30 March 2007

Sie denkt...

...dass sie eine Katze ist!

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Lucy is fat, ugly, and sleeps on my side of the bed, and she smells!"
~Dad!

William Weedon said...

No, dear, what I said to you was that KATIE the FAT CAT is fat, ugly, sleeps on MY side of the bed, and she smells. And, of course, she is ALL yours. And you are welcome to her. I'll take Lucy any day!

Anonymous said...

Katie is beautiful kitty kitty.

Lucy is moody doggy with incontinence problems. SHE can definitely sleep in your room! But she is a lot more fun to vacuum with ;)

Deb

Anonymous said...

I always knew I liked my aunt.
Lucy is a ploopydoop
and poops on YOUR bed.

William Weedon said...

Now, Deb, she does NOT have incontinence problems - unless the bladder is full and you're silly enough to mention "the EVIL thing" and get her worked up. Then, I admit, she leaks. But she does tell you when we needs to go out. She comes to you and puts her paws in your lap and trembles. It means: "HURRY!" And then you'd better!

Katie is an obese animal with cattitude and the personality of a reptile.

William Weedon said...

Lauren Elizabeth! You take that back. She has NEVER pooped on my bed. The very thought!

Anastasia Theodoridis said...

Genau so machen meine zwei Katzen wenn sie endwder eine andere Katze oder ein Squirrel sehen.

Anastasia

Fr. Hank said...

Bubba, Schatze, Fannie and Maude think there's hope for Lucy. She's following the lead of her betters.

That's high praise on their part for a canine.

William Weedon said...

Anastasia and Fr. Hank,

You've each just given me two more reasons to like you: Anastasia for the Deutsch and Fr. Hank for the hounds!

William Weedon said...

Ack, Fr. Hank, I just realized, that the four were felines. Well, as long as they think there's hope for Lucy, I'm all for them I suppose. I DO like cats, but there is nothing quite like a dog that thinks she IS a cat.

Fr. Hank said...

Dogs really do want to be cats, you know.
Like the summer some time ago when the barn kittens spent a few days trying to teach an every so eager to learn australian sheep collie pup, named Chadwick, how to climb the big sugar maple tree by the barn. Alas, it was not to be.

It's sundown here, so now to wish you a blessed Paschaltide and sign off.

Chaz said...

Sie denkt?

Nein

Sie denkt nicht.

Du hast diesen viele gesagt.