Nimbus The Cat

The irregular Blog of an irregular feline.

Sunday, January 29, 2006

My Magical Paw

If I could wave my magical paw and have any wish come true, I think it would be this:

When I lick the humans’s noses, kibble would come out of their nostrils.

It would be a win-win situation for all parties involved.

Monday, January 23, 2006

"Big Boy"

Just because I weigh more than Moby, that does not entitle me to the nickname "Big Boy."

Thank you,
Nimbus C.

Thursday, January 19, 2006

45 Days

The humans keep telling me we are going to move into our own house soon, but this is all I hear:

“45 days Nimbus until our new house is done.”

Next week: “Well Nimbus, looks like 45 days more until we move into our new house.”

Following week: “We’ve been told it’s going to be 45 more days until the house is done, Nimbus.”

Two weeks later: “We’ll be moving in 45 more days, Nimbus.”

Now, I have trouble with my number above ten, but I’m pretty sure something is wrong here.

All I know is Moby and I need to get into our own house soon. There’s just too many friggin’ cats in this current house and it’s stifling my creativity.

And that’s all I have to say about that,
Nimbus Cat

Saturday, January 14, 2006

Mr. "Calendar"

Hello all,

I am in urgent need of contact information for a gentleman by the name of "Calendar." I am under the impression that he is the person responsible for the numerous "Turkey Days" we have been having recently.

I would like to personally thank him and request that more "Turkey Days" occur. I particularly like when presents accompany "Turkey Days."

The only other thing I know about him is the number 365. I am assuming this is his weight.

Thank you for your time. If you know of this gentleman's e-mail address, please contact me immediately. I am also going to propose to him a "Nimbus Day" of some sort with madatory parades. I have always wanted to ride on a parade float.

Gobble Gobble,
Nimbus Cat

Thursday, January 05, 2006

Pictures



I know I'm irresistible, but the humans’ obsession with photographing me is out of control.

I thought sticking out my tongue would possibly ruin the experience and discourage them from taking further pictures.

To my dismay, my plan backfired...they found this pose to be "adorable."

I just hope they don't start selling these snapshots to the paparazzi. I would have to pay my PR person overtime to repair the damage to my career.

Sincerely,
Nimbus Cat