Wednesday, February 06, 2013

Luckily, he didn't have to sign for it

Wordless Wednesday...OK, a few words Wednesday.

I  was expecting my vet to send the medicine refill for my cat in the mail. I was not expecting the package to come ADDRESSED TO MY CAT, care of me.

In fact, I didn't even get any mail!


Mr. RK and I find it humorous, though, that both cats' "last names" are my last name, even though we have both taken them to the vet. (Mr. RK and I have different last names.)

Mr. RK says he has no comment, but he is going to go look for his pants.

17 comments:

Debra She Who Seeks said...

The next thing you know, Earl Grey will have a credit card. And be registered to vote.

wigsf3 said...

Is it legal to accept mail addressed to a cat?

Rock Chef said...

Better not let my dogs and rabbits know - they have never had mail!

OldLady Of The Hills said...

Many years ago, my cat MOONEY CARYL was offered a credit card....! This thing came in the mail, addressed to her.....I thought it was hilarious, and filled out the paper for her, but ran into a little problem when we got to her Social Security number. It all happened because someone sent her a magazine subscription, and she began to get all kinds of mail---the best one was the Credit Card offer...!

Lynn said...

Maybe they decided that Madison sounds better with his name than Mr. RK's name. :) Very cute.

LL Cool Joe said...

Oh you haven't gone for one of these pretentious double barrelled surnames then? :D

I hope Mr. RK found his pants, and his trousers. ;)

Cheryl said...

My 2 cats feel left out now. Not once have they gotten mail addressed to them. Although, they do regularly get called by the first and last name at their vets. They feel very included as the people there mispronounce their last name just like everyone does with their human mommy and daddy.

A Beer For The Shower said...

I once got some lame credit card offer for my dog. And of course it was the dog with the most ridiculous name. Apparently they didn't find anything weird about sending an offer to "MR. NOOBIES PEDAS." I should have framed that thing.

Ileana said...

I love how the cat is in parentheses. I'd save the envelope if I were you. Yep, it's a keeper! :)

Shionge said...

It shows that they are really meant to be in the Vet business hahahah....showing respect for the kitty :D

Riot Kitty said...

Debra: And get a membership solicitation from the NRA, like my little brother, who is in high school...
WIGSF: Hmm, good question. If I end up in jail, you'll know the answer.
RC: Mums the word!
OLOTH: I just about fell over laughing and read your comment out loud to my husband! That is fantastic!
Lynn: I thought it was pretty amusing.
Joey: HAHA! Count on you to think of that.
Cheryl: Have you tried therapy? :)
ABFTS: You are fucking kidding me! Although my late godfather's cat got mail, addressed to Oreo M. Coon (it was supposed to be Cohen.)
Ileana: Too late! But I have the pic as proof :)
S: They know which side their bread is buttered on, that's for sure.

Birdie said...

My other cat gets Christmas cards. The Ungrateful Bastard hates when the mail comes and hence hates the mail carrier. (He runs away and hides.) Maybe he is just jealous. I wonder if I should send him something to make him feel better?

Charles Gramlich said...

I always have opened the mail for my pets. None have ever had opposable thumbs.

Riot Kitty said...

B: One gets cards, and not the other?
Charles: Cheers. If they had opposable thumbs, cats would take over the world.

DWei said...

Hehehe, I always loved that my ferrets had our last name too.

Introverted Art said...

both my dogs have my last name too and not my hubby's. Now the fact the mail came addressed to the babies is pretty funny.

Riot Kitty said...

DW: That is very cool.
IA: So are we sexist? :)