November 1st 2011 8:28 pm
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Thanks to everyone for making my gotcha day and diary picks so furry pawsome! Wow can you believe it TWO diary picks almost back to back! I think the pretty charming diary lady really loves tux kitties and our ramblings. DDPs are always so much fun for us.
I am still sleeping most everynight with mom she needs me, now when she starts to bed she looks for me just like she used to do when I first moved in here and she says "little boy lets go night night" and as she heads to the stairs I streak past her just a flash of Tux kitty and into her room and up on the bed PURRING! as I wait for her to join me! Oh the joys of cool nights sleeping under a fan with mom oh yea and dad is there too. Mom used to always ask me to come with her to sleep but I stopped a long time ago, IDK I guess I have settled in to this life again, they sure keep us kitties guessing. In less than three years we have been through; living arrangements between boo and I. Then as we got comfey they move in FOUR kittens, as we adjusted to that then Alley went to the bridge, just as we got adjusted to losing her....oh then we get the crazy moma cat Ivey. things are better every day with that but she still creeps me out at times. I hope this is all the major changes for a while but there is talk of more changes in our house.
kingdom kitty out
I sometimes sleep with my humans, but sometimes I want to be by myself.
Snow has taken over the going to bed with mommy. It makes me and mommy kinda sad, but there's nothing we can do because he's SO sweet about it! In fact, that's really the only thing he's consistently sweet about! Mommy reads and later turns out the light - Snow sleeps on one side of her & I sleep on the other. Then Snow gets under the covers & ZONKS out, and I have my chance to snuggle & rattle(purr) with mommy!
He's a brat, but he's MY brat! MOL! Luv, Tink
My mommy can no longer sleep at night if I'm not with her! She goes looking for me if I don't come to bed with her! I'm just that important! (or I've got her trained really well!)