Percy: Hey, before we get to our regular Friday news, we just have to tell you. Miles is shipping himself around the country with his brother Sammy trying to catch up to him in a mail truck.
Sam: Yes, perhaps this will teach him to stop mailing Miles out of state. But I doubt it.
Cyndi: The man in the blue shorts - well, actually, it's a lady in the blue shorts that delivers our mail. Miles shipped himself here and the lady in the blue shorts delivered him to our front porch. He's really good-looking, you know. Too bad his heart is with Angel Sanjee.
Cameron: Yes, we all got to meet him. And he's fun. He likes to sleep upside down too.
Buddy: He complained about the taste of dog treats, though. What kind of cat complains about dog treats tasting weird? They're delish!
Merci: Well, his mom doesn't have any dog treats at home, so this was something new. You know how fussy cats are about their food.
Rusty: We have lots of cat goodies around here, so he didn't starve. He just got to try something new.
Micah: We haven't had any company since I moved in last year, so it was neat to meet a foreigner.
Percy: Um, Micah, Miles isn't a foreigner. He's from New York.
Micah: Oh. I've never been to New York. Do you think it would cost much to ship ourselves up there for a visit?
Buddy: Yeah, that could be fun. All we'd need would be a large box and we can search the house for loose change to pay the postage.
Cyndi: Uh, excuse me, guys, but I don't think there's enough loose change in the state of Georgia to ship all of us including Sam Brick Butt
Merci: You're right. Maybe Sam can sell donuts to pay his own way.
Cameron: Nah, he'd eat them.
Sam: Did you say we have donuts? Are there any left? I'll just go check.
Rusty: You can read about Miles' visit at Meezer Tails.
The Cat On My Head. There are 8 of them. Let's see if we can remember all the names - Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo.
Their mom is a Cute Head. She signed up with Cute Transport Network at Your Daily Cute to help transport kitties to their new home or a rescue. The drivers are called Cute Heads.
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