Photo: Jess Evans
A resident of the UK accidentally bought daughter a gift of candy, designed for cats. According to The Independent, before the family realized the trick, the child ate part of the gift.
Jess Evans (Jess Evans) was surprised that her nine year old daughter Alice Davies-Evans (Alissa Davies-Evans) stopped eating sweets given to her advent calendar with chocolates for each day before the holiday. The girl had four treats, and refused to open the rest, than a week was reported by the mother. First, she decided that my daughter is naughty, but then decided to check up the candy.
It turned out that calendar with the image of the cat Garfield was intended for the cats, instead of chocolate with Apple filling in it lay a mixture of yogurt with Catnip. “I was in shock and felt like the worst mother in the world. It took us 11 days to notice a trick,” admitted Evans.
She bought a calendar for 1.99 GBP (173 rubles) during a shopping trip with their three daughters: Alice, three-year-old Alexis and 11-month-old Aurora. Evans showed the calendar eldest daughter before you put it in the cart, and she nodded. “I was in a hurry and bought the calendar at the last moment, without reading the inscription “designed for cats”. I can’t believe I have a degree in English literature and creative writing, and I could not read the inscription on the calendar,” said the woman.
According to her, the girl became angry with his mother laughed at the situation. The cat’s eaten the candy had no effect on her health. Evans promised his daughter to buy a new calendar and said I’m going to buy it together with the groom, that he was convinced that the gift really intended for children. “Knowing my luck, I can buy a calendar for the dogs,” she joked.
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