Friday, June 16, 2006

I'm coming to smell the lilacs!

Dear feline friends and human pets,

I recently received a package in the mail, and needless to say, I was very shocked. It came in a huge white box with the neatest print on the top, and I couldn't figure out who would send me, of all felines, a gift!

When I opened it up, I discovered there were all sorts of wonderful things inside: stinky ham goodness, a lilac candle, a hangable lilac, catnip meeces, and feather-tailed meeces! (There was also purple bubble wrap which I gave to Isis since she really could pop those tiny circles for hours on end.)

Inside there was a note for my human pet, and there was my postcard. I took my postcard out and read it:

Front

Rochester, New York

Back

Hi Zeus,

Please come visit us in Rochester, NY. We will have lots of fun. Oh! Our mommy works in the tall building on the right in the picture.

Sammy, Miles, and Trixie

Tomorrow, I get to meet The Meezers! I am so excited! I have never been to Rochester, New York, but my human pet's dad and one of her brothers works in Binghamton so maybe I can stop by to see them too. I also hear there's some big water around there, but no one will tell me definitely how big or what kind of water. Hmm...


However, I'm too tired right now for travel. Those meeces just got me too excited. Maybe a nap now and then tomorrow, I'll be ready to go!


6 comments:

The Meezers said...

YAY!!!!!!!! We are so 'actied! Mommy gotted us a limo to use all day!!!! - Miles

Gemini said...

Eww.. .your Momma is smart to get a limo around there! Won't that be fun?

George, Tipper, Max & Misty said...

Nice of you to share your bubble wrap with Isis.

Maggie & Molly said...

Your gonna have fun again Zeus, ohhh I knew I should have hid in your suitcase when you left my house *giggle*

Ayla said...

We used to live in Binghamton. Trust me. If you don't visit, you aren't missing much. All I remember was lots of snow.

Beau said...

Zeus, it's Saturday and you're supposed to be at the Catolympic at Patches' place in Idaho. You're supposed to be commentating.