Okay, so once, way back when, Peep #1 didn't turn the bathroom light on one night and accidentally stepped in an accidental puddle lyin' next to the litter box. Boy-oh-boy, was she ever not amused.
But that was then, and this is now, and I'm not talking 'bout that kinda puddle anyway.
Yesterday, it rained. Then it poured. Then it rained a little more. There were a whole lot of puddles outdoors.
But that was then, and this is now, and I'm not talking 'bout those kinda puddles anyway.
This morning I awoke and was greeted by puddles of all sizes, all over the place. This morning the sun was up, and ALL OVER the kitchen and family room floors were puddles. I'm talking 'bout SUN puddles, of course. The very best kinda puddles of all.
They were glorious, my friends. GLORIOUS. And by the way, they still are, 'cause the sun is still shining and pools of light are still puddling all over the floor.
Makes a kitty like me super happy, for sure.
And guess what; the weatherpeeps are forecasting a WHOLE WEEK of sun puddles for me. Isn't that the most wonderful thing you've ever-in-your-nine-lives heard?
Of course, there was one minor altercation when both Mason and I were after the same sun puddle this morning. But that altercation ended when I, Seville the Cat, happened to notice AN EVEN BETTER sun puddle a few pace away.
Pardon me? Can you please repeat your question?
Ummm... No. No, I did not offer up the better sun puddle to my sister. I claimed that one for myself.
Unfortunately, just as puddles of water dry up, sun puddles do, too. Well, they don't actually dry up on account of their not bein' wet in the first place, but they do move on, you see.
So this morning, the peeps watched as we cats moved from one sun puddle, to the next sun puddle, to the next one, and the next, and so on, and so on. As the sun puddles moved, we cats did, too.
Until it was time for lunch.
Then after we ate, we sought out more puddles in which to lounge and luxuriate, and...
Hey Peepers! You think you could bring some more treats over here? And a nip mouse, too? Oohhh... And how 'bout a bowl of fresh nip water with that? No ice, but do make sure the water is cold. Mineral would be nice, if you have it. I don't wanna leave this sun puddle unattended, you see, in case some kitty gets any ideas.
Enjoy those sun puddles, but I think you are pushing your luck with your orders to the peep.ReplyDelete
That is the best kind of puddle and room service is wonderful!ReplyDelete
Send some sunpuddles this way, Seville. We had just enough warmth to melt snow that became ice rivers across the sidewalks, and now we're going to get just enough snow to make everything a complete mess.ReplyDelete
Those sun puddles are a little tricky, for sure! MOUSES!ReplyDelete
We had some sun puddles today too! It was about time!ReplyDelete
Sounds just the life I long for, puddles and mice and cream. I have figured out that when they when they move across the floor, thats because the floor is getting too hot for them so they move along to a cooler patch. I reckon–though Mrs H says she suspects it wont work–that if you have a cooled or heated floor, them puddles will just stay put as they will be just right. This involves spending some money, so best stick it on the peep's credit card. The joy is if this doesn't work, you do have a nice heated/chilled floor to lay on. :)ReplyDelete
Seville, we've had gray and snow and clouds and cold...not to mention ice. Sunpuddles would be gratefully accepted!ReplyDelete
Sun puddles are the best. I keep puppy pads under my litter boxes to catch any of those kind of puddles :)ReplyDelete
We are in despurrrate need of sun puddles here at Casa Wonderpurr. The only puddles we are getting are the cold wet kind outside.e Thank Cod they're not inside with us.ReplyDelete
You're lucky, Severs. The sun seldom comes out in ORE Gon in the winter, so I try to sun puddle under a lamp. It just isn't quite the same as the real thing.ReplyDelete