Ayla, We think you might enjoy an old Ray Bradbury story called "The Veldt"; it might change your mind about wanting to enter the TV, ha ha meow! Maybe TBT will find it and read it to you.My darling Iza-Warmy, your lovey-ness would be a MUCH finer heat source than the silly old metallic radiator. Your soft silken tum would be DIVINE. Perhaps I can teleport over? There isn't *snow* there, is there?? XOXOXOXOXO
Wow, life sized and all! No wonder you wanted to snag one, MOL!We just have an older tv with a small screen and well, its sort of boring, even when there are long legged fellas trying to put a ball in a net...one of our angel furblings would try to catch some of the things we had on, but even dog-guy mostly ignore the tv here...only sometimes the sounds coming from there intrigue us...
This is lots more fun than what my human watches - it's just a bunch of other humans doing foolish things, which she laughs at.
Wow Ayla - you sure are brave. Fancy trying to take on one of those huge monsters. If you ever find out how to get into the TV, you'll come back and tell the rest of us how, won't you?MeganSydney, Australia
You are very brave Ayla! Those dinosaurs were running straight at you. I think I would have run and hid.
I haven't been allowed to watch my DVD's for kitties because I go crazypants! Mom said I can't charge the screen as I can do harm to it. She's a spoil sport. I did look behind the TV many many times though and I am not fast enough to catch them.
Wow, you sure are very brave. We think we stay a careful distance away... those things sure look BIG.
Dang, that sure beats Bird TV!
Ayla você me fez rir!!
Wow! That's so cool! The mom won't let us get that close to the TV.
Ayla, a tv you could get into would be a great invention. Were you watching the latest Jurassic Park movie?
What a pawsome TV channel ! Mum and Dad don't let us get so close to the TV. Purrs
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