Brian’s Thankful Thursday

Kali, what are you doing?  You look weird, walking around in circles.  I am blessing my bed.  Looks more like you’re casting a spell at your bedding.  No, no, no!  This is very important…..you are only as strong as your most powerful thought.                                                           

Ok…are you saying if I think I can do something I can?  Sortof…if you think it and picture it…all you have to do is accomplish it.  You’ve already seen yourself doing it.

That’s a bunch of pig feathers, Kali.  Pig’s don’t have feathers.  Your idea has pig feathers…bet you could make the pig fly…just tell him if it thinks he can fly he can….then push him off a cliff. Mew, mew, mew.                                                

 Ohhh….treats!  Now where were we?  Give me an example Kali.  Ok,  You see me walking around in circles in bed before I lay down, right?  Yep, you look ridiculous.   There’s a reason why I do it….I’m looking and feeling for snakes.  I turn around exactly three times and then I settle.   You really think that helps, Kali?  I haven’t laid on any snakes so far and I’m 15 years old.                                                       We’re joining Brian’s Thankful Thursday Blog Hop.                                                    I am very Thankful there are no snakes around here.  Kali is very thankful her twirling in bed keeps snakes away.  Seems we’re a tad different.  The main thing is…neither of us sleeps with the snakes.                                                       

 

29 thoughts on “Brian’s Thankful Thursday

    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      I think this behaviour of mine stems from away back when we were wild cats and slept out in the elements. We would scare vermin away by turning around 3 times and then laying down. Sounds good anyway.

      Kali

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  1. onespoiledcat

    Well we already know that Santa Paws brought you girls a SNAKE so no wonder you’re constantly making sure it won’t attack you when you go to sleep! STAY ON WATCH LADIES!

    Hugs, Teddy

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      Well, that’s so nice of you to say. I’ll take it you mean me…Shoko. Kali’s not bad either. Oh, Kali wants to talk with Kit.

      Kit we are going to have a party honouring Sasha’s 18th birthday at the Crotchety Clubhouse hope yiou can be there on the 10th of this month.

      KaLi…Proud to be Crotchety

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  2. 15andmeowing

    You are very clever Kali, no one wants to sleep on a snake 🙂 I do bless my cats when they sneeze. Even if one sneezes 5 times in a row- I bless them 5 times. XO

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  3. Amy

    Kali, Lexi understood visualization too. She proves it works in the first post (video) when you bring up her blog. Shoks needs to stop making fun of you. (Or a snake might get her)

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  4. Marv

    Snakes!!! Wow! After seeing your in a post, I too would be turning around 3 times before sleeping! Kozmo says they have real snake in the yard in Midway and some of them are big and scary and have rattles!!
    In Iran there were Spider-Tailed Horned Vipers, Caspian Cobras, and several kinds of Skinks (snakes with legs)
    I am thankful I have no snakes in Richmond!
    Purrs
    Marv

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      Land sakes alive! I thought Rattlers were bad….mom has told me about them but snakes like Spider-Tailed Horned Vipers and Caspian Cobras and then to top it off with snakes that have legs…no thank you…..those are just too much for us. How did you manage Mar?

      Shoko

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We love mewing with you my friend so pull up a cushion and let's chatter like the squirrels.

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