1.5 Days

By , December 6, 2017 7:21 am

That’s how long we had the new tree skirt out before Data barfed on it.


Data is not an everyday barfer year round, just in December when he can’t stop chewing on Judy. Sigh.

Judy is the name of the garland

Why does he have to barf on carpet, or a rug, or other soft surface?! WHY?!?! THERE ARE SO MANY OTHER HARD SURFACES IN THE HOUSE THAT WOULD BE EASIER TO CLEAN.

I love our kitties.

Maybe we should leave the skirt off until Steven’s family arrives on the 22nd.

Khali looked so sad it was gone though, so I put her bed there. Aww.

19 Responses to “1.5 Days”

  1. Shelley B says:

    I like that you named your garland Judy. 🙂

    Have you seen the cool galvanized metal “collars” for Christmas trees? Crate and Barrel has expensive ones, but I saw one at Target, too. Just an option, since Data seems determined to barf on all the tree skirts. And yes, why do they pick carpet/upholstered furniture/tree skirts to throw up on?? I swear I’ve witness my animals run OFF the tile floor to the carpet to puke.

    • kilax says:

      Thanks! It really makes me and Steven laugh!

      I have! My coworker got one and I think it’s gorgeous! I just wonder how easy it is to water the tree around them. Definitely something to look in to.

      RIGHT?! ALL ANIMALS DO IT!!! GRRRRRRRRRRRRR. Is something soft more comforting to barf on?!

  2. Troy says:

    There goes Data again, ruining it for everyone.

  3. HAHAHAHAHA omg Judy Garland. Stop. That’s too hilarious. I was like, “What on earth is Judy?” until I saw your caption and man – too funny. I love it. I don’t know if this is anything that exists, but is it possible to put something on Judy that would make it (her?) less appealing to eat? I know there are sprays and such that you can put on real plants to keep your animals from eating them, but I don’t know if it works on fake stuff (I’m assuming your garland is fake…?).

    • kilax says:

      I am glad you find it amusing too!!!!!

      You know, we used to have a spray to put on the real plants that tasted like sour apple. I SHOULD try that. Because cleaning up barf every morning is getting SO old. Thanks for the suggestion 🙂

  4. Erin says:

    I love that you named the garland “Judy”. That’s amazing. I don’t love that Data (and seemingly all pets) enjoy puking on fabric or carpets! Chewie puked on our bed in the middle of the night last month and I was like, “really??”

    • kilax says:

      Thanks 🙂 🙂 🙂

      Ugh. What is puking on soft surfaces even about?! Man, in the middle of the night? What a pain to deal with!

  5. Amy says:

    Hahahahahaha!!! (And I’m not laughing at Data puking, btw)

  6. Karen says:

    My Junior is a year round barfer and he never seems to barf on the floor that is easy to clean…always on the table and it runs down the side, or the carpet and it gets yuck…it is crazy some days!

    • kilax says:

      Oh man, I hadn’t even thought of how horrible running all over something would be. GAH.

      That reminds me, a few weeks ago, Khali barfed in a narrow space between a step and a window and it ran all down the step like you were saying. It was difficult to clean out that narrow space!

  7. Mica says:

    I was worried Data was sick, so I’m glad that he’s just…eating Judy Garland. But c’mon, Data, that’s no fun! I wonder if he’s going to barf on Khali’s bed now….

  8. Chaitali says:

    1.5 days is not very long 🙁 I don’t know why cats do that, mine seem to do that too. It’s such a pain.

  9. Maggie says:

    Olive pukes on hard surfaces (usually) … but pees and poops on soft ones. Luckily she hasn’t done a protest pee/poop in awhile … knock on wood. Not sure what changed. Maybe she’s getting senile.

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