A Tale of Two Kitties way back in January. Sheesh! Thank you very much, Lucy. I really appreciate it, though it took my Mom forever to do anything about it.
Karen Jo: Accepting and passing on awards takes me a lot of time in writing the post, Herman. I have felt pushed lately and didn't think that I could do them right. I finally just dove in and started. We will do awards posts when I can get my act together until we catch up.
The award says I should tell you 7 things about myself, then pass it along to 7 other bloggers. Mom thought it would be a good idea if I told you 7 things that Emma and I have in common.
1. We are both tuxedo cats, though I am gray and she is black.
2. We both have medium long fur.
3. We both have pink paw pads, though I only have one and she has pink or pink and black paw pads on each foot.
4. When being petted, we both want our chests scritched.
5. We both have all white whiskers.
6. We both purr a lot, though my purr is scarcely audible and Emma's is normal volume. Mom has do to something I like for me to purr and sometimes Emma starts purring when Mom comes into her room.
7. Neither one of us is a lap cat.
Now to pass this award along to 7 friends.
1. Spooker at Purrchance to Dream, hoping that it will make her feel better.
2. Daisy, because she is the most stylin' cat I know.
3. Attie Cattie
4. Mickey, to cheer him up.
5. Ducky, because I really like his style.
7. All of the OKcats because they are just so much fun.
Karen Jo: This is a perfect picture for Mardi Gras. ::giggle::
What's so funny?
Karen Jo: Mardi Gras is French for Fat Tuesday.
Mom! That's not very nice.
Karen Jo: Sorry, I couldn't resist. At least we can answer Roy's question. He wanted to know if your tummy was all floof or a short-haired tummy with so much fat that the fur stuck straight out.
And what is your answer?
Karen Jo: You are a medium floofy cat with a pudgy tummy that makes your fur stick straight out. We are working to make your tummy a bit less pudgy.
I don't like it much. You didn't give me any pills tonight.
Karen Jo: You have finished your course of Metronitozale and you are out of Centrine, so you won't be getting any more pills for a while. I gave you your treats anyway.
Not enough of them.
Karen Jo: By rights, you shouldn't have gotten any treats at all. You get your treats for being a good boy about taking your pills. No pills, no treats.
That would be totally unfair. I always get treats after you come home from work.
Karen Jo: Let's leave it up to your friends. If they think you deserve some treats just because you always got them before, then you will continue to get them. If they think you shouldn't get treats because you don't get pills, then no more treats at pill time.
Please tell Mom in the comments that I should get my nightly treats.