Feline Friday Fillins

1.This was a very good year …. I know many of you humans will disagree because you look at things in the human way, not the feline purrspective, but I’ve had my munchkins home for months and I’m again snoopervising the education of both instead of them going off to school and me missing them.

2. Whenever I hear lies, I look at the liar and narrow my eyes. Did a lot of that at the TV last night… the staff watched the debate and those two females seemed to make up ‘facts” as well as keep purrpetuating lies. For instance, even after three YEARS, they insist on twisting what Purrsident Trump said about Charlottesville …. if you don’t believe me, watch this clip starting at the one minute mark, when he gets to that topic, but you can find plenty of other examples of the him saying and doing things that prove this:

3. I look forward to decorating for this time of year.

4. Chucky creeps me out…. thankfully, he won’t be back this year… traditionally, he turned up at Halloween, but I ripped him to pieces last year.

This post is hosted by Ms. Ellen of 15 and meowing and Ms. Lorianne of Fourleggedfurballs. Yesterday, they asked these questions. (Ms. Ellen asked the first two fill-in-the-blank questions and Ms. Lorianne the later two – our answers are underlined.) If you don’t want to write a blog post, you can simply answer in the comments section. These were the original questions:

1. ___________was a very good year

2. Whenever I _____________________, I __________________.

3. I look forward to _________ this time of year.

4. _________ creeps me out.

This post is also purrticipating in Comedy Plus’s Feline Friday Blog Hop.

Have a great day!

16 thoughts on “Feline Friday Fillins

    1. Ms. Mimi, Master Munchkin was still my student…. but Ms. Munchkin was taken away when she began high school. This is insulting, but she likes music and claims I’m not an adequate purrfessor.
      Purrseidon

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  1. 15andmeowing

    Thank you for participating in the fill-ins, great answers. I feel bad for all who have died from COVID, but I prefer being home and not having to go to any events/parties. Plus I am homeschooling my great niece for preschool twice a week. Good for you tearing up the Chucky doll. 🙂 XO

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  2. You and I know the media is handing out misinformation and have since Trump threw his hat in the ring. It’s a shame. The left used to be a wonderful group of folks and now most seem so radical and they hate America. Sad.

    Chucky scared me to death. Shred him whenever you find him.

    Thank you for joining the Feline Friday Blog Hop.

    Have a purrfect Feline Friday and weekend. Big hug. ♥

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    1. Meow-meow Ms. Sandee, I think the media skewed the information for years, but we didn’t realize it until an ‘outsider’ became president and they got so angry that they exposed themselves…. I’m thinking previous purrsidents collaborated with them.
      Purrseidon

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  3. L.M.G. Miller

    Thank you for joining in on the Friendly Fill-Ins, Purrseidon! Your answers are purrfect. We can see how this is a wonderful year for you, having your humans under your care and tutelage. You at least certainly won’t be raising any liars. And well done on ridding yourself of Chucky! We love Halloween, but no thanks to Chucky. Purrs!

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    1. Meowser Ms. Lorianne, shredding Chucky was the highlight of my life – I faced my terror and won!!!! And Chucky wasn’t nearly as much of a foe in reality as he was in my mind.
      Oh, and thank your for hosting this blog hop.
      Purrseidon

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    1. I made purrticularly sure to remove the batteries, so the motion-activated horror couldn’t fight back… After 3 years of being terrorized by him, it was very liberating to face my fears and win.
      Purrseidon

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    1. Meowser Kosmo dear brofur. How are things in Finland? I hear that Sweden is purrfectly fine, did your country chose that plan or did they take the more dictatorial approach? Here, in Florida, our governor had counties decide what was best for them, so we’ve been back to normal (except for both munchkins now being homeschooled) but it is possible that some areas might not have the same situation as we do.
      Purrseidon

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      1. The situation is bad now, because the virus is spreading like a forest fire now. Big cities have different rules, here in the countryside life looks quite normal, we have a recommendation to use masks outside, and is hospitals we have to use masks. Restaurants are ordered to close at 11 pm at this area. Next week we will have new orders, the government is worried, because spreading is so fast now, especially in schools, universities and in all gatherings.
        Kosmo

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      2. Kosmo dear brofur, front line doctors say that 200 mg of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) every 3 days and zinc on a daily basis will prevent this. I don’t know how your pharmacies work and/or if you need a prescription (in Panama, all one need to do is tell a pharmacist what they want — except for narcotics, you can get anything. Here, prescriptions are required, but it isn’t expensive.
        Purrseidon

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      3. The countries which are using HCQ early have the least problems … as I hear it, this is also effective for colds and the flu.
        Purrseidon, who snoopervised mom when she was researching … Years ago, she wrote some portions of the pharmacy and therapeutic sections of Fairbanks Memorial Hospitals JCHA manual. … loads of research were required and it got her hooked on the topic.

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