Thursday, November 3, 2011

El Dìa de Los Muertos


I gave the Human permission to post this on my blog today, but only because William was bummed that he did not get to have a Dìa de Los Muertos altar at his house. This was the one at my Human's school Wednesday.

P.S. Furiends: I got an email from a Kitteh who has trouble commenting when 'word verification' is turned on, and who wanted to leave a comment here but couldn't because of the verification. I *thought* it was turned OFF on my blog. Could you tell me if you have to go through word verification to leave a comment here? Thanks, Kitties!

PPS:  Fanks, efurrybuddy for the info! It all seems straightened out now!

28 comments:

  1. Oh my, that is quite a fancy ofrenda! I'm glad to see somebody is on the ball. Thanks to your human for posting this.

    I don't think I have to do the w.v., but I'll let you know if I do after this.

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  2. That's very elaborate, the altar. At least we think so, not having much knowledge of them!

    We don't think we have to do the word verification, either.

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  3. Okay, we definitely do NOT have to do word verification! :-)

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  4. The Mexican zombie cat, HHGutt, is impressed. Now I think "he" wants to, you know, go out with you too. Everyone needs a little stunning kitteh in their lives so I, too, spread the love around.

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  5. By the way, does your human eat that "bread of the dead" too that they sell around here? And, er, not word verification.

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  7. Spitty, here's hoping that I don't have to do word verification either! That human of mine is so useless at times! Fancy a ttrade in? At least yours has all her parts actually working!

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  8. Oh! Day of the Dead! Did yous get skull cookies?
    And we missed seeing a picture of yous...even though we LOVES your new header!

    Kisses
    Nellie

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  9. Spitty, we think that altar looks GREAT! How wonderful to honor all the bugs and spiders and mousies and burdies...

    ::crunch crunch::

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  10. Very nice altar, great way to teach kids about history, saints and celebrations.

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  11. Nope..no word verification. Spitty..um..I saw what you said to CK. I shan't wring my paws over you then.

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  12. That is a cool bunch of stuff! No word verification either!

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  13. That's an altar that deserves a 2nd look! We'll bet we won't need a word verification to post this (but if we do, we'll let you know).

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  14. Whoa! Way cool!

    And thanks for turning the word verification off. That thing is more trouble than it's worth.

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  15. I wish my human would set up a Day of the Dead altar here - we would have so much fun jumping on it and knocking everything off!

    Nope, no word verification - maybe Blogger thinks there is something funky with the commenter's IP address?

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  16. Or maybe they don't have a Blogger account - another thought. It's possible someone who doesn't may have a different commenting experience from those of us who do.

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  17. Hmmm,,,seeing if I have to do the captcha thingy...

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  18. No word verifications, I don't think I've seen it.

    Emma and Buster

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  19. Lots of things need whiffin and investigatin at that altar. Too bad you don't haf one at home.

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  20. WE have seen word verification in some time on your blog (thank you!!!) and don't quite understand why someone would think otherwise???

    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥

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  21. Well, let's check that werd verification...

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  22. Whoa, Spitty! That's a lot of los muertos there!!

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  23. You gotta a lotta deads there, Spitty. How many were your kills?

    Taffy and Laura

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