Kitties, my tailio is fluffed and standing up straight at full plume attention with happy enthusiasm because I am all dressed up today in a new header. Ann of Zoolatry made this beauty for us to enjoy. I am truly very grateful.
Mom was complaining (what else is new) about me again last night. We fell asleep. I was perched next to her face and we were truly cheek to cheek. She has learned to like that though it hampers her movement. So, during the night she had moved her arms and the left one was to the side, bent at the elbow and her fingers were near the headboard.
I simply moved in. She told Mariodacat yesterday that she had woken in the middle of the night and wanted to lower her arm. She found she could not. With sleepy curiosity she tried again to lower her arm and could not. That woke her a bit and she tried a third time and found she couldn't and it seemed there was no feeling under her arm or anywhere there. That alarmed her so she woke enough to reach with her right hand to that area and found the cause of her paralysis. *I* was jammed up into a ball very tightly into her armpit. She couldn't feel her own arm pit as I occupied that welcome warm space. Why not? It was there wasn't it? Flannel pajama top to make it especially appealing! The problem was....what??? She gave of course and left her arm upraised. I was gracious and moved after a short while.
Oh and she saw I had experimented that morning yesterday as she leaned over to kiss my headie as I snoopervised her morning routine of face and hair as always, mono railing on the tub edge. There in the tub was a splotch of, well...yellow. Oh yes, I did! No idea why. My box is clean. I suppose I wanted to just as I said, experiment. Mom wasn't happy with my effort however. She didn't say anything to me but she sure told Mario.
Here I am with Other Favorite Brother on Thanksgiving Day. Well, about to cross the table and get on him.
pee ess Thank you for reading about Ossie yesterday. His mommy was devastated and still misses him terribly. Aren't his eyes so loving as he looks at his Mom?