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Caught in the act!

June 9th 2013 2:48 pm
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Last week I was doing what any curious young Ocicat does, checking out any space I can crawl into where there is something interesting. In this case, daddy had left the top drawer in his nightstand open a bit, and since I know this is where he keeps a big stash of kitty treats, I climbed right in to see what might taste good. I was minding my own business, peacefully ripping open a nice bag of my favorite Temptations, when I was startled most unceremoniously by this very bright flash of light! I looked up, not too happy about having my quest for goodies interrupted, and then another flash! Daddy had caught me, there he was with his camera gathering evidence against me! He even added one of the pictures to this page!

After he was through documenting my attempted thievery, he did something even worse, he made me get out of the drawer (over my vociferous protests!) I suspect that in the future he is going to be more careful about keeping that drawer closed. Durn it!

I am going to have to be a much more careful kitty next time!


Our two pawed sisfur Melanie is a doctor!!!

June 9th 2013 1:44 pm
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The Pawrents left us alone for two whole days! They told us later that they were in a place called Arizona to see their human daughter Melanie receive something called a PhD. Seems she is now some kind of doctor, but not the kind that takes care of sick kitties or even sick humans. They say that she will now be teaching something called criminology at a university in a place called Reno. It gets even colder and snows more there than it does here. BRRRRR!

Melanie is very special to my sisfur Saphira and me, she is one of the nice people (along with their other daughter Nina) who gave the Pawrents the best Christmas present ever, Saphira! And they loved her so much that they wanted another Ocicat to keep her company, so they adopted another wonderful Oci, ME!

So concatulations to Dr. Mellie (as we call her around here now)!

I guess we forgive them for abandoning us, just as long as it does not happen again!


Sorry about the lapse in diary musings...

June 9th 2013 1:33 pm
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Sorry about the lapse in updating my diary musings, daddy has been kind of busy lately, so he has not been helping me tell you guys about all the happenings around here. He promises to help me catch up right away!


A late reminder...

May 28th 2013 11:12 am
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Since daddy was away most of yesterday and was not here to help with my diary, I did not get to help remember all those in our military services, two and four pawed and even some with wings, who died to win and preserve the freedoms all of us and our humans enjoy today.

Purring sadly in memory of all these heroes.


My Second Birthday Today!

May 27th 2013 11:26 pm
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I was SO excited this morning when meowmy told me it is my birthday today! I am a two year old kitten now! Then I started getting nice purresents from the other nice kitties here on Catster! And then to make my day purrfect, daddy came home today! He was away at some kind of meeting about something they call "astronomy" for the last few days. I think it has something to do with stuff like stars and the moon and planets, but kitties like me don't know too much about that, we spend our time playing fetch, chasing our other kitty friends, and of course our favorites, napping and grooming!

Thank you to all my Catster furiends for their nice gifts and birthday wishes!


Viola disappears! (Temporarily!!!)

May 6th 2013 9:21 pm
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As you furiends who have read Viola's earlier musings already know, she very much follows the Ocicat breed characteristic of following her pawrents all around the house, to the extent that one of our nicknames for her is "Shadow", for the way she shadows us. Last night she had been a bit picky about eating dinner, something very unusual for Miss Piggy, so I decided to check up on her. I went out in the hallway and called her, which usually brings her running. No Viola. I noticed the hall linen closet was slightly open (the latch is spring loaded, so a strong enough push or pull will open it), so I quickly checked the closet and no Viola. She had previously used all the nice soft bedding here as a comfy nap spot a few times. While this might not have bothered most cat pawrents, we were getting a bit concerned as this was SO unlike her. I made a few more loops around the house, and about the third time I find her in the hallway, the same one with the linen closet. We all go about our business, and about an hour later, same thing happens. I noticed that I had left that linen closet door open, so after a quick look inside, I closed it. More looking, more calling, and at this point meowmy and daddy are really getting concerned, again because this had never happened in the five months Viola had been in our family. I was standing in the hallway wondering where to look next when I heard a faint scratching from that durn linen closet. I open the door and out pops our little overgrown spotted kitten, as if nothing had happened! Daddy should have remembered how much she loves to snuggle UNDER the covers, I am sure that is what she was doing there.

Maybe daddy needs to put some real doorknobs and latches on our closet doors... or else train Saphira to be a search cat?


Viola and Saphira found a new way to wake up the pawrents!

April 21st 2013 8:47 pm
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Well, our four pawed alarm clocks found a new way to wake us up this morning, and they were at the other end of the house at the time! Our house has a security system, which we normally do not have activated when we are home, although meowmy sometimes does have the door/window sensors on when she is home alone. Even when the system is disarmed, we still get a triple beep on the control pad in our bedroom whenever any of the door or windows opens or when one of the glass break detectors, one each in the living and family rooms, activates. About six this morning the triple beep went off, waking both of the humans. I found both of the house felines in the living room, with doors and windows secure. Nothing was broken, but in the past the glass break detectors have triggered on something as small as a key dropped on the tile in the entry. Exactly HOW Saphira and Viola managed to wake us up will probably always remain a mystery, because so far neither of them is talking.


Viola the alarm kitty!

April 9th 2013 2:53 am
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I am usually very good about sleeping in with my pawrents and my sisfur Saphira, but some days I wake up a bit early and really feel like a very playful kitty. I was that way this morning, and woke up before anyone else. First thing I did was to drag a small rug that I usually use to sharpen my claws on across the room, making a lot of noise in the process. Then I started playing with one of my favorite toys, one of those thingies with a little ball inside a circular tunnel that I can bat around. This one is really cool, the ball chirps like a birdie whenever I move it. I thought it would be more fun to bat that ball around on the floor, so I, being a very smart and curious kitty, managed to get the ball out of that tunnel and had a lot of fun playing with it before daddy got up and put it back inside the tunnel and put an end to my fun. I gave up sadly and curled up in bed with daddy and went back to sleep. Already planning my next morning playtime!


We had snow! New thing for me... It's cool!

February 22nd 2013 11:01 am
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Tuesday night meowmy called to daddy and told him to bring the kids (us!) to the living room right away. We all trotted in there and meowmy was looking out the window. It was kind of hard to see since it was dark, but it was all white outside. Daddy said it was something called snow. He opened the front door to take a peek outside, and I saw my chance to go try to go get a look for myself. I tried to slip out the open door (remember that I am an indoor kitty, and I am imprisoned here 24/7), but got caught as daddy was closing it and had to back out quickly. In daddy's defense, he did not see me trying to sneak out, I move really fast and am a stealth kitty. We all went to bed, and in the morning we all went back to the living room to see all these white flakes falling, daddy said it was snowing! It really looked nice, and with the sunlight we could see that everything around was white, even our cars (the ones they use to take us for our pawdicures) were covered with it too. I sat on my favorite kitty tree by the window, and daddy took some pictures of me looking out at the pretty scene, and he also went outside and took some of me looking out at him and the snow. Daddy will try to post some of them here, but lately Catster seems to have fleas that keep him from being able to post cute pictures of us. I REALLY wanted to go out and play in the snow, but it all melted and went away.


The mystery of the expanding fuzzy mouse population...

February 15th 2013 2:26 am
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Saphira and Viola's dad again, adding the same entry to both diaries since I am not sure who is responsible, quite possibly both are involved. I think we have mentioned (multiple times!) how much both of our spotted girls love to play fetch, and how we keep a stash of fuzzy mice on our bed where they are easily available to toss for them to retrieve. They usually toss them around a bit for themselves before they return them to us. The both also sometimes pick them up from the bed and take them to other parts of the house to play with. Over time we have bought dozens of mice, at least fifty or more, but due to the way some of them get stolen and hidden, we were down to about a dozen on our bed. For some reason, over the last week they have suddenly started reappearing! The count went from 12 to 14 to 16 and finally peaked at 21. The number is down a bit, but I really think it is kind of cute how they are returning their toys now. Meowmy says that having two Ocicats is like having a couple of two year olds. Not quite, when our kids were two they NEVER picked up their toys without being told, many times!

As we started saying soon after Saphira (our first Ocicat ever) joined us, she is probably the most interactive and amusing feline we have ever met, and two of them are even more so. They are both just absolute joys!

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