Saturday, July 16, 2011
Caturday with Emma
Karen Jo: My friend and I have gotten into the habit of going out together on Thursday nights and I don't feel like blogging when we get home. Most of the time we don't get home until bedtime, anyway. It gives us both some much needed R&R.
I am in the laundry basket. I helped Mom fold the laundry this morning.
Karen Jo: Mostly you just furred it up a little. You did grab a couple of things as I took them out of the basket.
When you left us last night, you left something cooking that made a yummy meat smell, but we didn't get any.
Karen Jo: I made Hungarian pot roast in the crock pot, then put it away when I got home. You weren't interested in it today.
Herman was, but he didn't like it after he tried it.
Karen Jo: I left the onions out, so it would be kitty safe, but I guess kitties don't like tomato sauce, paprika and caraway seeds.
At least you finally got some more kitten food.
Karen Jo: And after all your begging for kitten food, what were you eating this morning?
The duck and pea dry food. It is pretty good stuff. It's a lot better than that weight control stuff Herman eats.
Karen Jo: Herman eats the duck and pea, too.
Herman eats almost anything. I don't know what he sees in human food, but he is always trying to get some.
Karen Jo: Herman loves steak. You didn't even come into the room while I was eating my steak on Tuesday.
It's OK. I have eaten a bite or two. I much prefer cat food.
I enjoyed watching you crawl around yesterday, looking under the couch for lost toys.
Karen Jo: I found quite a few, including both nip balls. I also found the beat up Bird. I put it on the line with the "new" one to make a bigger toy to play with.
I like it. We played for quite a while tonight. Herman decided he would rather eat than play.
Karen Jo: I don't think either of you eat very much in the heat of the day while I am at work. I keep finding uneaten Stinky Goodness in your dishes. I also gave Herman his yucky pill just before playtime. He was probably trying to get rid of the taste or maybe his treats made him hungry.
Treats are another thing I don't understand why Herman gets so excited about. I will mostly eat one if you offer it to me, but I won't ask for one.
Karen Jo: You and Herman are very different. I like it that way.