Feline Friday Fillins

P11709981. My favorite subject in school was reading because it purrvides information on all sorts of topics.

2. An extracurricular activity I participated in was purrjects … usually science purrjects … right now, my main purrject is my ‘nip patch.13227873_10206317397629834_1886694223_n

3. I want to learn where I can find a schematic for that time machine Master Munchkin and I have been building… we hope to go back to the Jurassic Age to get dinosaur eggs… If you’ve watched the documentaries, you’ll realize that it isn’t wise to try and create dinosaur DNA… We are certain that going back to get the real thing is the right course.purrwings

4. It takes courage to step into the unknown.

This post is purrticipating in a blog hop hosted by 15andmeowing Fourleggedfurballs.Yesterday, they asked these fourfill-intheblank questions:

1. My favorite subject in school was _______________.

2. An extracurricular activity I participated in was purrwing__________________________.

3. I want to learn _________.

4. It takes courage to _________.

Btw, you can answer the questions, too. If you don’t want to write a blog post, you can simply answer in the comments section. Have a great day!C7Ogl7eXgAIKZSw

This post is also purrticipating in Comedy Plus’s Feline Friday blog hop.

 

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61 thoughts on “Feline Friday Fillins

  1. Thank you for participating in the fill-ins, great answers. Reading is most important. Good luck with the time machine. I don’t think I would want to travel back that far, I would try the 1940’s.
    Have a nice weekend! XO

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    1. Ms. Sandee, I’m glad you like my answers… #4 baffled me, as did #2, since cat school is different AND I home school Master Munchkin, so I reverted to the basic cat-code that ‘honesty is the best policy’ and attempted to be a purrcise as possible. >^.^<

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  2. L.M.G. Miller

    Thank you for participating in the Friendly Fill-Ins, Purrseidon! Your #1 is purrfect. We love adopting books. And we think you’re really on to something with that time machine! Happy Friday!

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    1. Meowser, I think Master Munchkin and I are onto an amazing plan, too…. Our biggest problem is that we can’t find a schematic for a time machine and drafting our own is incredibly complex. >^.^<

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    1. Meowser! That’s the one Master Munchkin wants most!!! We began this projects months and months ago, but have been stuck… M was still alive when we began and pointed out that chickens (M’s favorite food) are modern-day T-Rex….. >^.^<

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      1. portapatetcormagis

        I’ve heard that, too.
        And I saw many chicken in my life. But none of them appeared a hungry as those T-Rexes I saw on TV (never met one in real life, though sometimes I feel old enough).
        I re-watched Jurrasic World just the other day. Master Munchkin must be a very brave young man if he wants a pet T-Rex O.O

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      2. I’ve only put three in pots, which I can bring inside for purrtection, but my ‘nip patch is rather large. I’m planning to offer any excess to Ms. Kiara, who was kind enough to give me the ‘nip and catgrass seeds…. and the honeysuckle plant for M’s grave, too. She’s a very, very generous human, whose own purrsonal garden is amazing!

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      3. portapatetcormagis

        I’m a little envious. We don’t have a garden and every plant that comes to my care starts wilting away within a few weeks :-/

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      4. I have learned that I must research each new type of plant to see what it likes: wet/dry; sun/shade and so forth… I’m very proud of my success, thus far. >^.^<

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      5. portapatetcormagis

        That’s great! I just can’t remember all that and didn’t want to try over and over again. I’ve killed enough innocent plants

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      6. portapatetcormagis

        Plants in my care have to be able to care with draughts and floods alike.
        But I think part of the problem is the house itself. It is an old house with smallish windows and not too much daylight.
        I took two plants to the office and they started to grow and look beautiful now.

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      7. portapatetcormagis

        I’ve tried that. Didn’t work out too well. I am quite happy without plants in the house. I enjoy them outside where they belong 🙂

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      8. portapatetcormagis

        That’s a good solution, methinks 🙂 As we don’t have garden, terrace or balcony (living in a historic town center), we are enjoying other people’s gardens without having to care for. I guess your garden would be of the enjoyable sort 😉

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      9. I like our garden. The other side of the back fence is a bird sanctuary, but we hardly saw any birds last year – humans sprayed poison to kill zika mosquitoes…. Many are back this year, so I’ve had my staff put up some feeders – I love watching the birds. >^.^<

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      10. portapatetcormagis

        Bird watching is a great passtime. I’m glad that they came back.
        Just yesterday I saw a sparrowhawk (?) and two crows chasing each other. Great sight!

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      11. Meowser, we had a crow land in our back yard… our pair of sparrows took great offense to this, so they teamed up to deal with that invader…. The first one swooped and the crow ducked, but the second on hit the crow so hard that it rolled four times… It was an amazing bird-watching moment!!! >^.^<

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      12. I completely agree and don’t know why so many humans put so much importance on that silly TV … the back yard is much more interesting. As I type, the sparrows are giving William Snakespear what-for… this happens every day and soon Snakespear will start running for his life. >^.^<

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      13. portapatetcormagis

        Snakes are animals we don’t have. There are some living here but they’re so rare, I’ve never seen one. It would be amazing so see a snake in the great outdoors.

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      14. We spend most of our day on the catio, though we can go in and out whenever we please. We’ve even had our housekeeper install a 2nd ‘box’ on the catio, which is very convenient.

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      15. portapatetcormagis

        Asian ancestors or sabre-tooth ancestors 😉
        Thinking about how much you like fish, could there be a basilodon in your family ;-D

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    1. Meowser, Mr. David, I’m very happy to learn that you also love reading. We have all sorts of books here – everything from simple ones for children to highly technical ones…. Fiction and non-fiction…. Everyone has their purrsonal favorites. >^.^<

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    1. Squirrels are scary, too, but I think a lot of that is because I don’t know what they will do… I suspect some eat cat, though Mr. M always told me it was the other way around. >^.^<

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      1. Squirrels can be very unpredictable. Sometimes I am positive they are going to jump on me when I’m out back, but so far, so good on that. 🙂 I suppose it is possible that one could eat a cat, but I’ve never heard of, nor seen, one doing it.
        Have a blessed weekend. 🙂

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      2. Ms. Suzanne, it is very reassuring to know you’ve never heard of one eating a cat…. I didn’t think much about squirrels until a couple years ago when we went to a nearby park… It was summer, so ‘snow birds’ were long gone and my family was the only ones at the park… I was having a wonderful time until I realized that several squirrels were converging on us and they were starving…. It was terrifying. >^.^<

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