I was purrfectly amazed that 39 furry friends lended their paw of support when I was gravely ill with Writer's Block. Without your suggestions I would probably be staring at a blank screen this morning but since practically everybuddy wants the scoop (hee! hee!) about my 6 day hiatus I have plenty of things to meow about.....
My decision to run away from home began shortly after my coonhound sister, Daisy, joined the family on May 30th, 2009. From the looks of this picture you probably think everything was fine and dandy but I had a plan....
tore a hole in the corner of our screened-in deck and it was just large enough for me squeeze my way out of Daisy's life furrever!
For a minute there, the rescue league seemed like a purrfect solution butt moving away from my Manchvegas girlfriend, Darling Millie, would put a strain on our relationship. You know what "they" say about long distance relationships, don't you?
When Garbo found out about my daring escape from home she invited me over for an interview butt when I walked into her condo she tried to seduce me instead! I don't mean to be catty but I heard she has been using that sexy leg pose on every man-cat in town but I never thought she'd use her charms on a practically married man! I guess the bright lights of Manchvegas set Garbo's soul on fire when I walked in the room!
Naturally, since I am quite the cat's meow, Garbo chased me all the way onto Elm Street where we met up with Paul the Cat Walker! I quite liked the fella but Garbo feared he would put her on a leash so she was running wild all the way home in no time flat!
After all of that excitement it was good to run into Mr. Dave and his beautiful cat, Jesse! Oops! I meant to say "dog" but I swear that girl thinks she's a cat! However, she wasn't interested in me beclaws she was too busy looking at her best cat buddy, Papi, instead!
Trust me, there were a lot more adventures during my six day Manchvegas tour but after awhile I got kinda tired, hungry, and lonesome for home (even though Daisy would be there) so I stood at my back door and meowed as loud as I pawsibly could until ....
my dad scooped me into his arms and into my home where I belong!