Fill-Ins on Fryday

Haha…You look funny Shoko!  Whatcha mean Kali?                                                 You gotta admit you don’t look very happy?  It’s that darn Cappytan….he comes over growls at me and steals my nip. I know he’s rude.  Thank goodness mom chases him away all the time.  Forget him…the nip is almost finished for the year and we’ll get fresh stuff next year.  He really burns my butt though!   Cappytan is not in our thoughts tonight, Shoko, concentrate on the Fryday Fill-Ins from Ellen of 15 and Meowing and Annie from McGuffy’s Reader.  Click on the names to be taken to their blogs.                                                         

Like each week, we are given 4 statements to fill-in.  The first 2 were done by Ellen and the last 2 by Annie. Here we go:

1. If I was a ghost, I would haunt…..THE VET’S OFFICE.  I’D SCARE THE DEWORMING MEDICINE OUT OF THEM.  DOES ANYBODY REMEMBER MY COSTUME SOME YEARS BACK.                                                   MAKE NO MISTAKE, I AM THE UNDEAD!

2.  I always…..RUN THE OTHER WAY AND HIDE…..when…..ANYONE RINGS THE DOORBELL                                               

NO NEED TO EXPOSE MYSELF TO POSSIBLE DANGER.

All right…my turn Shoko.   
3. My favourite scary story is…..PSYCHO.   I TELL YA NORMAN BATES IS NUTTIER THAN THE M & M RED PEANUT!  I DON’T MEAN THAT NEW GARBAGE MOVIE….I MEAN THE HORRIFYING 1960 PICTURE.                                               

4. I will be so glad when…..SHOKO QUITS RUNNING AROUND THE HOUSE MEWING “BOO…SCARED YA…DIDN’T I, EH?”

                                               Geez, I don’t do that Kali….really!

 

44 thoughts on “Fill-Ins on Fryday

  1. Piglove

    Oh my! Now that is scary my friends. Haunting the vet’s office would be key in my book for sure. You know what is scarier than Psycho. The guy they based Norman Bates on in real life – Ed Gein. Now that is a story for next year’s 31 Days of Spook OMP! XOXO – Bacon

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      Mom read to us about the real life Norman Bates and it would be ideal for 31 Days Of Spook. You know Marie Lavough…or however its spelled….would be a good one too. Especially her crypt after she died. Not sure if she is in the Louis cementary in New Orleans or another one.

      Shoko

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  2. 15andmeowing

    Thank you both for participating in the fill-ins, great answers. Who is this other kitty getting into the nip? Psycho was very scary. And great idea to haunt the vet’s office 🙂 Have a nice weekend ladies. XO

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      Cappytan is a neighbourhood cat, a male that has not been fixed so he sprays everywhere. He tries to beat Shoko up whenever he sees her on the deck. He means business too….I’ve heard him scream at her.. He doesn’t bother me but then again Shoko steps in before he can focus on me. We don’t like him!

      Kali

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  3. Marv

    Hmmm…I would be totally scared by needles in the butt…just like the vet.
    Ms Shoko and Ms Kali, I really like your answers to the questions today, and about the fig leaf…Mommy says that it is always better to leave things to people’s (and cat’s) imaginations….
    Purrs
    Marv

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  4. McGuffy's Reader

    All of Hitchcock’s movies were terrifying, on different levels. He truly was a genius by using your own mind to scare you. He certainly made generations look in the shower before using it. Yikes. Good answers, girls! hugs!

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      We watch the oldies when we can. We don’t have Turner Classic Movies but we used to. Our Cablevision clumped them station in with many stations we don’t watch. Dang cablevision.

      I sure would love to see the vets office after Halloween. Bet they’ll be scared to give anybody a needle. MOL

      Shoko

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      1. Suzanne Gunter McClendon

        I never have liked the way the cable companies bundle the channels. The ones we wanted were always in the next tier above what we could afford or bundled in with a ton of channels we had absolutely no desire for. We don’t even bother with it anymore, haven’t in years. We don’t even use Netflix anymore. We have our Hotel Transylvania movies (1 and 2) and we’re good. haha We don’t have time for watching stuff anymore anyway. We have too much reading that we need to get done.

        I don’t know about them being scared to give anybody a needle. If they didn’t get the candy or treat they wanted, they might be even more ready to bring out the needles!

        Have a blessed weekend. 🙂

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      2. The Canadian Cats Post author

        We…the cats and I love our TV….hubby not so much. We do a fair about of reading in the evening. I read to the clan. The girls jump up on the bed when they hear me reading . Hubby doesn’t jump onto the bed but listens contentedly.

        You got a good point I should go and help myself to their treats on Halloween. Although after looking at myself sideways, I believe a strict regime of no candy should be my mantra for the next few months. Until Christmas. hehe

        Jean

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      3. Suzanne Gunter McClendon

        David grew up with the TV on non-stop, all day long. He was like that for years. I grew up with television, but we didn’t have it on all the time. He loves it, but trained me to hate TV. I couldn’t stand the noise all day long like that. I did enjoy the DIY shows very much.

        If I look at myself sideways, I would come to the same conclusion, that I should avoid candy. So, you know what? I just don’t look at myself sideways. 🙂

        Have a blessed weekend.

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  5. Amy

    Shoko, that look in your first picture should scare any cat, human, dog, whatever, away. Stick out a couple of fangs and you have Halloween covered, girl.

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