Mom, mom, we got a postcard from Fiji. Kali’s taken the time to send us some news from the island.
It’s so pretty there! I don’t see no pink beaches though. Maybe the tide washed the pink off the sand. *Shoko looks at mom with a quizzical look.*
You sound just like Kali, mom. You’ve been hanging out with her too long. No way do I believe you. hmpf!
What does our little white ghosty have to say for herself?
Hi, there winter warriors. It’s beautiful and 86 F(30C)here. The trade winds carry just a scent of Jasmine. *sniff* *sniff* Buddy and I are lying on the beautiful pink sands and chowing down on turkey and beef. He is dangling a treat above my mouth and I catch it, The moisture is awesome on my furs as they’re shining like silk. The other Cougars are mewing with the cabana boycats. The boycats here are so handsome and not puffed out to keep warm like at home. Glad you’re not here with us Shoko but will see you soon, sisteh. Miss you mom!
We are also partaking of Thankful Thursday with Brian’s Home Blog. We are thankful for each other and the fact that we can relax and say whatever we want without someone giving us grief. We are also thankful for a sisteh that never forgets us. Click on Brian’s Homer and go visit the others that are thankful. Come back and have a cuppa green nip with me. See ya later, friend.
Annie of McGuffy’s Reader thought a positive note to start the week would give us all a boost. I agree and here is my way to help you start the week.
Bye, mom…why are we waving a paw at mom? Where’s she going? She’s going to cash in her birthday gift certificates and have a pedicure and manicure. I envy her so much, Shoko. This is what I want for my birthday too.
Oh no! What’s wrong, Shoko? This means dad’s looking after us, on his own. So? He doesn’t know how we like things done. We better tell him. We should wait to see what he does himself. He may think we’re bossy if we start telling him what we like.
That’s a great idea, Kali. Here comes brekky, let’s see how he does.
Oh my! Dad, oh dad, I like way less gravy in my food. I want a whole lot more gravy in my food and I don’t like lumps either. Just sayin’ Are you going to eat it, Kali. No way Shoks, it looks ghastly! We should take a few licks though. K, *lick* *lick*…Shoko shakes her paws and walks away.
I’ll get a drink of water, that helps to fill me up. Kali stands in her water fountain and then starts pushing water out of the fountain. Dad puts a T-towel under the fountain to catch the water and tells Kali not to play in the water. But mom lets me play in the water.
Hey, dad, I can’t get a drink now. Mom fills the fountain after I play in the water.
This is no good at all. My Princess bed is all lumpy where I was playing groundhog. Mom usually floofs up our beds twice a day without being asked. I thought everyone did that for their kitties. We can go sleep on mom’s bed then, Kali. It’s not lumpy.
You gotta admit dad is good at the game “in and out”. He’s right there when I want out and again when I want in. He looks like he’s getting fed up with the game though so we better find a new game.
Look, dad’s giving us lunch. Mom doesn’t give us lunch. Dad, I like my food out of a freshly opened tin….I get first dibs. No, I don’t like turkey! Kali likes turkey, I like beef. He doesn’t listen, does he? Well, I prefer lotsa gravy in my turkey pate. We told you this morning. I like just a wee bit of gravy in my beef pate. Let’s switch and then we’ll be happy. Done deal, Kali. *Burp* that was tasty and now I could use a nap. When is mom coming home? Don’t know but hope it’s soon. I feel scruffy, I need a good grooming. Dad would never think of it. At least he feeds us, Kali.
Treats for no reason! Mom doesn’t do that. Oh, dear….dad just dumped them in front of me! Dad, it was so nice of you to give us treats but we prefer you gave us one at a time. Then we feel special.
I got treats dumped by me too. Oh dear. Time for mom to come home. I think I hear her in the living room.
Today is New Year’s Eve…geez, where did the time go? I was basking in the glow of Christmas and *poof*….the holiday week is just about over.
A little roll of glee over treats and a bit of the nip.
Here a sniff, there a sniff…everwhere a sniffing good time was had by both of us.
This being a New Year’s selfie is going to be special. Thank you The Cat On My Head Blog for having such a great blog hop for us.
Pop on over to view your furry friends trying to pose just perfectly for you.
Here is Kali’s butt…mew….she just wouldn’t turn around for mom to take the picture of Kali and Buddy’s gift to her….a Yeow Nanner. Kali was overcome with the fresh aroma.
I was awed by Einey’s Cat Dancer to me. It’s so unpredictable. It even hit mom in the face…I like it.
I did have part of my laser eyes in. Easier to see the “Cat Dancer.”
We finally settled on me up in the cat pole looking in disgust at mom still not playing with me. I have the ball given to me by Einey…a real smelly ball in the cat pole with me… *snap*
Have a great New Year’s Eve my friends. See you in 2018.
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.
I wonder if anyone missed us?….we were enjoying our summer. Mom was battling with the internet browser as it wouldn’t let her into sites she uses all the time. Dad said Internet Explorer was cwap so she changed to Chrome. That did it, she could get into her favourite sites again. Mom is now trying to get used to a new browser. There’s bound to be a few screw ups so bear with us.
It’s hotter than Shoko’s breath after having a few nipitinis. MOL
Let’s get right down to it. Today is the friendly fill-ins. This fun event is offered by Ellen of 15 and Meowing and Annie of McGuffy’s Reader. The first 2 are from Ellen and the last two from Annie.
1. Meetings … ARE AMUSING. UNLESS THE OTHER GUY STINKS…..THEN ALL BETS ARE OFF AND IT’S SPITTING TIME.
2. Rules …..ARE MEANT TO BE BROKEN OR SHALL I SAY STRETCHED.
My turn Kali…give me room here sis.
4. I have learned….TO BE NICE TO MY SISTER. SHE DOESN”T MEAN TO BE A PEST, SHE JUST CAN”T HELP HERSELF.
Have a great Friday friends. Continue reading