Saturday, May 24, 2008

A bit of trouble

Can you believe this:  I got scolded this week.  I was merely sitting next to the dog while she ate her crunchy fudz... encouraging her and supporting her...and taste-testing her dinner.  I was shooed away like a housefly and let- me- tell- you that I was pretty peeved.   Especially because I let the dog sniff my booty for a long time while I waited for the woman to make MY dinner.  Normally if that dog tries anything dodgy (and booty-sniffin' is dodgy) I spit at her and she runs away with her tail between her legs.

The good thing that happened to me was that I got tuna juice in my dinner the next night AND I got to sit in the sun in the garden and I made the birds squawk.  That was really fun.  I also found a dead mouse near the geranium plant but I didn't touch it... only sniffed a little.

Sunday, May 18, 2008

Sun Beams


After my exhaustive research on the Magna Carta, my blogging mojo has left me.

Here are photos of me sitting in the sun, which I love to do. Some mornings there is only one little sun spot that comes through the back door and hits a storage chest so I sit in that one sliver of sun and soak it in as much as possible.

This week there is a chill in the air and so the woman had to put away her summer sandals and opt for shoes. This has made her sad.

Sunday, May 11, 2008

Yes We Can...

...Jump on counter tops.

The Magna Carta

It's a little known fact that it's written in the Magna Carta, article VII, Section a.3 -- Cats SHALL BE ALLOWED TO JUMP ON COUNTER TOPS. See below:

a.1 We shall entirey remove from their bailwicks the relatives of Gerard de Athyes, so that they shall henceforth have no bailwick in England: Engelard de Cygnes, Andrew Peter and Gyon de Chanceles, Gyon de Cygnes, Geoffrey de Martin and his brothers, Philip Mark and his brothers, and Geoffrey his nephew, and the whole following of them.

a.2 We shall straightway return the son of Llewelin and all the Welsh hostages, and the charters delivered to us as surety for the peace.


Here's the CAT COAT OF ARMS taken from the Magna Carta...

Note the likeness:

Perhaps all of you American kitties should take a page out of the British history books and lobby your senators and congresspeople for a similar law. I'm just sayin'.

Monday, May 5, 2008

This is what I'm talking about...

Here's proof that I know how to jump up on the kitchen counter. Tonight's house special... Korma Chicken.

Here's the woman giving me a stern talking to. I won't make eye contact with her because I can't promise her that I won't jump up there ever again.