August 22nd 2012 3:40 am
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Meowmy's wondering if I've found some drugs or catnip somewhere - I'm going ballistic!! I was racing around, chasing things that Meowmy SAYS aren't there (though I'm sure they are!) and I'm trying to get in all the cupboards and I'm running and jumping around. It's lots of fun and it's annoying Meowmy, so I think I'll keep doing it fur a while!
While browsing one of the groups I'm in earlier, Meowmy got to thinking about Vegemite. Now she's got a craving fur it (I don't understand that - I guess it's just not a kitty food!) and she's found the Vegemite song on YouTube and has got it "stuck in her head". (You can find it HERE, in case you're interested.) With Meowmy going around the house singing all the time, it's a good thing I can get to sleep easily!
On the canine side of things, Goldie seems to have sprained her ankle or something. She is favouring her off-fore foot lately and yelps whenefur anyone touches it. Meowmy's hoping it's just a sprain that will heal itself.
Have you seen my latest picture? :D Meowmy caught me with the TV remote and her bottle of ginger beer! :r Next time I'll have to be more sneaky...
Now, I'm all tired out furom my Attack of the Zoomies, so I'm gonna beg fur some more dinner then go take a nap. And some catnip tea! =;
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LOL Samson...I do that sometimes and Mom finally figured out that I am chasing dust bunnies I see...and she thinks I have make believe friends that I play with, Well don't tell her I have two my make believe friend and Tallulah...maybe you do to!!!
Our Mietzi is the zoomie runner in the family. I'm more relaxed. She knows how to open cupboards and drawers in the bathroom too. She's smart.
Is your doggy's foot feeling better? Which one is the off-fore foot? Sorry, I don't have much experience with dogs. I don't have my own. Do I have an off-fore foot too? *Timo looks at his paws*
G'day Princess Tu Two and Timo! Timo, Booboo and I sometimes open cupboards too. The off-fore foot is an animal's front right foot. You mount a horse on their (the horse's) left side, so that's the "near" side and the opposite side (the side you don't mount on) is called the "off" side. It avoids confusion with Left and Right and it sounds better than the "port" side and "starboard". MOL`