Hmmm, we've seen this at our house, too. Must be contagious! MOL!
That doesn't look very appealing.Ah-peeling. Get it? Hee.If you find the culprit, you'll have taken a bite out of crime.
Mirsku says it wasn't May Ling - he's checked her breath!
At our house, it would be blamed on the dogs!KissesNellie
What self-respecting feline would nom a banana? I'd look at Daddy's incisors.
mol! your story sounds purrfectly logical to us :)Pip, SMidgen, Minnie, HOllie
MOL, ok, where are the matching bottom/top fang holes? If there are only two... then you have to find the kitty missing half their fangs!
I'll bet that bananner attacked one of you cats. I'll bet
Viciously Violating Vegetarian Vampires? Very vexing!
Hmmm, we think it must be a two spot variety of banananananana. They are new out this year :)xx
Maybe somekitty mistook it for a nip nanner.
Was prolly that shopping cart that's got it in for mommy!!
We are guessing in the heat of battle this banana was mistaken for a toy mouse (a big one). Of course we are not saying this was done by anyone of the feline persuasion. Kitty Kisses,Cindi Lou & The Kitty Krew
Did somecat mistake that for the nip nanner!?Tutu actually EATS bananas. She's a little wierd.
Of course it was a vegetarian vampire who took a bitey in your mom´s banana !Who else could it be ??!!
We blame the Cricket!! :-)Take carex
Hahaha! Our human's lucky, we don't like people food so never touch hers!Of course in this instance it was Not Me. Again.
Of course it was a vegitarian vampire. We have them at our house too!The Paw Relations
Well, it wasn't me, I hate bananas!
We know you were just checking to see if the banana was ripe enough for your Mommy.Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx
You've heard of the cookie monster?This was his cousin the banana monster.Jane x
I agree with Sparkle...somecat thought that was a Nip Nanner.
The bananna should have split!
Hmmm, that's downright spooky. Maybe it's a ghost!
LOL! Now a banana is one thing that's never been attacked at our house.
we didn't know there were vampires out there, but that is better than having to admit some kitty actually put the bitey on a fruit
MOL Me thinks there is a tarantula lurking in your 'hood...check under the bed but beware they have pinchers.Hugs Madi
MOL, we get all squinched up and back away from bananas, so it MUST have been a vegetarian vampire! Or maybe some creature from Area 51!
We examined the marks very carefully and we have to agree, it definitely must have been a vegetarian vampire. If not a VV, it could have been a Frootbat.
my all time favorite joke remains:"Excuse me, why do you have a banana in your ear?""I'm sorry I can't hear you. I have a banana in my ear."
Oh absolutely a VV. They cause so much trouble, they really do.
Banana juice instead of blood? Strange.
HaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHa! What respectful kitty would take a bite of a banana. Not possible that a kitty is to blame. Just not possible.
Plead ignorance.. There is no proof.. Hugs GJ xx
MOL At least you know who did it did not enjoy the taste of it at all since they only took one bite!
Well, WE wouldnt admit to biting a REAL bananer either! Yuck... Impressive fangs, though.
no, no violated, tasted tested for your safety!!
Some kittehs LOVE nanners.Daisy's dear sister Pixie adored them!
I like them too!
I am just thankful that your human wasn't showing photos of maggot infestation. We ALL woulda tossed our kibble.xoxoMs. Stella O'Houligan
I've heard horror stories about those vegie vamps.; ) Katie
Fruit sure has delicate skin!
Ehhhh...the nanner was asking for it.
Now this is going waaaaay over the top! WhoeFUR did this is definitely bananas!I guess you could always conduct some FURensics to help identify the culPURRit. After all, you have the teeth marks and their DNA!
We only like nappers with nip in them.
It would seem that Bunnicula is on the loose at your house.
Heeeeeyyyyy, it's "True Ba-nan-er" ... hee-hee... get it? "True Bananer"... instead of "True Blood"... see?Oh well, hugs, you guys!=^~^=
YO! those are toofie marks if I am not mistaken...and from the looks of the fang separation...from a male kitteh...hmmmm...most probably from an older male kitteh...about 5-7 years of age....hummmm...and probably ginger colored...ummmm...hey Scouty...where ya been lately????...just a question...
A kittie would of never done anything like that..MOL xx00xxMollie and Alfie
LOL! Too funny!xo C
Okay, so I read the other fruit cat post before this one, so I see you already covered the bat-cat angle. Great minds think alike and all that! :)
Oh Boy...this is gonna be GREAT!