Hi everyone. I’m sorry I fell asleep during my last post. It was just that kind of day.
I would have posted sooner, but I’ve been trying to manage my Mom. She is cleaning again. While doing this, she is re-arranging the home that took me weeks to
mess up organize. I don’t like that! Even worse, she found my secret stash of toys under the microwave. After finding them, she said, “Grace, I guess I don’t have to buy you any new toys for a while. You have plenty of them now.” I am not happy about that.
I don’t have a lot of news about my friends who live outside. I haven’t seen them for a few days. Oh, well. I will see how they are doing later. Right now, I have to hide my toys again so that there’s a chance that Mom will buy me some new ones.
Oh! Angelina’s at the window. I am so glad to see her. She always listens to me when I have problems. And, she may have some ideas on how I can con persuade Mom into buying me some new toys. So, I’m going to go for now. Type to you later, cats!
I just heard about the cat in Italy, Tommaso, that inherited 13 million dollars from his owner. My first thought was, Finally, a human who had their priorities straight! Mom read me two articles from human publications that told his story: The Daily Telegraph by Nick Squires, and an ABC news blog written by Kevin Dolak. The ABC article had a picture of Tommaso in it. When I looked at it, I saw he looks just like me! So, I wondered if I could switch places with him. After all, I am a black cat with green eyes. Then I figured out that that probably wouldn’t work. I think they’d notice that I’m not a boy cat.
Next, I thought of e-mailing him and
conning getting him to marry me. I gave up on that idea when Mom told me that his email address is being hidden so no one can kidnap or con him. So, for now, I guess I’m going to be Grace. However, I am posting this for you, Tommaso, in case you ever visit this blog. Tommaso, if you are looking for a wife, I am the cat for you! I’ve got to go, though. I have to continue looking for Callie. Type to you later, cats! Oh—and please pass this message on to Tommaso if you know him. Thanks!