Opie Fireside Chat

Opie cat fireplace

Watch the ear!

It is me–Opie.  You don’t seem to see me around as much as some of the other cats. I won’t mention any names. In fact, most of you think I am a boy, when I am actually a girl!  It’s all because of that stupid boy living in Mayberry on TV.  How sad is that?  I used to be the boss around here before Scooby arrived.  You see that is because I am the smartest and the meanest.  I am still the smartest and the meanest.  The problem is Scooby just blunders about without any thought of others, and expects to get first dibs on everything!  When he wants something, he just complains until he gets it!

He thinks he is a dog!  He even wears dog clothes.  We all have seen them.  The rest of us have proper manners, and NONE of us wear dog clothes!   Next he will be thinking he can fight monsters and solve mysteries!  He watches too much television!  Scooby turns out to be allergic to fish, and gets big red scabs on his face and neck if he eats it.  So what happens?  No more food with fish in it FOR ANYBODY!  How fair is that?  Anyway, thankfully he is not allergic to turkey, as we are all looking forward to getting our share of the big bird on the upcoming holiday.  Next post you will get to see me in action putting Scooby in his place.  The problem is he is just too dumb to stay in it!  That’s all from me today.

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Prize

I won a prize!

I won an actual physical prize for the first time.  I won it through luck of the draw.  I won it from Tails from the Foster Kittens.

Here they are:

Prizes

Prizes

Scooby book

Scooby would like a story.

There is a book of true life cat stories and a heart with a paw print on the front. There are at least two stories of Christmas cats in the book, I think. We like stories about Christmas cats! We are happy to have received our generous prizes from Connie.

New post Wednesday Oct 25!

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Scooby’s Autumn walkabout / Catio tag

This post displays two very short videos of Scooby’s Autumn walkabout, followed by some still photographs. Each video is only 38 seconds long. There is a little dog barking in both videos. He is not barking at Scooby. The dog cannot see Scooby and does not know he is there. Scooby is looking around, wondering where all that barking is coming from. You may see a white mailbox in the video on a tree stump. I am installing it for Bigfoot, so I don’t have to share my mailbox with him.

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