Wednesday, March 2, 2011

(Almost) Wordless Wednesday

There is a time for many words, and there is also a time for sleep.
(Homer, The Odyssey)

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  1. We prefer sleeping! Love how you're all stretched out and hanging over like that, Spitty.

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  2. Damn, Spittolicious, that's deep. The only Homer we ever quote around here is Homer Simpson.

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  3. WOOO WOOOOOO!You look studilicious!!!♥♥♥ (the key is under the mat)

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  4. Stetched and Nap in the same time ! That's wicked skill : )
    Have a great great day , Spitty

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  5. Ahhhh yesss; sleep time is best.


    xoxo
    Ms. Stella O'Houligan

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  6. Spitty, ladycats want you, mancats want to be you...you erudite STUD!

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  7. I don't remember reading that in his book... oh, wait a minute, I'm thinking of Homer the blind CAT's book!

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  8. Sleep that knits up the ravelled sleave of care
    The death of each day's life, sore labour's bath
    Balm of hurt minds, great nature's second course,
    Chief nourisher in life's feast.
    ~William Shakespeare, Macbeth

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  9. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.....I agree...sleep sounds wonderful!

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  10. Looks like sleep wins this time....

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  11. Truer words never said, Spitty! You look very content in your cozy cat tree (is that what you'd call it?)

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  12. Wow, Spitty-the-Kitty, you are a well read kitty boy! You are looking very plush today, too! Our mom hasn't been letting us visit or blog much lately, but your last message to us got to her. It's so very sweet of you and your human to check up on us! We've been very good to our mom (well, I, Zoe, have had my moments, but I'll let my mom share those in another blog post). We're all doing fine - our mom just has stuff to catch up on. Can you believe her work and the shelter take priority over our blog??

    Love, Fuzzy and Zoe

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  13. Sleeping is VERY important. Possibly the most important thing you can do.

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