That Guilty Look

Tonight we had organic chile and beans. Took me all day to slow cook em, but man were they were delicious.

So after eating we go into the kitchen to clean up and guess who’s sitting in the sink with that innocent look on his face. Don’t tell me my cat like chile beans?

Earlier I had filled the pan with water to soak it so it would be easier to clean. Winston must have of got curious and started drinking from it. I hope it doesn’t permanently stain his fur. What am I gonna do with this cat?

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  1. kerri says:

    Oh goodness, I love this kitty.

    [I need to come visit so I can meet this silly guy ;). And that other silly guy named Steve. :P]

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