That’s okay, for some reason I usually want to say Larry Hagman played the blind man.
Yes, but Tillie was an alpha before Tabitha’s great great grand parents were even gleams in their folks eyes. And now she’s a female ghost cat, so that makes her the alpha female ghost, which trumps the alpha female every day.
Not true. DC has been known to miss two of his three meals and then come in an hour or two late asking if it’s feeding time. Have to put him up with his bowl and boy does he scramble to get to it.
Sounds like Tillie is beating up Tabitha for being so rude. And Tabitha can’t lay paws on her.
Well, at least Lupin and Elvis finally know Puck’s in trouble. Now they just need Tillie to come back and lead them to him.
Watch Sarajevo closely over this next year. Obviously watch Freyja too, but if Sarajevo is already missing Cuda watch her. Spotty been gone either twenty years now or almost twenty years, He was about twelve or thirteen when he passed. Lovely dog, loved our kitties as if they were his own kids. We had another dog, Sparky. We didn’t realize it at the time, I mean we’d been close to loosing Spotty when Sparky came along. Sparky was about half Spotty’s age, but he really made Spotty feel like a young pup again and at the same time Sparky very deeply looked up to Spotty as his teacher and older brother. We knew Sparky missed Spotty and we thought he’d be okay. He’d grieve but he’d be okay because he had us and the cats he loved as much as Spotty. He died about a year after Spotty, and there was no reason he should have died. We really think it was a broken heart. And the last kitten Spotty had raised, Reaky, I don’t think any of us truly realized how much he came to be attached to dogs until my sister had to send her dog out her. Reaky loved Ginger (Ginger is technically now ours) and really enjoyed being with him. Then when Ginger had to go back to my sister Reaky was slowly starving himself to death. Ginger came back out and Reaky got his appetite back and was gaining weight before Ginger went back home. That was it for Reaky. He only lasted a few months longer and just missed Ginger’s return by a few weeks. I don’t care what people say, animals can become extremely close to each other. So please watch Sarajevo closely.
I see Tillie is arising
I hear hissing from above
I see coffee spillin’ over
I see bad times today
Don’t stand around today
Well, it’s bound to take Puck’s life
There’s a Pucky in the trunk
I hear Tabby hissin’ and a-spittin’
I know she’s attackin’ soon
I fear Tillie isn’t worrid
I hear she’s postponin’ doom
Hope Elvis get’s himself together
Hope Puck ain’t prepared to die
Looks like we’re in need of Lupin
One one cat is saving for one cat
He’ll probably think she’s gone crazy again.
Puck has! And Elvis is clearly trying to ignore that ghosts exist.
I was thinking it snapped when it shut which to me sounds like old latches closing. So my thought was she and Agatha both would have to open one latch. But you may be right about the weight.
I keep wanting to say we watched that as well. Because of the subject matter it seems like we should have watched Inherit the Wind in Social Studies more than English, but English is the class we really watched much in that year. Our teacher did show us It’s a Wonderful Life in the Social Studies class room, which really was a terrible idea as I look back on it because that was the smallest of the three core classrooms/home rooms. Math was taught by your home room teacher which meant I had Social Studies and Math in the same room. And they’d put up one of those dividing walls to make up the English and Social Studies rooms. Old building originally erected in the ‘20s when classes were a bit different, sometime between when I started jr. high and the original construction there had been an add on that had added in the gym and what was our music room but most of the classes for jr. high and high school when I was in jr. high were in what had been meant in the ’20s to be a high school building and some of the larger rooms had been broken up by dividing walls to increase the number of class rooms. The only ones not to be divided were the science rooms so 7th grade science was the largest class room and that’s where we should have watched It’s a Wonderful Life because it wouldn’t have been so crowded. You know, having one third, between like 8/9 and 12 kids, of the class in the room at one time was quite comfortable. But the entire class was crowded.