What is it with humans and their predilection with taking kitty photos? Sometimes I humor the mama and look at the camera; but she's persistent even when I'm not in the mood she will find a way to photograph me.
This photo for instance. What is this photo about? Nothing. Still she takes it and posts it here.
Shaking my head and wagging my tail like a dog, oh no!
This is my selfie for today. Let me tell you something, I had my 8th birthday on Wednesday, May 16th. I had the special toona for my dinner. I finished my bowl in one swoop, the humans were impressed. I'm usually not a wet food kind of dood, but since my little episode with pee last year I had turned a corner with wet food.
Boy, my 7th year was the first year I had some health problems. That is why I am hoping and praying that my 8th year I'd be healthy as long as I follow my dietary plan and not beg endlessly for the yummy kibbles.
We are thankful for the quiet nap times we get on the weekends when the humans are home. The nasty Hoover makes a rare appearance, perhaps that means we are not expecting any visitors soon. Just kidding human. We know you clean even if you are not expecting any one to visit.
The main thing I'm thankful for when the humans are here is that I get treats on demand (just kidding, in case the humans are reading this). When they leave for vacation, the sitter is not allowed to give us treats. Mom has trust issues when it comes to treat. She thinks Buster and I would get way too much treats than what is allowed. Hah!
Hiya folks! We were on silent mode for the last week or so. Our humans abandoned us for a much-needed Hawaii break. Thankfully they were not caught in the lava flow, although they spotted the crater spewing lava when they went to visit the volcano at 1 am on (technically) Tuesday last week. They visited it on Monday last week, but the crater was covered by thick fog. Mom also felt the ground tremble when they were at the observation deck, but she didn't say anything.
Also, while there they visited a former colleague of catpapa who's spending his retirement years farming. The farm was really nice and expansive and the beautiful house overlooks the water. However, when our humans texted them while on another island (the humans flew out the day the volcano erupted) to check up on them, the friends have evacuated in Kona (they live in Hilo). In Hilo is where the humans stayed while in Hawaii too.
Purrayers to our Aloha brofurs and sisfurs and their humans.