Friday, December 21, 2007

Family Game Night Friday!

It's Friday, so time for Family Game time! Mommy and Emily wanted to play High Ho Cherry-o, so I got to learn a new skill. Here I am spinning the wheel. This is a perfect feline game. That wheel is really cool!

Pollux: My turn, Emily!

Emily: No my turn!

Pollux: N0, my turn!

You all may wonder where Castor is. He has decided that soemtimes Emily is too loud for him. He usually hides when Emily gets too loud. I just know he'll come around to her though. It's now her job to feed us stinky goodness, and we are ALL ABOUT stinky goodness!

Daisy asked us what we eat. I am delighted to report we eat Science Diet hard food for kittens (usually a bowl a day between us!) and we share a can of Iams stinky goodness for kittens (usually chicken flavor! Yum!), and whenever the family has eggs, we always get our very own plate of scrambled eggs. There are also yummy treats for special occasions. Last night we got our claws trimmed. I don't mind it so much, but Castor hates it and growls. For a treat afterwards, we got TURKEY!!! It was all purrs and forgiveness for the humiliation of having claws trimmed after that.

There has been a rather disturbing conversation around the house lately. Mommy made an appointment for a trip to the V-E-T on Dec 26th. We've been for shots before, and we really don't mind Dr. Davis much. He's a nice enough human. But there has been some talk about how we're starting to come of age now for neutering. We're not really sure what that means, but it can't be good. Mommy says it's what's best for us so there aren't more kittens in the world than there are homes for them. I guess that's OK, but what does that have to do with us? We have a home. She also said we'll be microchipped so if we ever get out of the house, we'll have a better chance of finding our way home. That sounds OK, and she said it's just like a shot. We're not looking forward to our trip to the V-E-T, but we know mommy will have yummy treats for us when we get home, so I guess it'll be OK.


Tybalt said...

Ha ha ha! Great job with the game!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! I hope Sandy Paws is good to everyone in your house! Purrrs!

Daisy said...

You gets scrambled eggs? That sounds like a very delicious treat. Do not worry about going for your hoohaectomy. You do not need those parts anyway.

Kaze, Latte, & Chase said...

Tell Castor I don't like loud noises either! They hurt my frootbat ears. Games look like a lot of fun, I'm glad you all get to play.


P.S. Latte says he doesn't even remember what hoo-has are and when they were removed he didn't even lick the area.

The Meezers said...

hahahahaha - that game looks like fun!

um, Pollux and Castor, having your hoo-ha-ectomies is a good thing - even though you will feel a little strange after. but you'll get lots of hugs and snuggles and maybe a special stinky goodness treat after you get home

Cheysuli and gemini said...

Ugh oh... that's not a fun Christmas present--or even a fun new Year's present. However, you will feel good once it's over!

Zippy, Sadie and Speedy said...

We all agree, even Speedy da big mancat, dat a hoohaectomy is a rite of passage into young mancathood. True mancats do not need those parts. Merry Krissmouse, hope Sandy Claws is really good to all of yoo.

DaisyMae Maus said...

Ooo ... Snip, snip! You won't miss your hoo-has!

Artsy Catsy said...

Oh no, the V.E.T. on the 26th? Maybe you'd better go back up the chimney with Santa Paws on the 25th!!


Caesar and Princess said...

HI HO CHERRY-O is the most fun game ever! We remember playing that as kittens.

We will be sending forth strong and loud purrrs for both of you to have good comfort on the 26th

Love, Prinnie

Boy said...

Wow! You can pway the game with those beans! The V-E-T? Oh dear...make sure you give him the woudest HISS you can!

The Meezer Gang said...

wWell, long long ago on the catblogosphere, there was a great search for all the boys' Hoo-Has....which lead into a great debate about Neuticals. It was quite amusing...

It is for the best, my boys...a necessary part of growing up.

And I am glad you are still getting eggs. They sure are yummy, aren't they??? That was your first food here!

Ok, be good, my boys. I love you and think of you every day! You will have little brothers and sisters in February, so stay tuned so you can see them grow up and get great forever homes like you!

Merry Christmas!
Your furmommy, Stella

Tyler said...

Hi there Meezer Brothers! I'm just meeting you. Oh, that spinner looks like wonderful cat fun. We love seeing kittens grow. You two are quite the cute pair.

I'm going to ask my mom about providing us with scrambled eggs. It sounds very yummy.

Maybe for Christmouse morning...Moooooooom!