Fur-uh-kane?

Are we responsible for the fur-uh-kane?  I swear I had nothing to do with it!

What are you talking about now, Shakespeare?

The fur-uh-kane.  They keep talking about it on the news.

Do you mean hurricane?

Maybe.  What is it?

That is something that happens in the weather and it’s not good.  It brings lots of wind and rain and can cause lots of damage.  The hurricane you keep hearing about is out on the East Coast right now.

Is that close to us?

No.

I wouldn’t like it, would I?

No way.  You know how scared you get when there’s some wind here?   Well, that’s nothing compared to the wind in a hurricane.   When Mom was a little girl she lived in Florida and she said they were in hurricanes down there.  She didn’t like it.

I was afraid it had something to do with us leaving fur all over the place, especially when we are wrestling.  Hey……..I just thought of another reason we couldn’t be blamed.  You said it was a “her-a-cane” and we’re both boy kitties so it can’t be our fault.

2 thoughts on “Fur-uh-kane?

  1. Hey, guys, sometimes bad things happen which are not your fault. Anyway, you are good cats most of the time. This hurricane is a bad thing, and it is going to make life bad for a lot of people (and cats and dogs and birds and iguanas). So you should take a bit of time and send out good kitty vibes to those people that they will be safe. If you add that to the good vibes your mom is sending and that I am sending (especially for my nephew who lives out on the east coast) and that my birdies are sending, they will help keep people safe. It works that way.

    Keep being as good as you can. That’s all we can ask.

    1. Hemingway here…….we try to be good but sometimes it’s hard. Mom understands. We’re still learning and she knows that.
      We are sending good vibes and lots of prayers for everyone and everything out there in the hurricane. We know we would really be scared if we were in it so we want our fin, fur and feather friends as well as their humans to know we haven’t forgotten them.

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