Friday, March 2, 2012

Friday at the Movies

We have another "smackdown" movie for your viewing pleasure today.  You'll notice that Brulee is catching up with me in size and the tussles are a little more fair now.  We just like to have fun and will continue with our rough-housing until we each get a mouthful of floof or Mom Paula says in a firm voice, "GIRLS!"




We forgot it was Dr. Seuss Day.
All we wanted to do was play.
Mom's on the road
Or so we've been told.
We must put up with the sitter,
Truffle almost bit her (just kidding)
So, while Mom's away,
We'll just continue to play
For another whole day!

How's that for forgetting about Dr. Seuss???

25 comments:

Prancer Pie said...

Sumtimes it's hard to tell where one kitteh ends and the other begins! We luf smackdown day! xoxo

Cheysuli and gemini said...

What a great time you two are having!!!

Sparkle said...

Girlkitty wrassling! Truffle, I saw that look you gave your human, like, "What? We're just playing!"

Spitty-the-Kitty said...

I don't think that was Mom Paula's "firm" voice, do you? Naaaaah.

And you *are* getting to be closer in size!

Andrea and the Celestial Kitties said...

Oh my gosh! Powder puff fighting! Adorable!
And am I really seeing a few black toes on, I think it was Brulee, on the bottom at the end?? Oh that's far too cute! close up please?? Or do they not sit still long enough for that?

Jewel said...

We love watching your fluffy fights and like your Dr Seuss poem too.

ZOOLATRY said...

You didn't fur-get,
your poem is so sweet,
the kitties are, too,
and that's all we can say,
except to wish you
Happy Seuss Day!

Elizabeth and Connor said...

That was some very soft ladylike wrassling!

Marg said...

That is a great poem for Dr. Seuss. Well done. And the girls are too funny having a tussle. They couldn't possible hurt each other with all that fur.
Mom Paula, Mon. the fifth is the day we are hoping everyone is going to do a post about Judi and her hatting all the cats and dogs.

Hannah and Lucy said...

We loved the wrassling display girls and we must admit your poem was great.
Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

Laila and Minchie said...

Cute! Cute! Cute! We forgot to show Mom Paula how we tussle when she was here last week. :(

Golden Woofs! SUGAR said...

Woof! Woof! Have Lots of FUN! Happy Dr Seuss Day! Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

brandi said...

Girls just wanna have fun, mom!

The Furry Kids said...

SQUEE! You guys are so cute! Your mom has a very nice firm voice. Our Mama pretty much screeches "Knock it off!" when we get too wild. hee hee

Love,
Tazo

Brian said...

You two really have a good time...and we do to just watching!

Ginger Jasper said...

Your rhyme is great and the video just brilliant.. Hugs GJ xx

Eric and Flynn said...

That is a lovely video. You tussle in such a gentle and ladylike way.

The Island Cats said...

Hey, girls, tell your mom you're just playing!

Christine said...

Hello, Great Dr. Seuss day! New to your blog thought we would follow along!!

Derby, Ducky said...

You weren't even getting rough when your mum broke it up. Derby had Ducky pinned to the floor last night!

Jan's Funny Farm said...

Not bad, not bad. We were surprised to see your blog on the list since you posted yesterday your mom forgot and was on the road. You get a gold star for finding a way to participate anyway.

meowmeowmans said...

That is some great tussling. Our mom and dad always break us up before things get too rough, too. We liked your Dr. Seuss poem! :)

Mark's Mews (Ayla, Iza, and Marley) said...

We love the way you girls started out in a fair Greco-Roman style!

Clooney said...

Great Dr. Seuss poem! Wow, you two sure can give a good little tussle! You both are such beautiful young Ladycats, your furs are gorgeous. We have been very behind in visiting so we want to apologize that our Birthday wishes for Mom Paula are Belated...Happy Belated Birthday Mom Paula! And many more...I'z got my jazz paws goin' for ya and wish you a wonderful year ahead!

threecatyard said...

Years back when I had two lady cats they would wrestle in that formal way every so often. It was a lot of fun and rarely got out of hand.