Sunday, November 30, 2008
Saturday, November 29, 2008
My dear humans, I would like to receive:
1. A whole salmon. (Smoked, if possible.)
2. Ten kilos of catnip. (What cat wouldn't want that?!)
3. No more hairballs. (No explanation nessecary.)
4. Expensive designer cat booties. (So I can dirty them in one trip to the box.)
5. A chicken pen. (Full of flightless chickens.)
My gift shopping list for my humans:
1. Presents in the box. (A gift they get year long!)
2. Purrs and headbutts. (My happiness is their happiness.)
3. Cuddles! (A great benefit of having humans!)
Snowee, gearing up for the holidays
Friday, November 28, 2008
Tinsel is like a million tiny strings together, waiting for my sister and I to spread them around the house. How excited my humans must be!
My sister, Snowee, posing by our tiny tree.
I've heard about cats climbing Christmas trees around this time of year. My humans only have a tiny tree, so I have yet to experience the joy of toppling over a tree. I have heard my humans talk about getting a regular-sized tree this year! (They think I can't understand them! If I couldn't, would I be able to write a blog entry?) My hope to break a few ornaments is kindled! Hoorah!
Last year; My first Christmas.
Simba, lovin' the holiday season
Thursday, November 27, 2008
Aaah, turkeys. Birds of no flight. You know what would be so totally, flat out, extremely awesome? If all birds didn't fly. That would make my bird watching expeditions so much easier. A lot more fun, too.
I didn't watch those parakeet birdies that live in my home today. I was too busy watching the turkey sitting on the table. You know how big the turkey was in comparison to my tiny parakeets?
Simba doesn't care much for birds. Isn't that so weird? He's way into flies though.
I'm thankful for flightless birds, my fish, my cat chow, and my new blog.
Snowee, on the prowl for turkeys