Squeek and Dibble together

Squeek and Dibble sharing the cat bed

Squeek says:

Stealing is wrong.

Unless it’s some of Dibble’s kibbles.

But other than that, stealing is wrong.

I would never steal Dibble’s intellectual property.

Besides, he doesn’t have any.

Dibble says:

Yes I do.

I just don’t remember where it is.


New Year New Ceiling

Attaching metal bars to ceiling

Attaching metal bars to ceiling. Note bare spot where plaster fell.

Attaching new ceiling panels

Attaching new ceiling panels

paint splatters on floor

Paint splatters on floor

Squeek says:

I hear it’s a new year.

I don’t know about new years,

But I do know a new ceiling when I see one.

But, why why why

Are there so many tall ones here?

And why are they so noisy?

And why are they so messy?

A Tale of Two Cat Tails

Squeek and Dibble say:

We love our dishes …

We love our kibbles …

We love our symetry.

Dibble and Squeek eating

Dibble and Squeek eating

Tickle Me

Squeek says:

Tickle me …

Go ahead …

Tickle me …

I dare you.

Tickle me

Watch Cat

Squeek says:

Don’t worry, Tall Ones.

I’m on the job.

Squeek in the window

3:30 am

3:30 am

Squeek says:

I love you … purr, purr …

I must be under the covers … purr, purr …

Rub my head … purr, purr …

I will never leave here …

purr, purr, purr, purr …

3:40 am


It’s hot.

I’m suffocating.

I’m going to die here!

I must get out NOW!!!

Out of Cat Food!?!

Squeek says:

I don’t believe it!

Out of cat food! Again!


I’ll sue!

The Tall One defends himself:

Having enough food for just one more meal is not called “running out.”

Granted, we had very little, but no meals were missed or delayed.

Squeek and Dibble sampled from the new bag and approved.

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