I hope to be hysterically hilarious. But maybe I'm just hysterical.
Sleepy kitty, happy kitty, pur, purr, purrr…
Sing soft kitty to me 😊
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Sure, Sheldon 😉
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She looks like she’s basking in the sun. I’d be purring too if I was basking in the sun somewhere 🙂
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Currently she’s basking in the sun on the window sill indoors, and I hate it that I can’t fit the window sill… She was moved recently from outdoors to indoors and she enjoys the warmth 🙂
That she is 😉
Dreaming of chewing electric cables no doubt?
*snort* Don’t even mention it…
enough to cause a *snort* circuit…
Very funny. So thought the cat before she electrocuted herself. Just kidding.
She probably now has super cat powers…
Indubitably. It’s a shame that she feels the need to demonstrate her super cat powers to me mostly in the middle of the night when even the cat lady sleeps. Or would sleep, if the cat allowed. Oops.
I think Cat Woman would have an answer to this. Perhaps a different approach than a cat lady? 😉
True. I might need to transform from a cat lady to a cat woman. I think the latter is more sexy too. Ha.
she looks like my purdey there..cute!
Yes, your Purdey and my Ella are a bit alike in some photos!
true, maybe they are distantly related
So funny, when I saw the title in my emails I started to sing “soft kitty” and wondered if you knew the song and lo and behold when I see the picture and then the caption underneath I realised we were on the same page and it made me laugh 🙂
The song is terribly simple and silly but it’s so hard to get out of one’s head! Any time I see a sleeping cat, I start to hum the melody… And I see a sleeping cat a lot because it’s my cat’s chief hobby. Sleepy kitty, happy kitty, purrr….
I may be wrong here, but I think it goes ‘happy kitty’ then ‘sleepy kitty, purr, purr, purr’.
Argh, I’m always messing up the words… Sorry 😦
That’s OK. I always mess up the spelling, grammar and punctuation. (Should I have used a serial comma?)
Well, if you use American spelling, you should use American punctuation, which also includes the Oxford comma. Yes, I do realise that the original Oxford is in Britain, hence one would logically assume that it’s the British who use the Oxford comma. But nope. *gets off the grammar soapbox*
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