I forgot to have Ms. Munckin snap a picture of me reading …. Um an FYI, I share my cell phone with her and she took it to school. However, I will get photos of me to add when possible. However, I then realized Mom’s phone was still here.
Anyway, back to I am NOT a Skunk. This is Ms. Ellen’s new book and it’s about my furiend, Ms. Emmy, who was abandoned and had the dreadful misfortune of being mistaken for a skunk! Can you imagine such a double whammy?
The bestest news is that Ms. Ellen has set up an Amazon giveaway, so you might be able to get a free copy – enter a.s.a.p. because it ends on the 24th! I hope you clicked on the link and get entered!
BTW, Katsu loves Ms. Emmy’s story, too.
Katsu and I think Ms. Emmy is beautiful and can’t believe she was mistaken for a skunk!
This post is purrticipating in Comedy Plus’s Awww Monday Blog Hop.
Happy Easter, dear furiends!
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
Oh Meow is me, being a mother hen is distracting… exhausting… messy, too! The chicks got nip everywhere. Thankfully, it was some old nip that had been forgotten on the bookshelf…. Fureiends, I know many of you have the ‘nip gene’ so you probably can’t imagine how Katsu and I could possibly forget a bag of nip, but neither of us have that gene, so we don’t crave it.
Anyway, getting back to my latest unexpected event, CP & DD (actually DD was probably the leader, she’s quite the little leader – smart, too – even seems to have learned to come when the chef calls her. Sorry for digressing. They climbed up me, hopped off my shoulder and landed on to the shelf …. Since they didn’t look like they’d fall, I didn’t pay attention to what they were doing… That was my mistake. They found the old nip, then managed to open the bag. My nose advised me of this about the point in time when I realized it was raining nip… A most unexpected occurrance!
In fact, I think it is safe to call this a catastrophe.
I don’t think they actually ate any which is good, because I don’t know if ‘nip is good for baby birds. For sure, they had a lot of fun making the mess. Eventually they settled into a cozy spot and fell asleep
It has been swept up and is going to the garden for compost. The chicks seemed to like playing in it though and I will never forget seeing ‘nip rain down on me.
1. An Easter ( or Passover) memory that I have is Mr. M wearing my bunny ears…. he looked very grumpy and silly…. See what I mean?
2. I hope to purchase lots of treats this year.
3. When the days are warm, I love to lounge in sun puddles.
4. If the Easter Bunny visited my house, he would probably do a better job than Mr. M.
This post is purrticipating in a blog hop hosted by Ms. Ellen of 15andmeowing & 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. An Easter ( or Passover) memory that I have is ________________________.
2. I hope to purchase ________________ this year.
3. When the days are warm, I _________.
4. If the Easter Bunny visited my house, _________.
This post is also purrticipating in Comedy Plus’s Feline Friday Blog Hop.
Have a great day & happy Easter!