Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Therapeutic Thursday


Ha! Well, complaining is therapeutic for me anyway, and frankly that's what matters the most, isn't it? 
The Human's still hacking and generally making herself annoying. I am staying strictly out of the way, though I have not been planted on this chair for the full 48 hours since last we posted. 
I get around, yes I do, but I try to stay out from underfoot. A wise kitty knows when to keep a low profile.

P.S. Evidently, there's something amiss with her vision as well, because WTF was she thinking when she was playing around with the hue and saturation in this picture?

31 comments:

  1. Stay away from her germans. I don’t want you getting sick. Pop over later. I gave you a shout out and there’s a stunning bikini shot.

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  2. I hope your human feels better soon. It must be awful having to deal with her stumbling around, being sick!

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  3. We mentioned pitiful last time. We've downgraded out assessment to FRAIL. Or FAIL.

    One of those.

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  4. Yeah, let us guess - you only moved to empty out and refill. There's good shelter under that table, so it's a wise move.

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  5. It's compassionate of you to be so thoughtful and patient for your human to get better.

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  6. I am so very sorry that your human is sick. Many goat hugs from here at the farm. I hope she feels better soon and they you get all the attention you deserve

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  7. And you are a very wise kitty.

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  8. Another eight days, friend, another eight days. That whole a-cold-is-gone-in-ten-days myth works when you're about Izzy's age. You're right to stay clear.

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  9. I'd probably be standin on her and meowin.

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  10. Staying out of their way when they're sickly is a good plan. Humans can be so dramatic. We hope she feels better soon so she can return to worshiping you appropriately.

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  11. Hoping your human recovers fully soon so she can wait on you hand and foot.

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  12. Humans with runny noses will drip on cat fur! Stay away, Spitty...stay away!

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  13. It's better to be the invisible hero when you have humans around what are not well... :o)

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  14. Good to stay low when sick humans are around......definitely!

    Hugs, Sammy

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  15. dood...if yur mom taked R add vize N picked up sum grazz...N her buyed grazz frum ******

    thatz why yur fotoz all funkee....we toll her never ta buy grazz frum ******* but ta get her product
    frum ******* !

    hope yur week oh end bee filled with sea bass shrimp & sardeenz ♥

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  16. You need to keep an eye on her Spitty.

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  17. Good choice, Spitty. You don't want to catch those human germs, right?

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  18. Well Spitty yous do look quite handsum.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi n Lexi

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  19. Sick Humans is actually nice! They is furry nice and warm and they is so furry grateful when yous cuddles up to them (for the heat) and throws in a purr and yous gets extra treats!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  20. Spitty, you need to brave the germs so you can purr and cuddle your mom back to health.

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  21. The sickness affected her colour sense we guess ;/
    Hope she is better soon!
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure and JJ

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  22. Best keep your head down when they are like that, Spitty!!

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  23. HAH! TW used the auto tone and auto color. Sometimes they turn me GREEN!

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  24. Hehehe, you are a little "off color" OMC I hope she isn't rabid!!!!!

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  25. We think your mom was trying to make that little sliver of eye that says, "go away and leave me alone" really show up. Hope Mom feels better soon and things get beck t normal. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  26. EWWWW, humans with GERMS. That's almost as bad as COOTIES. ~ Faraday

    We do send her healing purrs though and are so sorry she's under the weather. ~ Maxwell

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