I’m Blaming Shakespeare

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So, let me tell you what’s happening.  Winter finally arrived and we don’t like it and neither does Mom.  She says it’s elebenty billion degrees below zero now.  We think she’s stretching that a little but she did open the door after we kept telling her that we wanted to go outside.  We both stuck our noses out there and they froze!  No way were we going out in that cold.  Maybe Mom wasn’t stretching it after all.

Now I have this theory about what’s happening to the weather.  Some kitties recently started looking at this old picture of Shakespeare and they decided if Shakespeare could get into that big cold box where their humans store all the food, then they could do it, too.

 

Shakespeare in Refrigerator

Even though I thought he was a mouthy little kid, all the other kitties thought he was so cute and they started opening those big cold food boxes just like Shakespeare.  Pretty soon they were opening the even colder part of those food boxes.

Now imagine twelvty forty-sebenty of those cold food boxes standing open.  That’s why it got so cold outside!

First of all, I want everyone to know that Shakespeare did not open the big cold food box by himself.  Mom had opened it and he decided to check it out and tell Mom what he wanted to eat.  It didn’t work so now I want all the kitties to go close those cold food boxes right now.

Hemingway, are you for real???

24 thoughts on “I’m Blaming Shakespeare

  1. If only that would work. These are some of the most adorable photos, EVER! Squeeee! XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

  2. Our frozen food box is kept in the garage which makes is impossible for us to check out what’s inside – Mum sometimes put some of her food in it and we worry that there wouldn’t be enough room left for our chickens.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx.

  3. Is that why its so cold here too? I don’t like getting in the cold food cupboard….too cold and nothing smells good. When I was a kitten I would jump in but hey, I was a stupid little kit. Ya just couldn’t tell me squat! In short. Close those dang cold cupboards and leave the cold stuffs to the polar bears.

    Nose Rubs,

    Shoko

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