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A sweet, (not so) little, old lady who: is a fat, freckled, wrinkled and gray headed; understands and lives by the Universal Truth: Chocolate is a gift from God; lives in the Beautiful South Carolina Low Country with her beloved Hubby, cats, goldfish; is originally from A-LAB-uh-ma; has an odd sense of humor; and is occasionally feral. ;^D

Recent Comments

  1. 1 day ago on Breaking Cat News

    “Looking at the poor purple knight he said “indigo”.”

    I was waiting for the punchline to have something to do with a . . .

    1 Eyed, 1 Horned, Flying Purple People Eater!

  2. 9 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    " I have considered K-9, but my sister rejects it every time"

    Try “Fee~9”?

    We have a feral gray tabby bob~tailed kitten that I want to name, “Gray~shous”

  3. 9 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    Once, (and only once) our 3 cats called me, “Mah-uwah” and each spoke one right after the other, too. So many years ago but I remember it like it was this morning.

  4. 12 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    “the dining room was Pepto-Bismol PINK.”

    There was an entire house in our neighborhood that had been painted (gag) Pepto~Bismol Pink. Many years ago, the house had been damaged by Hurricane Hugo and the owners took the insurance money and left the house in . . . “disrepair”. (“Despair” is what I’d have called it)

    Finally, someone bought the house and covered it with vinyl siding and made other repairs. Hubby and I still refer to it as the “Pepto House”.

  5. 12 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    I can understand the cover for the tank; when there’s a difference in water temperature and tank/room temperature, you get condensation which drips on the floor and causes baseless accusations: “You used the toilet and missed!” . . . “I never even used that bathroom this whole week!”

    So a tank cover would keep the temperature changes (or at least the condensation drips) to a minimum.

    Even the “Dribble Catchers” keep floor scrubbing down, just wash/disinfect it once a week.

  6. 14 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    Hubby and I have 2 clowders/families of naturally bob~tailled mommas and their babies; 5 from 1 and 2 from her sister hanging out in our “fenced” front yard, 2 of our vehicles’s engines, and even sometimes inside the house through the “cat’s door”. They are pretty as well as pretty feral.

    How do you catch the momma and her kittens at the same time? The kittens are on the verge of trusting us and I’m afraid the mommas will be preggers again before we can gentle them!

  7. 17 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    Maybe because it’s cozy . . . or snug, like a thunder-shirt but it’s a Box of Calm.

  8. 19 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    Our Vixen (RIP) used to leave her tongue out after a quick bath or a long bath. I always thought it was her cutest look! Now I know what to call it though she’s been gone for many a year . . .

    Blep. It’ll do, I suppose.

  9. 19 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    And curled his tail!

  10. 19 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    I missed that! Thanks!