Hey Kitties [and woofies], Mango and Dexter are having a great contest ~ right now!
Just click here to read the rules and enter. And if you want to visit with
Mango and Dexter at their blog, just click here.
I decided to enter cause even tho they are dogs
there's a special entry called "KITTEHS" and that's what I am!
First off, I went to visit Mango ~ you know he is big, really BIG!
But as big as he is, I wasn't a scaredy-cat, cause he is real gentle and laid back.
At 230 pounds and eating up to 15 pounds of food each week ~ I'd be like
an hors d'oeuvre to him. By way of introduction
(I was always told it was polite to bring a gift when visiting) I took him some mangoes...
I'm a Florida girl, and around here the mangoes just fall from the trees.
As part of the contest, Mango asked some questions about us "kittehs" ...
I've answered a few here with words and pictures.
QUESTION: When your human calls your name do you feign interest
or outright ignore them?
Below are three of my ways to respond, or not, as the case may be.
QUESTION: A moth is in the house. Do you kill it and consume it,
or toy with the hapless thing, etc. ?
Consume it, not! Toy with it, never! Below, what I think about "other" creatures...
QUESTION: Do you ignore expensive gifts, etc. ?
Never, ever, ever! Wrap me, hat me, shoe me. The purrtier the better. More bling
and sparkle is good. And jewelry: I must have my toof rings...
QUESTION: Do you bury your poop or build a mountain top, etc. ?
Friends, as you will note below, I am fastidious, meticulous, and whatever
other similar words you would find in a thesaurus if you looked... in short,
I am a polite cat and really prefer not to discuss poop (I've no idea who put
the word dingleberries in that photo below... horrors.)
In closing I would like to show two of my fave photos ~ and these same two
represent my mantra and my blogs mantra, so to speak:
Here I am, in the palace of Versailles, in my best Bonaparte costume:
he is famed for having said and I agree:
"Glory is fleeting, but obscurity is forever."
Me, always looking for a smile or a laugh, so my blogs mantra is often
"Send in the clowns."