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Date:7/25/2014 9:20:55 AM
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Hi Steve and Ernie
Leaving a vote with a little Tuna Tuesday fun!

The cats guide to WWW
A few tips to make your browsing easier

Wait until your human is well asleep.
They get nervous when you show an interest in their toys.I don't know why.
Don't get distracted by pens and other goodies on the desk.
I know these are fun, but we'll never get anywhere that way.
Ignore moths, flies, mice and cockroaches.
For the same reasons.
Don't get your claws stuck in the keys!
We do have a tendency to panic when this happens and the sounds of computer equipment smashing to the floor in your wake is guaranteed to give even the laziest human apoplexy, and purple really isn't their colour.
Don't urinate on the computer.
Or the modem, or the keyboard, or any of the electrical sockets. This has a tendency to cause explosions and has the added disadvantage to being somewhat risky to your good self. Vomiting on these things is also discouraged for the same reasons (as Sass knows to his lasting regret!).
Keep your paws off the telephone.
The modem needs it to access the Web, so long distance calls to their relatives in America should wait until later. Jake, take note!!
Don't chew any of the computer cables.
Not only will this spoil your enjoyment but it will also give you a very sore mouth and a nasty headache.

Head Bonks and Purrs, Jynxx
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