By UnknownKitten - 03/05/2016 03:07 - United States - Elgin

Today, I returned home after a long day of work. I noticed that my kitten had gotten a hold of my pin cushion, and that there were no needles left in it. My husband and I have only managed to find one, out of 16. FML
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I hope the poor little one didn't eat them. They could perforate his stomach or bowel.

My suggestion is to walk around with a magnet....

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You will find some eventually... Just not with your eyes

Thank God. Imagine finding them with your eyes....

Hey, I would rather find them with my eyes than my foot...

Hon, the joke flew right over your head.

Or right into their head.

My suggestion is to walk around with a magnet....

or with bare feet, whichever method you prefer. free acupuncture

hopefully they aren't in your cat...

At least it wasn't a box of thumb tacks

Thumb tacks would be easier to spot...

What is your logic?

Some kittens just want to watch the world burn.

I hope the poor little one didn't eat them. They could perforate his stomach or bowel.

You should really take your cat to a vet incase it ate them.

Two words, wear shoes. Hope you find them.

Chances are a kitten wouldn't have swallowed them, there's no reason for that... Still I would take it to the vet if you have concerns

Kittens and puppies will eat anything. My cats have consumed the weirdest things. I had one that would eat the plastic handle off of grocery bags but thankfully she pooped them out so she never required surgery. Pins are deadly.

My boyfriends cats are obsessed with chewing plastic bags. -.-

Pets eat strange things all the time. Ask a vet, I'm sure many will have a lot of stories to share.

My late Doberman ate her entire rope toy. My friend's Lab ate a sticky hand. My Bluetick ate (and thankfully regurgitated) a tennis ball a few years ago. Another friend's wolf hybrid pup would eat rocks. I don't have any cat examples since I don't keep cats or really have any friends that do, but I've heard similar stories about all sorts of animals.

My cat tried to. It cost us at least $100 CAD just to know there was a needle stuck in its throat and the roof of its mouth, and to get rid of it. OP, if you ever read this, please for the love of Simba the Lion, check your cats mouth and take your cat to the vet for safe measure