Gentle Readers . . . and Maxwell,
I'm sorry that I gave you the address for my Facebook page when I told you about Brilliant Oscar The Kitty. I forgot that you can't access most of what's on my Facebook page unless we're "Friends."
Since you are all my friends anyway, you are welcome to send a Friend request to me at https://www.facebook.com/janie.goltz.7.
If you're not a Facebooker--and I don't blame you if you aren't--you can see Oscar on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EB-sKoP_It0&feature=share.
Oscar is adorable and very much loved by his adoptive parents!
Infinities of love,
Oscar clearly knows the drill, LOL!ReplyDelete
Before you know it he'll say mommy and daddy.Delete
Will try to send a request to you through Facebook. Have a nice time!ReplyDelete
Oscar is one cute Kitty.ReplyDelete
I think he's adorable. He's babied.Delete
I'm not on Facebook, Janie Junebug. Please hit me up at Christian Mingle. There's a good chance that Shady is God's match for you.ReplyDelete
I suspected that God had something very special in mind for me. You leave your spouse; I leave Willy Dunne Wooters; we run away together. How about taking me to England for a month? (Separate bedrooms, of course.) I've been praying for a visit to England, uh, I mean I've been praying to find the perfect man.Delete
What a cute kitty! Kind of reminds me of how my kitty murdered a spider last night, but she played with it (and terrified me) much longer before eating it. God forbid there is a spider somewhere she can't reach though. MRAWWRRRRRRRRRRRRReplyDelete
Our first kitty loved to tear the legs off crickets. It was great because I hate crickets.Delete
I can second Oscar's story--no fly in my house is safe from my cat. Of course, some lamps and pictures are not safe, either.ReplyDelete
Many years ago, one day I greased some baking sheets so I could bake something. I left the kitchen and returned to find paw prints in the grease.Delete
Oscar is very cute!ReplyDelete
I think so, too. He's adopted, and it always better to adopt a pet.Delete
Hi, Janie....I love reading your blogs, but I'll pass on the Facebook friend! Thanks for sending us the YouTube connection....that is one very unusual cat!ReplyDelete
Oscar's parents are intelligent and well educated. They're bringing him up well. Perhaps he'll go to Harvard some day.Delete
I'm spending less and less time on FB. I did enjoy it on Mother's Day.ReplyDelete
I don't do much on Facebook. It's a good way for me to see photos of my great nieces and nephews.Delete
hahahaaaa-My hubby calls them raisins. Actually any little bug the cats love to catch he calls them raisins.ReplyDelete
Once upon a time, The Hurricane and I ate at a restaurant that had shoo fly pie. A photo of the pie was on the table. I swore to The Hurricane that the raisins were flies. She was old enough to know better.Delete
Thanks for the invite, but I don't use Facebook.ReplyDelete
I use it very little. It's a time suck.Delete
See, now I'm getting all hungry too. ;)ReplyDelete
Would you like a blue cricket?Delete
Well, if it's a blue chocolate cricket, I won't say no. Otherwise...Delete