my "Evil Twig Tutorial"? There I try to distract the evil twig too... Oh my, that foot needed bunny kicking!
Purrs, Siena

Everycat said...

Ellie, thank you for a great bunnykicking lesson! You are so skilled, it's frightening for human feet everywhere!

Whicky Wuudler

Parker said...

Nice work, I am glad that you shared those tips!

Jodi's Book Reviews said...

Wow what a good job. We love to unwrap presents too, mom just gets mad at us because what we unwrap isn't ours, hehe. It is very nice to meet you and your furr family Ellie. We hope you will stop by and see us sometime and maybe even say meow. Have a purrfect Monday.

Goldie, Shade and Banshee said...

That was very, very informative. Great technique. You have obviously put a lot of work into this.

We will have to try it out soon.

The PM went and donated to the shelter I came from last week. She brought in a pic of me to show the staff there how I am making out.

Purrs Banshee

The Creek Cats said...

You have such great technique Ellie! We could learn a lot from you!

We were wondering if Jonathan got any special meds or supplements to keep him healthy or if he was separated from the rest of the family? Our mom has read so many conflicting things about house FIV is actually transmitted. It is so nice to hear from those who know!

Gemini and Ichiro said...

An excellent lesson

Tybalt said...

Pawsome technique, Ellie! I'll have to give that a try tonight.

Anonymous said...

Nice technique Ellie! I will use that immediately!


MaoMao said...

That's a superduper lesson on bunnykickin, Ellie! You are an eckspert. I love to bunnykick, espeshully when Momma rubs my tum! Then aftur I bunnykick a little bit I grab hold of Momma's arm and kiss her hand.

Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

Mickey's Musings said...

Bravo!!! Excellent demonstration!!!!!
Thank you for sharing that. We are bound to be doing that over the holidays :)

Anonymous said...

Awww Miss Ellie, I loves how you included Ginger kissies! :)
You do a very good demonstration! I can see why you charge for your services! Move over Karate! Kickin bunnies with Ellie is here!! :))

I would take lessons I would! :)
PES: we try and donate to a different organisation each pay, or kitty friends that need help :)
Every little bit helps.

Quill and Greyson said...

I am usually kicked gently by same foot? What do you think I am doing wrong?

BTW I am officially adding you guys to my list, I love you.

The Island Cats said...

Thanks for that lesson, Ellie! I'm gonna go try it out on Wally right now!


Anonymous said...

Thank you, Ellie! Such great tips. I fort I was good at bunny kicks 'til I saw your tips - now I can see there is room for my improvement!

Angel MoMo and Charlotte said...

Please come and spend some time with the Aussie kitties in their sunny land over Christmas. I have listed the participating kitties in my Christmas Day post.

There is also a re-run of the CCSI II - The Santa Caper from last Christmas, dedicated to the actors including those who have since left for the Bridge at Please come and join the cast for a Christmas drink and nibbles.

Have a great Christmas!!