Friday, October 28, 2011

Promised Pics

Me on the luxurious mink blanket!

Kissy Shabbat! I am still finding trying to find out who leaked this picture to the media!

Wednesday, October 26, 2011


The Prime Minister is beginning to understand my requirements as to my residence.

I think I have mentioned she is redecorating. Well, on Friday, she brought home a 'faux fur mink throw' for the couch. Kitties, it is luxury incarnate! I love to lay on its silky, furry surface. I think that was what it was like to snuggle up to my catmama years and years ago.

Also, she brought it from a boutique called Goodwill, so it came with many more interesting smells than thinks do from Target and Walmart. Added bonus!

I love my new blankie.

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Peaceful Realm

Things have been relatively peaceful in the Realm lately. Elul and the High Holidays have done us all some good.

The PM and Ringo had a heart to heart; he was feeling frustrated as he was not doing the scouting which he is famous for. The Prime Minister recognizes his valuable contributes to the Realm and now SAS Ringo goes with her on her rounds again. He has a special hidey-hole in the new royal carriage where he stays most of the time. Ringo says it is very cozy and he likes being in the middle of the action.

When the PM was down after her surgery, we had many cuddles and conversations accompanied by the gentlest of kisses, purrs, pets and bonks so soft they really shouldn't be called bonks. We reconnected on a deep level. Now, while I still allow her to proceed with her redecorating and art, she makes sure we take plenty of time to cuddle. We had a 'kissy Shabbat' today and the PM got a pic of me during that time, but she left her camera at home. She will have to post it later.

We are still having lovely fall days. The door was open most of the day, but I didn't go out. Sat in the door like the Admiral does when she gets some whiffies. There was alot of foot traffic today.

We are all so glad to see the Admiral looking so frisky and it seems all our other friends and allies doing well, too. We are very happy about that. And, Sir Spitfire, your Human was right, the PM does not miss her gall bladder at all. Confusing to me, but if she feels better, that is all that counts.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011


For those of us who are Jewish, this is a very special time of the year when we have a bunch of holidays one right after another.

First we had Rosh Hashana last week. Rosh HaShana is the birthday of the world! So that is fun!

Next comes Yom Kippur. That is the day of atonement and the day when G-d and the Ceiling Cat decide who will be written and sealed in the book of life for another year. Humans talk alot about the kinds of horrible things that can happen to you if you're not in the book of life, so that is kind of scary. But the time between Rosh HaShana and Yom Kippur is also the time when people try to make up with each other if they have had problems. So that is a good thing. (The PM says she knows she has not been here as much as she would have liked and been a bit lax on her duties, she apologizes to us all.)

Next is Sukkot, which is a harvest festival. People remember how, in biblical times, everyone would go live next to the harvest fields in little booths. They build similar booths now and have their meals there. If it is warm enough, some people sleep in them.

Then comes Simchat Torah, which means "Joys of Torah". This is another fun thing, as it celebrates finishing reading the Torah Scroll and starting over again. Some places will unroll the whole scroll to show how long it is. They also dance with the scroll and some people will have festive drinks.

So, as you can see, it is a very busy time of year for us. We hope all of you do something special, too, even if you are not Jewish.