Weekend Cat Blogging #187


One of Smudge’s resolutions is to eat less, he plans on starting first thing tomorrow, or maybe the next day.

This week’s Weekend Cat Blogging is being hosted by Samantha Black and Mr. Tigger at Life From a Cat’s Perspective.

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  1. says

    It’s great that Smudge talks to you. Thor had the same resolution for about 8 minutes, until someone threw him a milk bone.

  2. says

    I have been a HORRIBLE blopper as of late. I’m sort of in a bit of a funk, a slight and annoying depression. I will get back to my ADORABLE and peppy self shortly.

    I love ye cat blogs, seriously it makes me consider getting a kitten or two myself.

    I realize I have to go through the last 3 or 4 blog posts of your, however, I did peruse them, and I may go ahead and take up the ‘Notable Book Challenge’ this year as well. I do love to read. It’ll be nice to get out of my Nora Roberts/Janet Evanovich safety net too!!!

    Happy New Year!!!

  3. says

    Pam, I find horseradish easy to grow. I use it mostly as decoration as I love the way the leaf looks. My dad would pull out the root, let it dry for awhile and then grind it up. It is very powerful and you have to handle it like you do with potent peppers!

  4. Pam says

    Noble – I know, I don’t know what I would do if my food was served constantly to me!

    Antoinette – Smudge thinks your very, very intelligent.

    Tracie – or mine!

    Kathy – Smudge and I are both pretty bad on our resolutions.

    Terri – it works for him and it works for me!

    Marjie – Smudge said to tell Thor that resolutions were made to be broken.

    Sweetpea – I think your comment thing on your blog is broken again.

  5. Pam says

    Stephanie – good eye, identifying the Fiesta bowl! Yes, Smudge has good taste when it comes to bowls for his spoon of canned cat food.

  6. says

    I laughed as soon as I saw this photo. Is that a Fiesta Ware dish?! Lucky kitty cat! I can’t stop thinking of the line from some old movie, “Feed Me, Seymour”!