Thursday, 18 August 2011

Ess-xcuse me.

We love our ess. It sits in the middle of the floor (and even moves outside) and most of us slouch on it at some time each day. And then it gets smeared with catnip and we try to flatten ourselves against it. We are amazed but the ess even copes with Mirsku-veli lying underneath it.
The cat on top of the ess is king of the hill. Therefore it is no surprise that I am in this place. However Jura-ninja challenges my mighty crown. I humour this childish attempt gently and we play.
For some strange reason Äiti does not realise I stepped down voluntarily from the top and her caption is wrong! Of course I decided it was time to go inside for some food. It was getting boring anyway. Little kittens can be so tiresome. I was losing interest. I had better things to do. It looked like it was going to rain. And I thought I heard the doorbell. And, and......
If the video does not work, maybe this will......
Oh, and Äiti thanks you for all the good wishes. She feels better now (and we are getting more rest at night ourselves), but is still not up to speed at commenting. She says she is really busy with work stuff and is less than happy about it. But our litter boxes are sparkling!

5 comments:

Mr Puddy said...

MOL..I just wonder how Mirsku squeeze himself in da ESS ?..Now I imagine when he walks out from da ESS..Tee hee...He may got the ESS on his back like Tessie-kilpikonna..Ha..Ha..Ha

Simba said...

That is quite some squeeze, Mirsku. I think your Ess is a little larger than ours. It does seem like it provides lots of fun for the kittens and the rest of you.

Ginger Jasper said...

I love that little face peeping from the S. Mum says she knows just what your mum means about worrk and busy. Take care.. Hugs GJ xx

Tom, Tama-Chan, Sei-Chan, Bibi-Chan, Gen-Chan, Vidock said...

HahaHA! We love the shot of Mirsku-veli under the Ess!

Glad your Äiti is feeling better.

Purrs,
The Chans

Kari said...

Wow! Your ESS must be bigger than ours! Either that or Mirsku is a master at flattening himself!

We are glad your mum is feeling better. Our mum had a little ...ahem...problem as well and is now on the mend. Our box is sparkling too! Our love to you.