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MLK JR. SPARK & AWWW-DORABLE KIZMET

Sparks

Today we honor and remember Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. King said so many meaningful things during his lifetime, that I had a difficult time selecting one. Wanting to be nonpolitical, I selected a quote that spoke to me.

 

A.I. image of Martin Luther King (MLK) Jr., with the following quote: "The art of acceptance is the art of making someone who has just done you a small favor wish that he might have done you a greater one."

 

Sparks is the creation of Annie from McGuffy’s Reader. Sparks began as a blog hop, created by our friend. Annie stated when she began Sparks, “I believe we are meant to be lights in this world. If we allow our light to shine, we can see where we are going. It is then that we can begin to truly see each other clearly. Together, we can light up the entire world.”

Awww. Mondays

Kizmet has been snoopervising the packing up of Christmas ornaments. I am so lucky.

 

Grey Cat in a green Christmas ornament storage tote.

 

Kizmet is always awww-adorable, and so she will be participating in the Awww Mondays blog hop at Comedy Plus. If you would like to do the same, click on the Awww badge.

 

The Adventures of Periwinkle & Stinky

Tomorrow is that special day each week when Periwinkle and Stinky set out on a new adventure. Periwinkle is busy planning what they’ll be doing. I am certain she has something fun in mind, and the tabbies will be looking forward to seeing you over at Friends Furever. Please don’t let them down.

Thanks for joining us today.

 

THE ADVENTURES OF PERIWINKLE & STINKY: PART CCXVIII

Periwinkle’s Arrival

Stinky is waiting impatiently for Periwinkle. He hates that they only get to see each other one day a week. But, he knows, they both would have a hard time planning more than two adventures a month.

When Stinky hears the whoosh from the teleportation tunnel, he runs to catch Periwinkle as she tumbles out. After several paw hugs and whisker kisses, Stinky braces himself for Periwinkle’s inevitable question, and she has it at the ready. “So, Stinky, what excitement have you planned for us today. Are we going to help take down the Christmas decorations?”

“No, I put my paw down and vetoed that when my mom suggested it!”

“Good boy! So what is up today?”

National Word Nerd Day

Stinky looks away and whispers, “We are staying right here and celebrating National Word Nerd Day.”

“What the heck is that, Stinky?”

“National Word Nerd Day is a time to celebrate and enthuse about vocabulary and our favorite words as well as the importance of language in our culture. Those who celebrate are encouraged to get a dictionary or thesaurus and learn some new words. After learning them, they should try to incorporate them into conversation. Others who wish to celebrate can do so by doing crosswords and word puzzles.”

“That seems like an odd choice to me. After all, we are cats, and the only reason you and I talk and not meow is because we are cartoon cats,”  Periwinkle tells Stinky.

“Well that’s true. But, you know how difficult it can be to come up with new adventures. And this was the only thing that is celebrated today that had any potential of offering us something to do.”

“Who the heck thought up this day, and what are we going to do?” Asks Periwinkle.

Celebrating National Word Nerd Day

“National Word Nerd Day began in 2007, but its origins and who came up with the idea are unknown. That’s not important. To celebrate, I have a couple of ideas. First, we need to determine our favorite words,” replies Stinky.

“I know yours, Stinky. That’s so easy. It’s TREATS.”

“How do you know my word isn’t Periwinkle?”

“Is it, really? I would love that,” gushes Periwinkle.

“You were right about treats, but for today it is going to be Periwinkle.” Periwinkle throws her arms around Stinky’s neck and gives him a huge hug and a kiss on the cheek.

“So what is your favorite word, Periwinkle?”

“I am going to pick treats as you didn’t.”

“Do you know if your mom has a favorite word?” Stinky asks Periwinkle.

“Yes, it is cats,” she replies.

“Well, that is no surprise. My mom’s is serendipity and my dad’s is mindfulness.”

 

Periwinkle Stinky National Word Nerd Day: Two cartoon tabby cats standing in front of a blackboard with the words: mindfulness, treats, serendipity, cats and Periwinkle.

 

“Stinky we need to try to put all our words into a sentence.”

“That’s a cool idea, Periwinkle. Go for it.”

Periwinkle spends a lot of time thinking before sharing with Stinky what ends up as two sentences: “We must practice mindfulness when giving our cats treats, especially Periwinkle. If she gets extra, it is serendipity.”

Stinky applauds Periwinkle’s effort.

“I found a site online that has nineteen words for nerds. I picked four words, and I thought we could make sentences with cats or a specific cat as the subject. And we won’t tell our readers what the meaning of the words.” Stinky tells Periwinkle.

Nerd Words and Sentences

“That sounds devious, Stinky. Let’s do it! We each can do two of the words.”

Periwinkle: Callipygian ~ All kitties have callpygian. That’s why we celebrate Tocktober.

Stinky: Truculent ~ Calista Jo is always truculent.

Periwinkle: Lambent ~ Stinky is the king of lambent.

Stinky: Basorexia ~ Periwinkle is famous for her basorexia.

 

 

Periwinkle Stinky National Word Nerd Day: two cartoon tabby cats in front of a blackboard with sentences using the words: callipygian, truculent, lambent and basorexia

 

“If our readers cannot figure out the meaning from the sentences, this is the web-site where I found them: Nineteen Nerd Words for Dictionary Day. They also can check out the other 15 nerdy words. I bet some of these have been used for spelling bees, Periwinkle. That first one is a real doozy!”

“This feels as if we are in school, Stinky. Can we take a break and visit with some of your fursibs?” asks Periwinkle.

“Sure, let’s see who we can find. They are all going to be somewhere in the house because of the rain and wind we are having.”

Socializing

 

Periwinkle Stinky National Word Nerd Day: Two cartoon tabby cats with three real cats, a torbie, a ginger tabby and a grey, all surrounding a toy that looks like a wedge of cheese with a mouse peeking out.

 

“Hey, Stinky, Audrey, Cooper Murphy and Kizmet are playing with the cheese/mouse toy. It’s just like the one Sawyer sent Noelle for Christmas. I’ve been playing it a lot and have gotten really good. Let’s play with them!”

Stinky agrees, and Periwinkle discovers that Kizmet never misses whapping the mouse when she gets a turn.

Cooper Murphy tires and hops to the cat tree for a nap and finds Raleigh already there acting silly. Cooper Murphy looks at Raleigh with destain when Periwinkle gets on the tree to visit with him.

 

Periwinkle Stinky National Word Nerd Day: One cartoon tabby cat with two ginger tabby cats on a cat tree.

 

Periwinkle spends a little time visiting with Raleigh until she hears Stinky calling her to the kitchen for a snack. She heads to the kitchen with Calista Jo and Kizmet hot on her heels.

 

Two cartoon tabby cats sitting at a kitchen island with a dilute tortoise shell cat and a grey cat sitting on the counter and cartons of Temptations and Friskies Treats.

 

“I see we won’t be nomming alone,” says Periwinkle.

“When it’s time for treats, everyone comes running,” replies Stinky.

“I totally understand,” Periwinkle tells him.

When the kitties have finished their treats, it is time for Periwinkle to head home, and Stinky walks her slowly to the teleportation tunnel. As they always do, the tabbies spend several minutes whisker kissing and paw hugging. Then with final waves and blown kisses, Periwinkle enters the tunnel and is gone in a whoosh.

Stinky heads to the bedroom to nap with his fursibs and dream of Periwinkle.

The End

Periwinkle and Stinky will be joining the Happy Tuesday blog hop at Comedy Plus. To join them there, click on the badge below.

 

TWO CATS & TWO TREES

Awww Mondays

 

A collage with a tuxie catt and a tabby cat lying under two different Christmas trees.

 

I discovered Lisbeth and Raleigh enjoying some tree time yesterday. Lisbeth was under the cat tree in the foyer, and Raleigh was once again under the bear tree in the dining room. The sunroom, where the tree with my glass ornaments is located, remains off limits to the kitties.

If you read our last Feline Friday post, “Raleigh Discovers Magic of Christmas,” you may recall that I said Raleigh’s fur is not the bright orange color it appeared in that photo. The above photo shows the true color of his furs…sort of beige. If you missed the previous post, click on the link.

Our two tree huggers will be participating in the Awww Mondays blog hop hosted by Sandee at Comedy Plus. To join it yourself, click on the badge below.

Sparks

 

Our Spark today is Kitties Blue and my wish for all our friends and their families and furmilies in the new year.

Sparks is the creation of Annie from McGuffy’s Reader. Sparks began as a blog hop, created by our friend. Annie stated when she began Sparks, “I believe we are meant to be lights in this world. If we allow our light to shine, we can see where we are going. It is then that we can begin to truly see each other clearly. Together, we can light up the entire world.”

The Adventures of Periwinkle & Stinky

Tomorrow also is the day when Periwinkle and Stinky set out on a new adventure. They will be taking off from Periwinkle’s home over at Friends Furever. I know the tabbies are looking forward to sharing their adventure with you, so please don’t let them down. Their adventures are always worth a few minutes of your time.

Thanks for joining us today. We’ll be back on Wednesday.

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!

 

 

 

 

LISBETH’S NEW YEAR’S EVE SELFIE

Sunday Selfies: Week #489

Lisbeth is here today with the last selfie of the year and wishes everyone a Happy New Year.

 

The Cat on My Head New Year 2024: A tuxedo cat in a holiday frame with the words 2024 Happy New Year.

 

Did you know that Lisbeth was the host of the very first Sunday Selfies blog hop? It was on August 17, 2014, and she has definitely improved her selfie skills in the past nine-plus years. If you’d like to see her selfies from then, click on the post title, “Sunday Selfies Blog Hop.”

As you know, Lisbeth is a cat of few words. And it is time for her to head back to the top of the dining room cat tree, where she spends at least 2/3s of her time! So, before she signs off, she invites you join her on the hop.

 

All of us here at The Cat on My Head remind you, if you are heading out to celebrate this evening, please stay safe and be careful! We want to see you right here tomorrow for New Year’s Day 2024!

Thanks for being hoppers and friends!

 

 



THREE SLEEPS ‘TIL CHRISTMAS

Feline Friday

 

three sleeps 'til Santa: Grey tabby cat napping with eyes barely open.

 

Right after Sawyer joins the Feline Friday blog hop at messymimi’s meanderings, he plans to sleep until after Santa arrives. If you’d like to participate in the hop, click on the badge below.

Friendly Fill-Ins

The Friendly Fill-Ins blog hop is hosted each Friday by Ellen (15 And Meowing) and Lorianne (Four-Legged Furballs). They publish the fill-in sentences on their blogs each Thursday. To join the hop, click on the badge at the left.

The kitties let me do all the fill-ins myself today. Lucky for me, they were easy to complete. As usual, I used teal italics for filling in.

1. I’ll be home with Dad Tom and the Kitties for Christmas.

2. I am eager to see everyone open his/her their gift(s).

3. ‘Twas the night before Christmas, and I wrote this little poem for our annual Blues’ News newsletter:
‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house
not a cat was stirring and nary a mouse.
They’d all been dismembered with joyful glee,
and their remnants placed under the tree,
as gifts for the humans in the hope they’d be glad,
and Santa wouldn’t label the kitties bad!
Their numbers are down by one as the year comes to a close,
and we now continue this missive in prose.

4. I always have a huge mess of wrapping paper, bows and boxes to clean up the day after Christmas.

That’s it for us today. We’ll be back tomorrow with some Caturday Art. Hope to see you then.

 

THE REAL SANTA & THANKFULS

Thankful Thursday

As Christmas draws closer, I am thankful that most of my preparations are completed. All ten packages going to family and friends made it to the post office today. Only two will not arrive before Christmas, which is better than I expected. And they are scheduled to be at their destinations on the 26th.

I also finished writing our annual newsletter, “Blues’ News,” which was emailed ahead of schedule yesterday.

The Kitties Blue Christmas cards, which I didn’t order until December 13, arrived on Monday (three days prior to the promised arrival date). Though they will arrive after Christmas for most of you, I will have them in the mail prior to Christmas. I couldn’t be happier.

Kizmet asked me to thank everyone who left Gotcha Day wishes for her. Dad Tom put a brand new, fancy scratching post together, which she’ll have to share. Unfortunately, that’s what happens in a multi-cat household.

I am thankful for receiving three badges as a result of being one of two first commenters as well as the first right guesser on the Tuesday Teaser at Two Spoiled Cats.
The Real Santa: Three Tuesday Teaser badges.
Kitties Blue and I are thankful to each of you who have sent us holiday greeting cards. Your friendships are priceless, and we are so thankful to have you in our lives.

Thankful Thursday is a blog hop hosted by Angel Brian. To join us on the hop, click on the badge below.

 

Thoroughly Poetic Thursday

Wow, can you believe that Christmas is now only four days away? I hope the Santa in Teddy and Angel Sammy’s (Two Spoiled Cats) inspiration photo for today’s poem isn’t seriously injured. Could turn Christmas Eve into a disaster!

 

The Real Santa: An obviously fake Santa lying on the floor with their head buried under Christmas gifts.

The REAL Santa Claus

This Santa looks deflated.
Those hands are definitely feminine!
Did the real Mr. Claus discover
this imposter on his turf
and decide to bury her in gifts
to play a trick on all the kids,
who came to sit on Santa’s lap?
Today, no department store fake
will replace the REAL, red-suited man.
He’ll meet each and every child
and pledge a visit on Christmas Eve,
as long as they promise to always believe
in the one-and-only, true Santa Claus!

© Janet Buickerood Blue – 12/20/2023

After I wrote this it reminded me a a really fun Christmas song by The Beach Boys, “Santa’s Beard.” It always makes me happy when I hear it. Hope you enjoy it!

 

 

I tried to write a poem that included Kitties Blue, but couldn’t get it right. I plan to keep working on it, and if I can pull it off, I will post it on Caturday.

Each week Angel Sammy transmits his poem from the Rainbow Bridge to Teddy for publication. In our opinion, he’s a talented poet, so pop on over to Two Spoiled Cats, by clicking on the poetry badge, to check out Sammy’s poem and get the photo for next week’s challenge.

Thanks for visiting us today. Hope to see you again tomorrow for Feline Friday and Friendly Fill-ins.

 

KITTEN PLAYTIME & A CHRISTMAS SPARK

To create the background for today’s Spark and the image for Awww Mondays, I used the piZap A.I. feature.

Awww Mondays

 

kitten Playtime Christmas: Six calico kittens playing with a giant candy cane cat toy on a green rug with red flowers in front of a decorated Christmas tree.

 

The directions I gave the A.I. app was to create an image of six kittens on a green round rug with red flowers. I asked that they be playing with a large candy cane cat toy, and that a Christmas tree with lights be in the background. I selected the ultra glam style for the image.

Here’s a puzzle for you from the kitten image.
preview132pieceCalico Kitten Christmas

The little calico kittens will be joining the Awww Mondays blog hop hosted by our friend, Sandee, at Comedy Plus. To participate, click on the badge below.

Sparks

 

An A.I> created image in art nouveau style with and orange cat under an abstract Christmas tree with the following quote by Thomas S. Monson: "My brothers and sisters, may the spirit of love which comes at Christmastime fill our homes and our lives and linger there long after the tree is down and the lights are put away for another year."

 

I have quoted Thomas S. Monson in a previous Christmas Spark. That post, “Christmas Spark & Awww Mondays,”was posted on December 8, 2020.

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if the spirit of love Monson mentions could be with everyone always. It’s definitely something for which we should always wish and pray!

For this A.I. image I asked for an abstract Christmas tree and a wreath with a blue bow. I also requested that an orange cat be under the tree and selected the art nouveau inspired image.

Sparks is the creation of Annie from McGuffy’s Reader. Sparks began as a blog hop, created by our friend. Annie stated when she began Sparks, “I believe we are meant to be lights in this world. If we allow our light to shine, we can see where we are going. It is then that we can begin to truly see each other clearly. Together, we can light up the entire world.”

Kizmet’s Gotcha Day

Tomorrow we will celebrate Kizmet’s Gotcha Day. She joined the Kitties Blue family in 2020, and is one of the most social and loving cats we have ever had in our home. We’ll be having a bit of a celebration, and I know Kizmet would love to have you join us.

Sunday’s Hop

If you joined us early yesterday, you were unable to enter the Sunday Selfies blog hop. Linky Tools was not working when I went to bed Saturday night. It is now installed on that post, and you can enter your link if you still desire to do so.

The Adventures of Periwinkle & Stinky

Tomorrow also is the day when Periwinkle and Stinky set out on a new adventure. They will be taking off from Periwinkle’s home over at Friends Furever. I know the kitties are looking forward to sharing their adventure with you, so please don’t let them down. Their adventures are always worth a few minutes of your time.

Thanks for joining us today.

 

tapestry of accomplishment: An A.I.-created background with a starry sky and red, white and blue wavy stripes, with the following quote: We don't accomplish anything in this world alone... and whatever happens is the result of the whole tapestry of one's life and all the weavings of individual threads form one to another that creates something by Sandra Day O'Connor.

 

A SPARK ABOUT FAMILY & A DOODLE AWWW

Sparks

After spending a few days celebrating Thanksgiving with family, I thought it would be appropriate to share a Spark about family. I found one from Virginia Satir, which I particularly like.

 

family spark: A family photo with the Blue, Schmitz, Davis and Sperling families.

 

The man seated on the left is Dad Tom’s nephew as is the man standing to my right in the photo. The third brother is the one with a daughter at UVA. If you are curious, you can see him on this post, “Thankfuls & Times Gone By.” I truly am thankful for Tom’s family and blessed to be part of it.

The author of today’s Spark, Virginia Satir, was an American author and psychotherapist, who passed away in 1988 at age 72. Her pioneering work in the field of family reconstruction therapy gained her the title “Mother of Family Therapy.”

Sparks is the creation of Annie from McGuffy’s Reader. Sparks began as a blog hop, created by our friend. Annie stated when she began Sparks, “I believe we are meant to be lights in this world. If we allow our light to shine, we can see where we are going. It is then that we can begin to truly see each other clearly. Together, we can light up the entire world.”

Awww Mondays

Today’s Awww photo is of another woofie, Huckleberry, and our great nephew, Davis.

 

A teenager asleep with his head resting on a Goldendoodle.

Huck is also a Goldendoodle. I have shared him on the blog previously. Davis had all four of his wisdom teeth out on Tuesday, so spent most of the Thanksgiving holiday sleeping and drinking milkshakes.

There is no doubt this is an Awww photo, so Davis and Huck will be participating in the Awww Mondays blog hop. Click on the Awww badge  if you’d like to join.


The Adventures of Periwinkle & Stinky

It is time again for Stinky to plan Periwinkle’s and his Tuesday adventure. I am not certain what he has planned. He mentioned they might be helping me with Christmas decorating, but I think that was just to throw me off track. I do know that whatever they get up to, they will be overjoyed if you come along with them. They’ll be looking for you tomorrow.

Thanks for joining us today.

 

MEYOWL-O-WEEN SHARK CATS

Wordless Wednesday with a Few Meows

 

 

Dad Tom and I managed to get those shark costumes on six of Kitties Blue. We didn’t even try to wrestle Raleigh or Sawyer into one, as I knew they would be traumatized by it. We were unable to get a photo of Lisbeth, as she immediately ran upstairs. By the time Dad Tom got there, she had completely removed the costume. Astrid quickly took off the head piece and then meyowled the entire time she was in the shark suit. She thinks she made up for removing the headpiece by baring her bottom teeth.

Our little sharks would like to know which one of them made the best shark and would like you to tell them in the comments.

Our five sharks, Cooper Murphy, Astrid, Calista Jo, Kizmet and Audrey, will be participating in the Wordless Wednesday blog hop at Comedy Plus. If you’d like to join them there, click on the WW badge.

 

Looking Back

As I got very wordy on today’s post, the Looking Back post is from a previous Halloween Wordless Wednesday. And it is wordless. It features our now angel, Guilietta, and is from October 31, 2012. You can find the post at “Wordless Wednesday: Scary Cat.” I added a background to Giulietta’s photo, which wasn’t there in the original post.

Those of you who subscribe to our posts, already have the link in your e-mail.

Thanks so much for coming by today. The little sharks and I appreciate it!

 

THE ADVENTURES OF PERIWINKLE & STINKY: PART CCVIII

Costume Reveal

Stinky is waiting by the teleportation tunnel for Periwinkle’s arrival. He is wearing the costume which received the most votes from last week’s Costume Contest on Periwinkle’s blog (Friends Furever). He’s looking forward to seeing Periwinkle in her costume. Stinky is surprised that the costumes selected by their readers are the ones his Mom liked best.

Right on time, Periwinkle comes tumbling from the tunnel into Stinky’s arms. She’s giggling as she rights herself. “That was fun. I imagined I actually was a bat and flying here using by wings,” exclaims Periwinkle. After sharing paw hugs and whisker kisses, the two tabbies step back to admire each other’s costumes. “Oh, Stinky, you make a very cute gnome.” “And you, Periwinkle, are an adorable bat.”

 

Periwinkle Stinky Halloween: Cartoon tabby cats. One dressed as a bat and the other as a gnome.

 

 

Delivery Truck Reveal

After complimenting each other, Stinky tells Periwinkle that he and his dad have all the goodies for Walter and the black cats in a truck that Dad Tom leased for them. Dad Tom is going to drive them to Walter’s house. Stinky takes Periwinkle’s paw and leads her outside to see the truck. “I made a big sign for the side,” Stinky tells her.

 

Periwinkle Stinky Halloween: Cartoon and costumed tabby cats with a Halloween delivery truck for black cats.

 

“Oh, Stinky, this is meowvolous. What a wonderful idea,” Periwinkle gushes. She continues, “Do you remember when we were able to deliver all the supplies in our wagons?”

“That was super fun, but as Walter has taken in more cats, his list of needs has grown so long, we can no longer do that,” Stinky replies.

As Periwinkle and Stinky are reminiscing, Dad Tom joins them at the truck and helps them inside.

 

Periwinkle Stinky Halloween: Cartoon and costumed tabby cats with a Halloween delivery truck for black cats and a male driver.

 

Anxious to see all the kitties again, Periwinkle and Stinky urge Dad Tom to get in so they can get going.

 

Periwinkle Stinky Halloween: Cartoon and costumed tabby cats with a Halloween delivery truck for black cats and a male driver.

 

The truck is not as fast as the teleportation tunnel, but the trip goes quickly as the tabbies sing songs and play the license plate game. Stinky even refrains from asking his dad, “Are we there yet?” as he knows that is annoying.

Arriving at the Home of the Black Cats

Finally they pull up in front of Walter’s house.

Periwinkle Stinky Halloween: Haunted house with a Halloween delivery truck.

 

When Walter sees the tabbies’ truck, he runs right out and directs them behind the house. He has them park in front of a shed. Dad Tom helps Periwinkle & Stinky from the truck, and they excitedly introduce him to Walter. Walter then explains that he and the older cats erected the shed over the summer, as there are so many residents, room for supplies is no longer available in the house.

As Dad Tom goes around to open the back of the truck, Periwinkle pulls Walter’s Wish List from her sleeve so she can check off the items as they are unloaded.

 

Periwinkle Stinky Halloween: Halloween delivery truck and shed with cases of cat food inside.

 

After all the supplies are loaded in the shed and checked off the list, Walter invites the tabbies and Dad Tom back to the house for a snack and to visit with some of the residents.

Visiting with the Black Kitties

 

Periwinkle Stinky Halloween: Haunted house with lots of black cats and two cartoon tabby cats in costumes.

 

“Stinky, now that it is dark, it is almost impossible to see our friends.”

“I know, Periwinkle, night time is good camouflage for black cats. They are safe here when they are outside. But all other kitties should be inside, especially tonight, as it is Halloween. Some people can be mean to black cats. Most rescues and shelters won’t let anyone adopt black cats near the holiday just to make certain they stay safe.”

“That’s a good idea, but I sure hope lots of them get adopted afterward,” replies Periwinkle.

“Me too,” replies Stinky.

While Periwinkle and Stinky are visiting with their friends, Walter shows Dad Tom around the house, including all the cozy rooms and beds set up for the residents. Dad Tom is quite impressed and compliments Walter for what he is doing for the homeless black cats year after year.

Time to Head Home

Finally it is time to head back to Stinky’s house. Dad Tom helps the tabbies back in the truck and before he even starts the engine, they are fast asleep. He enjoys the quiet ride home.

When arriving at Stinky’s, it is time for the trick-or-treaters to begin coming to the house, so Stinky and Periwinkle agree to spend time with all the Kitties Blue to keep them distracted from the goings on at the front door. Kizmet, the social butterfly of the group, needs lots of distraction so she won’t run to the door whenever she hears the bell.

It is finally time for Periwinkle to return home. She and Stinky spend several minutes discussing their day followed by paw hugging and whisker kissing. Then Periwinkle enters the tunnel and with a wave and blown kiss to each other, she’s gone in a whoosh.

Stinky is exhausted and heads to the bedroom for a good night’s sleep and to dream of his adorable bat cat, Periwinkle.

The End

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