January 15th 2010 1:58 am
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I thought I better write my rant so I can let my mates know I haven't melted away. It's been really hot over the last week so all I did was sit in front of the air con or mum's bedroom that I happen to share with her. Mum says she's stopped calling it her room a long time ago and started to call it our room. We have the coolest room in the house it sure comes in handy when it hot but it not very nice when it's cold.
I am going to start a occasional just wondering part of my rant to keep things interesting. I have a chair outside and do a lot of thinking and I will write about some of the things that I sometimes wonder about.
Here is my first just wondering. My mum and I end the day at Pie's breakfast club and mum has two glasses of milk while she's typing for me. She's been told it's good for her weak bones.
Why don't I end my day with a bowl of milk cats and milk are suppose to go together. Do any of my mates get milk? I've never tried it and was wondering what it tastes like and why mum loves it so much.
I'm sending sun to all my mates who need it as we have nice warm at the moment and I've read a lot of mates diaries and they are saying it's cold and snowing. I'm sending it express post so it should reach you all in the next few days.
I hope this rant finds all my mates and their families happy and healthy and please spare some purrs for those kitties that are sick and doing it tough.
Purrs and hugs your Aussie mate
Ka - zar
Occasionally Mummy lets us have the special cats' milk. We love it but she doesn't buy it very often. She says we are spoiled because we get to drink pure tank water here. Hmm - think the milk sounds better.
Good question, Ka - Zar! Mom does the same thing, drinks milk in the evening while at the 'puter, and I always stick my face in her glass and steal a few licks. She tells me that the milk she drinks is said not to be good for kitties. Straight from the cow is o.k. but once the humans pasteurize it, it's said it can cause our bellies to become upset. It's probably much the same as being lactose intolerant and probably some kitties can drink milk with no problems while others cannot. Goats milk is said to be better for us, but mom rarely buys any of that. Humph! So I'll just have to keep on stealing a few licks here and there from her glass of milk. :) Stay cool & we'll be watching for that sunshine! :)
~hugs & luv~
Oh Ka-zar, milk is the yummiest stuff ever. There's a huge lake of it up here! Take a video of you drinking it but be careful, some furs are lactose intolerant.
I was gonna say what Muppet said... only I probably wouldn't have said it as well! ;~)