The musings of Spitty the Kitty
Oh - I can see this as the beginning of a profound and enlightening series of posts, Spitty. The collection will, in time, become one for the ages. You pick the quotes, then adopt the pose and the Human can be in charge of photography and publishing. Looking forward to more along these lines.MeganSydney, Australia
Very, very wise.It however is also necessary to shut out the rest of the world as it can just be irritating.
That's true. That's why my human made plans to get out of the U.S. weeks ago. Problem solved.
Very true, but not as easy to follow ;)Purrs Georgia and Julie,Treasure and JJ
Love you Spitty. But you already are well aware of that I know. xoxo
Can cats worry, Spitty? I never see wrinkles on your forehead...
Very wise words.
You look like you are sleeping on a cloud with not a worry in the world.
We'll see Spitty. Dad asked us to call Ceiling Cat and ask for assistance.Emma and Buster
We are just going to sit here and admire the handsomeness of your ebony furs in the sunlight.
I hate to contradict the worthy Dalai Lama, but my person has found that worrying helps her work her way through the possible flow-chart problems that might occur, and plan possible responses . . . or preventions. She has found this very useful, in the past, to position herself so that when a foreseen problem occurs, she's elsewhere. Since this keeps chow in the bowl, I just try to purr and help keep her worrying at a productive level.
You are in a zen position Spitola.
Yes, that is wise Spitty.
Well, that seems rather prophetic! XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty may, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo
Leave me a meow or a hiss; I don't mind a hiss or two. . . or even a bitey.