MOMMIE SEZ: “LISTEN TO YOUR KITTY”
Mommie says I have three different purrs – kinda like three different ring tones.
When she opens the door to let me in she says I purr
with an “L” as in p-l-u-u-r-r-r. She says I am so happy to be let in that I let out a squeal-like, excited purr that sounds different from my other purrs.
At night when I am going to sleep on Mommie's shoulder, I sigh as I purr.
Mommie says it sounds like P-U-u-r-r. After I go to sleep I apparently don't purr at all. (And, I don't SNORE – ok?)
During the day when I am contentedly laying around the house awake and not asleep, Mommie says I have long, drawn-out
purr like: p-p-u-u-r-r-r. She says I don't purr at all when I am watchful and ready for play in the morning and afternoon.
Have you listened to your kitty today?
WHOO HOO – LEGS!
left this morning I was sound asleep on her bed taking my eight to ten hour morning / afternoon nap. She petted me quietly as she went out the door.
When she came home I hardly recognized her. She had real legs; they weren't covered with
jeans or slacks – she had on a skirt so they were bare. Even at night she has her legs covered with jammies so I hardly ever see them.
Mommie caught me staring at her legs so she invited me to rub my body against them. It was fun
to feel a part of her body that wasn't attached to her neck or hands. I went back and forth between her legs rubbing the calves. When she told me where to rub and what they were called, I expected to hear a b-a-a-a from a baby cow. Instead she pointed to the
fattest part of her lower legs.
All at once I felt a little jolt as I rubbed my nose. It seems she had a couple little hairs standing up on end which actually made my nose tingle. But only a couple because her skin was actually very s-m-o-o-t-h.
Mommie has legs. Mommie has legs. Mommie has….