Thursday, April 30, 2020

Adventure Thursday

So I have the Human firmly in paw and many are the evenings I make her life a living hell the tiniest bit uncomfortable if she does not allow me out into the hallway of our building to have adventures. At left, I have already been one floor up (there's another); at right, I am yearning to explore the third floor, though I know she wishes me to head into home. Which shall it be, Kitties? Which shall it be?

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

(Not Quite) Wordless Wednesday

My Human needs some toys to get her through these dull days of quarantine life, but honestly I don't feel like lending her mine. You know? 
You just can't trust that Humans are going to be careful with them. I think she might lose one and be too lazy to go find it again.

Saturday, April 11, 2020

Easter Sunday Selfie:
Hoppy Easter to Kitties and Humans!

In these very trying times, we send our best love to all of our friends, feline and human, and hope you all have a fine Easter day with lots of chocolate (humans) and toonas (kitties).

We know we have been gone for a long time, and this time she does at least have a reason. About two-and-a-half weeks ago, Yours Truly had a seizure. After lots of investigation, they have not come up with a cause, so we are proceeding cautiously. The Powers That Be say they do not want to put a kitty on meds on the basis of one incident, and I am pleased about that! I got a non-alarming bill of health, and have been fine since. I am eating like a little piglet, enjoying my playtimes, irritating the Human for sport, and sleeping like the Champ I have always been. My only real complaint is that she stares at me, and I am sure many of you older kitties understand that. It's just unnerving, isn't it?

Anyway, we're back (on our regularly irregular schedule) and hope to be around more often. (::glares at the Human::)
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Today I must say farewell to my Beloved Iza-Lambie, who slipped off to the Bridge just yesterday, leaving Mark, Marley and Ayla to comfort one another as they mourn their beautiful girl. Iza-Lambie stole this mancat's heart with her enchanting silken tum, her feisty-yet-loving nature, her gleefully mischievous plans, and of course her inner and outer beauty. I will see you again, sweet girl.
(Graphic by Ann Adamus of Zoolatry)