Karen Jo: The lovely windchimes arrived today. Thank you very much, Meezers. I love the tone and they aren't too loud. Right now they are hanging on the kitchen door, but I will find a spot for them outside.
Enough of the boring stuff. Look what else was in the box! There's a catnip banana, a fevver-butt skunk (which I took before Mom could snap the picture), a fuzzy ball and a crinkle ball.
Mom took back the fevver-butt skunk to take another picture, but I put my paw on it again, so you can't really see it very well. I played with the skunk until Mom took the nip banana out of its bag.
Wowie! I really love this nip banana! I dropped the skunk and grabbed it as soon as Mom put it on the floor. I licked it and bit it and bunny kicked it something fierce. Thank you so much, Meezers!
In other news, now that I am letting Mom pill me, she is doing it three times a day, every day.
Karen Jo: The directions say to give it to you up to three times a day to firm up your poop. Now that all I have to do is pop it into your mouth, I can give it to you just before I go to bed without much fuss. Maybe we can get your poop all normal and you can stop taking the pills.
I would like that. You better not try this with that really nasty pill.
Karen Jo: I won't. You will get that one crushed and mixed with baby food and syringed in.
Remember when I wanted some cheeseburger? I waited patiently, not meowing too much, all the time the burger was cooking. I meowed at Mom when I saw her putting the stuff on the bun. I got really excited when the cheese came out and Mom gave me a tiny piece. When I saw Mom put it all together, I ran and jumped up in her chair at the table to wait for it to arrive. Mom put it on the table right in front of me and let me sniff it. Then when she shooed me off her chair, I ran off into the living room and didn't come back all the time she was eating. She didn't save me any, so I still didn't haz cheezeburger. Darn!
Karen Jo: You know the rule. If you are not there while I am eating, I figure you don't want any. It's not like you are going hungry. You ate up a whole can of food within an hour of my getting home tonight.
I had an outside adventure. I usually just greet Mom at the door when she gets home. I have never tried to get out the door, so Mom doesn't really worry about how close I am to the open door. Tonight, I decided that I wanted outside. When Mom saw me heading for the opening, she tried to block my way with her shopping bag, but I dodged it and got outside. I found a really interesting bush about a foot from the door. Mom dropped her bag and scooped me up within seconds. I meowed and squirmed, but I was back inside in no time.
Karen Jo: I am really glad that you just wanted to explore a little and weren't trying to run off. It's really dangerous for kitties outside here at night. The coyotes come into town looking for easy meals and kitties disappear much too often. I will have to be more careful with the door.