The day my cat removed the carpet (photo studio update)

Hey! I’m Teddy and I’m going to be takin’ over the blog post this round.

My human is upstairs chanting something about boring weather patterns ruining her ability to be excited about this room and is inhaling a big tub of peanut butter, so let’s just not go there ok?

I think her deal was of what she may find under this carpet. So, let’s just tear it up and see! I am brave. Some aren’t, eh? (no jab there, human…)

Pull… grunt…. GASP!


It’s too bad she can’t hear me think… what EVER. I’ll just do it myself.

Ohhhh ho ho…. she’s gonna LOVE this! Crazy concrete patterns painted out in a nice neutral grey! Clean, nice, what luck!

Total bonus round… cat paw prints embedded in the concrete! I think I’m gonna cry…

Ok, let’s rip up more carpet.

Rest time!

Hey… wow.. I really LOVE what I’ve done to this place!

That heat box thing looks wicked on that angle. Nice temper tantrum, me!

Ok, so that was hard. Ripping up a carpet in massive chunks requires big time muscle. So I cut long strips to lighten up the load instead. I’m resting for another minute or 3 because this really takes it outta ya!

Gotta have at least one art shot. It’s her rule. Otherwise it’s too ‘BO-RING.’ I got her number bad….

Let’s just wrap up these scratching pads on steroids and zip’em up tight with some packing tape, and we’re done!

I’m not for hire. Just so you know.

Cats, unlike humans, are NOT afraid to say it like it is.

Nearly done now! These crazy strips have to come out. Nails in concrete.. now that’s a trip!

Youch! I think I kinked my neck. So not cool. She’s gonna pay.

By doing the rest. And when she tackles these file cabinets, head for the hills!

Cuz EVERY. SINGLE. FILE. has to come out, and it is STUFFED to the BO-RING gills!

Sincerely yours for today,

Teddy Bear

( heading out of town. FAR FAR away. )

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

It’s ME. I’m back. Human here.

That concrete floor?!? I’m in LOVE! I can’t wait to throw some glazes (in a subtle way) on it to see what it can become. What a great surprise! Sure wish the rest of the floor downstairs was like this because I’d be putting that cat to work fulltime. πŸ™‚

(Other photo studio updates can be found HERE.)

Who else wishes they had a concrete floor to play with?


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38 thoughts on “The day my cat removed the carpet (photo studio update)

  1. Oh, you are too funny! Love all of Teddy’s help though! What a great cat you have. The bitty one is sitting next to me going nuts over his handsome self! Have a great weekend! I can’t wait to see where you end up!

  2. Cute! I suspect though, that Teddy is just teasing us, acting like he did all the work. If I know cats, and I do know them pretty well, he supervised, checked out the progress, while it was still *in* progress, and took the occasional nap while you did all the work. πŸ˜‰

  3. Teddy is one gorgeous kitteh!

    A good is one where ugly dirty carpet (ALL carpet is ugly and dirty) is ripped up and thrown in the trash. Wood, concrete, tile – anything is better than carpet.

  4. Donna, I am so envious! Who knew that concrete could be so exciting!!! Now if I could just train my Popsicle to be as handy as your Teddy, maybe the stairs at home would be done! Have fun with your floor, we (me & Pop) will be watching. C

  5. Oh but I do, I do (have a concrete floor to play with)! I’m getting ready to makeover my front porch so now I think I’ll just wait to do my floor until I see what ideas you come up with since you are faaaaar more creative than I could ever be. Sooo, uh how soon can we expect pictures and a tutorial??? πŸ˜‰

  6. Awesome post! I can relate to the love for concrete, I won’t be covering up my studio floor anytime soon. When is your kitty up for hire to come and tear out my upstairs carpet. Needin’ some help here!

  7. You are TOO FUNNY!!!!! LOVE the floor and that cat…..well he is the Meeow!

    Glad the concrete is funky cuz if it wasn’t you’d make it that way anyway. I have a feeling!!!


  8. Still laughing at Teddy. Sometimes I wonder what our animal friends think about us when changes are made in their homes. I know my dog, Jennie, owns me not the other way around.
    Hugs..Maryjane from
    Storybook Cottage

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