No ambition left for crocheting cat legs

Nathanael's picture

I started this crocheted cat a few weeks ago. I just don't have it in me to finish his legs. My partner got tired of seeing a leg-less cat, and made the talking bubble. Even after that, I prefer the sign over crocheting fussy legs.


rc_in_sd's picture

Perhaps someone into wood-working would be up to making kitty crutches? Or a kitty cart?

WillyG's picture

Love it! We have a three-legged cat!--"we" being my landlady and I, but still...I agree. I love the sign and the lack of legs. Any solution is better than crocheting him legs.

purlyman's picture

Yeah, I'd say go with one of those little carts.


PeterMark's picture

He looks like the "I've fallen and I can't get up" kitty.

BuduR's picture

I so want to put another sign next to it that says "I know, and they were delicious"
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Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Poor, poor kitty. Won't you relent, kind sir, and remedy his woeful plight? -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

PeterMark's picture

Maybe Kyle can organize another project where we each knit the cat a leg or two, and we can turn him into some kind of centipede.

Nathanael's picture

I don't think I'm quite to that level of desperation yet! A centipede-legged cat is certainly an interesting thought!

teejtc's picture

Maybe you should get your little kitty one of these:


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