This weekend I got to play with My Margret and My Greg’s littlest little person, Katie. She petted me and we played tag and hide and seek. Best of all I helped her practice her meows.
After she went home I took a nap
~ this is Linus “the I had fun but boy am I tired” Kitty for the rest of the pups and kitties.
Tiny people can be very exhausting. Plus they taste delicious. Like gum. And dirt. You are smart to rest up, L., in case Katie comes back.
Love and licks,
Hi Cupcake! And strawberries, pizza, fruit snacks mmm yum. They do taste good, I can’t wait until she comes back! ~purrs, Linus Kitty
Linus, you are one special kitty to play with Katie like that. Did the girls not want to get in on it, too?
Hi Mrs. Amy, Thank you! My sister pups like to play with Katie too but they weigh between 75-80 lbs each and are all about as tall as Katie. So she usually pets them and talks to them in their woof language while someone is holding her, or she is in her high chair sharing her snack with them. She is doing a good job learning how to talk and can say Belle, Bonnie and Bess is Beh.
You will have to work with Katie to say Linus.
I know! It’s the most important name of all! My Margret says next time. ~Linus
The adult life / working adults is much less taxing than little people — perhaps? Just think if these ambitious young people were around more often — energy levels would have to increase!
Hi Mrs. Carolyn! You are right! ~ Linus
Yups those little hoomans are enough to wear out any kitty or pup! We bet you needed your nap.
They are fun though, well maybe not when they screech but all the other times!
~ purrs, Linus
Are you napped up now, or should I keep the noise down?
Hi Maggie! I’m all napped up, you can make all the noise you wannttt….zzzz
~purrs, Linus Kitty