Kitty’s Post

Hi Kitty!

Huh, what? Who’s there?

Oh, it’s you. Go away human, I’m busy.

Oh, I’m sorry. What’s the matter Kitty?

Oh, you know. It’s the blog thing. I made this blog, and you haven’t done a post on me in ages. The tomato and TV posts about me were a long time ago.

Oh, I’m sorry. I didn’t realize you wanted to be on the blog. Well, today I’m doing a post all about you.

Are you gonna show them what I caught several weeks ago?

Oh gosh. I don’t know Kitty. I mean, it might offend some people.

Oh c’mon. There’s no blood or gore or anything. I was quite proud of myself being an indoor cat and all, and you should be too. C’mon, show them what I caught in the yard.

Are you sure I should show the picture?

Ok fine, I’m leaving. I can see you don’t care, and don’t appreciate me.

Give me the keys, I’m hittin’ the road. Going to a place where I’m appreciated and loved.

Ok ok. If I show the picture, will you stay?

I’ll consider it a step in the right direction from you.

Ok, here it is. Kitty caught this all by herself, and we were quite proud of her. It’s a vole. They mess up the lawn.

Yes, I caught it all by myself. It had me down a couple times and was going to rip my heart out and-

Kitty, are you sure that’s how it went? You’re not varnishing the truth are you?

NO! It was all fangs and claws and I had to fight for my life and-

Kitty? Now c’mon.

Oh ok. But I’m still proud of myself for catching it, you know.

I know Kitty. Which is so unlike you. Normally, you are very humble. (Not)

I heard that.

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Suzanne

Cattle, corn, wheat, beans, mud, snow, ice, and drought. Plenty of fresh air and quiet. Our life is sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes joyous, but never boring.

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22 Responses

  1. Glenda says:

    Oh, my! Kitty has really progessed in communication skills of late! Please do interpret while I’m there for my visit. I wouldn’t want to miss anything!

  2. Doe of Mi. says:

    Just found your blog from the Pioneer Woman site. And am happy to do so.
    Your photos are just wonderful. I just love Gods great artistry of the
    country sides. And you capture it so great. I’ll be back to enjoy some
    more. Love your kitty. I have a cat who owns me too. LOL

    • Suzanne says:

      Hello Doe of Mi.,
      Welcome! Glad you found us, and Kitty is glad to hear from her fans.
      Thank you for visitin’
      Suzanne

  3. Karen says:

    Your website is just wonderful! I love all your beautiful pictures…I would be interested in knowing what kind of camera you use, as I need to get a new one soon. I have an older digital camera, but cannot capture all the good stuff with less than 3 mp. Thank you for your help!!!

  4. Melanie says:

    Cute post! I, too am a Kansas gardener–found your site off of Grow and Tell. Loved, LOVED your pictures of the wheat and storms! I’ll look forward to checking in on your garden soon!

  5. LOL! Love it. Cats have such a variety of personalities. Kitty, Good job catching the vole. I’ve never had one around but I hear they can wreck havoc with a garden.

    • Suzanne says:

      Hi Gardener,
      Our voles have stayed out of the garden so far, and confined themselves to the yard. Maybe they know we have a guard cat on duty.
      Suzanne

  6. Linda says:

    You kitty is just beautiful. And you did a great job of photographing her!

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/

    • Suzanne says:

      Hi Linda,
      Shhh…..don’t tell Kitty, but I think she’s pretty too.
      Thank you for stopping,
      Suzanne

  7. Teresa says:

    What a great job kitty! There’s something about going outside that brings out the natural hunter in a kitty!

  8. Stephanie says:

    Nice good shots! Love all of them. Kitty is pretty 😀

  9. Angela says:

    I love this post!!!! I have two kitties myself, but in the past I had a calico kitty and your post reminded me of her. Someday I’ll have another calico.

    • Suzanne says:

      Hi Angela,
      We picked up Kitty as a stray on a trip to Hannibal, MO. She’s been a good kitty, most of the time. :o)
      Thank you for stopping by,
      Suzanne

  10. OK! This post was absolutely adorable! I totally loved it! Love the conversation between you, and the cat! What a cool idea for a blog post! I am not offended by the kitty cat’s kill. He/she was just doing their job!

    • Suzanne says:

      Hi Bonnie,
      Kitty loved this post too. She would like to be on the blog every day I’m sure. Tee hee.
      Suzanne

  11. What wonderful pictures! We have a calico kitty too – and she also keeps the varmit population down. Kats are wonderful creatures. you captured and shared beatifully with your photos. I found your blog on Pioneer Woman through your weblink you left in a comments section. Thanks, I enjoy reading your blog!

  12. Leslie says:

    Kitty looks like one of our babies named Mom Cat. Kitty’s quite talanted. I bet that vole DID put up a fight.

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