From Fang Shui by Catfucious, Peter Pauper Press, 2002.
As you can see I am on the move. If she doesn't like what I do, I will pack up and leave the room. If you look behind me it appears that something is knocked over.
I would like to mention a new kittie blogger, Henry Helton. He just started blogging and was hoping that lots of kitties will come and read his blog. Happy to help out and introduce you Henry! Welcome.
Last night the counter on the blog passed 25,000! Mum checked a little before 10 PM local time and we were at 24,996. That is when she put up the post about 25,000. Lin and the Furkids were the ones to post, but they don't have a blog. They said to give it to one of my regular readers. But we checked back a bit later, the counter was already up to 25,010 and no one else had left a comment that they just missed it.
Mum will be making an executive decision, consulting with me of course, on what we will do. Stay tuned!
For Flower Friday mum's other two poppies finally bloomed. The first one is a little bit lighter than the first ones. The third even lighter and it is a petite plant too. She took some pictures yesterday morning and a few again in the evening.
All three plants together. The first one has pretty much lost all of its petals already. But then it has been windy here the past few days.
The last of the pee-o-knee to bloom. This one is a darker pink and is just outside of mum's bedroom window.Here you can see she just plopped down at mum's feet, even though mum was on the other side of the fence. Mum says she is furiendly and would let her pet her and the woofie licked her hand. As long as she stays on her side of the fence I am content.
I will also introduce you to my new neighbor even if it is a woofie. This is Snickers and she is a mix of a Golden Retriever and Poodle. Guess they consider this a Golden Doodle. Mum says this is the bestest picture she got. Snickers is five months old and will be a big woofie as mum says her paws are huge.
Lots of bad weather on Thursday so hope all of our furiends are OK. There were some purrty bad storms however where mum and Grampie lived before. The place they went to visit. The news thing said parts of the area had hail the size of softballs. Also that tornadoes damaged homes. We hope the none of their furiends had damage.