Calling All Cat Owners; A Damn Good Excuse to Binge on Pringles :)

I have a couple of empty Pringles tubes laying along the skirting boards in my lounge, to catch the mice and shrews that SassyCat brings indoors. They run into the tube to hide from the evil jaws of certain death (totally perplexing the cat into the bargain!) letting me just scoop up whichever tube she’s interested in, carrying said critter outside to freedom.

If you get brought regular presents by your feline friend, take this opportunity to indulge in a giant Pringles binge.

The lids are also jolly effective at keeping the flies off open tins of cat meat.

How’s that for a binge excuse?! You’re welcome :)


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A Field-to-Fork food blogger based on a small farm in Cornwall, UK.
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2 Responses to Calling All Cat Owners; A Damn Good Excuse to Binge on Pringles :)

  1. Nikki says:

    Love the tips! We lock the cat out of the kitchen at night now as he used to bring pressies for us and the said pressies would escape under the kitchen cupboards. One evening whilst sitting in the kitchen, one of the pressies scuttled over the kitchen floor- I jumped out of my skin . Another time he brought in a bird and had a lovely fight with him- we came down to blood and feathers every where. Hence he no longer has access to the kitchen at night!!! Love the Pringles tips !

    • HedgeComber says:

      Hey Nikki! Nightmare! I get furries delivered to under my desk, so they end up living in my front room until I catch them! Amazingly, I still think she’s worth it :o)

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