Wordless Wednesday

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(Once Purrseidon realized ‘that Holstein tom’ was really moving, she was magnanimous enough to play hostess at a farewell party… Mr. M looks like he expects something sinister to happen, so he’s ready to duck under the table and Purrseidon is still keeping on eye on ‘the interloper’, who has his eyes on the ultimate prize – wet cat food.  They are wagering  Cat-a-bliss blends & dry food.)

There is a hint in the photo about the answer to the question asked in Monday’s post – ‘what was in Mr. M and Purrseidon’s box this month‘ — the answer is NOT the mousetrap game, they borrowed that from Master Munchkin. Can you guess what one of this month’s reviews will be about?

This post is included on Blog Paw’s Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop, so if you want to find out what other pets are doing today, click here.

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Author: foguth

Though Jeanne began her career technical writing, her love of romantic-suspense, whether it be present, future or in an unknown galaxy inspired her to write the novels she wanted to find in bookstores. Since marrying, Jeanne and her husband have lived from the arctic to the tropics, as well as from yacht to off-grid mountain home. She loves using vivid colors and flowing shapes in her oil paintings as well as creating edible landscapes. At present, she is finishing writing the Chatterre Trilogy and working on a new episode for The Sea Purrtector Files. You can always find out what she is working on and/or contact her at: www.jeannefoguth.com.

29 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday”

      1. LOL, medical nip. Seriously though a few people have mentioned similar instances where they have swapped drugs for nip or they have seen improvements. That was not my goal but kinda awesome too.

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      2. I’ve learned that there are other blends available, but I don’t know if anyone has observed improved health with them or not. I also know that I’ve never seen M get as excited about ‘nip as he does with yours. Don’t know if that’s because yours is fresh, organic or what, but not only will he come out of his box for it, he actually displays excitement. Truly amazing.

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      3. A lot of store bought nip is older nip. It starts to loose its effectiveness after a year. Which is partially why I do not grind mine up if it is stored by a customer for over a year and starts not being as effective grinding a bit will help. There is not much you can do for preground stuff.

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      4. Good to know… the big question is how in the heck do customers manage to store ‘nip for over a year?!? I know Purrseidon & Saphera are masters of opening drawers & doors, but are they that exceptional? … Last time I tried to lock up something, the secure spot was ‘cracked’ within the month…

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      5. Very true! Saphera must have been a cat burglar in a previous life. Seems like the deadbolt needs to be set to stop her… and I fear that she’ll figure that out…

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    1. I, personally, didn’t… Kiara of Cat-a-bliss was over (hence the ‘nip) – she is also a very good pet photographer and graphic artist (she designed the covers of my last 7 novels)… Not to give away the answer to my ‘guess what question’, but if you look closely at the photo, you’ll see that all 3 cats are actually looking at an open can of cat food, which Kiara opened and placed in the center of the game board…. Like I said, she’s a really good pet photographer – she knows how to get them to pose instead naturally.

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