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My name is Charlie (like you haven't worked that out!). I'm 12 years old and live in Sydney, Australia. I'm a Ragdoll puss cat and have a very laid back temperament when I'm with people I know. My favourite colour is green (grass is green and I like to eat it!), my favourite food is fish and I lurve cuddles of any description. I flop over when me Mudda says "flip flop" and I know what "breaky time" means! Breaky can be at any time of the day or night and can also occur multiple times a day! Yummo! My fur is soft as silk and I'm a bed hog! That's about it!

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Seriously?

I've been really busy.  Sorry about the dearth of posts.
I will try to be better!
 
Here's a true story for you.
I've been a very good boy
and have been taking my medicine with a minimum of fuss.
Mum could see I needed some more
so she took the prescription Dr Andrea had given her,
and had a bottle dispensed at a hoomin pharmacy.
 
When she came home I checked out the shopping bags
and found the new bottle of medicine.
It had two very nice stickers on it.
One with my name - Charlie, followed by 'cat', and this is the other one.........what the?
 
Mum says she's off to lock the liquor cupboard and hide the car keys!
As I'm not permitted to operate machinery,
I guess that also means I won't be able to help Mum
with vacuuming all my furs off the carpet! MOL!
I'm off for a nap!


12 comments:

  1. Your Mum is very thoughtful to take all those precautions, Charlie and you are so clever to work out that you can now get out of "helping".
    I do hope the medicine works well - do you need " a little spoonful of sugar " to help it go down?
    Noela

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  2. Hope your medicine tastes good, but that is hoping for too much Charlie. Perhaps a little reward helps?
    Take care, and enjoy your summer days - we are not enjoying our winter days!

    Mindy
    Moe
    Cookie
    Mike

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  3. Wowza Charlie - you are surely one super-talented cat. I had no idea that you could drive a car. That's quite phenomenal. Bad luck about having to give up vacuuming; I'm sure you'll miss the exercise.

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  4. Darn...no niptinis for you, Charlie!

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  5. You'd better just stay in bed or if you're feeling well enough on the windowsill Charlie as you will be banned from helping with the vacuum cleaner, doing the washing up, doing the errands and a squillion other things. Enjoy!!
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  6. Just be careful with the nip. It probably has the same effect as alcohol. Purrs and paw-pats, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  7. Hahahaha that's great! Lol


    Http://lifewithRagdolls.blogspot.com

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  8. That's too funny, Charlie! We have had meds filled at human pharmacies many times, but have never been told we can't drive before. That made us MOL.

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  9. Yup! Sounds like a nap is safest ;) heeheehee
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure,JJ
    and Angels Tiger and Tillie

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  10. But what if a medicinal martini is required?

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  11. Charlie, you're funny. We would love to see a photo of you drinking and driving, though not in the same shot. :) Be well.

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