Monday, April 13, 2009

Meezer Monday

So, for those of you who gots blurps at home . . . has you ever noticed that once blurps came to live with you that the amount of kitteh gifts got lower, and blurpy gifts got higher?

Da blurp really scored fer Easter. I did enjoy playin' wif da plastic eggs though.

You can see more of our Easter photos HERE (actually, they are mostly of da blurp - of course.

P.S. - da Blurp is 16 months old today.


19 comments:

Zippy, Sadie and Speedy said...

Um, we don't haf blurps of our own but we gets da grandbeans visitin and dey haf a pile of toys here. We play wif dem if da blurps aren't here so our toy stash haf grown. Maybe da secret is to play wif da blurp and her toys.

Pablo said...

I say that you help yourselves to some of the blurp's gifts. She probably wouldn't even notice. (P.S. just wipe your furs and spit offa them before you put them back!)

PinkynAsh said...

You have a very cute Blurp. We think maybe why bean kids get more gifts is since they pick the nursing homes for the bean parents one day, and we kitties don't.

Parker said...

She sure is a pretty blurp!
I think that it's cool that you got to play with some of her stuff!

The Meezers said...

but it's fun to steal the blurp gifts, right?

The Island Cats said...

We're glad there's no blurps living in our house...even though we think your blurp is furry cute!

Angel said...

Your Blurpy Girl is pretty ans lucky. She has you to look after her!

Cheysuli and gemini said...

Boy am I glad I came to a home where there are no blurps and the humans are too old to have one. I like post blurb life because that way it is all about me. Kiera is certainly a cutie though! And what a fun Easter for her!

Jan's Funny Farm said...

Ya mean the blurp has her own blog and she posted HER pic on YOUR blog? We think she owes you some of her Easter stash!

Max said...

Ya know, it doesn't stop when they get all tall and aren't blurpy OR sticky anymore. The Younger Human gets ALOTS of resents, and we get a couple token things at Christmas. And on his birthday the people got him a BIG TV but I'll be lucky to get shrimp on mine. Shoot, I'll be lucky if they REMEMBER mine!

At least you can play with the stuff she gets. The Younger Human just picks his up and LEAVES with it all!

Shilgiah the Cat said...

Wow the Blurpy Sister did get lots of Easter stuff! Maybe your mom and dad really meant some of the Blurps stuff for you. I think she might share? Naaaah...little peoples have a very hard time with the "share" concept. Maybe your could trade some of your plastic eggs...just a thought.

William said...

Kimo, I noticed that happening when the number of cats in the family kept increasing, fewer and fewer toys! Maybe it's just kidlets in general.

She sure is a little cutie!

Fluffy and Bonkers said...

I'm sure she'll share, if not snag one quick when no one is looking!

Fluffy and Bonkers

Mr. Chen and Ollie said...

Um, yeah. We totally noticed. Not only do the kitteh gifts get lower, so do the bloggie posts, and the scritches and photos, and um, a lot of things. BUT, we must say that on the plus side, Burps drop lots of food (Mr. Chen is particularly enjoying Blurpie's goldfish these days), Blurps have cool toys and Mommy and Daddy seem to care a lot less if we do some naughty things. It's kind of a wash overall and in the end we really love our Blurp even though now she scares us because she can walk, climb stairs and screams a lot.
Happy Easter, you two!!
Purrs,
Mr. Chen & Ollie

DaisyMae Maus said...

Wow ... We cannot believe how old Kiera has gotten already! We 'member when she was just a twinkle in Las Vegas an' you didn't even have her yet! Amazing! So, does she drive yet? Hee, hee ...
DMM

Tuck said...

That's good of the blurp to share her toys! I don't have one of those yet...

us4 said...

yes, but you get to play with all the goodies the stuff came in, for days. blurp will be done with it in minutes.

Skeezix the Cat said...

That just so vary not fare. Yoo guys were thare FERST!!!!

The Crew said...

Hmmmmm, a very interesting observation, Kimo. And just another reason why we're glad our family's Blurpy Girl lives with her parents, not with us. We don't want any cutbacks in our gifts!

Nice of her to share with you, though.