Friday, September 06, 2013

Mark's Mews and 3-Legged Table



It's Funny Farmer Feline Friday again and this week we interviewed the cats of Mark's Mews - Ayla, Iza and Marley.  Have you ever wondered how they got their names?  We have.  And now we know.

You can read The Mews of Ayla, Iza and Marley exclusively at Mousebreath, the ezine for cats by cats.


Merci: Yesterday we mentioned we now have a 3-legged kitchen table.

Cameron:  To keep us from being crushed or her foot shattered under the heavy thing, Jan had tied the leg on so it could stay upright.

Rusty:  Don't ask! But she did tie the leg on and it worked temporarily.

Percy: We watched  Jan pry the center piece out with a crowbar so she could move the table.  What a sight!  hehehe.

Cyndi:  Um, Percy, Jan isn't  completely loony. You should have mentioned why.

Sam:  Yes, since not everyone takes their table apart with a crowbar, you should have told the rest of the story.

Micah: It's so hot and humid here the metal track to slide the table apart rusted shut. 

Buddy:  We'd like to thank each of you for your suggestions on how to fix the table yesterday.  Our favorite suggestions involved sawing, removing or shortening the legs to bring the table down to our size.  Jan, however, was not happy with that idea!  For some reason, she doesn't want to have to bend to the floor to reach the dining table.  Wonder why?

Merci:  Well, perhaps one day.  Meanwhile, Mr. Doug came by yesterday and worked on it awhile and if the plastic whatever he inserted into the big hole in the table leg holds, the table should stay upright a bit longer.

Rusty:  We're all a bit bummed about that.  We were looking forward to having the table on the floor.  


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14 comments:

  1. another grate interviews guys; hope everee one enjoys de week oh end, seer sum flounder & enjoy...sorree ya dinna haza saw handee yur selves....

    :)

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  2. We are gonna go read that interview right now!

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  3. The table on the floor sounds pretty fun, but we do hope (for Jan's sanity) that Mr. Doug's fix works. :)

    Off to read your interview now!

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  4. Now y'all, practice your table manners! Off to read the interview!

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  5. Is the fix good enough that you guys can jump on the table without it falling apart? Maybe she can set up a card table. I'll go over the read the innerview.

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  6. Thank you for your kind words about Lucy - we're sure she'll feel better very soon.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  7. Another purr-fect interview!! Thanks for sharing! Purrs from the Zee and Zoey gang

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  8. Well WE thought your idea of sawing the legs down was simply PAWEsome. Humans - go figure - they have totally misaligned priorities, right?

    Momma sez thank you so much for your kind email. We're gonna LOCK the RB gates, we are!!!

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  9. thanks for linking up again and sharing the Pet Parade hop! We see no reason the human shouldn't bend down to a lower table. But high tables are nice to nap on and look down from.. tough choice

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  10. thanks for caring to do this interview


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    Debby in Arizona
    http://homelesscatcare.blogspot.com/

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  11. three... legged... table...
    Me.
    Owww.

    wif lubbs from Little Reufus

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  12. Little Reufus is a hoot!
    Maybe Mommy could use some of that plastic on the tv table. Or lots of super glue!!
    QUINN

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  13. We loved being interviewed! And good luck with the table...

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