Maxwell: Momma was cooking Sunday afternoon, and taking photos of it for her new blog.
So I supervised. Here I am, helping to style the onion shot, to make sure it looked its best.
As you can see, I had to give the onion quite a pep talk. He shaped up quite well, though.
Momma swears the recipe's real yummy, and she's going to post it this Saturday. (It's a soup. Don't you think it's a bit weird that humans sometimes drink their food???)
We also thought now would be a good opportunity to remind everyone that onions aren't good for us felines. Or dogs either.
They're in a species of plants called allium. Did you know there are 95 different types of allium plant? And all of them are toxic to pets. That includes leeks, chives, garlic, and shallots, too. If you'd like to read more about how much onion it takes to be toxic to your pet, click here to read our Monday Medical report on it.
When you're doing your holiday cooking, remember: we pets can supervise, but no taste testing!
Unless you're cooking up a nice batch of bonito flakes.
Or dried chicken jerky.
Or maybe some liver or beef or....
Uh, gotta go. I think I left a bite or two in my bowl.