Posted December 4, 2007 by lauowolf in Uncategorized. 21 Comments
That it is All Wet Outside.Does something need to be done about this?Oh, and things smell pretty interesting too.
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Posted by Crom74 on December 4, 2007 at 10:22 am
Mmm, wet outside…
Posted by Carlisa on December 4, 2007 at 10:45 am
Dear Mr Boe,
We suggest staying inside and looking out.
If you can find a nice toasty place near the window,
free of drafts, meOw! If not climb into the nearest warm lap.
Mittens, Domino, and Ladybug
(the East Coast Kitty Trio)
Posted by shush now on December 4, 2007 at 10:55 am
Mr Boe:I highly suggest finding someplace safe and nice smelling to snuggle up. Look for afghans left near heating vents, or baskets of unfolded laundry. If you get bored, you can play SURPRISE LEAP- out and back in, in a flash!
Posted by lauowolf on December 4, 2007 at 10:56 am
It appears that all the rain excites the birds.They must be studied.He will come in and be warm at nap time.He just thought we needed to know about the water, in case it was a problem.
Posted by jaypo on December 4, 2007 at 11:22 am
Dear Boe,Water is not a problem if one drinks it. Or jumps over it. Or walks around it. Thank you for warning us. love,jaypo
Posted by Laurie on December 4, 2007 at 11:25 am
Dear Mr. Boe,Water is not a problem if it is not very, very cold and white. Or hard and slippy. Then, BIG PROBLEM! Please alert us if that happens. Thank you for being so observant.XO,Laurie
Posted by Carlisa on December 4, 2007 at 12:06 pm
We had wind gusts up to 60mph yesterday, all three were watching the leaves from the windowsill, and freaking out over the sound. The wind has died down some but it was 33 degrees this morning. We're in an apartment, so these are strictly inside cats, anyway. They're talking about snow tomorrow- ugh!
Posted by Aubrey on December 4, 2007 at 12:31 pm
To: Mr. Boe
From: Ms. Aubrey
Re: The Weather
Sir, it has come to our attention that the inclemency of the weather has been of some concern, as in wet, cold, slippy, gray. Please rest assured that said descriptives are of the positive and not to be feared. And earthy/interesting smells should be taken advantage of with all speed.
Should there be any other problems, our secretaries are here to help.
Yours Sincerely etc.,
Posted by Peg of Tilling on December 4, 2007 at 12:39 pm
To: firstname.lastname@example.orgRe: Exterior dampnessDear Mr. Boe, the exterior dampness you are experiencing is a feature installed by Microsoft. Many users find this feature useful and convenient.Would you like to fill out a survey to rate your customer assistance experience?
Posted by lauowolf on December 4, 2007 at 12:58 pm
Hey, do you want the kitty to attack my computer?Kittehs do not tolerate such treatment, having better sense than people.
Posted by Peg of Tilling on December 4, 2007 at 1:00 pm
No wonder Sukey chews the computer cables…"I'm saving you from Microsoft! Honest!"
Posted by lauowolf on December 4, 2007 at 1:01 pm
Mr. Boe has spent the past hour reclining on top of Sair's big floppy black felt hat, processing the whole experience.(Hats are nice in cold weather, he's been told.)Observing the post-rain bird behavior this morning was apparently exhausting.
Posted by Morgat on December 4, 2007 at 1:03 pm
Carlisa — the kittehs are talking about snow tomorrow?????
Mr. Boe. Thanks for alerting us to a possible problem situation. You will find, as you get older, that every now and then the sky springs a leak, and water falls out. Eventually the Cloud People find the leak, stop it up, and put away the cloud blanket that they spread to sop up the moisture. Then the Sun comes back, and gets busy making things dry again. That's sometimes a signal for the Cloud People to have to start looking for leaks again, though…
Posted by Cap'n Stephel on December 4, 2007 at 1:04 pm
Mr. Boe, is there white stuff falling or is it just wet?
Posted by lauowolf on December 4, 2007 at 1:13 pm
Nope, no snow here, just water.But he's very young and doesn't remember the last rainy season.I think I am supposed to take care of the water, since after all I can make the house light and dark, fill and empty tubs, and many other marvellous and powerful deeds.I feel a bit like a charlatan now, unmasked as the helpless victim of the weather that I am.Maybe I should go open some tuna, just for the cheap admiration it will bring.
Posted by Metz on December 4, 2007 at 1:14 pm
Mr. Boe, name's Lucky, the Tuxie.
You got to be outside?
Sigh, you're soooooo Lucky! (ha-ha)
I too enjoy observing the tree and fence natives. Still waiting for one to answer my invitation to come indoors and play with me. I'll keep you posted.
What does wet feel like?
Posted by Lurkertype on December 4, 2007 at 1:17 pm
Mr. Boe, Mr. TK (a tuxedo kitten slightly your senior) remembers when the same thing happened to him. He assures you that the humans assured him that the wetness is expected and will go away, but will return.He has observed this himself. The interesting smells will continue to be so, and he hopes you are shedding your white belly fur upon the black hat.
Posted by lauowolf on December 4, 2007 at 1:31 pm
Of course, otherwise he could just be a black cat.
Posted by lauowolf on December 4, 2007 at 1:33 pm
Mr. Lucky,Outside is very fine, though there are some quite rude cats on our street.Wet requires extensive cleaning, starting with all four feet, but — of course — continuing until it meets in the lower back.All clean, must nap.Boe
Posted by pyrit on December 4, 2007 at 2:47 pm
Mr. Boe, of extra toe, And, I believe, extra fang, Do not fear, Don't you know, It is only a bit of rain.Deep, deep in your feline heart,Do you not recall? Into every, every, life, a little rain must fall.
Posted by e2c on December 4, 2007 at 9:20 pm
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