Well this was a hard post to write, not because it was hard to figure out who found me first but my blog has moved hosts and things are resolving in strange and odd ways. The Male had it on his computer last night and all was not well but the Woman figured out what was wrong and fixed it, so then all WAS well. However, although they both link from the same internet connection and router, she could not see the site (new without a few things she put up for herself to see) on her computer. And her phone just said nothing was to be found at all…
While this is not abnormal for changeovers, it was strange that two people on the same connection could get two different sites. Hopefully this will all be resolved by Monday night, at least we hope so!
So anyway, now that you’ve found me online, where was I over the holiday?
“I think this is the Tesla statue on Goat Island, Niagara Falls Park. Happy Independence Day, Chey!” which was what Mom Nancy said.
Truffle and Brulee said only moments later, “We’ll add that it’s Nicola Tesla monument on the American side of Niagara Falls. It’s on Goat Island, just upriver from Horseshoe Falls, in front of the entrance arch of the old Niagara Falls power plant that Nikola Tesla helped to build in 1895, the first big hydroelectric plant in the world.”
And wow! They were right too! And of course, the Meezer’s knew where I was but you know how much trouble they have with their help…
So, back at BlogPaws Mom won this great corner shelf from Hauspanther. It sat around waiting while she coughed her way through the next week and a half trying to decide where to put it. Really the only corner available, other than the one that might let me leap onto the flat screen TV was the on in the bedroom, here.
After Mom and Dad got back from their vacation visit to see Miles, Sammy, Billy and Nicky, Dad put this up on the wall. As you can see, I’m examining it quite thoroughly. It looks high but they thought I’d like to be able to climb up higher.
And you know what? I liked it. It’s a great corner cat climber from Mountain Cat Trees and called the “Mountain Cat Corner Climber.” Cool huh? And I am a mountain cat!
And even better? Dad decided that we had that blank wall and it could use some catification. So he put up shelves. Mom has some carpet out in the garage that they used to cover the board they attached to the scratching post in here to make it more stable and she’s thinking about putting that up on the wall so I can scratch! Won’t that be cool.
Gemini gets up here sometimes. But I don’t like it and come running. Mom put Chey on the lowest shelf and Chey sat there and huddled and ignored her fishy flakes and then leaped off as soon as she got an opening. She does not like it up high. Clearly she and I have different tastes.
Oh and if you’re wondering what the silver spot on the wall is, well that’s a magnet that Dad uses to find a stud. They left it there because I attack it but I can’t get it off the wall, which is not fair!
Truffle and Brulee sure know their cows! They immediately knew where I was.
They said, “You’re visiting the Jell-O Museum in the small town of LeRoy in western New York.” The immediately added, “And that’s the famous Jell-O Cow!”
It was good that they said that so quickly. Benjamin Fuzz was right behind them.
Even The Meezers (who insist they are too stupid for this game) said, “we KNEW that one – it’s very close to our howse! Darn. The mom is too lazy to get to your post when it’s posted. Stoopid the mom.” So I guess where we know where Billy runs when he gets out of the house then?
And Brian said, “Holy cow are they smart!” And we had to giggle a little at that and wonder if there is a Jello Church and if that’s then really a Holy Cow!