Best. Cat toy. Ever.

All it takes to entertain Miss Mia Sopaipilla is a pile of wrapping paper the size of a former Amazonian rain forest. Thanks, Mayflower!

All it takes to entertain Miss Mia Sopaipilla is a pile of wrapping paper the size of a former Amazonian rain forest. Thanks, Mayflower!

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22 Responses to “Best. Cat toy. Ever.”

  1. khal spencer Says:

    And of course the packing boxes.

  2. Larry T. Says:

    Like a kid, plays with the box the toy came in more than the toy itself?

  3. Russ Says:

    Isn’t that recycling?

  4. Pat O'Brien Says:

    Gee, I wonder what you are doing today? Hope all goes smooth.

  5. Larry T. Says:

    For me the only thing worse than moving in is moving out! I’m currently grabbing stuff from our Northern Italian HQ to drag down to Rome early next week. The upside is I will finally have some different clothes to wear AND bikes to ride!!!!
    Maynard Hershon arrives tomorrow and I hope to talk him into doing the 75 km ride at l’Eroica instead of the longer one so we don’t have to get up at O dark:30 AM to start. Some of these kooks start in the dark for Pietro’s sake!!!! I’m too old for that crap!

  6. Sharon Says:

    Too cute!

  7. karen young Says:

    hahahah, hilarious! I cannot stop laughing- you captured that look in her eye perfectly, as she waits to jump/pounce again!

  8. bromasi Says:

    “Maynard Hershon” I didn’t know he was still around, brings back Competive Cycling days.

  9. Libby Says:

    The elusive Mia makes an appearance! Perfect!

  10. LunaGroper Says:

    Miss Mia! Blue Rooskies are truly beautiful felines.

  11. Jon Paulos Says:

    Jump on him Mia! Make him roll in the paper with you! Such a cute kitty.

  12. Debby, north of Crestone Says:

    They do love paper and boxes! Cute photo.

    I hope the unpacking is going well.

  13. Larry T. Says:

    Part 1 of l’Eroica 2015 is here

  14. Pat O'Brien Says:

    Interest post Larry. That Bianchi turned out nice. I am the same way as Maynard when it comes to helmets. It is hard for me not to wear one after watching my brother split a brand new Bell Star when he crashed at a mile flat track race in Heidelburg, PA back in the late 60s. By the way, I think my brother may have met Maynard. He told me the name sounded real familiar. His name is Bill O’Brien, expert number 63P and 99, and he raced with Bart Markel, and all the others like Neil Keen, on short and flat tracks during the 60 and early 70’s.

    • Larry T. Says:

      Maynard’s a great guy. Funny thing about the helmet/safety issue – Maynard was aghast at the close encounters of the automotive kind on the roads as we drove around Tuscany in our rental van. My wife pointed out that traffic deaths per capita in Italy are well below the US of A despite what it might look like to the newbie. Hershon was a little skittish on the bike on these roads too at first, but based on email messages since we left him in Tuscany post-Eroica, he’s getting the hang of it…and starting to really enjoy it. And it seems even the BikeSnobNYC has a great time, though we never saw him amongst the 4000 or so participants.

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