I received a lot of presents for my birthday and I'm very appreciative of almost all of them. I know it's the thought that counts but I don't love one of the gifts so I'd like to take that generous 'thought' Mommy had and give it to one of my friends who might appreciate it more than me!
This is my 'snub' pose.
You might remember Mommy gave me a box with something in it...
...well it turned out to be a big plastic snake with a ball in it!
I tried to play with it for a little bit but I prefer a ball toy that can be thrown down the hall (preferably by The Ball Guy) and fetched. No matter what I do, this darn ball will not leave the snake. Mommy tried to make the snake into a circle, an 'S' and then back to the snake; it's just not my cup of catmilk.
I tried to give it to my sweet brother, Samson but...well, he's pretty particular about his toys; it's gotta be a mousie with catnip or the crinkle ball that he saved from his first Mommy's home. And, lets face it, he's a little lazy. His idea of a good time is sitting on groceries so Mommy can't put them away immediately.
Anyway, all that to say I had an idea to give it away to one of my blogging friends and hopefully help out Romeo help The Beafort Community Cat Project. Romeo is having another donate-a-thon with lots of really great prizes. This is not part of the contest and you don't need to donate to win (just like in Romeo's contest) but if you're interested in my 'gently used' ball track, leave a comment that you want to be entered into the draw and we'll do a draw on May 31st. For my friends outside the US and Canada, please feel free to enter because Mommy said she'll send it to any of my friends, regardless of their location.
Please go to Romeo's page to see the cool stuff he's offering this time and if you haven't already, please donate to the Beaufort Community Cat Project through Romeo's bloggy. They need to reach their goal and there's only 9 days left this month!
Dana, the Mommy from the Creek Cats, works at BCCP and they do a really needed job. I particularly liked this blog about some of the first feral cats they TNR'd. If you read it, you can see the Mama Tortie!
Have a wonderful weekend!
P.S. Mommy convinced me to use the term 'gently used' but I'm not comfortable with it. I'm a Tortie and nothing is ever gently used with Torties. I prefer the term 'vigorously used for a short time'