Box Treatury

I know its very tempting to get into any box you can find....its just not always such a good idea however.

Step one:
Please make sure the box is secure on a solid object such as the floor or a table. This box was
resting precariously on a bag filled with papers.

Step two:
Always test with a paw to see if it will support your weight. Sadly I just jumped right on in to this mess.

Step three:
Should your box still not be stable after your careful planning, remain calm and do not thrash about. I thrashed.

Step four:
Make sure there are no flashy boxes around. Obviously, I was unaware of the trickery used
to take my picture.


The Meezers said...


Kim and Oscar the Puppy Cat said...

I didn't see anything about which you just talked. What box? What pictures? (Oscar slowly builds up to a full out rolling belly laugh). There is nothing to be ashamed of, really. MOL!

Daisy said...

Oh, Latte, I see you had a little box mishap. I hope you didn't get too scairt. Thanks for the lesson. I don't usually test the boxes before I jump in either!

Junior said...

I think you were set up! I am glad you weren't hurt!

Marie the Defender said...

MOL!! Those are very sage advice, I will remember them every time I approach and think about getting into a box (which is often)

Zoey and the furballs (the Zoo Crew) said...

It was a trap!

Jake and Bathsheba said...

That was a cruel trick by your Meowmy!


Tara said...

I hope you were alright Latte! I'll take your tips to heart!


caricature said...

it was definitely a set-up! a clever contraption. sound tips :)

Kelly Cat said...

Poor Latte... don't you just hate your human's idea of a joke? Ha. Ha. :p

Well, two can play that game, right, mate? Immediate revenge should not be your goal.

(Eventual revenge should.)

Hee Hee, Latte's human will never know what hit her...