TGIF

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  1. Captain Kevin says:

    Disgusting and brilliant!!!

  2. Kevin H says:

    Growing up, we had an outdoor cat who lived in our garage. She was quite the hunter. Often, she would bring her catch (mouse, mole, chipmunk, etc.) to the foot of the door which led from the garage into the kitchen. She would yowl at the door until someone came to greet her and congratulate her on her latest catch. She would then feast on her catch on the spot while leaving behind the innards. Beware to the next person who stepped out the door, especially if they were barefoot. Make your own application. 🙂

  3. em says:

    i like Michael’s application very much – very true truth
    that said, this “i don’t want any cats living inside my house” person chooses to think that Miss Kitty was worried that the supplies were running out and she was trying to help 🙂

  4. I am reminded of how society / culture / the media want to place a screwed up Bruce Jenner on my doorstep as their gift and expect me to happily accept it.

  5. Laura Scott says:

    Treats are not always junk food. Treats are often a way to communicate love and depending on the treat, a way to acknowledge the person being treated; that you see and understand them.

    The lack of treats in her own dish may have let Miss Kitty know she needed to do her part and give you treats of the kind that she can provide. It may be her way of saying to you that it’s not all about her, you are in this too.

    She went to the places you value not to mark or to foul but to bless. A lot like God does for us.

  6. AA says:

    I’m with MLD #4.

  7. EricL says:

    I’m so confused now. I know Phoenix Preacher isn’t junk, so is it cat food or a dead mouse? Hmm, I will need to ponder this some. 🙂

    Actually, it’s a good TGIF but you’re meddling now, Michael. I need my daily fix of hyped news stories and world calamities.

  8. London says:

    Exactly

  9. Josh The Baptist says:

    I quit facebook this morning. Already having withdrawals.

    The junk has hooks.

  10. london says:

    That’s why I never delete my FB account, only deactivate it.
    Then, when I get over my need for a “time out” I can sigh back on.

  11. Paige says:

    Awesome. Love it. So true….love a MAN who sprinkles treats on his cat’s food. Very nice.
    Love sprinkles.

    The analogy is so true. Amen.

    Laura…. agreed #5. …. treats at times, show love….
    It’s how we ‘call’ our 3 cats in to the house and how we do nightly ‘roll call’ to make sure they’re all in before locking up. It’s also the morning ritual…. and honestly, we do sort of ‘assess’ how they look and are behaving during those treat moments…. so it’s not all junk.

    Junk media-eye rolling material. I love Facebook. I call it The Friendship Times…see you there.

  12. The Dude says:

    She gave you a mouse….your in the gravy with Miss Kitty.She dropped you a love gift.

  13. Surfer51 says:

    my reverse Manna fix link:
    http://www.abbeyroad.com/Crossing

    Just something about it.

    At times the tourist reenact the Beatles Abbey Road photo shoot that was done on the cross walk that you see live in the link.

    Just remember England is eight hours ahead of Pacific day light time.

    Ok this is my mouse. I will leave it right here…

  14. Nonnie says:

    Surfer51, I linked to your Abbey Road live cam on this beautiful summer morning in the UK. I wasn’t watching for more than 30 seconds, when a couple of tourists stood in the middle of the street and took photos! 😀

    I never knew that link existed! Thanks for the link.

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