1.20.2009

Dear Mr. President

Today a new President is being sworn into office here in the United States. It seems a bit rude to swear on TV - especially when you're starting your new job, but everyone around here seems pretty excited about it. Politics seems to make people swear.

As you know I like to be helpful wherever I can, so I thought I would put together a few tips for the new guy:
  • Take naps whenever you can - you need your rest and if it's really critical someone will wake you. I get some of my best ideas during a nap.
  • Play nice (it's okay if you nibble a bit)
  • When someone isn't playing nice, it's okay for you not to be too nice anymore either.
  • When things get really serious (and they deserve it) go ahead and bite (throw in some bunnykicks too - nothing gets attention like a good bunnykick).
  • I hear a lot about your family getting a dog? Sure go ahead and get the dog, but you also need to get yourself a cat.

So ends the lesson for today. We wish you and your family the best. Now get to work!

22 comments:

  1. hehehe, what a great post! You have furry good advice fur our new President. And we agree, it's neat that he's gettin a woofie, but a kitty would be great, too!

    Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

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  2. Good advice for the new President...and if he gets a cat, he won't have to worry about getting his naps...the first cat would make sure it happens. A dog?...no rest for the weary!

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  3. Good advice - he should make you his SCATary of State!

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  4. you gives good advice! cept bout doggie. no gets doggie. they is stoopid.

    Jenny: I love your layout!

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  5. He should definitely get a cat. It will make his life complete. Being President will come a distant second.

    Huffle Mawson

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  6. Fin dear, I see you as a sound Presidential advisor. Mr Obama would be insane to ignore you. I'd only add that given the MASSIVE domensions of the Whitehouse, he should adopt many, many, many homeless cats - he has the staff to cope with the litter boxes and he can always lock his allergic offspring out in the huge gardens.

    Our Primeminister needs you too Fin.

    Wuudles

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  7. domensions?

    *applies cattle prod to tragic ape slave*

    - d i m e n s i o n s

    That's better.

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  8. You are full of good advise. We get the feeling that if you were to be appointed as an advisor, Mr. Obama would realise the importance of a fishie for every pot!:)

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  9. That is very good advice. You sound like a true expert.

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  10. Excellent advice! I really hope President Obama doesn't have to bunnykick anyone, but sometimes that's exactly what it takes to get one's point across.

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  11. That's furry good advice for the new President! We always thought cats should rule the world!

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  12. You have excellent advice Fin!

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  13. Excellent advice, Fin. Leaders around the world should listen to you, including our prime minister here in Canada.

    Ms. P and Cinza

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  14. You have offered the new President some pawsome advice!!!

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  15. I'm with you, Fin! The Obamas need a kitty!

    kiddo

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  16. that would be funny to see Pres. Obama bunny kikkin'!
    They definitely need a cat.

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  17. Those were very helpful tips for President Obama, Fin - I hope he takes note! :)

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  18. Nice lessons! I agree, there needs to be a kitty in the whitehouse!

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  19. I especially agree with the part 'bout gettin' a cat, but it'd hafta been a sphinx like Dragonheart 'cuz Malia's allergic to pet dander. I myself am NOT hypoallergenic.
    DMM

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  20. Dat is excellent advice, we sure hope he's paying attention.

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  21. Hi Everyone! I guess one of the little ones is allergic (thanks DaisyMae for clearing that up.

    Maybe we could have a Vice Presicat?

    And yes I would like to see a nice Presidential Bunnykick!

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