Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Twinkle, twinkle one-eared cat

I moved this school desk and after that couldn't get the little rhyme out of my head. I kept making up new words. :-) I've got a million of them!

Twinkle, twinkle one-eared-cat
Wonder if you hear with that?
Rodents scurry, I'm surprised they dare,
since we know there's something crunchy there

The Inspector is healing fast. He even has peach fuzz growing so he no longer looks like he's turning into a snake. (Anyone see that 'B' horror movie called Hssss?)

The Inspector (real name: Morgan) looks a little grumpy about being disturbed. This is his new place to nap - the laundry basket. I'm not entirely used to it yet, I keep asking him "Where's your ear?"

Peach Fuzz!

Morgan is back to playing with the dog. He's instigating games of Tag and King of the Hill. Yesterday he left some body parts in the hall for me to clean up. Ah, yes, the Inspector is feeling good. But I HATE finding a spleen on the carpet. Hate. It.

{I don't know that it was a spleen, but I'm going with it.}

Looking good, Inspector 19, looking good!


  1. I'm so happy Inspector 19 is doing well. He's such a handsome man, and he has such a dapper look. Be careful, other cats may be envious and ask to have one of their ears removed so they can look so good!


  2. That one ear will take some getting used to. Love the school bench.

  3. Thanks for the update. No more Frankenstein like staples. So glad he is doing well.

  4. You are so funny! I love Inspectors name and attitude...:) and yours for that matter!

  5. You take care of Kitty, and Kitty takes care of you. It's back and forth. I love coming here to visit with BOTH of you!

  6. I'm new to your blog and reading all your old posts. Had to pipe up here and say your rhyme for the poor cat made me laugh until the husband gave me a strange look. I couldn't explain it to him cuz "..this woman has a cat who lost an ear..." just didn't seem that funny when I said it out loud!