Hello world!

Well, we have been nagging Dinah for ages to let us have our own blog. And, finally, she agreed. Persistence pays!

There seems to be a lot of talk about this Christmas business…around the blogs, some cats seem to think it has to do with Ceiling Cat.

Our take on the festivities? Extra food! Simple as that. The Man is home from his work which means lunch as well as breakfast and dinner. So, any lunch-savvy cat is going to be in the kitchen, right?

Ergo – short post! It’s lunchtime!

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6 thoughts on “Hello world!

  1. Hmm, Ceiling Cat? Won’t say much in case I tread on delicate tails here but I’m surprised your House Mother hasn’t put a stop to such thoughts. Not that I have anything against cats having a belief system of course, and you’re possibly far more entitled to one than humans seem to be. I hope you had a successful day celebrating the birth (or not) of the Ceiling Cat’s Kitten, and that 2010 will be a fantastic year for hunting, eating and sleeping.

    1. ms.b’ goose…welcome! We told Her she’d get some flack for that CC twaddle! But it’s OK, we can roll with those punches. Our “celebrating” involved the creation of a new toy. Who knew a champagne cork could be so entertaining? And we are certain of LOTS of paper scraps to be scrumpled and hurled our way.

  2. zulu and coco…yeah, we have much the same demands. We’d also like our own names to post! A little more homework required. And a lot more training of the secretary!

  3. This looks like an interesting project. I’ll be back to see what happens. I’m a great fan of Estorbo, even if he does use bad words.

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