Contestants For the “Kitten” Bowl

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On to the Super Bowl!!! Of course, that’s for us humans to get excited about. The cats get excited about the Kitten Bowl which is really cute. They decided, however, that it shouldn’t just be for the kittens. The big guys wanted in on the action also. Let’s see who wants to be in grown up version of the “Kitten” Bowl.

There are only eight players on each team, but they’ll play offense and defense. Okay, who’s ready to play?

On Team A, we have:

Kirby-Guard

Smells So Good!

Sandy-Tackle

Whenever I Have a Problem I Sing

Morris-Tight End

You're Still Talking

Ginger=Running Back

What Are You Talking About

Muffin-Quarterback (He can drive them down the field)

No Time to Explain

Tabby-Guard

These Aren't My Shoes

Fluffy-Wide Receiver

Let It Snow

Merlin-Tackle

Today I Will Live in the Moment

Now for Team B

Champion-Quarterback

Amazing Tail

Snuggles-Tackle

Adorable

Whiskers-Tight End

Don't Look At My Whiskers

Arvin-Tackle

He Doesn't Really Care If She Loves Him

Fang-Guard

I'll Laugh At You

Smarty-Guard

I Have All the Answers

Rhett-Wide Receiver

Tell Scarlett I Do Give a Damn

Sammy-Running Back

I Have to Run

 So, how will all of this turn out? You’ll have to wait until next week for the game. It should be very entertaining!

Marion Lovato is the author of Sam, the Superkitty.  Her book describes an ordinary cat changing into a superhero to protect his family from things that go bump in the night.  Available on Amazon as a paperback or Kindle edition.  http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1604588667

Gives Us a Break!!

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Saw a picture on Facebook the other day which gave me an idea for this week’s blog. Cats will sleep between 15 and 16 hours during a 24-hour period. But while they are awake, Katie bar the door!!! They make up for lost time with the things they can get into, mess up, or tear up. Since I have two cats, what one doesn’t think of, the other one will! (Reminds me of when my two sons were growing up.) Let’s see what they can get done in a short amount of time.

No Has Time

Two hour period in the morning:

Wake Up, Hooman

Cereal Killer

So That's Coffee

Not Your Fault

Now What

It’s probably time for a nap. Let’s look at two hours in the afternoon.

Am I Doing It Right

Awkward Moment

Poor Ralph

I Is Nascar Racer

Had to Barf

I Woke Up Early

Definitely time for another nap! Then it’s time for evening activities.

Completely Mad

Get Mikey

I Got the Fly

That Answers That

I Don't Want You to Miss Seeing How Cute I Am

Don't Brush Your Teeth

Of course, they’re always busy when you’re trying to sleep!

No One Was Using It

Not On the Table

Superglue Dog

Tarzan

Uz Can't Sleep

Well, kitty cats, I think that it’s time for you to get some sleep so I can too. Goodness gracious, it’s been a busy time! What are some of the things that your cat gets into trouble for? I’m sure there’s a lot of stories you could tell. Please share.
Marion Lovato is the author of Sam, the Superkitty.  Her book describes an ordinary cat changing into a superhero to protect his family from things that go bump in the night.  Available on Amazon as a paperback or Kindle edition.  http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1604588667

Cat Racing is SO BORING!

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Time for another original story!

Once upon a time, there were seven cats, two children, and a Mommy and Daddy that lived in the same house. There were quiet times when everyone was busy doing their own thing; other times, it could be very noisy. Kids and cats playing all over the house with each other or on their own. The cats could really entertain themselves with balls, yarn, boxes, or anything else they saw. The children sometimes would play with them too. Everyone had a good time.

One day, Mommy and Daddy started watching horse races on TV. They really enjoyed this. Pretty soon the children were watching with them. Those horses were so beautiful and ran so fast! It was so exciting to pick a certain horse to win and then see them go across the finish line. The children decided that they should have some races too. Since they didn’t have horses, they would race the cats!

The next day, everyone was busy planning how they would do the races. They needed a “starting line”, a “finish line”, and someone to start the race.  They used boxes with numbers on them for the starting line since the cats wouldn’t be afraid to go into the boxes. They spread out some yarn for the finish line because cats love to play with yarn. Everything was ready. Who would win? Would it be a tie? The boy yelled, “Go!’, and this is what happened.

Cat Racing

Marion Lovato is the author of Sam, the Superkitty.  Her book describes an ordinary cat changing into a superhero to protect his family from things that go bump in the night.  Available on Amazon as a paperback or Kindle edition.  http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1604588667