Madi and Mom

Madi and Mom
Down Home in NC

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Saturday Photo Hunt:


WE WOULD LIKE TO SEND OUR SINCERE PRAYERS AND CONDOLENCES

TO ALL OF FRANCE AND TO THE VICTIMS OF THE HORRIFIC TERRORIST 

ATTACK ON FRIDAY EVENING.

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Today's Saturday Photo hunt word is



FELINE: 

 of or about cats; of the cat family

What a simple definition for a very 

complex creature!!


Tuesday and Thursday's post were about how a Diva Feline spends her days.

click on each day above if you missed them.



To find the list of photo hunt words click here




Friend

Elegant

Loving

Intelligent*

Never ending curiosity

Energy



* Here are a few things I've learned about felines from Madi:

1. Never ever, no never, put your mouth on anything until you have     
 given it the paw test, you know the one tap tap tap.

2.  Be finicky, until you get what you like

3. The squeaky cat, always gets fed first

4.  Purr lots, make your human think you want to be petted...when 

what you really want is to taste them

5.  Never sleep where there is cat fur.  Demand a fresh towel

6.  Greet them at the door about once a week, rubbing all over their 

legs especially when they have on black pants

7.  Beg to be let in the bathroom while your Dad takes a shower

then when he gets in the shower.  Meow to the top of you lungs 

to get out.  I guarantee you someone will let you out!!

8. Never ever let the humans think you are happy...they will get

lazy.  


9. There are several ways to get a bite of whatever your human is 

eating (Madi's food of choice is Cheerios) 

a. sit right by their hand as they lift the spoon...head butt their hand 

those little O's will fall all over the table

b. sit by their hand again BUTT pretend to be sleeping...all of a 

sudden look up at the ceiling while cat chirping...they will look up 

too. Grab a tasty morsel and run for the hills!!



Mom has prior approval to take tomorrow off.  We will be 

back bright and early Monday, 11/16/15....

WITH A VERY SPECIAL POST TITLED:


WALKING WITH WOLFIES

aka KASI




27 comments:

  1. Those are great ideas.....wonder if they all work for dogs.

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  2. So sad about Paris! One of my close blogging friends is still waiting to hear back from friends there. Xxoo

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  3. I just want to say, Binga has TOTALLY mastered #2!

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  4. Excellent lesson in How to be High Maintenance, Madi!
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.
    PS from Gail - We are so shocked by events in Paris. Time to remember why Europe, and our friends across the Pond, should all stick together to defend our values.

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  5. Hari om
    Am numb at the news, but it is also important to maintain 'the norm'...which you do beautifully. Hugs and wags YAM-aunty xxx

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  6. :::::THUD:::::::

    That was Raz hitting the floor after seeing your GORGEOUS photo!!!!

    Hugs, your guy Raz and The Florida Furkids

    ps - great tips!

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  7. Firstly yes..we are all heart broken over the events of today..so sad so tragic..and our prayers go to all those in need..
    Madi...you have been maybe talking to Pickles who head butts me so i spill everything..she hits the hand the goodies go everywhere...but not the macncheese..that is a no go zone..loves Fozziemum xx

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  8. Madi, the feline will always confuse and bemuse the human! Which is just how we want it! Yes, we are horrified at those events in Paris and send our heartfelt condolences xxxx

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  9. What a great explanation of a feline. That is all so very true. All the cats here do that entire list of great things. What would we do without our kitty kats . Have a wonderful week end. Can't wait for Monday to hear about the canine.

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  10. We learned some new things about our feline friends from this post. You have some talents we never knew too. You cats are lucky because you get to walk on the tables while the humans eat. Us dogs have to hang out on the floor and hope for the best...that something might hit the floor.

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  11. Yep, that all sounds right to me!!!

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  12. I agree with Milliken and Walter, us K9's have to rely on our sad brown eyes & give a guilt trip to our humans to share what they are eating. BOL
    Very sad & horrific news in Paris! They don't deserve it!
    Hugs and nose taps
    Molly and Kathy

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  13. It's so sad about Paris! Why do humans have to be so complicated :(

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  14. We luff the way your tail curls in this pic.

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  15. Hey Madi!
    Wow, what a wonderful word for today! OMD/OMC your list is purrfect. BWAR HAR HAR Love the fur on black pants one. And those tips for getting foodables. AND great one about never letting them get lazy. Great stuff today!! My peeps are chuckling and laughing.
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Police Commish

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  16. Very sad about Paris. That is a great photo of you Madi and you have taught your Mom a lot of important things.

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  17. Hmmmmm.....we may have to try some of those Feline tricks on our peeps!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

    PeeEss-We are also sending lots of POTP to Paris....such a horrible tragedy.

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  18. Excellent ideas Madi. You are too smart!!!

    Wags
    Oreo

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  19. We are very sad for the people of Paris.
    My mum tells me I am finicky.

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  20. We are praying for the people in Paris. ♥ ♥ I love your ideas on how to get food. Please don't tell Bentley and Pierre. They beg enough already! MOL!

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  21. We are praying for the people in Paris. ♥ ♥ I love your ideas on how to get food. Please don't tell Bentley and Pierre. They beg enough already! MOL!

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  22. MOL! We love #7, Madi!

    We send lots of purrs to Paris.

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  23. We will have to adopt some of those feline tips. Thank you, Madi!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  24. Gweat lessons. Hope yous all have a blest weekend.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  25. Oh, I especially like #3! I am the quiet one in our family, but when it comes to dinner time, I let my voice be heard!!!
    Cammie!

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  26. oh Madi....you must have taught Putter Jean about the squeaky cat. LOL....she sat at our door yesterday AM and yowled until she got us up to feed her....

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