Sunday Selfies

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Dear Furiends,

I apologize for posting late… we are decorating for Halloween and I’ve been having a fine snuggle with Chucky… this is one of the few things on Earth that frightens Purr, so it was such a peaceful place that I dozed off.

By the time I realized I needed to post Sunday Selfies, my sisfur had vanished. Kosmo, my brofur, posted photos of the type of cranes he has in Finland, I figured I would post the ones seen on my own front lawn.

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This post is part of The Cat on My Head’s Sunday Selfies Blog Hop – to see what some of our furiends are doing this weekend please, click here

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Friendly Friday Fillins

purr1211. I would never be friends with someone who was mean and/or someone who was dishonest.14031037_10206893268746252_818220323_n

2. I will never refuse try and give good advice to those who need direction, by that I mean that I will help them to learn how to fish, so they can feed themselves for a lifetime. Besides, fishing is fun… dealing with the hook, not so much, but still fun and it gives me a great sense of satisfaction when I know I can take care of myself, so I imagine that others will feel that way, too.

p11807583. I have never been to Finland,but_I would like to go there and meet my brofur, Kosmo, who is a very fine tuxie and whose human posts photos, so I know Finland is beautiful… and cooler than here in Florida… Cooler is good, purrticularly if one has as much fur as I do.

4. When it comes to school, I am determined that the munchkins get a good education and learn real history, good math skills and solid science… Ms. Munchkin already excels at grammar, reading and writing, but the little master needs a bit of polish in that area… Both of them are skilled at art.c1b99a1eeca6f8f4e9b8b80ab7d58c23

This post is purrticipating in a blog hop hosted by McGuffy’s Reader & 15andmeowing Yesterday, they asked these 4 fill in the blank questions:

1. I would never be friends with someone who _____________________________.

2. I will never refuse _____________________________.

3. I have never been to_______________________,but__________.C7Ogl7eXgAIKZSw

4. When it comes to_________________, I____________.

Hill’s Youthful Vitality

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This month, I’ve been reviewing Hill’s Science Diet Adult 7+ Youthful Vitality Chicken Recipe Dry Cat Food for Chewy.com. As members of Chewy’s Blogger Outreach Program, we receive products for free in exchange for our fair and honest review. Chewy is not responsible for the contents of this post. because I only share products and information that I believe are of interest to you, my dear furiends. M was actually supposed to review this, since we believe he is over 7 and I was supposed to review some pate, but my staff tends to hide medicine and things in wet food, so I demanded to review this one…. and it is delicious, almost like having treats for an actual meal. My only frustration is the way the bag closes… something that my mis-behaving staff loves. The bag uses Velcro to re-close and my staff thinks it is easier then zippers. I totally disagree, I can easily open the zip-type bags, but that velcro stuff is impossible… If not for that, I could have eaten the whole bag by now.

received_10213756922986550Now that I read the label, it says, “this delicious kibble recipe is packed with all kinds of youth-preserving goodness. Including powerful antioxidants for a healthy brain, as well as nutrients that support activity and an interest in playing .” Oh, meow is me, they’ve figured out a way to make kibble healthy, too! Just look at this:

  • Powerful antioxidants support a healthy brain and a desire to interact.
  • Protein and L-carnitine help get your cat moving and interested in playing.
  • Controlled minerals help keep kidneys and bladder functioning properly.received_10213756923346559
  • Delicious, digestible kibble entices even picky eaters.
  • Essential fatty acids help keep the coat soft and shiny with less mats.
  • Made in the USA

20170908_222504Chewy boxes are the BEST! (both the actual box & contents) and this month, I actually got the box!… If you knew how much my brofur loves them, you would appreciate how momentous this is…. I hate to admit that it took a hurricane driving him into another box for me to score this one.

Chewy revamped their website so you can get supplies for your fur-babies and non-furry pets, too. Chewy always has great prices, and a wide selection of products, plus they provide speedy free shipping for orders of $49.00 or more. They also have reasonable shipping rates for smaller orders. You can set up an auto ship so you never run out of your pets favorites (you can skip, cancel or delay these, too – Chewy’s customer Service is tops).

Purrseidon >^.^<

Casualty of Irma

p1190551Dear Furiends,

Irma caused a purrsonal loss that I’m finally ready to share.

I lost my favorite banana tree.

Practically every day, I would climb it until I was high enough to look over our fence, then I would get the neighbor dog’s attention (he is a pesky, noisy fellow)…. When he saw me, he would over-react and start barking and barking and barking. Eventually, his owner would come out and scold him for being noisy…. Of course, as

20170909_135417soon as that door began to open, I would duck out of sight, so that annoying dog appeared to be barking at nothing…. Alas, my tree had a half-grown bunch of bananas, so combine being off balance by that with Irma’s rain and winds, I finally got outside to see this:

It will be months before any of the others are tall enough for me to resume my game.

Purrseidon

>^.^<

Sunday Selfies

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I’ve scheduled this to post on Sunday because I don’t know if I shall have power or internet on actual Sunday…. Irma is such an inconvenience.

Stay safe dear furiends,… I’m snoopervising a jigsaw puzzle and holding down the box… it is a very important job.

Purrseidon >^.^<

This post is part of The Cat on My Head’s Sunday Selfies Blog Hop – to see what some of our furiends are doing this weekend please, click here

Wordly Wednesday

Dear Furiends,M4

Yesterday, the Keys started evacuating & I can understand that, since there is basically one way in/out & they are more or less in the path. I can also understand Miami taking action by closing schools so they can convert them into shelters, but I can’t fathom why locals are panicking. IF Irma follows the European path, it will head North through mid-Florida. Being overland leeches away the power. Thus far, it hasn’t encountered a large mass of land to do that. Our state would do the trick. By the time it gets up to us, I expect it to be a 3 or maybe even 2. Matthew was a 3 and more of an annoyance than anything else. IF it follows a more western strand, we don’t have any worries. IF it follows a more Eastern one, in the Atlantic, I will need to reevaluate my choice of staying put.
Mom says that when she was a kid, reporters shared information; emotion was in sitcoms and fiction,.Over the years,  mom and I been hearing more and more emotion from reporters. For instance a reporter just said, “the storm is barreling into_____”, she was using a breathless tone and wringing her hands….. …. Irma is moving about 13 mph, that is hardly barreling.  I am not saying that Irma isn’t worth preparing

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for, I’m saying that reporters are over dramatizing it because they apparently think that is their job… IMHO, their job is sharing information, not panic.  I hate to thin how many might get trapped on roads and/or have accidents as they flee. Even Purrseidon seems to be over reacting. Would you believe that she put on her super-cat-storm-fighter outfit? Now tell me how a 10 pound cat is going to take on a hurricane?!?
Mr. M =^.^=
PS: I am going to decompress from all this emotion in my box.  This post is part of Create with Joy’s Wordless Wednesdayblog hop.