Saturday, 21 May 2011

Stran-veli was very polite in eating the muikku. Today we show you an alternative method which is not so nice. Tuomo-veli is more like a piranha in a feeding frenzy. We try not to come between him and his food as you can maybe understand. It's the wild look he has in his eyes.
And that sharp-toothed cavern that opens like a black hole.
And those claws can clearly disembowel effectively.
Now Rilli-ukko has a different style, but for a seventeen year old cat he is also pretty darn fast.
He actually stole the first one from the pot Äiti had them in. Then he just waited by her side with his mouth open.
And the fishy just slid straight down.

9 comments:

Simba said...

Those muikku look wonderfully delicious. Great ferocious techniques.

Katnip Lounge said...

OMC!! Rilli ate it WHOLE!!!???

Scouty is in awe. The most he can do is an entire packrat head in one go; and he still has to chew it a little. Which grosses Mommy out a 2 AM, the crunching is LOUD.

Tom, Tama-Chan, Sei-Chan and Bibi-Chan said...

Amazing action shots!!!

Mr Puddy said...

Mom said Tuomo's wild look is charming ! ( she is weird )

Me and my mom wanna give " Bravo " to Rilli !
We couldn't believe he is 17 years old , and can do fast speed...That's so cool !!!!

xoxo

Sparkle said...

Those muikku look awesome! My mouth has been watering for days.

Kari said...

Go, Rilli, go! Show 'em how real Cats eat. And a good job to you too, Tuomo!

After your post, yesterday, mum bought us stinky red salmon in a can. Not nearly as interesting as muikku nor as aesthetically pleasing but it was still a treat. Thanks everyone! Because you got a treat we got a treat. Lots of love your way.

Maggie May said...

Nom nom nom! Oh how I wish I was feasting on some of those fishies with you, Punapippuri!

XOXO
Maggie May

Ginger Jasper said...

Oh my it just looked like feeding a pelican with its mouth open lol. I have never triede a fish like that and perhaqps I should give it a go.. HUgs GJxx

OKcats said...

Tuomi and Rilli may have bad manners, but they do not have grumbly tummies!