Millydog Meets Millycat
A Tale of Two Critters:
each independent, each their own master,
could it be possible they can really live together?
What are the chances they would both happen to have the same name?
Really, are you kidding me? Live with this cat!?
Can you see how unimpressed I am?
This is my not-happy face.
Reserved for moments of feeling truly disgruntled.
I mean, don't get me wrong, I don't mind cats, but THIS cat? She's 17 years old!
She's a bit smelly, and she barfs all the time.
It's a bit gross.
And, unfortunately, she is as unimpressed as I am.
She is definitely not a doggie-person.
Dog vs Cat
TD: Yeah, well at least I don't constantly barf up my dinner. I mean, I know that you're super old and everything, but really? It's kinda gross.
TC: Well, at least I can walk at will and don't have to be put on a lead whenever I want to go somewhere. And YOU are too fat to get through the catflap.
TD: Yeah, well at least I will make it through the winter with my cosy coat on, which I conceded might make me look a little chunkier than I actually am. At least I'm not a skinny bag of bones who always smells of tuna. You have to admit you are really rather smelly.
TC: Well, I may be old and thin, and it is rather indelicate of you to mention my dietary issues, but at least when I ask for food it's given to me immediately. You can beg all you like but you have to stay on your dumb diet. Since when do dogs eat so many vegetables anyway?
TD: You know there is this show called Friends, and a girl named Phoebe wrote a song all about you. Guess what it's called? Smelly Cat. You should listen closely - what are they feeding you?
TC: Well you can insult me all you like, but my Pets love me no matter how much I smell, and by the way I think you've put on weight since you've been here...
Gosh, who knew that when we did our road trip from Vancouver to LA and back again last summer, that it would be a full year later that we'd finally make it to Base-Camp-Seattle.
We're here at last, to do all the paperwork to finally get this show on the road. Took long enough! Now it's time to organise the final preparations for the Charity Drive.
So we need to cut MPJ (My Pet Jani) some slack.
It is kinda her fault we are so delayed, but I guess it could not be for a better reason. We ended up staying in Vancouver for an extra 7 months because MPJ wanted to spend time hanging out with her Mom Taylore. After all, Jani was away for more than 30 years!
Taylore does Reiki, and they spent a lot of time together building Taylore's website, www.reiki-works.ca
I can tell you for free, I thought reiki was a load of hooey, as in properly WooWoo, but I have to say I always feel better after I have a reiki session.
She even asked me to put a testimonial in her website - check out my story...
And now we can go to Vashon anytime we like.
Our friend Alan also gives @moochalada Gold Star Best Ear Scritches.