Meezer Monday

From the Cat Post Intelligencer

A reading campaign is Cheysuli’s latest presidential proposal to be ignored by the main stream press. Yesterday the candidate announced that reading would be a priority with her.

“It’s well known that people never read. They surf online and look at pictures. Who reads? No one.

“I propose to bring back reading. Everyone will be required to read a level that allows them to understand Memoirs of a Feline Empress.

“I realize that I am an offender. When running for president, I considered other positions but I knew that presidents had only to read My Pet Goat. I thought that would be enough. However, it’s not.

“Upon graduation every American must be able to read Memoirs of a Feline Empress in Exile. If they cannot, they will not graduate.”

Many are not thrilled with this policy. “I’m not sure I want my young children reading about what Kukka-Maria is up to. That name is not allowed in our house,” stated one concerned source.

“I hate the thought of actually reading online” said another. “I mean–that, like, takes THOUGHT.”

Others were impressed by Cheysuli’s impressive educational innovation program. “It’s the best thing to happen to me ever!” wrote one fan of the proposal.


  1. I’m behind you in this 100%, Chey. Love the picture!

  2. Chey always very professional~!! I can’t compare~!!! 🙂
    Chey is the best~!

    Michico bought this DSLR on February:

  3. You are completely correct on this one Chey. A very needed position.

  4. We think that’s a great idea, Chey. Reading is very important!

    That’s a terrific close-up of you too!

  5. Like myself after a major ‘nip attack, some humans are incapable of thought or common sense it seems! 😉

  6. Reading is essential. Although I am not a great reader I do know a good article when I sit on one. If you were President I expect you would be required to sit on numbers of very important papers. Forgive my ignorance of the job, but I wish you well in your campaign.

  7. Thank goodness you are making this a priority!

  8. The Taylor CatSSSSS says:

    What a beautiful picture of you!

  9. i eagerly read the empresses posts and devour every werd! – Miles

  10. Reading is very, very important, at least that is what our Momma says. She has lots and lots of books and is always reasearching things online, too … You look very contemplative in that picture, Chey!
    Purrs and headbutts,
    Sabrina, Sam and Simon

  11. Well,it’s a good thing everybody in my home loves to read!!!
    I love your close up too 🙂
    Purrs Mickey

  12. As long as I can have pictures with the words, I am all for it!

  13. You appear to be sleeping, Chey, but I know you’re thinking & planning your campaign strategy.

    You’re entirely correct, though. Our schools continue to churn out generations that not only can’t read, but can’t write a grammatically correct sentence beyond the level of a 2nd grader. How do you plan to teach them to understand the wit & subtlety’s of Kukka-Maria’s writing?!

    Our country truly needs you, Chey!

  14. I agree with you 100%, Chey. Literacy is very important! Not only would your program ensure that every bean and kitty could read, but it would also serve to educate beans on the importance of kitties!

  15. Right on, Chey! (Although, I, too, am concerned with youth reading my work! With teenage pregnancy on the rise for the first time in years, I certainly don’t want to be blamed!)

  16. You’re suppose to read the words? teeheehee!

    You nose looks as soft as velvet. Momma wants to kiss is right through the computer.

  17. Buks iz grate. we lyk ta lay on them whiles tha beans try ta read. an magazines is kul ta tha belyy when layin on them.

  18. I am FOR reading! Reading is FUNdamental.

  19. Chey
    That is one fabulous picture of you!
    I’ll back you 100%!

    Hellllllllllllooooo Miss Gemini
    I am still not doing too well.MY Mom and Dad are saying that they are gonna take me back to the VET!
    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAa I don’t want to go……

    Your boyfriendcat

  20. I agree my dear, everyone should be in awe of the Empress. I think this is a wonderful campaign!

  21. And jes this morning I herd it sed that Google is making us stoopid. We dont read for comprehension, we jes scan for informayshun. Yoo shood capitulize on this nooz story and show the country “See? Now vote for Chey!”

  22. Chey, NO! We don’t want them to read! If people read, then they’ll read our blogs..then they’ll know about our plans to take over the world! World domination must be ours! Vive La Chat! Liberte, Egalite, et Fraternite! Vive La Chat!

  23. You are always right. Read more! WE want smart pooses and people in the USA. Let’s ship the dumb ones off to an island!

  24. Queen Snickers says:

    Great idea! Momma always comments on beans not being able to read! She on the other hand reads way to much, I am forever telling her, “Put down that book and pet me!!”

  25. Can I just listen to it on tape instead?

  26. Reading is furry hard fur us…well, Zippy is purrty good at it but…alright Sadie is too! It’s me, just me. I can’t read well, but in my defense, I’m only 2 years old.

  27. Chey, I think it’s great that yur champyoning literucy! And that’s a superduper pickshure of you!

    Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

  28. I am learning to read. It is very important to learn that skill.

    You are gorgeous today sweetie!!

  29. redding iz importint, as iz spelink and grammer!

  30. We agree, Chey! Efry Bein should be able ta at least read our blogs. How else are they gonna learn annything about us an the werld?

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