February 25th 2012 11:44 pm
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Meowmy is furry sad right now. First of all, two of our kitty-friends went to the Rainbow Bridge this week—my sisfur Clara's boyfuriend, Fuzz, and Annabella, a rescue furbling of Russel.
But now the sadness has hit here at home. I was diagnosed today with Feline AIDS. You see, I love the outdoors—that's where I came from, and that's where my heart is. Well, sometime in the past year, I must have been bitten by an infected kitty. So now I have FIV. Fortunately, I am still otherwise healthy, so I might be around for quite awhile yet. Please don't cry Meowmy.
August 20th 2008 9:57 pm
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I’ve been tagged by my orangie pal Pumpkin Puss to play this fun game.
1. What is your favorite Olympic sport?
Gymnastics. I like to watch the humans contort and stretch themselves into positions that only kitties should be able to do!
2. Which do you prefer—summer or winter?
Definitely winter. Summer in Los Angeles is too hot! It makes me tired. But winter is pretty nice, except when it rains.
3. What is the quirkiest thing you do?
Sometimes I do the “gopher trick,” where I sit up on my hind legs & meow pathetically, because I want some action NOW!
4. Do you have a crush on any other kitties?
Definitely not! I remain aloof and in charge. However, when I come in from the outdoors, Belle usually checks me over, and sometimes she nuzzles me. I let her do it.
5. What is your favorite rosie or zealie, and why?
I like the rainbow stars the best. They are colorful and pretty, and I love that they last forever on my page. I like to revisit the kitties who gave them to me.
Now I tag:
May 28th 2008 1:01 am
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Last week, meowmy saw the colleague who took our feathered-friend, Hannah, under her wing (so to speak!). Hannah the Hen, who is now fondly called Hannah Banana, is doing very well in her new home. Hannah spent the first 5 days at her new home in a cage within the chicken compound. Two aggressive hens tried to peck her through the cage, but Hannah stood up to them. When Hannah was finally let out of the cage, the aggressive hens again tried to peck her, but she continued to stand up for herself. Eventually everyone left each other alone, and nobody got hurt. Hannah is now completely assimilated into her new chicken family! Hurrah for Hannah!
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