Tama-Chan: Mama Tama here. I would like to start off by reminding everyone that today is KITTEH voting day in Mango Minster 2011 and my son, Bibi is entered. Now, I may hiss at him and maul him on a regular basis, but he is still my precious son, so I will please ask our friends to lend him their support in this endeavour. We rather suspect, looking at the comment that accompanies his photo in today's MM 2011 post, that Mango has never seen a kitty smile before? The link to MM 2011 is top left of this page.
Now, on to other things. The parcels that #1 sent herself from Japan have finally arrived. As per usual, she had quite forgotten what was in them so it was a great surprise for all of us, especially that there were some prize items in there for us!
Firstly, she had actually bought us a pair of cube tents! We have always read about them in other blogs but had never had one ourselves, and we are thrilled!
Here I am trying them out with Bibi:
Sei-Chan got her turn too:
Funnily enough, it also made our dome popular all of a sudden!
The cube tents were great but the real prize was a big yellow "Neko Kick" filled with Matatabi (Japanese cat grass). We all loved it so much it caused some serious whapping and snarling...
Bibi was the first to discover it:
And this is what followed:
[By the way, we tried to upload a video of Bibi but failed miserably. Would some of our Mac-using friends give us some tips on how they upload their videos, please?]
Then I discovered it...
Here is Sei-Chan trying to warn Bibi to stay away with her laser eyes:
He did not listen so this is what happened:
#1 is seriously considering ordering a few more...
Finally, #1 would like to say a big thank you to KB of Romping and Rolling in The Rockies for figuring out why we were having problems with post dates. In both cases, they were posts that she had started writing the previous day. Even though, she did not actually post them until the following day, idiot blogger insisted on using the date on which the original writing was done. As we have said before, there is nothing more stupid than technology that is trying to think for you.