Human To Go Out On Loan!


First he brings home these.
The pair of them are worse than fleas.
But I deal with their crap.
Literally, as I'm a nice chap.


Then he brings these.
They actually have fleas.
Or can get them at least.
On them I want to feast.


Then he keeps the tp in plastic.
That just isn't fantastic.
I can't eat it then.
Rough times at our den.


Then he lets them in.
I take em for a spin.
But he won't let me chew.
What is a cat to do?


Let Cassie kill it.
That may not be a hit.
She has mellowed out.
Still, she is not a fan of them about.


Then he doubles down.
Poop machines and puppies in town.
How can this be?
And now...now I'm no longer free.


Here I have to sit.
I can't have a fit.
I can't have fun.
I barely have room to run.


Wait. I lied.
I run when they come to my side.
Run right after the fluffballs.
I chase em down the halls.


Or just sit and stare.
See? No running there.
This one is kinda, maybe, sorta my buddy now.
Still it is beneath me because it can't meow.


Come and save the cat.
Take out the human, Pat.
Please, so I can have some fun.
He sits here and I can't get nothing done.

Are your humans all home too? What is a cat to do? Can't even chew some tp these days. What is this craze? He watches my every move. He has thrown off my groove. We'll rent him out until it is over. He is good with kid, cat, and rover. Don't worry, Nanny will feed us. There is no need to fuss. I know. I know. Home is where humans need to be. But he even watches me pee. How rude is that? I'm a stir crazy cat. I think I'll go leave him some gas. Maybe then he'll stop watching my little rhyming ass.

Stay on in even if it's a loony bin.

Now that the cat's complaining is out of the way. How is everything in your part of the blogland world? Staying in and safeWe hope all is as good as it can be and that you got a good stash of TP.

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  1. That's a lot of toilet paper.
    Cat, you can easily take both of those little mutts!

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    1. Nanny has a good stock lol

      Oh yeah, they've been smacked and rolled and smacked and rolled and ran into for good measure.

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  2. Those poop machines and puppies and toilet papers that you can't chew! Life may be challenging but you will get through :-)

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    1. We shall try, even though I so want to chew lol

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  3. the cats in homes everywhere are wondering why humans have invaded their space. They will change the locks, the day folks get back to going to work, play, to anywhere.

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    1. Yep, they sure aren't liking their routine upset

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  4. We're used to having the humans home, at least home most of the time. They can't go stir-crazy cause they are already crazy.

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    1. Used to it? You get used to it? lol crazy is a fine way to be.

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  5. In a world where toilet paper can now be used as currency, you're using it to block the doorway!! lol!! Sure, cat, we'll save you. Come here and hang with us. Thor would love to have you and he's way less energetic than your pooch. But you can't touch the couch here. No worries, Thor will teach you. He'll also teach you how to sing Baby Shark and chase the black cat that mocks him through the back door at night. When can we expect you?? :)

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    1. lol well it works as a good fence to keep the pups at bay when they haven't peed lately. Thor can even get some extra treats if he likes digging in the litterbox for treasure. Or would you make me go outside? Oh, I can chase a cat away with ease. 16 and counting I've tackled over the years. And 8 dogs too.

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    2. Thor is too smart to eat your "treats", cat! Of course you would have to go outside. No worries because Thory poo will teach you that also. If you can chase the black cat away permanently, then you can even share Thor's bed. That cat tortures my poor little pooch and sends him into fits of rage in the middle of the night.

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    3. haha well that cat would sure get the boots put to it, no problem there.

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  6. Green with envy of your stash!
    Wish with such I could make a dash!
    Quite the zoo you have these days,
    Might help you survive this insane phase!

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    1. Yeah, they keep one a hopping
      As more world bad news is a dropping

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  7. All is good here and we have a normal stash of TP, though I suppose we will run out in 6 weeks if I can't find any at the store. Looks like you have a full house!

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    1. 6 weeks isn't so bad. Full house indeed many a day.

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  8. I have my normal amount of tp. One dog, no cats and no kids. Except for the adult kid who moved back in with us.

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    1. Well at least she doesn't come with any dirty diapers lol

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  9. well of course Pat has to keep the TP in plastic; it is a hot commodity these days! Sorry you aren't handling so many around all the time and wrecking your day and routine, but this too will pass and the humans and other creatures will be gone hopefully soon!

    Pat, if I remember correctly yesterday was a significant day for you. I hope it was a good one and happy belated.

    betty

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    1. Has to keep that tp indeed. Adjusting we all are, some with a dirty look haha

      That it was. Thanks.

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  10. Those puppies are so tiny compared to the cats:)
    So far okay here. You stay self and healthy.

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    1. They won't be that way forever haha cats put em in their place now.

      Good all is okay there.

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  11. All the kids and pets are excited
    as the world around us begins to grow united
    moms and dads around the world
    are hopefully doing what we're were told
    and spending our time inside our homes
    where we aren't quite alone
    because we have our friends on here
    along with pets, kids, and some using Christmas cheer
    by hanging their lights in the windows for kids to see
    as they walk around the 'hood, they can shout with glee.

    I hope you are doing well, Pat!

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    1. Yep, more united in many a way
      Even if distance makes some stray
      Can stay on here and in the house
      Maybe even track down a pesky mouse
      Puppies and cats and kids oh my
      So far so good as the virus around here starts to fly

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  12. So cute. Love the pictures so much fun to see.

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  13. Back in the day when we let our cats outdoors in less than secure locations, we had a cat that would jump on any dog's back that came into the yard and ride it out. He was fearless.

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    1. lmao that sure was one kitty that pups shouldn't mess with

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  14. The cats do not look thrilled with their new roommates lol.

    It was nice outside today, so I took the dogs out in the yard for some fresh air and lots of running around. I think this quarantine is starting to grate on their nerves too. Thankfully, I have a lot of projects that have needed worked on for the longest time, so I've been able to start knocking off some lines on my to-do list.

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    1. One is kinda thrilled, new chew toys lol, the other, yeah, not so much.

      That is one good thing. Getting those things on the to do list knocked off. Just finished a book at my sea.

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    2. Congrats on knocking another book out!

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  15. Human To Go Out On Loan!
    Kitties not now home alone
    A real bother
    Oh, brother
    Kitties to put up with their moans

    Hank

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  16. Thanks for sharing the photos, Pat. This wass my best laugh all day! And we all need lots of laughter right now. After two weeks of looking in various stores, Terry finally scored some tp on Wednesday. We had a fairly good supply, but now we can relax.

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    1. Laughing is sure what one has to do these days indeed. Good he scored some tp. We had shelves of it here. People have stopped going super nuts, at least for now.

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  17. Ha, ha, ha. Thanks for that Pat. For Christmas I got the family a comic book entitled Putain de Chat, F ... ing Cat, author Lapuss’, illustrator Tartuff (ref. Play by Molière) ... and touffe de poil, hairball. On the first page, Mummy Cat is training her three kittens to jump and settle on the master’s belly without him having time to react .... The Cat’s name is Grisbi ... a mafia nickname ... Maybe you could get into a new genre ... after the craziness has subsided ... so we don’t forget and learn with humour. Just a thought. Writing out loud.

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    1. Talked too soon, that’s what happens when you don’t twist your tongue seven times in your mouth before opening it, as my husband keeps telling me. Just checked out your Cassie and the Wild Cat ... but I was thinking more of an adult graphic novel ... with a good dose of laughs.

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    2. Sounds like a fun one. I already have the kiddie ones with the cats and then a few adult ones with Profanity Granny and Ready Eddie, they seem to be a hit.

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  18. Photo of our cat, my eldest daughter’s that she sprung on us when she left for London 3 years ago.
    https://lifeinpoetry.home.blog/2020/03/28/1132/

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  19. 2 delightful bi-pedals along with your quadrupeds? Well, that is one busy place.

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    1. That it sure is. Many an interloper here lol

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