Hello Furriends! First, a huge THANK YOU to all of you who have commented on our Birthday Post! We appreciate your kind words and for helping us to celebrate our first birthday and comment-a-thon to benefit the Cleveland Animal Protective League (APL)! We want to extend Very Special Thanks to Momo, to Asta, to Khyra, and to The Cat Blogosphere who helped to spread the word about our birthday. You really rounded up furriends who showed their support! Thanks to all of you who commented, attended the party, and brought nip and cake!
We started our Birthday by hunting together.
Sunny patted this little guy a few times to see what he would do.
He just kept inching his way across the carpet while we watched.
He took so long to get anywhere that we sat down and got comfortable.
Mommy picked up our inchworm prey friend and let him loose outside. Bye, Birthday Bug! (Click to biggify.)
Next, we shared some cereal milk from Mommy’s cereal dish.
Even Panda Bear enjoyed some cereal milk.
Panda Bear is the one who taught us about cereal milk!
I had some crunchies after the milk.
Our big birthday present was for dinner: Real Live Fresh Dead Chicken Boobs!
Daddy cut it up for us to share with the other Furry Bambinos.
Sunny says, “Hurry, cut faster!”
I said, “I’m hungry!”
Finally, all cut up!
Mmm mmm good!!
Yum yum yum!
Panda Bear enjoyed the RLFDCB!
So did Padre!
Miss Floofs (Caramel) sneaked some RLFDCB from my dish while Mommy was serving …
So, Sunny and I ate the leftovers from Caramel’s and Cookie’s dishes!
Mommy will be making a donation of approximately $100 to the Cleveland Animal Protective League (APL). In addition, Mommy works for a company that matches donations, so that means the Cleveland APL will get $200 total!!! The Cleveland APL is a nonprofit humane society located in the Tremont neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio. In addition to providing shelter to cats, kittens, dogs, and puppies waiting to be adopted, the Cleveland APL also provides low cost spay and neuter services, as well as sponsoring a Trap Neuter Return (TNR) program for feral cats in the Cleveland area. It is where most PAWS kitties, including us, have their ladygardenectomy or hoohaectomy surgery done.
Thank you efurryone!!!