Wednesday, October 28, 2009

SWINE FLU and other 'CAT'astropies

That is right

Swine Flu has invaded the Fenner Family!!!!

Lauren has a confirmed case and I suspect Brandon will when he goes to the doctor tomorrow.

Brandon asked me how they diagnosed Lauren's case.

I told him I showed them a picture of her bedroom.

(insert rim shot here)

(Hello? Tap Tap Is this thing on?)

Is if that weren't enough for one day my sweet little O'Malley cat (Click HERE if you missed his picture a few days back) who just cannot get it through his thick skull that WE MOVED, got into a fight with my son and daughter in law's cat and bit her. So they had to take her to the vet.

I went over there and brought him home. He just purred at me and gave me this totally innocent look.

What am I going to do with him????

Earlier in the evening I was trying to change the wiper blades on my car. Jasmine was helping. A lot.

What you don't see is the picture of her licking my face while I was trying to work on this.

Isn't she cute?

SHE wouldn't fight with my grand-kitty.

(Okay, yeah she probably would).

And finally... we have a pic of Boris with this very cute Halloween Kitty card that my friend JC sent. He was sitting there very extra cutely but he moved just
as I was trying to take his picture.

So the count at the moment is 5 very good kitties. 1 Very Bad Kitty.


Anonymous said...

Oh No! I hope you remember me! Bert and Ernie's Mom? aka Laura Nichols? I keep up with you through your blog and I miss you terribly. We must talk someday via phone. I will be keeping all of you in my prayers! Jasmine sure did turn out to be a beautiful lady! All of your cats are perfect. Bert and Ernie are doing great! Love my boys!

JC said...

Jasmine looks so cute !!!

Sorry to hear that your family has the flu. So far we haven't gotten it.

critterlover said...

Little turkey. Biting grandkitty. Sheesh.

I'm sorry to hear about the flu. Ick ick ick. Some cases I've seen here are fairly mild, a few days of nastiness... some, not so mild. Here's to a mild case and quick recovery.