Today’s Thankful Thursday at Brian’s Home and we are all thankful for something different this week.
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Tyebe what are you thankful for this week. Well, Budd, I’m thankful for the new mirror mom got. It kept me busy for quite a while. There was a cat that looked just like me in there. I kept looking behind the mirror but this kitty was very thin.
See that kitty? She looks just like me.
Look Budd…there’s a dude that looks like you in the mirror too,
Smile at him Budd. Maybe he’ll smile back. mol *hic* He did, he smiled back. He’s very thin though Budd. We don’t want to see you that thin…ever!
What about you Shokos, what are you thankful for?
I’m thankful you and Budd are so fascinated by the mirror and aren’t thinking about jumping on me.
Budd, what are you most thankful for my bunkie.
Mom bought me a name tag for my collar. I’m so thankful she has made me one of the family and given me a name tag to prove it.
What are you thankful for today my friends?
TYEBE…..ROYAL BLUE BUDD…..SEAWEED GREEN
A beautiful day although fall is quickly closing in.
A ride in the stroller, you say…OK…let’s go.
Sup, mom? I don’t know if I want a stroll or not….maybe, any foooood…what are you doing? Well, if you put it that way I’ll go for a stroll with you and Kali. I wanted a better view so was headed to the front of the stroller. Out of the blue, Kali growled at me….just cause I was standing on her back……♪ I ain’t heavy I’m your sisteh.♪ She made it up to a hisss by the time I stood dancing on her shoulder. My Cod Kali, you have fish breath! Yuck! Alright, alright, I’ll sit down. Geesh!
We headed down the sidewalk and to Gateway Seniors Facility where mom had a chat with one of the residents. My Cod, mom can talk. We sat twiddling our paws while she gassed about what’s happening in the facility. Six hours later we left for Total Pet. No, we have no idea who this dude is but he ruined mom’s picture.
Kali begged mom for this Beauty dry food but mom was adament….just the Hypoallergenic Soy….no Beauty Food. Kali then turned her back on mom. Until mom went up to the cashier. The cashier gave mom a treat bag for us. Mom opened the bag and gave a piece of Freeze Dried Chicky Liver to Kali and I…we immediately started to gobble them and then we spit them out in unison. They were ghastly! Ewww…..They must be 87 years old. The treats they gave us last year were disgusting too. Don’t ever buy our treats here.
Then we headed for home. We were gone for 2 hours and did we ever have to use the kitty litter.
The day started off just right. Mom,Kali and I staggered into the kitchen for our brekkie. We were just as sleepy as mom as she opened our Fancy Feast and then sat down to have her tea. Yum…beef flavoured, my favourite. Kali gobbled down hers and politely waited for me to leave so she could chow down on the rest of mine. She was so nice and didn’t push me outta the way. I left her more than I normally would, just to say ,”thanks for not being so pushy sis.”
Mom then put my favourite dvd on and I watched the colourful birds for quite awhile. It suddenly occurred to me that I don’t normally get this kind of treatment…what gives? Hmmm…I know this is leading up to something.
I then cuddled down in my basket to join Kali in a well deserved nap. All of sudden this weird sound scared me. You will not believe what I saw my friends. It was only the biggest rat in history!
I was shocked by mom’s reaction. She just stood and laughed! You wait and see who’s laughin’ when that rat dude goes pooh on the floor, mother!
This huge garbage picker was fast as lightening and ran around the livingroom without even breathing hard. Then he disappeared.
I looked everywhere but no sign of the dirty rat. So I settled down, once again.
Mom opened the sliding glass door and I smelled Cow Kitty. Cow Kitty never meows out loud just moves his mouth…forming the words. He ran in and played with his cheese and mice and then the rat came out from hiding. I decided to pretend I heard nothing and was fast asleep.
Cow Kitty wasn’t the least bit afraid of the cwappy rat. Mom is sorry if the picture is a little fuzzy but Cow Kitty is one active guy.
There was a whacky and a crashy and Cow Kitty threw the rat over to our crunchies…the dang rat was going to eat our food. Mom quickly scooped the rat up and he disappeared. Cow Kitty left soon after and we could finally drift into a peaceful dream world.