Friday, November 15, 2013

Feline Friday: Nin as a verb

Nin in the tunnel
As a kitten and a younger man, Nin had a problem. Everyday he would eat so much he would throw up. He didn't seem to know he was full. We tried a variety of foods etc. but it kept happening so we learned to live with it. We started calling this "ninning." Now whenever anyone or any creature in our lives eats too much or mysteriously throws up, we refer to it as "ninning" or that someone "ninned."

Nin's eating issues have decreased greatly in his old age, although he throws up about once a week, often a hairball.

I realize he is not getting younger and someday we will say goodbye, but I am confident his legacy of "ninning" will live on.

Has your pet become a verb in your house?

15 comments:

  1. Oh Nin......I have been a "ninner" (!!) since I was a baby too.....I just eat too fast and WHAM - it happens.......now that I'm older I still do it but maybe not as often as before - just like you......I'm sure my Mom will always remember my "horking" (that's what we call it in my house) even after I've left for the Bridge too......a bit of an interesting legacy don't you think???

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  2. No verbs here as we are prefect little dears ...... LOL. I do however do some ninning when I eat grass and peeps gets fed up with me. Have a fabulous Friday.

    Best wishes Molly

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  3. Mean ole cat dietzman is still like that ..for a old grouchy cat he can eat his weight in cat food!!
    stella rose

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  4. Hey, we now have a word for Dad "Ninning", he just eats to much, Barharhar

    The Mad Scots

    Pees: Phod, get that resume here we have a great post for you, being Canadian and all! and welcome on board!

    Top Cop Bites

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  5. NIN IS A MOST HANDSOME MANCAT....ninning is a great word my Dad does that sometimes but thus far no hairballs from him. MOL MOL MOL
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  6. What a cutie, love that "ninning" I will have to start using it

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  7. Well, sometimes I do like to rhyme Shiner with Whiner... our Kitty Meow Meow did something similar sometimes. Usually big blobs of throw uppy stuff in random places...

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  8. Poor old boy!

    Ps: thanks for coming by.

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  9. Ahh poor baby. French Bulldogs like me throw up at times. There are about 5 different names for spitting up
    Lily

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  10. 'Ninning' I like it. Ummmmmm…. what can I do with my name….??? I'll have to think on dat for a spell.
    Wags,
    Ranger

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  11. No, no verbs yet.

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  12. We had one verb. We had a dog named Rover, and he would run so fast around the curves in the trails that he'd almost lose control and end up in the forest. So, we call that "Rovering" the curves!

    Nin does tunnels? Cool.

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  13. Ninning, that's funny but not for Nin. Guess what we got today? our very first card..Thank you xxxxxooxxx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  14. I love it, ninning not the poorly sick bit!

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