January 15th 2014 11:05 am
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What a surprise. It is my Gotcha Day! Two years ago today, I came to stay here as a regular family member. I had been a shy outside cat. The took me and got me fixed and then let me go back outside because it seemed that is where I wanted to be.....but then the bitter cold winter weather came. One night, they came and grabbed me and brought me in the mud room. Then I was in the kitchen. Then I was meeting my other furry family members. Wow, that was two years agao.
I am still very shy. I hide when the doorbell rings. I love to play. I love my brothers and sisters. I like to snooze on the kitchen chairs. I love milk jug rings and little plastic springs. I especially like to play. My best playmates are Skittles, Ivan and Percy. Rusty still makes me nervous, although he has never done anything to hurt me.
Thanks for being my friend and helping me celebrate my Gotcha Day!
March 16th 2013 8:19 pm
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Hi! Guess what? Lately I have been full of surprises. I am not the most social kitty. I answer to my name and love to chatter if you talk to me and also like to play with Mom with the wand toys, but I usually don't like to be petted. But do you know what I did on Friday? Mom came home and fell asleep in the recliner for a little nap. She felt someone laying on her and she thought it was Skylar. Without opening her eyes, she reached down and was petting me. Then she realized, it wasn't him. She opened her eyes and there I was, curled up on her leg, content as anything. I even let her pet me again tonight in the kitchen. I have been here over a year and this was the first time I napped with her!
November 26th 2012 8:05 pm
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Mom went for supper tonight at the Italian place a block over from our house. They had the tv on and it was tuned in to CNN. They were talking to this Senator (I think) from Utah about taxes and stuff and they asked him a question and his response was "Well, there is more than one way to skin a cat". Mom actually made an audible gasp! ( Good thing she was late and they weren't very crowded) It just kind of shocked her to hear someone actually say it. Do you mean that this educated man could not find a more appropriate phrase?
How about "there are other possibilities" "it may require us to think outside the box" or "who moved my cheese?". Come on, anything but skinning cats!
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