No ambition left for crocheting cat legs

Nathanael's picture

I started this crocheted cat a few weeks ago. I just don't have it in me to finish his legs. My partner got tired of seeing a leg-less cat, and made the talking bubble. Even after that, I prefer the sign over crocheting fussy legs.

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teejtc's picture

Maybe you should get your

Maybe you should get your little kitty one of these:
http://www.k-9cart.com/index.php

:-)

Grace and Peace,
`tim

PeterMark's picture

Maybe Kyle can organize

Maybe Kyle can organize another project where we each knit the cat a leg or two, and we can turn him into some kind of centipede.

Nathanael's picture

I don't think I'm quite to

I don't think I'm quite to that level of desperation yet! A centipede-legged cat is certainly an interesting thought!

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Poor, poor kitty. Won't you

Poor, poor kitty. Won't you relent, kind sir, and remedy his woeful plight? -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

BuduR's picture

I so want to put another

I so want to put another sign next to it that says "I know, and they were delicious"
MWK's Token Estrogen-American

PeterMark's picture

He looks like the "I've

He looks like the "I've fallen and I can't get up" kitty.

purlyman's picture

Yeah, I'd say go with one of

Yeah, I'd say go with one of those little carts. http://www.dogkarts.com/.

WillyG's picture

Love it! We have a

Love it! We have a three-legged cat!--"we" being my landlady and I, but still...I agree. I love the sign and the lack of legs. Any solution is better than crocheting him legs.

rc_in_sd's picture

Perhaps someone into

Perhaps someone into wood-working would be up to making kitty crutches? Or a kitty cart?