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photoblog image Hello April

Hello April

After hip surgery there was paraphenalia for sale

offering many options for greater ease in bending or extending. 

My dual cat/dog petting extention worked a treat. 

I have had it since the 80's and have used it for many things,

this petting extension being the most fun for sure.

 

No pets were harmed during the making......

 

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Hello April

After hip surgery there was paraphenalia for sale

offering many options for greater ease in bending or extending. 

My dual cat/dog petting extention worked a treat. 

I have had it since the 80's and have used it for many things,

this petting extension being the most fun for sure.

 

No pets were harmed during the making......

 

photoblog image 20150203 010.jpg

 

 

comments (14)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 1 Apr 2020, 03:12
Next you will be claiming to enjoy using that antique Zimmer Frame you picked up in the Op Shop! smile

No malice in that cat smile...
Care MacADNski: Happy April First
Le chat essaie de paraître féroce, il a réussi.
Care MacADNski: It was a big yawn but looks different. Alma
  • Chris
  • England
  • 1 Apr 2020, 06:25
They look as if they're imploring the heavens..
Care MacADNski: I have used it for lots of things. Now that's a new idea. I will try imploring the heavens.
Oh, WOW, Care. Well done in both images!!
Care MacADNski: Happy April First.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 1 Apr 2020, 07:05
The cat certainly seems to be pleased that the hip surgery has gone well. Glad to hear that you can cope without needing such "helping hands" as seen here.
Care MacADNski: The cats actually love being petted with this. It has resided in their toy box for about a year. This is an old photo.
  • Astrid
  • Nederland
  • 1 Apr 2020, 07:42
The cat does not need to see the dentist yet, Care. As for the hands I love them. Reminds me of a joke I once pulled off at the school for windowdressing. I got one of the hands of a mannequin and hold it down in my sleeve and I was pointing with that thing while explaining things... some thought it was "real"...
Care MacADNski: I had one of those fake arm/hand but my daughter took it. We used it at Halloween quite often.

This was originally to hold a TV remote but has lived in the cat's toybox because they love getting petted with it.

I have a lovely white ceramic hand too. They are great for displaying jewelry.
Ange came back with some "handy" devices after her hip op.
Care MacADNski: I gave my son my credit card and he got lots of things I did not use. He bought a sock aid and I never wear socks.... Oh well. He meant well.
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 1 Apr 2020, 09:20
I thought you were advocating the wearing of latex gloves at first.
Care MacADNski: I'm retired now!
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 1 Apr 2020, 09:54
The petting extension will keep your hands clean - never heard (let alone, saw) of such a thing. It makes for a great artsy picture.

The cat got a fright after seeing itself in your lens grin
Care MacADNski: The original use was a holder for a remote control. I have used it as a child toy, a jewelry display, a flower display, and a cat petter. The cats love it.

The second photo is Alma yawning but it looks like she is frightened.
Happy April first, Louis.
Strangely enough there was a serious programme on TV last night about the hand modelling business and how much people get paid for their hands to be used in adverts in one way or another, enough for some people to make a good living.
Care MacADNski: A model was probably used for this.
I'm sure that's the reaction you'd get, Care! smile
Care MacADNski: The cats love it actually.
It looks as though puss was not exactly entranced by the idea!
Care MacADNski: Just a joke for April Fools, Tom. Alma is actually yawning.
  • sherri
  • Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
  • 1 Apr 2020, 22:42
very strange : - )
Care MacADNski: Have to keep smiling through this.
I LOVE both of these images... brilliant photography!
I bet you were intrigued by the assisting props available!
A very nice song!

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