Friday, January 05, 2007

Do You Know What Day It Is?!

It's that day of the week when seemingly normal and intelligent individuals post photos of and drone on about their cats, otherwise known as Friday.

Yay for cat blogging!

This week, I present the crazy Precious one, helping me unpack Christmas decorations and decorate the tree this past Christmas.

Precious is not the kitten she once was, and ribbon is maybe not as exciting as it once was.



Definitely not.



A string of circular thingies that might roll all over the floor making one exciting mess if chewed? Yeah baby!




And that concludes this week's cat blogging.

Don't fret, there's sure to be more of the same next week!

Also, there's a new addition to the blogosphere. Everyone go welcome Captain Den, if you haven't already.(Sorry I'm a little late Capt!)

Hope you all have a great weekend. ;)

16 comments:

linda said...

Precious is precious! Very pretty. And I love looking at kitty cats any day of the week! That's why I go to TBIFOC--it sure isn't the jovial blogger! heh

Are the puppies old enough to open their eyes, yet?

RT said...

Precious is aptly named. :)

Tyler D. said...

Note to self, get bigger Dog...

Ssssteve said...

Agree with Tyler! HA! Even those cats are sure cute!

Wyatt Earp said...

The second picture is a little frightening. If I'm ever invited to Casa de Uber, I'm bringing my gun :)

Stew Magoo said...

I love cat. Tastes just like chicken. I wonder if it would be permissible to have a Friday Cat Roast Blogging.

I went and visited the Cap'n. An EAGLES fan???

*scoff*

The Conservative UAW Guy said...

Very pretty. :)

Insolublog said...

That third one almost looks like me with my saxophone hanging out of my mouth.

Uber said...

Lin- They are old enough but taking their sweet time about it. I notice one is peeking just a tad today, though. Maybe tomorrow, I'll post new photos when they do.

RT- Thanks. Though it was originally meant to be sarcastic, I agree, despite the scary teeth and tude. *g*

Tyler- She enjoys a challenge!

Ssssteve- Yeah, I've been watching her closely as she creeps about stalking that box of cute lil pups (and always when Shadow is away taking a break). haha

Earpy- Cool, and if you're into deer hunting she'll round them all up for you, or maybe chase them away, depending. I actually witnessed this crazy cat chasing deer, lept into the woods after them too. Was like something right off of National Geographic. lol And I just sat there with a camera in my hands, mouth open, not taking photos.

Stew- Careful there, I think this cat could take you...chew off your big toe at the very least. ha Tastes like chicken, indeed.

Thanks CUG. I can't take any credit since I'm not brave enough to groom her though. I still bare the scars from treating a little boo-boo just before Christmas.

Insolu- Hey there! Great to see you out here browsing around again. Oh, and I think we need photos to compare. For scientifical purposes, of course. ;)

Captain Den said...

Thanks for the plug Uber. We have a cat stalking our premesis also. I brought the flea bitten furball home from the firehouse about ten years ago. Two little neighborhood girls walked into the station and said that there was a Pit Bull just waiting to eat her and someone (One of us) needed to adopt the cat. The first fireman scoffs "I got two kids in college" The second one says "I got twin six year olds" Everyone then turns to me (A newlywed at the time)no kids, no real responsibilities and well lets just say everyone in line took one step backward except me. We named her "Kitty" Yeah we lack imagination but we still love her. I can't believe I'm catblogging. Sheesh!

Uber said...

Aww, that's so sweet Capt, and I've been the prowd owner of a cat named Cat as well as a cat named "the cat that shall remain nameless" sooo.... lol

Uber said...

Lin- All the pup's eyes are open today but so far blogger isn't letting me post photos (check spelling, add links or anything else for that matter). I'll try again later! :)

linda said...

Puppy eyes! How sweet! Looking forward to seeing them!

My daughter's cat's name is Kiki because she couldn't decide on a name and I was tired of calling her kitty. She later decided on Chloe but it was too late--she's the only one that doesn't call her Kiki, but she does call her kitty sometimes.

Uber said...

Hey, Kiki is a really good name for a cat. What type/color cat is she?

linda said...

She's an orange tabby. When I was a teen-ager, I had a male that looked almost identical to her and his name was Charlie. I don't remember how that name came about! I would try to sneak him into my room at night but my mother would always find him and put him out!

Uber said...

lol My mom was the same Lin. I was always dragging some stray home, begging her to let me keep it inside too. She said, "When you grow up and it's your house I'll bet you don't do that!" All she can do when she visits me now is shake her head. ;)