The author blog of Melissa Snark
What a great way to start the week. I needed that laugh.
Barbara,Thanks! I love it when people are laughing. :)
I await the grievances as well. Hmmm.
Me too! Me too! *G*
I'm wondering what the heck you did, Melissa, to warrant this litigation?
Meow meow mrrrow! meow meow mew.
Andrea, Nothing I tell you! We've been framed! :)
This is HILARIOUS! Melissa, you're a genius. I'm hooked and can't wait to find out what happens next! As one cat owner to another, I do not envy your long road ahead. Cats are professional grudge holders. Good luck...altho my money may be on the cats. Just sayin...
AJ, Ah yeah, geez. We haven't even been out of town in ages.The cats have no money, so I suspect Mr. Snark and I have the better attorneys. :D
This is too funny, Melissa! I can't wait for the next installment.
Thanks, Calisa. Check back next week! *G*
Hilarious Melissa.As a cat lover, I understand. I've been framed myself on occasion. Here's a tip. Move the furniture. It freaks them out.
Mac, LOL! I think maybe we're in enough trouble already, but I'll go ahead and keep that in mind. :)
My daughter shaved her cat, since the poor thing was full of stickers. Now I'm wondering if we'll be hearing from Mr. Weasel too?Janice~
Janice,Oh my, your daughter's cat must be furious. Poor kitty.Mr. Weasel is our attorney. The cats are represented by the Law Offices of McWhiskers, Softpaws and Fluffybottom. :D
I guess I should let my cats out of the holding area. I hope they don't get wind of your cats' lawyers. I keep filling up boxes before they can enter them and these cats are not happy. I hate to see what they are going to think when the crates come out when we move. ;-)
Laura,I'll try to keep them off the internet so they don't recruit anyone else's pets. :DYour poor cats. Have you considered just giving them a couple open boxes to sit in?