July 22, 2013

the daily "doings" of Kitty, the blog "animal"


photo by Donald Kinney

Kitty, the blog animal   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     June 27, 2010
With Kitty it's not always easy to determine if she is just deep in a mood, or if she is actually thinking about something... 

Or maybe it's a bit more complex--maybe she finds comfort in exploring her spot in the space-time-continuum.   E equals M x C squared, and all that jazz... 



I ask her only simple questions--like what planet she's from...  
Either she doesn't know or she isn't telling...



photo by Donald Kinney

Kitty, the blog animal   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      September 26, 2010
Well, Kitty, my  trusted companion,  is right here as always--there is just enough space for her on my lap...

We are a real team--she does nothing and I get to write about nothing--it's a great working relationship... 

Often, when the work is done, we hang around Kittyland afterhours and think about, well, largely nothing...  
Always nice to have that trusted companion nearby.



photo by Donald Kinney

Kitty, the blog animal   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         May 30, 2009
Kitty's buddy, I think his name is  Alvin the Chipmunk,  wanted to know why we had no edition of KittyBLOG last week... 

 Well, Alvin, it's my fault I suppose, although I'm going to try my best to blame it on Kitty...



Last week I was getting all set to "do" KittyBLOG when Kitty decided not only to walk across my keyboard but also to sit on my mouse...   That delay caused another delay, and another, and another--so here we are today... 



Where's Kitty?   On my lap as usual--and right now she is having a rather wild dream, complete with snorts and snurts and a bit of wiggling around... Evidently, Kitty is a million miles away right now...   Life goes on...
Well, it has been about two years now since Kitty died. The hole in my heart which used to be big enough to drive a truck through is healing.

She was a great cat. Perhaps a bit demanding, but cute enough get away with most everything. But what she taught me over those ten or so years is the realization that "no man is an island". Kitty needed me and I needed Kitty--it all worked out quite nicely.

Kitty won't be "replaced" any time soon--and the other cats in the neighborhood, along with a plethora of deer have been taking-up-the-slack and keeping me company here at the place we knew for so many enjoyable years as "Kittyland".
Kitty's website is still up and running at www.pestbouncer.com


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3 comments:

photowannabe said...

It's hard to believe that it's been two years since Kitty left.
I'm glad time has begun healing that empty spot.
The neighborhood deer and cats will never replace her but I'm glad there is a subtle substitute.

Namastenancy said...

I am glad as well that time is healing that wound. You might enjoy reading Neruda's 'Ode to a Cat" as a companion to your "Ode to Kitty."

......The cat,
only the cat,
appeared complete
and proud:
born completely
finished,
it walks alone and knows what it wants.... more at

http://pramidasworld.blogspot.com/2012/05/pablo-nerudas-ode-to-cat.html

m e l i g r o s a said...

that one with the squirrel<3333 omg i cant stop smiling!

 
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