Mancat Monday Quotes on Cha Cha Change

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Here here, the gang’s all here for Mancat Monday and we’re waxing poetic about cha cha.. change. Cats aren’t crazy about change but we do know how to adapt. That’s why we’ve not only survived but thrived for thousands of years. Merlin leads the way, looking adorable on a walk. Not bad for a blind old boy. On the same day, Odin and Domino played “ambush”. Odin may appear oblivious to Domino skulking but it’s all part of the game, one as long as feline evolution.

It’s Veteran’s Day and we’re honoring our military today: all those men, women and service dogs who bravely serve in the name of freedom and liberty. In Canada where I grew up, on November 11, we always rose from our desks at school at 11am to pause and honor the fallen veterans who fought for our country. I still pause at 11 to say a silent prayer and give thanks for living in a country where we are free. I hope it’s something that never changes.

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And last but never least, the biggest change this week is from Gris Gris who willingly sat in Layla’s lap for grooming, a milestone breakthrough for a cat who hates being picked up and never sits on laps. And because we love how purrfect imperfection can be, the first person who spots the error in one of the quotes get big Mancat purrs from the boys.

We’re off tomorrow but if you missed this month’s Astro-Kitty, it’s at Catster.  Hope you stop by and “like” it. If you have any questions about Scorpio cats, leave a comment and I’ll respond there. 

Gris Gris is in the autumn of his years but more handsome than ever.

Gris Gris autumn of our lives

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21 thoughts on “Mancat Monday Quotes on Cha Cha Change”

  1. Great tips on keeping the home safe for fur kids, I always worry using chemicals that mohhyyr

    1. Oops, accidentaly hit wrong button! Any way, I am always worried chemical cleaners will get on their little paws and they will clean them and get poisoned. I would rather die!

  2. Oh, those little moments, moments, that are so momentous. They make it it all all worthwhile don’t they they? 🙂 🙂

  3. Happy Veteran’s Day and a huge thank you to all who have served and to all those who still serve!!!
    It is so good to see the boys happy and we are so glad to hear about Gris Gris. With all things cat it is always on our schedule!

    Luvs and purrs to all,
    Skeeter and Izzy and the Feral Gang + Peanut and Twig >^..^<

  4. I thank the veterans from all our our countries. My mum and dad stop what they are doing at 11am and observe the silence. Me, I just carry on napping.

  5. We see Betty caught on first to the double use of the word “most” in the quotes. We particularly liked the one by C. S. Lewis. Quotes are a favorite of ours. Merlin we are so glad you were on the lead. The news about Gris Gris is amazing!

  6. doodz….how total lee awesum two honor de vets at 11 o clock 🙂 ….de food serviss gals familee haza number oh vetz frum way bak…N a “vet” we think be MOST MOST important…pete; R german shepherd couzin who served all 4 yeerz in WW2 aza messenger….


  7. Happy Veteran’s Day!
    It’s huge that Gris Gris sat on your lap for grooming! My Niko doesn’t like being picked up and won’t sit on lap either. (But he is the sweetest baby!) I hope someday Niko will come to my lap, too 🙂

  8. oh! Milestrone from Gris Gris. Wonderful news. And he does look adorable. Odin, scampy as usual, Merlin, regal, as a King should be.

    Great quote from CS Lewis. So true.

  9. I hope that everyone will stop and think of the sacrifices that our men and women in uniform make (service animals, too, of course)! If your community has a Veterans’ Day ceremony, please attend it if possible. The gatherings get smaller every year. Our vets need to know that their service is appreciated! (One can always go to the “Veterans’ Day Sale” later in the day.)

  10. The error quote is in the quote from Darwin, “most most”. The word ‘most” should only appear once.

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