Madi and Mom

Madi and Mom
Down Home in NC

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

TUESDAY FAIRY TA(I)L(E)

Once upon a time there was a kitty named Madi
who lived a simple and satisfying life with her Mom and Dad
for the first seven years of her life.

 In the early summer of 2009, a mean flashy beast invaded her world. Everywhere she went he was in her face and invading her space.  She sought cover high, low, under and behind.
thinking if she could not see the beast he could not see her.

Alas that was just a fable.
She quickly learned the flashy beast has eyes and ears hidden all over the house no place is safe from his bright flashy beastly light.
The End

35 comments:

  1. flashy box is mean...
    we hate it!!

    BoBo Salem
    Meow Meow Family

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  2. It's no use Madi, we can run, we can hide, but we can't escape the flashy beast. We've even tried pushing things on top of it hoping to hide it and that didn't work. It won't go away!

    We like all those photos of your tail.

    Purrs,
    Cindi Lou and The Kitty Krew

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  3. Awwwww, but the flashy box means we get to see your lovely fluffy self and all the fun you have. See, there's the happy ever after ending prrrrrr :)xx

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  4. What a great, but sad story!That flashy box thing is in our house too and we try to avoid it whens we can! Hopes you have a great day!
    Snuggles and catnip,
    Bronson, Pepper, and Mum

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  5. Adorable! I am sorry flashy beast is so mean to you, Madi but I am so happy he's around as I would not get to see your lovliness each day!

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  6. MOL.. I think you always love mommy some clue where you are, Miss Madi : ) and it's so cute !
    Have a great day
    xoxo

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  7. Awww my friend! Have your Mom email me..you won my runner up prize on my contest! Yay!!!

    Licks and Tail WAgs from me!

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  8. BOL we all gots the same problem my friend. If I could get a hold of our flashy beast, I would chew it up!
    Lovies, Miss MIndy

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  9. You are just too beautiful. The flashy beast loves you.

    pawhugs, Max

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  10. If you can't beat them, join them! We should have a week of blog posts where we turn the camera on the peeps!

    Your pal, Pip

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  11. Oh Madi, the very same things happens around here. It is just a huge pain in the you know what. There just isn't any hiding. But we do love to see your great face.Take care.

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  12. Miss Madi you cannot escape the adoration of the fans :-)

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  13. Oh Madi, if it wasn't for the flashy box then I would have never been able to see Be"YOU"tiful pictures of YOU !!!! anyway it's the price you pay for being a "Diva"

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  14. Awwwwww, lovely, lovely, lovely Mads.......we are mad about you!!!!!!!!!!!!

    In answer to your comment yesterday....yes, we visit Abby and saw her mom's wounds.....our mom's is still healing.......but very slowly. We are purring that Abby's mom's heal quickly.

    xxxxxxxxx

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  15. Woof! Woof! Golden Hello! Been away for copuple day but I'm back. I can totally relate to that "Flashy Beasts" but I'm use to it ... I just can't resist the reward ... tasty treats. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  16. Peeky Boo, we see YOU!!
    We can't help ourselves, Madi, your fans need
    photos of you! LOL

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  17. The flashy beast can be a pain, but, just think of all the friends it has introduced you to. I, for one, am very glad that it came onto the scene.

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  18. yah that ole flashy beast comes outta now where and there is no where to hide!!

    wags
    Jazzi and Addy

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  19. The Flashy Beast --hummm. Maybe we should try and make friends with it, Madi!

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  20. That wasn't a FAIRY "TAIL" Madi! That was a true, true story. It's happening at my house too! :o(

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  21. Somedays we just like to be left alone.... Very cute blog, my friend!

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  22. The evil flashy beast does sound evil.:0#

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  23. Dear Madi, it's like looking in the mirror as far as your story. Sigh. It just never ends. You have my sympathies!

    Purrs,
    Lucy

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  24. Oh, that flashy beast is here too. Hard to escape its flash. But where would we all be if we couldn't see each other via our blogs. At least
    We can get treats if we cooperate with that beast.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  25. Fairy Tail? More like a Twisted Tale of Terror, in our opinion.

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  26. Oh, Madi, that flashy beasty light lives at our house too ... oh the terror of it!

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  27. Madi
    You are doing a wonderful job of making it hard on the flashy beast!
    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥

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  28. Madi,

    Mom left her flashy beast at her sister's house Sunday and hasn't had time to go and get it so I has been flashy beast free fur 2 whole days! YaY fur me!

    Woofs and Licks,
    Maggie Mae

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  29. There is not escaping that flashy beast - none!!!!

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  30. Madi, that flashy beast has followed me since I was an itty bitty kitty!! There's no escape!!

    Wally

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  31. Hey Madi, why are hiding on that couch, LOL, you look so pretty good at that post! :)


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    It's all About Pet Fences | Dog Fence

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  32. The flashy beast is relentless. Just when you think you've gotten rid of it, BAM, it's back, watching you. We feel your pain, Madi. You haf our sympathy. Purrs.

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Life is short, spend it with those who make you laugh
TONS OF HUGS
MADI AND Mom
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