8.29.2011

Mousey Monday

Well friends, she caught me again.

I really thought Mom was fully distracted. She was yammering on with Aunt Jenny on the phone, and Dad was napping.

I saw my precious Mousey in the hall,  and I decided it was safe to move him closer to the den. I like to keep him in my sights, and I often carry him to rest just outside the room where I am hanging out. I do not allow my parents to see me with him. Ever. Although they do hear me with him, as I like to sing with him in my mouth.

I got a little carried away singing out my love song. He was nestled just right in my jaws, and I was able to really sing out. I was so distracted that I walked right into the den.

I looked up and that is when I saw Mom's shocked face and her mouth forming the perfect "O" and I knew I was busted. Of course I dropped Mousey right where I stood, but it was too late. She started whispering to Aunt Jenny and shoved her hand in her mouth to try to imitate my love song meows.

So embarrassing. Then I realized if I didn't come clean she would be over here blabbing about it, saying it's like seeing Big Foot or something. She's such a smug drama queen.

Just a lady spending some quality time with her Mouse. Jeez.

23 comments:

  1. Oh Finny! I do the same thing with my socks. I wish I wasn't so quick to drop it when someone sees me, but I can't help it. It's a personal thing.

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  2. Ah, furbidden luf. We thinks you can be open about your luf in your own home. Give Mousey sum luffin from us. Happy Monday. xoxo

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  3. That's OK, Fin. We know about Mousey and you can relax among furriends.

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  4. Humans! They spoil everything. Boodie does the same thing with any random toy she chooses - I think my human managed to sneak a photo of her doing it once in all the time she's lived here.

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  5. Hmmm! LOL Fin dear you need to come ot the closet. Embarrassment is only for humans >^,,^<

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  6. Yeah ~ there's no shame in lovin' yoor mousie!

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  7. MOL.. In my house I got a drama queen too ; )
    xoxo

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  8. Oh Fin, we are so glad to hear about you singing to the mousey. One of the kitties that lives here, BB, does the same thing but hers is a fish and it sings too. Our Mom does the same thing, goes bonkers when she does that. So we have a drama queen too. Take care and have great week.

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  9. Oh Fin...embrace it! Let everybuddy know your feelings for Mousie! It's okay!!

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  10. Fin, yes, it's okay, you're among friends here, so you don't have to hide your true self or feelings.

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  11. I like to carry my mouse around too, but I just scream at him rather than sing. I bet you looked like the most glamorous mousie singing grannycat ever!
    -Lishy.

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  12. We think your feelings for mousie must go deep - and why shouldn't you purr a romantic song to your beloved. Humans have no sense of romance.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  13. Too bad you were caught! Those kind of personal things are best left a mystery to the inquiring minds of humans!

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  14. So rude. Hoomins just don't know when to be discreet, do they?

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  15. Well, I think the others are right, but you know she's always watching you!

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  16. Fin, it's so hard to get away with much of anything with humans watching your every move. What starts as you singing to your mousie will end up in the newspaper if your mom is anything like ours. Lots of love, Angel, Lilly & Holly

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  17. BUSTED!!!!! Of course we all now know about it too!!!! MOL!

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  18. Oh, for Cod's sake. Is NOTHING sacred any more?

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  19. I agree, Fin. Is it SO MUCH to ask for a little time alone with your beloved? Moms can be such killjoys :)

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  20. I would love to hear you sing! I bet it is beautimous.

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  21. I cannot believe she told your Aunt Jenny about it right in front of you. How dare she! We think you should sneak on the computer and post something embarrassing about your mom to teach her a lesson.

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