posted by pissed off patricia at 2:35 AM
I say for the last time, I AM NOT A CAT!
Is that like the cardboard flat mommies and daddies used by spouses of troops in Iraq to take their place while they're serving overseas that I was reading about in the Sun in the checkout line yesterday? By the way, they also said the end of the world will be 11/9 2006, so maybe it doesn't really matter who wins the election.
Fred doesn't appear to be too happy with the heartbreaking symbol of his loneliness. But it does allow him to focus his grief and function normally in society. He can have his breakfast on it too.
All 4 of my cats wish they were the only cat. Maybe Fred would like a video to watch with his flat friend. I recommend "The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill" ( http://www.wildparrotsfilm.com/ ).
It's the only solution as they don't like other 3D cats.
The four members of my pride long to have flat cat friends. As it is they simply divide the house into mutually exclusive territories except at feeding time.Fred is fortunate.
Good Morning, everybody. Is it too early to start drinking? Fred looks like he could use one as well.
Your cat is once more a Fave Foto Friday pic!!!
I'd be creful it could be another operative in his spy game lol
It’s nice that you’ve provided Fred with not only a companion, but with a credit card as well so he can make these discretionary purchases!
This just in: Hastert demands a full, in depth probe of Foley.
he looks pensive there. did he just eat or is he about to?
That is soooooo much more than a "flat cat." It only looks like a "flat cat." In reality, it is a bluetooth device that allows Fred to download kittles 'n bits at his leisure, as well as pics of young kitties from the internet. Fred gets his revenge!! (See your Mastercard bill for details)
NOOO!!! The world can't end on 11/9/06, my birthday's on the 11th!Well, gives me an excuse to bake my cake earlier, and often.Heh. Our cat doesn't seem to miss his brother, who died earlier this summer, at all. In fact, he was frequently engaged in trying to flatten him...
Fred probably plans to put the Flat Cat in the window to distract the Mob while he makes his escape.
I am on record regarding my disdain for all things feline, but Fred reminds me of my neighbor's outdoor cat. In the wee hours of the morning yesterday I found him lounging on one of mt front porch rockers; when he jumped I almost screamed like Hillary Clinton upon seeing a penis.It should go without saying that this cat must now die.
I think Fred should have his own fan club. Or even a blog...
I’m lucky cats don’t need things, have possessions. They are like Romans, want to take everything over. With five of them bringing their possessions here my kingdom would soon be so full that I would have to move away.
We have one cat that needs my socks. I don't know why, but if I leave my clothes closet open, she pulls every last pair of socks out, and leaves them all over the house.As for the linked story - that's just sad.
Lew, that's exactly what it is.
Wow, that flat daddy thing is just down right creepy. What happens if daddy is killed in Iraq? Do they bury the "flat daddy?" I think a nice 8"x10" on top of the telly would be quite sufficient.
Thanks very much for the continuing saga of Fred. I enjoy it a great deal (any chance you can get Fred a little friend???)
Aw!! How cute! Fred's much cuter than his friend.
Just hope he doesn't suddenly grab that flat cat by the back of the neck. He might end up being one very frustrated Fred The Cat.
Resourceful, isn't he!
I can't deal with N. Korea either, but I love the picture of Fred the Cat. We had to put our 16-year-old dog to sleep about a month ago and I've been thinking about getting another pet. I had a cat years ago but had to get rid of her because my son had asthma, but my son is all grown now and moved away. Fred inspires me to think about a feline addition to the family! Thanks, Fred.
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