Thursday, January 21, 2010

Tracy doesn't live here anymore

She just comes to visit and leaves again. She keeps taking more of her stuff when she goes. I have watched her out the window to see where she is going. She walks over to grandma's house and stays in there.

I was very worried, so I asked Denis if he and Tracy are splitting up. He said, "no, she's just staying with grandma to help her after her surgery. She'll be back in a few weeks."

What a relief! I'm so glad that grandma is ok after her big operation. I hope I can see her soon.

~Joey "hey, where's Tracy going? When's she going to play with the bird?!"

~Phoebe "oh brother!"

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Saturday, January 16, 2010

Wet food

Dear everycat,

Joey here. One of my new duties as co-chairfeline is to oversee the food supply in the PFC headquarters. Monica used to see to that and I assisted her from time to time, but now it's up to me. My main technique of communicating a need for a food dish refill is a strategically timed bite to a human extremity. Toes and forearms are very effective.

Well, recently I did some research on the innernets about kitties and kidney disease. I learned that we are very efficient at getting a lot of our daily liquid needs from our food. Kitties normally don't drink a lot of water because they get it from their food. Kitties that only eat dry food may be in a constant state of dehydration, according to my sources. So I requested Tracy to check out some of this wet stuff and see what it's all about.

So far, Phoebe and I really like the chicken flavor and the salmon kind, but the others are pretty good. So we decided that we will keep this up for good kidney health. We eat some I'm the morning and some in the evening. I think that it's helping Phoebe and I get along better. She doesn't growl at me when we are eating.

Hey, Pablo! This cat looks kinda like you and me! Doncha think?

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Monday, January 11, 2010

Grandma's in the hospital

Hello furriends. I just wanted to let you know that our Grandma is in the hospital today. She had a surgery on her heart. It's called "atrial valve replacement and double bypass". I asked Tracy if I could go visit Grandma in the hospital, but she said that we can't get any furs into her operation, so I have to stay home. I can go visit Grandma when she is back home in about a week. Tracy's not sure how much we will get to blog in the next few days.

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Big announcement!

Hi everycat!

Joey here with my Big Announcement. I've been promoted! Phoebe, Tracy and I had an important PFC meeting and determined that I will replace Monica as a co-chairfeline. I am honored and will do my best to fill her paws.

To get started, I did some editing in our layout and the fan club membership roll. Unfortunately, we had to say goodbye to one of our senior members, Princess, who went to Rainbow Bridge within a week of Monica. We welcome her little brother Pierro. Hi Pierro!

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Monday, January 4, 2010

Who's this?

Like Joey mentioned yesterday, we don't have access to Tracy's computer right now, but I have something to show you that is on our phone camera. We have a new friend here at the PFC headquarters. What do you think?

I think he's a boy, but he doesn't have a name. Any suggestions?he's a quiet guy, but he's pretty handsome.

Here we are posing in profile.

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Welcome to 2010!

Hi, everycat! This is Joey here. Tracy, Denis, Phoebe and I all want to thank you so much for your very nice messages of support while we adjust to not having Monica with us any more. It took us a while, but we are getting back to our routine around here.

There is just one problem, Tracy's computer is not working very well right now. She says that we can't get any of the pictures out of our camera right now so that we can do much blogging. This is not fair because I have some very important news to tell you all.

For now, we can only get pictures from Tracy's phone, so they are not the best quality. But they will have to do.This one was before Christmas. I was inspecting the tree to make sure Denis picked out a good one.

Phoebe helped with wrapping the presents.

And here are Phoebe and I. We've been holding some serious conferences about important PFC business. I'm hoping that I can make our announcement soon.