Saturday, 15 April 2017

Until We Meet Again!

Dear Furrends, mes DID wants to waits and has a wonderfully big BIRTHDAY pawty,
but mes could not .. mes was just too tired and mes hurted. Friday mes went over the bridge.

Mes must say mes is no longer in pain, and mes happy to bes with my furrends who has gone before! 
Sammy Kimmel, Easy Rider, Goose, Eric, Ginger Jasper, Admiral Hestorb, Merlin, Socks, Boomer, Sauce, Fiona, Buddy, Traveler, Lexi, Samaritan, Moosey, Isadora, Gracie, Lucy, Ande, Cubby, Clifford, Nerissa,  Ms Stella O;Hooligan, Nyla Blue, Star, Sparkle, Whiskey, Diamond, Prancer Pie, Princess, Mr Pip, Lady Bird, Maverick, Dash, Au, Huffle Mawson, Fin, Alfie, my Hairy Slobbery sisters Bob and Sam and Kokanee and my special tuxie man cat Hissy Old Licorice and all my other furrends whose mes has forgotted to list were there to welcome mes!

It is the bestest! Wes is all happy and is in the prime of our lives!

Mes feels purticularly marvelous!
No more aches or pains and mes can leaps and dance like mes used to!!!
And with my is like the bestest Birthday Pawty EVER!!!

Mes is leaving yous with MY GIFT #60!

Thursday, 13 April 2017

Me and My Easter Bunny


Speedy and mes has been having a Grand Old Time getting ready to celebrates Bunny Day 
(or as the people’s calls it – EASTER). Hes posting about our get together too!
Mes went to his house in England.

His Mommy made mes the bestest Salmon (mes let Speedy eats my salad).

Then wes did some research...Mes always wondered WHY bunnys is part of Easter, wes finded out 

… Since ancient times rabbits have been associated with spring. It is believed that Anglo-Saxon Goddess of Spring, Eostre had a hare as her companion. The hare symbolizes fertility and rebirth. Later Christians changed the symbol of the hare to the Easter bunny! Easter eggs and the Easter Bunny both were featured in the spring festivals of Ostara, which were initially held during the feasts of the goddess Ishtar | Inanna. Eggs are obvious symbols of fertility, and the newborn chicks an adorable representation of new growth. Brightly colored eggs, chicks, and bunnies were all used at festival time to express appreciation for Ostara's gift of abundance.
 Too cool! 
Us cats used to bes Egyptian Gods so was Bunnies!
AND bunnys was companions to a number of different Goddesses (Freya, Artimis, Aphrodite, Bridgid and the Virgin Mary to name a few!). 

This year, wes thought wes Surprise our Mummys with special Easter Eggs!!

Speedy ... "Nellie, I love your ears!"
Nellie ... "Speedy, I don't know how you wear these things every day, they flop around so much!"

(Thank YOU Ann of Zoolatry for the lovely photo – YOU Rock!)

Hoppy EASTER Everybody!!