Sunday, November 26, 2006

Thanksgiving with Woofies

K: Yippee! Mommakitty and Daddykitty are back home! When they walked in the front door we didn't know whether to be scared or surprised (they didn't call ahead to say when they were going to arrive back home).

S: Ha ha ha ha... That's me being surprised...and Kimo being scared!

K: Anyhooo... they told us all about their Thanksgiving with the woofie family - and also the family that protects us from VISHUS DEER! To start with they went to Bakersfield, just like Skeezix! But they didn't get to visit with Skeezix 'cause there was too much family visiting for everyone. Mommakitty & Daddykitty's metal monster got busted rear paw on the way down and they had to go to a metal monster shop to replace the busted paw - then they were off again to Bakersfield. Which, by the way, is NOT the center of civilization (according to Skeezix). This is pretty much what it looks like:

S: Although Mommakitty's brother lives in a very nice new house on on golf course. Mommakitty explained to us that a golf course is a big green lawn where beans pay lots of money to drive toy cars, hit little inocent white balls with metal sticks, and then say lots of dirty words when the little white balls run away or hide. I would hide too if I was attacked by a metal stick! Can you see the the little toy cars?

K: Anyhooo . . . Mommakitty's brother cooked lots of turkeys for the family in his deep fryer. Mommakitty's brother is Deputy Sheriff in Kern County. This is a picture of his car - can you read what it says on the side? You don't mess with the Kern County Sheriff! He is very nice though. In the next picture he is giving the turkey a massage before cooking it - very thoughtful!

S: He and his family live with lots of woofies - 4 weener dogs to be specific. This is the whole weener family (below):

Photo (L-R): Rascals (Daddy), Cece (baby girl), Tigger (baby-boy), Queenie (Mama). Actually Rascals is a step-daddy woofie. He's 15 - too old to have his own kids, so Queenie got fixed up on a blind date to make puppies (with Rascal's permission of course).

K: Mommakitty says this is called a DOG PILE (above). This must be why she always smells like woofie when she comes home!

S: Now for the really big news! We found out that Mommakitty's family hate VISHUS DEER too! Here's proof . . . they hunt the vishus deer, and eat 'em, and display their pointy heads on the walls to warn all the other vishus deer to beware!

K: Just to let you know . . . we kept our of trouble while we were home alone. We played scrabble and did a little computer work. There was lots of bird watching and napping and we had lots of toys left out to play with. We only messed up a couple of things - nothing broke though! (whew!)

S: Well, that's about sums up our Thanksgiving blog entry . . . oh and we got pumpkin puree for being so good! (he he he)

K: BTW - if you go to Skeezix bloggie, you can read all about his road trip to Bakersfield (and see lots more exciting photos of the central valley).


Rosie & Cheeto said...

Wow, yoo and yer peeple were vary busy. Yoo bowth luk so cute in yer scared/surprised pickturs!

Peeple are so strange. Toy cars, innocent wite balls, hiding and swaring...what a silly silly thing to do.

Were so happy the woofie family takes care of the vishus deer. And yer lady is vary perty in the picktur...eggsept fur thowse weenurs on her lap!

Skeeeeezix the Cat said...

Wow! Yer mommakitty has more weeners in her lap than she has lap!!! My gramma hoo I met for the ferst time at Thanksgiving has lots of weener dogs. In fakt, she just got a new one. I didn't git to see them, tho.

Thanks for the Bakersfeeld vishus deer report! If we all hadn't gone down to Bakersfeeld, we'd never have known that the vishus deer have neerly taken over down thare!!!

Beau Beau & Angie said...

What? Bakersfield is not the center of civilization? That turkey looked wonnerful and furry tasty. An all those hotdoggies you met. I bet they were nice to you coz hotdoggies are the nicest doggies Mom has efur met (she had one when she was little). Good fing you gotted to see the vishus deer in a still pose so you culd study them very closely. What a nice Thanksgiving you had.

Hot(M)BC said...

Yay for them gettin the vishus deer! Yall were nice to be good while Mommakitty and Daddykitty were gone, Kimo and Sabi. You's role models for the rest of us. We's glad yall all had a reel good Thanksgiving :)
Sanjee, Boni, Mini, Pepi and Gree

Cheysuli said...

What a fascinating weekend you had. My previous owner had a weiner dog. I enjoy chasing them.

Anonymous said...

Wow, that looks like quite an interesting place to visit since so many kitties have relatives there. All of my relatives are in the far North (Maine) and I think its very cold there and don't really want to visit.


Anonymous said...

Love that picture of Sabi being surprised and Kimo being scared. Very cute

George, Tipper, Max & Misty said...

Pumpkin puree! turkey for two such well behaved guys?

BBB's Mom said...

Your peoples are so lucky to have you, you are so cute. I sure did have a good time while I was at camp with my Girl Scouts, but I missed my baby kitty, B-Cubed. I did see a few vishus deers, but they were behind a fence so it was ok.
My little burpy things have grown up to an incredable size, sometimes I wish they were still little burpy thingies. It was so nice then. They cry when they need something, but if you keep them happy, they are pretty much happy. Good luck in finding your own little burpy things.

Rascal said...

Sounds like you two were better off left at home rather than have to put up with woofies and have scary vishus deers stick their heads out of the wall. The turkeys look good though. Did they bring you any home????

Millie said...

Wow, what an exciting trip your people had. And you two behaved yourselves quite well while they were away.

Zeus Is My Reason For The Season!

William said...

Hi guys, thanks for dropping by! It sounds like Thanksgiving was pretty exciting. My mom laughed a whole lot at the sheriff's car, but I don't get it.

Anonymous said...

You are both lovely cats! Sounds like your humans had a good trip.

I've figured out the whole computer thing, but Scrabble is new to me. Looks like you are having fun.

Thanks for stopping by. I'm meeting all kinds of wonderful, friendly cats. :)

Anonymous said...

Sounds like your beans had a good time and you had some down time. Those woofies don't look to bad. they are about my size.

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