Camie’s Kitties are our Sunday Guest Star

dsc01876This week was quite a bit different from last week. Camie’s Kitties guessed correctly first,

You are at Chenonceau Castle in the Loire Valley in France.

Tavi, Cody, Camie, Miss Jade and Gracie

Kaika and Zeus agreed with the guess. Roxy Dragon Pebbles also knew (and gives us some history here as well):

Ahhhhhhhhhhh, the chateau Chenoceaux, owned by Diane Potiers, lover of Henry, the King of France. Mom and dad were there in 1991. And I bet somebody already guessed it, huh. It’s in the Loire Valley, France.


Mom knew she would get one of these, to bad it’s 9:30 PM!

They actually had a room painted black with white skulls and what-not up and down the walls. It was really dreadful.


Actually Roxy, Chenonceaux is the village near the Chateau and Chenonceau is how they spell the name of the Chateau–according to Wikipedia. Now that was interesting. Once again the Woman visited Chenonceau in 1986 in January. They normally have some lovely gardens across the path I am lying next to but in January the gardens were not at their most spectacular. Chenonceau was originally a home for Diane de Poitiers who was a mistress of Louis XIV (Louis Cat-oars is how the Woman says it and I am not sure I like him very much if he used cats as oars). Anyway, it was also occupied in WWII. I think it was one place that the French held the Nazi’s. I am not sure if the Nazi’s held Chenonceau and the French couldn’t get back across or the Chateaux\ was as far into Allied territory as the Germans could get. Nevertheless, there is an amazing history of WWII surrounding this particular Chateau as well.


  1. Concatulations to Camie’s Kitties! That place really sounds interesting. Your Woman is very well-travelled and is losing you in some fascinating places. πŸ™‚ xxx

  2. okay, i just wanted to say you two look really cozy there together all curled ups!

  3. Congratulations to Camies Kitties! We are clueless about this stuff, but if you ever need a Mighty Hunter…

  4. You all are very intelligent!

  5. Yay for Camie’s kitties. Our Mom needs to travel more!

  6. Good!

  7. So that’s where you were! Congrats to Cammie’s Kitties!

  8. COngrats to Camie’s Kitties! I would have NEVER ever guessed that!

  9. Concats to Camie’s kitties! I had no idea. All I care about is your male’s socks anyway…

  10. I’ll never give up, one of these days I am going to know straightaway where you are!

  11. well since you are in the neighborhood come why don’t you stay with use for a week or so for Zevomas…..

  12. Hee Hee~~~

  13. Mum nor I have ever been to France, so we won’t know. But good on Camie’s Kitties for knowing.

    But Chey, you do have tendencies to hang out by water, maybe cat-oars would be good. But cat-oars maid from Louis’!

  14. concats ta Camies kitties fur knowing where yoo wuz. that sownds lyk alot of flowers ta munch on and frolick in.

  15. Furry gud job camies kittehs!

    AN in ansur ta yoor quesshun, woofie- iz gated ins. I can jumps ALLA dem gates. πŸ™‚ Ackshully, mommeh jus gotted me noo ones, dat haz door i can walks frough an woofie canna. πŸ™‚

  16. Concats to Camies Kitties. We may not know where all these places are, but we are learning a lot about them.

  17. Congrats to Camie’s Kitties πŸ™‚
    Not only are cats,and doggies, smart, we get to learn something too!!!
    How cool is that??
    Purrs Mickey

  18. Congratulations Camie’s kitties. One of these days, I might just get one right.

  19. Louis Cat-oars lol.

    I am very interested now in the castle. Thanks for the lesson!!

    congrats to those Camies kitties that guessed correctly. Splendid!

  20. We are glad we were able to find you this week. We think you need to stop hanging around the water (although it does make it easier to search for you on google). We liked the history lesson that you gave about the castle.

    Tavi, Cody, Camie, Miss Jade and Gracie

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