Product: Office Supplies: Sticky Tape
Cat Pannier   (+3)  [vote for, against]
Put 'em to work

Cats are essentially too lazy. They should earn their keep.

The cat pannier is a sling of material that rests over the cat's back. Pockets adorn each flank, enabling your cat to carry things.

On command*, your cat with cat pannier can bring your remote control to your chair, pop out to fetch a four-pack of lager, or bring the sticky-tape so that you can wrap a gift for a loved one.

Don't let them get away with doing *nothing*. Put them to work - cat pannier is just the trick.

*Don't worry, I do realise that it's foolish to attempt to command a cat to do anything, but one can dream can't one? Happy New Year.
-- jonthegeologist, Dec 31 2005

I suppose all those who got Buckaroo this Christmas will have something to do with part of the game, now.
-- Dub, Dec 31 2005

The best way to get a cat to come when called, is to have a length of string tied around one of its legs and drag it to you.
-- fridge duck, Dec 31 2005

Noted the category. Is your cat going to become a gift for a loved one?
-- lurch, Dec 31 2005

Roy could have had a first aid kit RIght There.
-- 2 fries shy of a happy meal, Jan 01 2006

Vegetable Biryani £7.25 Vegetable Garlic £5.75 Balti Vegetable £6.25 Vegetable Side Dishes Sag Panier £2.95 Aloo Gobi or Aloo Peas £2.95 Aloo Saag £2.95 Cat Panier £1.59
-- Dub, Jan 01 2006

Hope [The Cat] doesn't see this one.
-- zeno, Jan 01 2006

She's too busy fetching the newspapers.
-- DrCurry, Jan 01 2006

//Hope [The Cat] doesn't see this one//

<pisses on panniers>
-- The Kat, Jan 01 2006

Read this as "cat peltier"... if you butter one side of a peltier bridge, and tape it to the back of a cat, what happens?
-- roleohibachi, Jan 02 2006

... she's on holiday, but not sure I see the problem.
-- jonthegeologist, Jan 02 2006

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