This is the sixth post in a series about what we did while Mom and Dad abandoned us to help Aunt Patty and Uncle Chris with the M word. Our poor cousins Rainbow, Muse, Cinnamon, Toast, and Bruiser (the woofie) had to endure being cooped up in rooms that moved for days and days. If you want to know what Mom and Dad were doing, go read their stupid blog.
Dear Mom and Dad,
We confess! We had a few friends over Friday night, August 1st. The usual suspects came over, along with some new kids on the block — Sheldon, Rae, Gordon, Tammy Faye, and who knows who else.
Everything was mellow at first. Some of the new kids started a poker game at the dining room table. Actually, it was strip poker. A few collars and soft paws were shed. When they brought out the cigars, we said no way! This is a nuclear and smoke free zone!
Another group wanted snacks so we let them have some of our leftovers. They got a little raucous and soon a food fight was happenin’! We think Gordon started it because he has kind of a bad reputation, but we don’t really want to point the paw until we know for sure. Someone pukied in a few places, but we are not sayin’ who cuz we don’t want to rat on our friends. We cleaned up best we could, but some of it is still around. On Saturday morning, August 2nd, when Aunt Deb stopped in to feed us, she wanted to use the big noisy thing that sucks up stuff, but she thought that Daddy might not like that.
Just before midnight, lots of water and light and noise came form the sky outside. We were ascairt, so we all piled up on top of each other under the sofa. After the storm ended, everyone put on their little yellow rain slickers and tiny boots and left us Furry Bambinos to ourselves. We slept until Aunt Deb came over on Saturday morning to feed us.
Mom and Dad, please don’t be mad at us! We promise we will be good!
Your loving bambinos,
Panda Bear, Meerkat, and Padre
6 thoughts on “The Cross-Country M Word: Part 6”
Well, since they left you alone, it is only right that you got to have some fun!
It sure sounds like you guys were having fun. I’m not telling anyone — don’t they say “What happens in Cleveland stays in Cleveland”?
Now, if I had known there was a par-tee going on, I would had offered to come over and help…clear up of course.
I Dare You!
Yes, it is time again for another challenge from The Cat Realm! Come and check out the details on our blog.
I hope you will accept the challenge and will eagerly await your entry!
I totally agree with Daisy! What else are you going to do?
hahahahaha, Kelly Cat, yes—what happens in Cleveland stays in Cleveland and also on the catosphere! Aoise, ‘fess up, you know you were there! Daisy and Kilroy and friends from the Cat Realm, next time youse gotta come par-tay with us.