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Last Rites to Mr. Jingle Worm

post #1 of 24
Thread Starter 
Unknown to me, one of the new kittens dropped Mr. Jingle Worm down the sink and it slid down the garbage disposal. It is a cat toy that Mercedes delights in dropping in water, and she dropped it in my dishwater while I was making dinner tonight.

When I washed the few pans in the water, rinsed them off and let the water go down the disposal- Mr. Jingle Worm decided it was not his time to go and plugged up the sink.....

Water........water.......everywhere, and 35 minutes later Mike emerges from under the sink with a sodden Jingle Worm in his hand. Mr Jingle Worm is now fodder for the land fill-

Anybody want one of 6 available kittens?
post #2 of 24
UH oh, sounds like someone is in trouble!

RIP Mr. Jingle Worm
post #3 of 24
sorry about the laughing, Hissy. But that was just hilarious!!
Well minus the "water everywhere" part.
For that part I had a very serious face. Honest!
post #4 of 24
lol, good story..the name "Mr. Jingle Worm" is hilarious by itself
post #5 of 24
Porr Mr. Jingleworm! Sorry about the water!
post #6 of 24
Awww, poor Mr. Jingle Worm! My deepest sympathies to your kittens (and you!) during this difficult time!

And stop tempting me with those kittens! You KNOW that if there was someone on this board with all the time and money in the world, we'd take them ALL!
post #7 of 24
Mr. Jingle Worm lived a good life and was so adored by your house full of kitties, especially Mercedes! RIP little guy! Time to get more new fun toys!
post #8 of 24
Awwww... poor Mr. Jingle Worm.
post #9 of 24
Heh...poor Jingle Worm. Sounds like he was well enjoyed, which is as it should be. I would have given anything to see your dh's face when he came out from under the plumbing with it though
post #10 of 24
Thread Starter 
Thank you Pat for sending Mr. Jingle worm here originally. Know that he had a great life. He learned early how to fly through the air and land,with nary a bruise. He never sneezed when he had to meet the dustbunnies under the bed. He was a great scuba diver, going to great depths, first in the water bowl and then later, he enjoyed the water slide when the cats would put him in the water fountain and he would slide down the chute. But, I guess it was inevitable that he would die an early death, for he was such a daredevil. He used to encourage Mateuse to take him into the tunnels and throw him all the way through the tunnel so he could slide down the ramp into the cat enclosure. And he was a master of hiding, being found under the hay, on top of the cat condo or inside the cat bed. Next time I get a Mr. Jingle Worm, I hope he comes with life insurance.
post #11 of 24
too funny!
post #12 of 24
RIP Mr Jingleworm!
post #13 of 24
Hmm...perhaps someone should call CTCC (Cat Toy Care and Control). Cat toys seem to meet an untimely death under mysterious circumstances at your house. I seem to remember that there was the demise of Panic Mouse at the hands (paws) of Prowler. I believe that death was ruled "accidental". Now I wonder!

post #14 of 24

We have a toy like this, his name is bellie and he's a mouse, I fear he may meet a grusome end soon.
I feel you and your kitties pain.
post #15 of 24
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Originally Posted by hissy
Thank you Pat for sending Mr. Jingle worm here originally. Know that he had a great life. He learned early how to fly through the air and land,with nary a bruise. He never sneezed when he had to meet the dustbunnies under the bed. He was a great scuba diver, going to great depths, first in the water bowl and then later, he enjoyed the water slide when the cats would put him in the water fountain and he would slide down the chute. But, I guess it was inevitable that he would die an early death, for he was such a daredevil. He used to encourage Mateuse to take him into the tunnels and throw him all the way through the tunnel so he could slide down the ramp into the cat enclosure. And he was a master of hiding, being found under the hay, on top of the cat condo or inside the cat bed. Next time I get a Mr. Jingle Worm, I hope he comes with life insurance.
That was a lovely eulogy to Mr Jingle Worm. May he rest in peace.
post #16 of 24
Oh dear!! Poor old Mr Jingle Worm.
post #17 of 24
I hope that Mr. Jingle Worm will be laid to rest with the proper obsequies and ceremony.

Now, about those homicidal felines of yours...........
post #18 of 24
Thread Starter 
They probably match YOUR homicidal felines Cindy! We better watch it, soon they will gang up on us and take over the world!
post #19 of 24
Poor, Poor Mr. Jingle Worm!! RIP
post #20 of 24
Mercedes...I am so sorry for your loss.
RIP Mr Jingle Worm.
post #21 of 24
Poor Mr. Jingle worm your kittens are very hard on their toys!
post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by hissy
They probably match YOUR homicidal felines Cindy! We better watch it, soon they will gang up on us and take over the world!
What? They didn't already take over the world?
post #23 of 24
RIP Mr. Jingle Worm......
post #24 of 24
Aww... Poor mr. Jingleworm!!
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