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Thursday, August 26, 2010


The picture is of Wang Wang at Adelaide Zoo. Lynettea will have to do better next time. I want some nice new portraits to post.
She tells me that the red haired kitty is still battling it out with the men in business suits. The people in green socks are feeling good because more people than before said they also wanted to buy green socks. I hope I don't have to wear green socks on my paws. Dressing up is not for me. Meanwhile we can't work out what the three people in between the red haired kitty and the men in business suits are wearing. They look very pleased with themselves, but aren't giving much away.
If any real cats had been allowed to stand in the election (or vote), then we would have all settled back comfortably by now at our food bowls.

Lynettea can't find out much from the newspaper, as the delivery man is throwing it into a puddle every morning now it is raining and the pages are all soggy.
Maybe next week it will all settle down.

I think I might consider a long rest on the bed until then. I don't like getting my pawsies wet (sorry, paws) and I don't like nasty wet splashes of rain on my beautiful fluffy coat.


meowmeowmans said...

It all sounds so confusing and involved. We think napping until then is a great idea ... you are indeed a wise cat, Diamond!

MoMo said...

Looks like the red-haired kitty is in a little trouble.

Huffle Mawson said...

My mum and dad want to visit Adelaide to see the pandas.

I don't understand all this election business either; as long as my food keeps coming I don't care either way.

Reenie said...

What a political little kitty are you! I'm impressed!

- Sherkhan

Keisha said...

Green socks? I don't have any green socks! :) I like socks. I will ask my friend if I can borrow some. :)

Keisha said...

That bear looks like it is havin a good time. :)

Neyland D. Cat said...

Cats and politics are a tricky business. I try to avoid politics, as it's simply too much work. Particularly here in the states. Democats, Republicats, blah, blah. Nobody ever addresses the issues facing the feline masses anyway. Forget financial reform... where is the talk about better veterinarian coverage? See, just talking about it has made me sleepy.

Neyland D. Catt