This post is purrticipating in The Cat on My Head’s Sunday Selfies Blog Hop – to see what some of our furiends are doing this weekend please, click here and visit our dear furiends, The Kitties Blue, as well as other Easter Sunday hoppers.
Easter means gifts.
I don’t know which munchkin left a water paddle in the chicken coop. but that is not where it belongs OR where they are supposed to be sleeping.
Ginger is the one in the back, Baby is the white one you can’t see really, Sporty is the white one glaring, and Posh is the one you see the back of. Ms. Munchkin named them after the band the Spice Girls… ’cause chicken and spices and they are all girls (or better be.)… I don’t know where Tori was…
Now getting back to those gifts… Katsu and I traded my dream catcher for his house
because Katsu decided he didn’t trust it so, I very generously gave him my dream catcher.
Pawsephone loves her unicorn.
Saphera took her sheep outside and avoided the camera…. she is known for this. Saphera has a big Lamb Chop and I have a small one… we both love them.
& now from our dear tom-furiend in Ohio:
Since having a house, I’ve realized we furry friends inspire our folks. I know I’ve inspired Ma. She has a book outlined on teaching dogs words. My spirit Collies knew more than 200 or 300 words, Ma says to people animals. Then she realized how many words I learned quickly. Of course, my name came first. But when she’s ready to close the door to the back porch, she calls me and says, We’re closing up shop! I then know it’s time to come in. Generally I come unless it is warmer and I’m happy in my chair. Then I just give her my stubborn look and stare, saying, Do I have to come yet? Then she says it again in a different tone and away I go with her. This is why Ma gave me a play area in the school house and I love my toys and doggie toys. I know them. Squirrel is a toy for the squirrels outside. She repeats it. Now I’m learning right and left, straight ahead, go around. Ma uses the laser and Mr Little Bug to teach me. She is using the same toy techniques she used with my Collie spirits. I’ve been promoted! Her book will include dogs AND cats! Ah, people animals are so primitive, saying we can’t learn language and are not that intelligent. We’re smarter than humans most of the time. Ma tells me all the time how smart I am, ever since I first arrived and showed off how I could separate three lines of twisted twine rope that’s braided by three strings of twine. I’d stack them together in a line. She and her friends were amazed. It’s been tough to teach her my cat language sometimes, but she’s coming along well. She was a teacher and I’m her student now. My Ma’s photo. I love photos. Love and website hugs!!!