Saturday, June 13, 2009

Guest Blogger discusses current affair

I am thinking about that most intelligent cat Garfield. He had a nemesis named Nermal. I am thinking that Nermal has resurfaced and is now living in Lawrenceville. He arrived about a month ago. Now I am forced to deal with this rodent! He does not leave me alone. I want to sleep, he is annoying me by running around. I want to eat, he attacks my tail. I am ready to boot him into next week. And she thinks he is adorable...just because he uses his wiles. Why does she not understand that he is using her! I wonder how Gretchen's kids would deal with this problem?

4 wonderful peoplecomments:

Gretchen said...

Dear Spooky: You think one is bad. Three years ago two little monsters came to live here. I decided to be the better cat and learned to live with them. They are much more fun to chase than Morpheus. Just bide your time until Willy grows out of that cute baby kitten phase and then show him that he is the low cat on the totem pole. Hang aloof and be cool--Gomez

Gretchen said...

Dear Spooky: I am my mom's favorite so I do not worry about anything else that comes into the house--cat or human or heaven forbid dog. Stella and I take naps together and she makes a great pillow. Edgar Poe is really annoying because he tries to take all mom's attention and because he chases me. The best thing to do is ignore everyone else and sit real close to your mom that's what I do. Best wishes--Morpheus

Karmen said...

Dear Spooky: I am sole cat here, but I have to watch out for three yapping, snapping monster Maltese dogs. I don't know what their problems are, but when I follow Mom into the kitchen, I have to stay on the cabinets and jump OVER them. It is making my Mom crazy, but I don't let it bother me. Hang in there. At least you don't have to listen to annoying barking.
Wren Kitty

Becky said...

Dear Spooky,
I don't know nothing about cats. It's just me and I want and get all the attention. I don't believe in sharing my people.

With my tail wagging,