Friendly Friday

I like to visit the boy. Technically he is youngest boy, but I don't really know eldest so I just call him the boy. I can still stand on his back like I did when I was a kitten.

He fleece blanket is very comfy.

He is very smart, he is getting a Masters in History. He has a very SCARY book in his room The Great Cat Massacre by Robert Darnton. When I saw the title I was shocked and meowed for Yang to come listen to the boy's lecture.

He assured us that the events in the book took place a long time ago, that not even Mommy was around in the 1730s. And that Paris is a very long way away.

That's a relief, we asked him a few other questions about cats in history and then Yang went off to play while I pondered our history lesson. Seems like people are always looking for scapegoats.  ~Yin, reporting for ATCAD

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  1. That sounds like a scary book!

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    1. It is and it made Mommy very angry as well as sad. She lost her desire to visit Paris they treated cats so shamefully.

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  2. That boy sounds like a good pal. We like a boy filled with exciting stories!

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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  3. It sounds like you have a very nice boy! #1 says it is so nice to hear of someone who is studying history, rather than business, finance or IT!

    Purrs,
    The chans

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  4. We are sure the boy was careful in telling what the book was about. History is very interesting. Mom wishes she had paid more attention to in way back in time

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  5. We almost didn't see you in that first picture until we made it bigger. That sure sounds like a scary book to read.

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    1. MOL, Mommy said it looked like I was growing out of the boy's head.

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  6. guyz...whoa..........therz a book that doez knot sound good two uz at all.....conga ratz two de boy on gettin a masterz dee gree ....we tried ta get a masterz in LUNCH BRAKE but then skewl ended two soon ~~~~ ☺☺☺

    heerz two a green spotted puffer kinda week oh end !! ♥♥♥

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  7. WOW, there was a cat massacre? In Paris? Have to go look at that one...what dumb anthros.

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  8. We bet you can learn a lot from Boy. But steer away from the topic of cat massacres:)

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

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  9. The boy sounds nice, but the book sounds awful.

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  10. Crikey I have a boy who likes history too. I can't sit on his shoulder like you can though.
    thank you for stopping by my blog today and wishing me a happy birthday. That sure was nice of you. No one, but you, remembered my birthday. Not even Mum and Dad. Well .... they did but not till 4pm on the day. Pretty slack, aye?? I didn't even get any ice-cream on my birthday and everyone knows ice-cream is compulsory on birthdays. Woe is me. So I REALLY appreciated your birthday wishes. I hope we can be friends.

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    1. We would love to be friends with you. Our parents forget our birthdays all the time. The only reason Mom never forgets Fenris' birthday is it's her birthday too. We hardly ever get ice cream, the homemade is the best but Mommy got some Mango ice-cream at the store once that the humans didn't care for but Scylla and Charybdis loved.

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  11. We do the Beins SO MUCH good by our presence. How would they get by without us?

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  12. You make a nice collar or scarf for your Boy, Yin!

    History can be quite intriguing, and some things are just too scary...but it shapes the way we are today.

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