Budd, tell me about the Lane and life on the road. What do ya wanna know little one? Did you have any friends, Budd? I sure did, lots of friends. Who was your best friend and what was he like? Well, I’d have to say Sal was a steady friend that liked the same food as me. He was a big guy, like me and we’d make the rounds of houses together. Sal could make the most pitiful puss by drooping his whiskers and making wide innocent eyes.hehe What a guy. His one weakness was salmon. He was crazy over salmon and would do almost anything if the result was him getting salmon. One day after a particularly heavy rain I told Sal that there was a salmon swimming in in a deep puddle in the Lane. You know he went through every puddle in the Lane to find that salmon. Later that day he came up to me with a piece of salmon in his mouth. “Dood, I found that salmon in the last puddle in the Lane and it was delish. I put aside a huge piece for you but a few hours after I ate my share, I got salmon withdrawal and had to eat your share. I mean dood, I was shaking, seeing little fishies that weren’t there. It was horrible”, said Sal. Was it true, Budd? We’ll never know for sure Tyebe. There are strange things done in the Lane after a full moon and the night before the salmon showed up there was a full moon.
What a story Budd. You do have the tails to tell. It’s Friday and time for the Fill-Ins with 15 and Meowing and Four-Legged Furballs.
2. TYEBE…. makes me feel like royalty. EVERYTHING I DO, SHE LIKES. UNLIKE THE OLDER FURRY LADY OF THE HOUSE.
4. If I had a witch’s cauldron, I would stir up a potion for …..LETTING CATS LIVE AS LONG AS HUMANS.
Now, for the show of flowers hosted by Living Laughing Barking In Our Backyard.
Mom was just head over heels over this passion flower. She thought it looked like something alien from a different world.