The cat’s meow

Flower child.

Miss Mia Sopaipilla reports from the field that spring has sprung, no matter what your calendar may say.

Also, she adds, you needn’t worry yourself sick about health care. Whenever Mia gets the vapors, a sick headache, or the jim-jams, some two-legged type takes her to the vet and picks up the tab.

Apparently this good Samaritan also provides nutrition and sanitation, likewise free of charge.

Mia recommends we all get ourselves one of them there.


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13 Responses to “The cat’s meow”

  1. Pat O'Brien Says:

    Yep, Mia has got it right. Dogs have staff, cats have servants. They must have been wealthy politicians is their past lives.

  2. JD Dallager Says:

    If, as some say, the eyes are the pathway to the soul, Miss Mia certainly has a lot of soul.

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      She’s a keeper, for sure, JD. She called to us from her glass enclosure at the Bibleburg shelter and we just had to listen. She’s entertaining as hell and her face is amazingly expressive for a cat. Carlin said it was the eyebrows that made a dog man’s best friend, but Mia doesn’t need ’em.

  3. Libby Says:

    Always love to see Miss Mia!
    Last week the tiny crocuses bloomed. Started snowing early early this morning. We are buried under 24″ of snow fallen today and still snowing just not so heavily. Unseasonably cold so no melting coming up.

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      Yow! That’s some serious March dumpage. We’re in a warm-and-windy phase that will probably croak our snowpack, which the media had been crowing about not long ago, and leave us vulnerable to fire (again).

      But in between fire and ice, the cycling is pretty good, and the flora is even better.

      • Libby Says:

        Yes, I’ve enjoyed seeing your outdoor exploits. Those insanely blue blue skies out your way are jaw dropping.

      • Patrick O'Grady Says:

        Sunrise at El Rancho Pendejo

        Sunrise at El Rancho Pendejo.

        They’re slightly unreal, for sure. Some days it looks like a movie crew has dropped a blue screen behind the Sandias, prior to whipping up some CGI fantasy.

        Looking west it can feel as though you can see the ocean. There’s just a river, though, and it’s a thousand feet downhill from here.

        Speaking of which, a portion of the bosque caught fire yesterday. I shoulda kept my big yap shut, or knocked on wood.

  4. larryatcycleitalia Says:

    Yes, we all need to be on that great health insurance provided to our Senators and Congressmen. Meanwhile the racist Steve King who’s our congresscritter is at it again.

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      Such a pleasant fellow. It would be swell to see some brown-skinned, bilingual individual with calves like cantaloupes kick the shit out of him one of these days.

    • David Rees Says:

      Has he never NOT been at it Larry? And the rubes and morons in your state have elected and re-elected him how many times now? Ferchrissakes, what does it take to get clowns like this asshole finally booted outta office – start wearing a hood in session?

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