Fun Friday Filler-In’s and Feline Friday at Fort Meezer

 

 

 

It’s Friday….which means Fill er In Day and Feline Friday.                                                                   

 

Feline Friday is a weekly event with Sandee of Comedy Plus blog.  You must pop over and see the delightful feline she will show you.  Click on the badge or the name and be in Feline Friday territory.                           

  Also your buddies blogs are listed for your convenience.
                                               

Ellen of 15 and Meowing and Lorianne of Four Legged Furballs produces these Fill Ins each week.  Click on the individual names to go visit them.

Thank you ladies for selected these sentences for us to complete.

SHOKO…..PITCH BLACK
TYEBE……ROYAL BLUE
BUDD…….GUILLOTINE GREEN
MOM……..MAROON

1. I can’t wait for………ALL THE STORES… to reopen after the quarantine.                                                         

 

2. I am in no hurry for…..THE MARIJUANA STORES…. to reopen after the quarantine.

3. These days, …..HAPPY…. is my default mood.                                                     

4. Have I ever told you…. THAT WE HAD A PARADE OF EMERGENCY VEHICLES DRIVE SLOWLY DOWN THE STREET?  THEY HONKED IN FRONT OF OUR HOUSE AND THE NEIGHBOUR.  WE ARE THE ONLY TWO ON THE BLOCK WITH HEARTS AND STUFFIES IN THE WINDOW TO HONOUR OUR FRONT LINE WORKERS.

See how the vehicles are keeping their distance?

 

 

 

 

28 thoughts on “Fun Friday Filler-In’s and Feline Friday at Fort Meezer

    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      This was the Yellow Light Parade that happens every night at 7pm. The emergency vehicles have been joined by big businesses amd average citizens that go past all health facilities in the city. It is one city pooling its pride to show everyone they are not alone.

      Jean

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  1. onespoiledcat

    That’s really GREAT that you all are honoring the front line workers – very cool parade they had! You all continue to stay safe and happy OK? That’s what we’re doing too!

    Love, Teddy

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  2. Timmy Tomcat

    That Parade is really super and we are glad you got the honks. You deserve them. Now Budd not to pry but what is that all about? Shoko we are with you
    Purrs to Mom and Dad to be safe and have what they need

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      Well, Timmy, if they had catnip stores I would be delighted if they reopened but pot…forget it. The parade was awesome. The neighbours are making hearts for us to put in the window too.

      Tyebe

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      This was a Yellow Light Parade which happens every night at 7pm. The emergency vehicles have now attracted all the major services in the city and they too join n the parade past the hospital and all care facilities.

      Jean

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  3. Xena and Lucy

    That’s so cool the first responders drove through your neighborhood, and you had the hearts and stuffies in your window. That meme is great, and so true. That’s absolute proof the world is not flat!

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  4. 15andmeowing

    Thank you for participating in the fill-ins, great answers. That was sweet of them to have a parade- glad you had the teddy bears in the window. I don’t care if the pot shops ever open again. Have a nice weekend. XO

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  5. Cathy Keisha

    TW wishes so much that there were pot shops here. It always helped her migraines. We took the stuffie out of our window cos no one could see it up on the 4th floor but we do do the 7 pm #clapbecausewecare.

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  6. Tails Around the Ranch

    That’s awesome you participated with hearts and stuffies in the windows. Gold star for you! ⭐️ I put a couple of teddys in the window for kids to find on their walks with parents. Seeing a bunch of them around now. Happy weekend!

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  7. L.M.G. Miller

    Thank you all for joining in on the Friendly Fill-Ins! Our local marijuana dispensaries are apparently considered essential, because they’re still open and consistently have long lines outside of their doors. My neighbor’s adult son lives with her and he apparently visits the dispensaries, because he regularly sits in his car to smoke the stuff. It smells like skunk, and that’s one of my least favorite smells in the world. Anyway, I really like your answer to #4. What a wonderful visit, and thank you for supporting first responders and other such workers!

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