March 31, 2012

Caturday Adventures

It's Caturday!  Of course my mom makes every day Caturday when we're together.  We wake up and have morning snuggles with me on her chest and midriff all spread out getting scritches all over my head and neck and throat. That's how we go to sleep at night too.  I crawl up and spread out on her in just that way and get all the rubbins and scritches she can give me till she drops off to sleep. She never gets to read any more as I am up there draped onto her chest as soon as the sheet gets drawn up.   Who can read and give two handed scritches and do either right?  Not anyone here!

Mom made lemon bread yesterday.  Oh my goodness that must be good stuff 'cause she keeps going in there and sawing off more to put on her little plate.  I think it's that lemon glaze on the top that has her going back for more (and more)!

I have no idea what "no" means.  Mom had just turned over after I hopped off her chest and bed last night and she had turned off the light of course.  She was all comfy on her side..snuggled into the pillow when she heard a sound.  She raised her head a bit to employ two ears, not just one.  Still couldn't tell what it was she said later but she sure knew it was me.  So, she had to turn over..open her eyes and re-turn on the bedside lamp and saw me on the oak library card catalogue she bought last year ($$$$$!!!) where she has a few Admiral things put into the drawers..and I was on top..snuffling the big cloth tote bag mom uses to carry books to the store and back.  AND I was doing a noisy number on the vase of artificial flowers.  Mom said sharply "NO!"  I looked at her pleasantly and continued.  Mom said sharply again "NO!!" and I just huddled down a bit against the wall but with unafraid eyes.  I made a tiny little mew but mom's heart was hardened and she picked me up.  I clearly wasn't afraid..just puzzled.  Mom never wants me afraid but she does want me to learn "no".  But Mom said I am just a precious little girl, so dear and truly sweet that she doubts I will ever have to learn manners.   XOX  This picture came from ©LOLCats at their website.

38 comments:

  1. I love lemon bread too and I haven't made any for a very long time.

    I think you are so charming Miss Katie that mom will not scold you very much. xx

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  2. I know for sure that your mum does not want you afraid but you must learn too little girl. I think that maybe you wont mol.. The lemon bread sounds lovely.. Hugs GJ xx

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  3. Too funny Katie. At least you weren't eating the lemon bread. She would have really said NO to that. We just might have to some over there for a piece of that bread. Also, so who needs to have manners when one is as cute as you are Katie.

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  4. You are a special girl, Katie.

    Did you try the lemon bread stuff? My peeps like lemons a lot but I don't... I think most kitties find citrus things icky. Oh well... Ask your mom to make you a special loaf with no lemons!

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  5. Katie, you are precious and both you and your Mom are so lucky to have each other. Kitties do need to learn what no means but that doesn't mean they will always obey when given the command. They wouldn't be cats if they did that!!!

    I think I need to learn how to make lemon bread, that soundes delish!

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  6. MOWZERS, how's come Mommy never tells me I'm dear and truly sweet when I do something bad? You must have a pawesome Mommy!!

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  7. You are just being you pretty Katie and that is why she loves you so much!

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  8. We bet your Mommy won't ever dream of using that awful spray bottle to get you to understand "no". We, on the other paw, understand NO very very well. Guess why? ;)

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  9. Ooops..mommy forgot the spray bottle!

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  10. You and Audrey would make quite a pair regarding "No". She knows what it means but she doesn't listen.

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  11. Your mom should give us the recipe for that Lemon Bread. Katie, do you become a naughty girl when the lights go out?

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  12. Katie, I feel you are just like Austin. He understands NO, but chooses to ignore it on most occasions!!! xox

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  13. Do you hear the doorbell? That's Mommy, ready for some lemon bread!

    We don't know what "no" is, either...

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  14. Oh Katie my dear you are so sweet and so is your darling Mom. WE bet that lemon bread was so scrumptious! And we hope everyone has a wonderful night tonight.
    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥

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  15. We don't know what NO means either, Katie! Did you get to try any of that lemon bread??

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  16. Gosh, you sound like your brofur Rocky! Sweet and naughty and "No" is not in his vocabulary. He is guileless - even when he runs out the front door down the hall. So much joy that he chirps.

    I pick him up in the foyer and carry him home. Six years of "No." I just take him as he comes.

    Nik & Rocky's Mom

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  17. Miss Katie, I only want to warn you of something. The dreaded volcanic acid bottle sprayer! Oh sure, they *say* it's only water but I tell you... just beware.

    xoxo
    Ms. Stella O'Houligan

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  18. Katie Katie Katie...you my sweet friend are walking on egg shells.

    That lemon bread sounds really good.
    Is there any left?
    Hugs Madi

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  19. O hai! I would scritch ur chin too, wif my nose. :)

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  20. Katie, kitties don't have to pay attention when humans say "No." It's just them clearing their throats or something.

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  21. Katie, no is just a word humans use but we don't have to pay attention to it. Our mommy loves lemon bread so now she's craving it!

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  22. Oo tell your mom to share that recipe!
    No is one of those words humans use that cat's cannot translate or relate to. Feel free to ignore! MOL

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  23. Oh dear Katie, You are making a mistake about not minding your Mom. Sometimes she might see danger and try to warn you and you would ignore her. Whose fault if you get hurt and have to go to the Vet. Yours!

    Learn, learn, learn! Its the only way!

    Your kitty friend Zkhat

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  24. Yous knows what Katie, wes don't listen to NO either!. BTW, me was coming to visit yous when mes ended up at the Easter Bunny's house. He is nice. Very much like a cat!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  25. No? What is this "No" of which you speak? Surely nuffing that we need concern ourselves with. You just do as you please my darling. Don't worry your pretty little head about stoopy Human words.

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  26. "No" is merely a suggestion, dear. Don't let her tell you otherwise!

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  27. Hee-hee. This I understand. Mommy makes the other kittehz mind, but says she just doesn't haf it in her to force me to do anything I don't want to! That's why I'M the one wif the blog! MOL!

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  28. I drape all over TBT unner the blankie too. But I like restin my head on his hip.

    Iza

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  29. awwwwww...... you got your mama wrapped around your little paw, don't ya?

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  30. When my kitties hear their full names, they know they are in trouble. "Katherine Isabella" sounds much more serious than "Katie" or "Katie Isabella". It works on human kids, too!

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  31. Awwww adorable Katie Isabella!! Charlie doesn't understand this new word "no" either! LOL!!

    Mum sounds like the bestest most comfy bed ever lovely Katie! Yay! LOL! Take care
    x

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  32. Of course your mom never wants you to be afraid! And it's good you are not. I can't say words too strictly towards my Niko because he gets scared very easily.
    You are so sweet and precious, Katie san. I hope you are having very happy weekend :-)

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  33. MMMmmm! My Mommeh says lemon is her favorite flavor!

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  34. P.S. I think I need some a them cherubs to place the Royal Crown for state occasions, don't you?

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  35. Of course you are THE most precious little girl , so dear and truly sweet and without any manners at all ;-)
    Just like me :)

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  36. Now you've done it. Glogirly has lemon bread on the brain.
    ; ) Katie

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  37. I have yet to encounter a kitty that likes anything to do with citrus, so you should probably leave the lemon bread to Mom. She may use the spray bottle sometimes, but not when you are on an expenive piece of furniture! :-)Our kitties understand the difference between saying their names when we are talking sweetly to them and a stern "Gracie!" or "Millie!" when they are doing something they shouldn't (usually squabbling with ech other or one annoying the other).

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  38. I hate to admit it but sometimes NO is a good thing - like if you are about to jump up on a hot stove. So I guess its best if we learn it...but we don't have to listen! Those tiny meows are so sweet! Carl has one too (but he's really loud when he sings).

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Leave your meows, barks and snorgles and we'll appreciate every one. XXOO