Da Beebs: So, pals far and wide… Are we right in thinking that some of you actually thought that our new outdoor kitty is a real live kitty that we has condemned to living outside? Really??? Ha Ha! In fact, our new kitty is made of lead. We could bring her in to the house for the winter. Would that make everyone feel better? I don't think any of us would object too much.
In other news, and on the subject of real, live critters, our friends over at Pikku Punapippuri gave us an award called MOUSES!
Now you surely all remember that we are fearless mousers here at Poupounette Central and any and all mouse(s) that come into this house have a death wish. In fact, when there is a mouse around, we hunt as a pack and take turns keeping watch. Isn't it amazing?
There are, as always, certain requirements that come with the award:
° That we thank the blogger who gave it to us - Done
° That we post it on our blog - Done
° That we use the word Mouses - Done
That we pass the award to two more bloggers. We think it's already done the rounds quite a bit, but we would like to pass it on to our friends, the Amigos, over at CAT TALES and to our Canadian friends over at MICKEY'S MUSINGS
Well, I can't leave you without a pic of me, can I?
PS: I just remembered something about how to say mouse in my language(s)! OK, so, in French it is SOURIS (which is also the imperative of the verb "sourire" meaning to smile!). In Japanese, #1's culture of adoption, mouse is NEZUMI, and in Armenian, her ancestral language, it is MOUG!