Yeah, I’m rolling around on the floor. According to Catifcation (have you pre-ordered yours?), I’m a “beach cat”, the one who lays around in the middle of everything. Where else would I lay?
Well as I was at that super looking place, the Chans came by and said, “You are at the Palais des Papes in Avignon. Chey! since you’re in France, we hope you’re coming to visit us!” And they of course, were correct.
Flynn said, “The Chans were quick to find you Chey. If you are going to get lost, what better place than a palace!” And of course it was all his idea (and photo) for me to get lost there! So we must thank him for coming over and finding this excellent place for a party.
Now, for a bit of wine, a bit of cheese and a bit of snuggling on Sunday with my good friends!
Mama and ‘Kaika’s mama became friends on Facebook. Like many other cat people Mama has met online, Kaika’s Mama is someone she feels very intune with. She loves hearing what she is up to. They comment on posts back and forth. Mama has asked her questions when she doesn’t know the answer to something. It was ‘Kaika’s Mama who found a shaman to talk to Ichiro and he is doing so much better. We can’t say how much we appreciate that.
‘Kaika was diagnosed with FIP this week and he has crossed the Bridge. ‘Kaika was on Catster with Skeezix and Mao. We used to link to his page but things have changed at Catster and we can’t even do a search although we heard that they had suspended their plan to delete all the cat pages.
We will however share this link with his Mama so she knows how many people ‘Kaika touched just by being a smarty pants. That’s me having a bit of grass, while pondering what might be across the Bridge, even though I am young, you never know when you might have to cross. We will sing tonight for ‘Kaika so that he finds his way to the best catnip and the best napping places, while meeting all our friends that we miss so much.
This is particularly sad for Mama as her really good friend in Bend just lost her beloved Pekoe not two weeks ago. She knows how much both cats meant to their owners and how sad both must be.
So you can see here I’m enjoying some earrings. Back before BlogPaws, when Mom was coughing up a lung, Jeanie Mossa Kraft, Zevo Calamari’s person sent these earrings to the woman “for RaeLynn” a rather Bohemian soul that is in Mom’s series of books that start with Whisper Bound.
Unfortunately, she was coughing to hard to take decent pictures for awhile. During the photo shoot, I liked the ribbons. And I sat on them a lot. There were also some other goodies (and we’ll just say go here to get better images) that I kept knocking around and trying to eat and sit on and lie on and well… Mom says I may not be the best cat to model with things. Of course Chey was under the bed by that time deciding she wanted nothing to do with the camera. And I think she was afraid Mom was going to make her wear earrings. They blue does kind of go with our eyes you know…
Well this was surprisingly easy. I was barely able to start looking for a large electrical outlet when Ayla, Iza and Marley came by and said, “Are you at the Philadelphia Museum of Art?”
And then Truffle and Brulee said, “Here’s a little more information about the statue: Giant Three-Way Plug (Cube Tap)
Claes Oldenburg, American (born Sweden), born 1929
Medium: Cor-Ten steel, bronze
Dimensions: 17 x 78 x 58 inches (297.2 x 198.1 x 147.3 cm)
Curatorial Department: Contemporary Art
Object Location: * Museum Grounds, exterior (d’Harnoncourt Sculpture Garden)
Accession Number: 2010-15-1
Credit Line: Gift of Mr. and Mrs. David N. Pincus in memory of Anne d’Harnoncourt, 2010.
Is this enough to rescue you Chey???”