Our View of the Days of the Week

We were wondering about the names of the days of the week so we decided to put our kitty brains to the test and see if we could come up with reasons for the names you humans have applied to each day.

It wasn’t easy for us ‘cuz you know we often don’t understand the things you humans do and say.

Today is Sunday and that’s easy ‘cuz it means the sun should be shining all day.

We think you humans were taking a risk with that ‘cuz we can remember Sundays that were real cloudy so it could have easily been called “Cloudday” instead.

Monday was also kind of easy  ‘cuz Mom told us most humans don’t like Mondays ‘cuz it means the beginning of a long hard week of work.  So, “Mon” sounds like “moan”.

That means we think the name is really supposed to be “Moanday”.

Tuesday could have a couple of different meanings.  It could be that it should be called “Toothday” ‘cuz it’s the day humans should go to their dentists.

Don’t expect us fur people to buy into that!

It could also be “Twosday” and that means humans should do things two times.

That means you should feed your fur people TWO breakfasts and TWO dinners and TWICE as many treats.  I kind of like calling it “Twosday”.

Wednesday didn’t really make much sense to us until we started thinking about our catnip growing outside.  We decided it should really be “Weednesday” and humans should pull out all of the weeds from their gardens so the catnip can grow strong and tall

Mom knows I love to drink fresh running water out of the faucet in the bathroom sink so we think Thursday should really be “Thirstday” and all the humans and fur people should make sure they get plenty of fresh water that day.  Mom, please remember to turn on the faucet for me on “Thirstday”.

The end of the work week is on Friday and by then most humans are “fried” so the name should really be “Friedday”.

We have a great idea for Saturday.  After working hard all week, humans are really tired.

We think they would love to be able to say at the end of the day, “My what a glorious “Satallday” I had!”  Sure makes sense to us.

That’s what we think about the names of the days of the week.

How many agree with us?

Since today really is “Sunday”, we’re going to ask Mom to let us go out and play in the sun.