Tuesday, January 27, 2009

sad mommy and a kitty belly

mommy no haz good day yesterday. she writed an article about a lady named Kay Yow who got really sickies and went to the rainbow bridge (i thinks thats where humans go too, right?). then mommy getted really sad cuz it reminded her of her own mommy. and when she was done, she finded out that her friend in germany haz to moves home to new yorks cuz her daddy is dying and she is coming home to be wiff him---like when i goed wiff mommy to new yorks for a while last year to be with grandma.

today i iz just cuddling wiff mommy and lets her hugs me lots whenever she wants. i no hits her. i even climbed up on her and laid on her chest and head last night while she was sleepies. but i think she thought i was trying to suffer-cat her with my floof....and i gived her my floofy kitty belly cuz they is magical and makes peoples feel all better. and she agreed so we shares wiff all of you!
i promises we comes round to everyone later today! i tells mommy it make her feel all better to see all my furry friends and she agrees!

10 comments:

The Meowers from Missouri said...

oh, yes, pb--kittie bellies is specific against ALL human ailments!! you are furry wise to apply yours to your sad mommy. we hopes she gets cheerier soon. our mom has been sad lately, too.

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

I'm sorry your mommy was sad. purrrrrrrrrrs to her to be happier today. I'm sure your tummy floof and snuggling has already made her feel better.

We'll send cheerier thoughts her way...

The Creek Cats said...

PB, you just keep doing a good job of comforting your mommy. You are the best medicine for her sads. We will purr for her to feel less sad very soon.

snowforest said...

Nothing like a sweet kitty to take away your worries. Hope your Mom starts feeling better soon.

Daisy said...

I am sorry your mom has a sad. Peanut Butter, I think you can help her feel much, much better.

DEBRA said...

pb i knoos yoo is da majik dat will helps yur momie not be sads...
we will all purr furr her

puuurrrrrssss
abby

Sweet Praline said...

You take all of the time you need to help your mommy feel better. The floofy belly always works for me.

Fin said...

The healing powers of floof!

Peanut Butter and Jenny said...

I am a lucky mommy! For someone who is such an uncuddly monster most of the time, PB really comes through when I need her and lets me snuggle her, rub her floof & belly and gives lots of kisses! All better!

Grrreta said...

Your floofy kitty belly really does have magical powers. Just looking at it makes us feel better. We're sorry that your mommy is sad, but it sounds like you are taking very good care of her to make her feel better.