Wednesday Words With Cheysuli

Chey is pulling on string. What is your caption?It is important in life to lead your humans where you want to go.  In this case, it takes a leash.  You will find some humans are more easily led.  I believe these folks are much more highly evolved and have the chance of becoming a cat in their next life.  Others, like the Male, are poorly evolved and need a lot more assertive leading.  Do not be afraid to let them know what you need. Only by their loving service and compassion for you can they ever hope to reach enlightenment rather than just the television remote.

Insist upon their understanding. Insist upon your feedings and most of all, remind them that they are better for adopting you!

The Book Of Ichiro, Chapter 1

So I said to Cheysuli, why should I worship you?

And Chey said, “You don’t have to.  You’re a cat.  Pets don’t have to worship me.  They are too busy being worshipped by their owners.   I just want to be remembered as the one who reminds them to worship their pets.”

So I said, that’s cool.  So how come it’s like a religion?  Don’t you fight for souls or something?

And Chey said, “Well you know, lots of Gods do.   But Bast and I decided it’s not really what the humans believe but how they act.   We don’t want to get involved in all those human soul wars.  After all, what would we WANT with a bunch of human souls?!  No, we think they can keep their own beliefs so long as they are kind to those who are most vulnerable.”

So any way I still think that’s like way cool.   And all.  But I kind of like to fight so I asked about that and Chey told me that it’s okay to fight if I’m a cat because like that’s my nature and I’m not mad about stuff and things.   And it’s okay to defend myself if I like get attacked and stuff so I think that’s all cool too.

So have you signed up for the newsletter? Today is the last day for our contest to help Max’ person by getting money per newsletter sign up!   We’re lower than we thought on money so come on and help us.  We would cap at $50.00 but we’re nowhere near that.    Have a perfect fourth!   Fun but not too noisy!

Boxing Day and Thankful Thursday

It’s International Boxing Day and I’m not sure boxes need their own day as every day should be boxing day. You may wonder why I am not in mine, but it’s full of stuff and I’m not supposed to be and I am too smart to crawl in while the cameras on are.  I have learned how to avoid scandal.  For now.   If you think I’m excited, well it’s because my religion has made Huffington Post. I would love it if you would vote and say you are ready to sign up for Meowism!   This link should take you to the site and Meowism but sometimes it goes one later or earlier.

As you know, of course, the best way to train humans is to reward them.  We really like what Max’s person is doing for other humans by walking.  Now we want her back and focusing on Max and having plenty of green papers to buy lots of real live dead shrimp.   To this end, I have decided that the Woman will donate $.50 to the cause for every newsletter sign up we have by July 4.   Now you should only sign up once otherwise you’ll get more than one newsletter.   We will cap this at $50.00.   Additionally we will add that to any money we get from our Zazzle store at the end of July.

To re-iterate–you have until July 4 to sign up for the newsletter (it comes out once a month and shouldn’t be too annoying) and we’ll donate $.50 for each unique sign up (including those cats who have already signed up).   Use the box in the sidebar.

Also, if you like something in our Zazzle shop, we will be checking back on July 31 to see how much money was made and will add that to the amount we gathered from newsletter sign ups.

Some of you had some trouble signing up for the newsletter so we have gone to a link rather than a form and that seems to work better for us.  We got a couple of signups even from those who thought it didn’t work. We’ll go make sure you aren’t on there several times!   And we may have to extend our deadline!

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