October 16, 2006

Here we go again.

Well, Poodins, it is that time of year again. It is time for us to start growing the winter fur and trying to locate the best sun spots in the house. Bumpers is practicing by...ummm...sleeping in a tight little ball.

The winter fur is important as a back up. It is something that seems like overkill until you really need it. Mommy has a habit of letting us run out of the house when it is super cold and there is snow on the ground. You would think we would be wary since she never lets us run out of the house any other time, but noooooooo...we fall for it every time. We get outside and run into the snow and stop dead in our tracks (not really dead). It is at this time that the extra fur comes in handy. And if for some reason the beans dont heat the house enough then it works well for smothering them. I have been practicing smothering the mommy. I wait until she is asleep and then I lay on her face. I think the reason it hasnt worked so far is a'cause I dont have winter fur yet. I am trying really hard to grow it but it doesnt seem to work on demand. I dont understand that since I can shed on demand. I mean, at the stabby place, I can shoot fur about a foot off my body. Heh Heh.


George, Tipper, Max & Misty said...

At 6 months old, this will be my first winter and I don't know what snow is. Do you think I still need a winter coat? Should I send Mom out to buy one for me?

Your friend,
Misty E

Cecilia & The 2Bs said...

We hate winter, but our Meowmie likes it. She puts on the heater for us so we can be nice and toasty.

Derby said...

Yes sleeping in a tight little ball is getting more popular. But also the heaty things are warm now.