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Two Siamese Cats and their Dog Friend Part 3a

This is a continuation of Xena’s Story at https://lexitheschnauzer.wordpress.com/.  Read Xena’s story and Tye’s tale will make more sense.  Click the blog address and enjoy.

Geez, I miss that white tornado.  Didn’t think I would, she talks non stop and is ready to play at the drop of a paw.  Taking in the sun and laying back is getting old very quickly.                                                                                
SHO…..BLACK
SQUISH…..MAGENTA

Squish the Siamese elephant, wandered by and Sho confided how much she missed Tye. Squish, a very understanding elephant, had an idea “Go see Tye and perhaps you’d be happier over there and want to stay.”  What a fantabulous idea.  Tye will be happy to see me.   “Thanks Squish.”                                                               

 

“No problem Sho. You need to be with Tye.  I feel her and XE are having hard times over there and she’s never been parted from you before.  Tye borrowed a phone from a cool lady at the Internment Camp not the ICY lady and called me to let me know she was forced to eat rotten vegetables in the Internment Camp.   The paperwork for their release was being worked on as we spoke.  Tye said XE arrived to help but was panicking cause now that she was here she didn’t know the way to Tennis-See other than walking through Texas.  So, Tye wanted me to follow the highway near Houston and look for them walking home.  Seems vague, Squish.

Tye used to play with Omar’s kids and she said they were little terrors that would give crappy old toys for any candy.  They learned this behaviour somewhere  and she says the nuts don’t fall far from the tree so I’ll be on the look out for Omar the Siamese Shiftless Carpetbagger tricks.  Tye is always on my mind…I must hurry and be with her and Xe.                                                                  “Let’s go, Squish, and see what we can find in the Magic Carpets around here.” Sho brought out the ladder and climbed up on Squish’s back and they headed for the village.  Squish had a sensitive back since Tye had done the Siamese dance for rain  on her back.

They hit 2 flying carpet outlets and were disappointed in the quality of the carpet threads. Then they hit Omar’s Emporium. Omar’s had revved up carpets but they wrinkled up during flight so it was uncomfortable sitting.  The wrinkles also made steering a hazard. No seat belts and the threads were not water proof. They were inexpensive but dang nab it, they looked cheap and wobbly.                                                                 

Next stop Aladdin’s Magic Carpets.                                                                   A huge Genie welcomed me inside.  I told him I wanted a thick, sturdy Magic Carpet with all the safety precautions.  No souped up piece of crap as I was flying to America to see friends and the object was to arrive in one piece.  Gene, the Genie, found the most superb carpet.  Luxurious seat belts, with a relaxing cruising speed and the “paw to the fiber count” of 300 MPH.  An instant sale.                                                             

Sho put the ladder up to Squish’s back and leaped on. “Sorry Squish. I was so happy about our new Magic Carpet I forgot to suck in my claws.” Sho said apologetically.

Sho thought of hot and tired Xe and Tye pawing their way across Texas to Xe’s home in Tennis… See.   Stupid name for a state as it brought up visions of everyone playing tennis in short skirts and funny hats.  Sho reprimanded herself for being judgemental…..this was the time to accept whatever cultural habits that the States has.  Tye would be delighted Sho was going to be headed over to the States.  Sho had to pack up Canada and have Squish water the plants everyday.  Sho would let Squish know what was happening.  Now, up and away and hope Tye and Xe find their way safe and easy.                                                           

TO BE CONT’D..Join Sho as she continues her adventures to cross the Atlantic and get to Tennis….See.

Wordless Wednesday with Shoko and Tyebe

We are joining Wordless Wednesday at Comedy Plus Blog.  Come join us and meet the other silent but fun furries.                                                                         

Smells like Shoko just passed.

Yep, she’s ahead of me.

There’s still a lot of Parsley here but everything else is pretty much finished for the year, Shoko. Good, we’ll send dad out to grab some parsley. Thanks Tye.

TYEBE…..ROYAL BLUE
SHOKO…..BLACK

Shoko Describes Summer Camp

 

Does it ever feel good to sleep beside mom again in our bed.  No rocks under my back or sticks digging into my legs when I lay out.  Did you miss me, Kali?  No…well maybe a wee bit.  It seemed so quiet without you rushing up and down the hall with your thunder-paws or balancing on the banister.                                                     

Well, I just gotta be me, Kali.

On with my tail of summer camp.  To even go to summer camp we needed to make a Bowline Knot and show it to Denmaster along with our letter of Purrmission from mom.                                              
My Bowline Knot

Our signed letter of purrmission.

We made a tye dyed scarf for our moms.  I loved playing in the dyes but Denmaster made us use gloves so we wouldn’t turn our paws all sorts of colours.  I worked on that scarf for hours and then dried it and made the colour set so it wouldn’t rub off on mom’s neck.                                              
Mom loves it and is wearing it now. It looks pretty on her.

Later that afternoon we went on a nature walk with our guide Homer the Black Cat.  He showed us so many birds….it was amazing. The Stellar’s Jay is British Columbia’s provincial bird and also a regular at Yosemite.  It’s a beautiful bird.  As far as bird’s go, that is.                                                    

The only other bird that blew me away was the California Peregrine Falcon. His body is about the size of a crow’s body but his wing span can be over 4 ft. Holy birdman…..that is huge! He goes like stink too, when he’s trying to catch prey….over 200 mph! Never want to get on his bad side.                                                     

The next day there was a S’mores competition. I entered some Nanaimo Bars because they are Canada’s answer to S’mores. I didn’t win but was delighted for the mancat that did win, he’s in my patrol and is an excellent cook.
Maggie and I had a very nice tent overlooking the river. Only thing was I kept having to visit the dirt patch and do my duty as the river kept the water running with me too. MOL
There was a poetry workshop where we learned the different types of poems.  We all submitted 3 poems.  There were 3 winners and I was one of them.  I won a Cat Scouts notebook.  Wowee!!

Then the Knowlege Bowl about the things we’ve seen and done at Summer Camp.  The fellow cat that won is also in our patrol.  He is very smart.  Almost Siamese smart but not quite.

Then something happened….I will tell you tomorrow.  It kept me on my claws.