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Thursday, September 17, 2015


Today I picked up a bee. Lynettea saw I had something and made me put it down and we went another way down the path. Later when we were in the same spot, I picked up the bee again gently and then dropped it. I think it was damaged.
Lynettea was not happy and we had to go inside. She gave me a big lecture about picking up bees and how dangerous it might be for me if the bee stung me. Then she put some of my favourite jelly food in my bowl. After I ate it I threw some up and Lynettea was really worried (she said) that the bee might have made me sick.
I didn't like to see her worried, but there wasn't much I could say. I feel fine.
I am now resting comfortably in my blue blankie on the sofa, after a game running around the house. I am grooming my furs with my tongue. Some ladies admired me from the other side of the street today. Lynettea thinks I could develop a fan club, like Diamond, if I were more confident about going out.
Here are some pictures of a few of my flowers, before the hail chopped holes in the leaves.


Crab-apple tree

My Nasturtiums


The Florida Furkids said...

Please BEE careful. Bees can really hurt you.

The Florida Furkids

Summer at said...

I think bees would be fun to chase and catch... but yeah, my human doesn't agree.

Minni said...

Luckily you were not stung by the bee. It would have been painful:(

The Whiskeratti said...

Moms always worry about stuff. It's like their job. (PS: bees are maybe not the best bugs around....)

Georgia and Julie said...

We are glad you are OK.Maybe you just ate too fast.
Those bees can be mean though, but it sounds like it was already
damaged when you first found it.
We think you have an internet fan club too :)
Purrs Georgia and Julie,
Treasure and JJ

The Island Cats said...

Sasha, I got stung by a bee once and let me tell're better off leaving those nasty things alone. ~Wally

Tamago said...

Your mom is right, Sasha...bees are dangergous! In fact, one of my boys got stung before. Glad you were feeling fine after throwing up. Have a lovely weekend!

meowmeowmans said...

Our mum and dad don't like us playing with bees, either, Sasha. Humans are such spoil sports.