Wordless Wednesday Animated features Scooby today.
Merry Christmas! We hope every person and every cat is having a very happy Christmas this year!
Catio Moments with the Four: Zeke and Opie and Marigold and Scooby
This is Scooby with his first fireside chat. Opie is assisting him on the right on the old cat tree, just to make sure he doesn’t say anything bad about her.
Scooby reports: Dad’s got a serious case of the Monday Blues–can’t say why too personal–and the Chocolate Bunny Blues as well. He mowed the lawn and he hates that as well. We cats try to get him to chillax. Don’t want a heart attack. Knew he shouldn’t have eaten the whole chocolate rabbit at once on Easter! I am famous here for gorging on all the cat food until I vomit it out! Then five minutes later I complain that I am hungry again! I say this is the last fireside chat because the warmer weather is arriving and we won’t be needing the fireplace any more until summer is over. Every one has been amazingly well here at the Feline Cafe. However, Marigold who will soon be turning 15 has the beginnings of kidney disease, so we all know what is going to be ahead for her in the future. The other cats are all 8 years old but not for long as some birthdays are coming. I just want to say that I love Opie up there on the cat tree. Why doesn’t she love me? Everyone wants love and to be loved by someone. Why is it so hard to find someone to love you, that you can love back? Is it too much to wish for?
Opie is giving me the wrap it up signal. So have a good week all you kitties out there. Sit in the windows or go outside if you can, and find some sun.
Today we are putting out a rare Saturday Selfie and also posting a ghost fire engine! Remember the 1974 film “Harry and Tonto” starring Art Carney? I am ready to do the remake with Scooby! Also my posts are going up on Google Plus as I signed on to it. The link is on my left side bar–you have to hit the folder button top left to find it!
Ghost Fire Engine
We have a rare Bonus Ghost Fire Engine to show you! Heard the siren, pulled over to the side of the road to let it pass. Decided to get a photo of it. Little did I know that Stephan King was driving! Watch as the fire engine disappears into another dimension! Seeing is believing!