Greyson here. You will never guess what happened on "Thanksgiving" over here!
When the neighbor showed up the night before to "get to know me" I was so excited that I started an episode of the Bug-A-Boo show right then. I rolled on my back exposing my belly like a pro.
I was pretty excited for my first Thanksgiving with my family, so I was really excited when my parents both got up early on the big day. I had a great time playing in the suitcases, till Quill told me they were a very bad sign.
When he told me he'd been abandoned last year - well I couldn't believe they would abandon two handsome mancats to go visit a dawg (and other humans). Well I was wrong friends - so wrong. Our kibble was doled out by a neighbor on the big day!
When my parents returned from the gallivanting I gave Mom the back of disrespect. She is still getting half of the kitty cold shoulder from me too. Of course Quill was so happy to see her that he caved in minutes. We both think she is the responsible party, although it was Dad's family they visited. Thanksgiving indeed!
Mom here: My Dad fell on some ice and badly broke his arm. If you could spare some purrs so he can have the surgery and start healing up we would appreciate it.
How heartless to desert you when you were getting excited about your first Thanksgiving together. I would tell you to keep your back of disrespect going for longer, but I have to admit that I am a purring ball of love when my people come home after being away.ReplyDelete
I am sending my purrs for your mom's dad.
We hope your mom and dad got the message that you weren't happy about not spending Thanksgiving with them.ReplyDelete
We're purring for your mom's dad, too.
purrs for the dad..ReplyDelete
Here's hoping they brought you home some turkey.
Oh, we are sorry to hear about the Dad! Purrs for a quick recovery.ReplyDelete
As for your abandonment - well! No excuses.
Greyson, we have one word: YAK.ReplyDelete
And purrs for your grandpaw!!!
At least MY human returned with a big bag of turkey for us!ReplyDelete
I'm purring lots for your male human's broken arm... even if he did leave you kitties. I just hope it is not his petting arm!
No excuses for leaving you alone for your first Thanksgiving ! They could at least have returned with some turkey for you... Sorry for your Dad's arm, we hope he gets well soon. PurrsReplyDelete
You might have to sneak into their bags next year so you can join in the Thanksgiving fun. Did they at least bring home some turkey for the both of you?ReplyDelete
We're sorry about your Dad's fall. We hope the surgery goes smoothly and he makes a quick recovery.
Abandoned you on your first Thanksgiving--the audacity!ReplyDelete
Regardless, we're sending purrs and healing thoughts to your human dad.
Oh No Thanksgiving alone. That is just awfulReplyDelete
We sure send many purrs to Mom's Dad in hopes he can heal nicely. That is too bad. Take care.
Oh how horrible, to be abandoned when they should have been giving you turkey! Poor kitties!ReplyDelete
Poor daddy too! We're purring that he heals up fast, especially if that's his petting arm!
Wow Greyson, that sucks! Had you never seen the suitcase before? That's always a dead giveaway that the humans are going to abandon you. At least they didn't stay away too long like our humans always do. Special prayers from our mom and purrs from us for your Mom's dad. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista JoReplyDelete
Purrs for your grandpa that he gets well soon! A broken arm means one less arm to pet with, and that just won't do!ReplyDelete
How DARE the humans abandon you like that. Good job with the Back of Disrespect.ReplyDelete
We're praying and purring for your Mom's Dad. We sure hope the surgery goes well.
Oh no!! I was gonna say something you should do to your Mom to get back at her but then I read about your poor Dad! Hoping he heals swiftly and that he isn't in too much painReplyDelete
Sending some purrrrrsss for your Dad. Ice can be tricky stuff.ReplyDelete
We hope by now he has been worked over by the bean V*T and on the road to recovery.
We were alone on Turkey Day too, if that's any consolation! Oh noes, sorry to hear about your G'Pa...Teri is afraid of falling too cuz she is old...she wears funny rubber and wire things on the bottom of her shoes when it's icy out...she says they work real good but she walks like a duck in them!ReplyDelete