Monday, May 17, 2021

Mini-ManCat Monday

Your first cat's job is to train you well for all the others who will follow.

I think Derby did a good job of training up mum. She knows how to give good scritches, cuddles, pets. Feeds me good stuff and plays well with me. 

 Me and mum had a quiet weekend. She got going early on Caturday to get out and get gasoline for the grass eater, then finish getting the grass shortened in the back. It was supposed to rain early but it didn't rain until late afternoon. So mum rushed and she didn't have to. 

Today she says she is going out to buy flowers for the baskets in the front of the house. Maybe a few other things as well. Depends on what she finds that looks good and what will be good in our garden. 

The weather guessers say it is supposed to get much warmer, so lots of open windows for me. 

Have a wonderful week everyone!


  1. Yep - I think you've got yourself a very well trained one there Ducky.

    Sydney, Australia

  2. Ducky, yes, we agree...Celestial Chuck and Angel were are trainer cats; now, The Hubby and I have lots of knowledge under our belts. I miss them, however, as much as I adore Sweetie, Da Boyz, and The PO'M.

  3. Each of my 3 have been so different that the only thing my Angel Bobo prepared me for was petting, playing, food.......well, I guess he prepared me for a lot! lol

  4. We agree Ducky, you're a lucky cat. Purrs

  5. dood....we hope mum can getz sum flowerz at a good price.....YEOWZEERZ if round heer the price iz like: CA CHING ~~~~~~~

  6. I'm glad you're getting the Royal treatment Sir Ducky!

  7. Yes, Derby did a very good job training your mum.

  8. Yeah, it’s supposed to get really warm here too. I love having the windows opened! ~Ernie

  9. We love window whiffies too.

  10. It sounds like you and mum had a busy weekend together. We are starting to get the warm weather here also looking like a week or so in the 80s. Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful rest of your week.
    World of Animals Rittenhouse


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