Saturday, November 04, 2006


I birdwatched today. Bluejays are smart, industrious and bold. They make a sound that is like a caw combined with a shriek. Boo shrieks to announce his presence. Mommy tosses him some peanuts. He and his friends gather in my tree. They wait for the Top Bird to appear. He goes down to the ground for a peanut first. The others wait their turns. Boo is one of the last to eat. He doesn't go hungry, though. I make sure Mommy sees to that.


Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

Hi Muffin! It is nice of your mommy to feed the birdies. It is especially nice that you make sure they all gets food. Mine mommy feeds birdies too. I likes to watch them frew the window and they don't seem to mind me either. They must know we're sweet kitties.
I can't wait to see a picture of you! It was hard for my mommy to figure out how to post them. We've only been blogging for 5 weeks now. I hope you likes it as much as we do.

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

Oh! I almost furgot! If you wants to meets lotsa kitties, go to today.
They are hosting a "party" for kitties wif November birthdays / gotcha days. All cats are welcome, and it is a good group to meet. Just post a comment introducing yourself.
I also told our cat blogosphere reporters about you (and added you to my links), so you should get many visitors soon!

Smeagol & Strider (Mystery & Gizmo too!) said...

Hi Muffin, nice to meet ya! Mystery is a lizard, but she's a big one (iguana), so we think it's better to be friends with her!
It's nice of you and your mom to feed the birdies. We like watchin' them and sometimes we talk to them.

Grr, Midnight & Cocoa said...

hi there! it's furry nice ta meet ya! is you a big one? yur name kinda makes us think ya mite be on the "extra fluffy" side. an yur furrends wif the fev-vers? hmmm... we're still tryin' ta figger that one out. lotsa kitties is furrends wif the fev-vers, but we still thinks they'd be a purrty good lunch. (if we could go outside an catch 'em, that is)

The Meezers said...

Hi Muffin! We just hearded about your blog so we camed by to say HI! Come and visit us!

INAMINI said...

Welcome, Muffin. Now, burds fur frends- yu must be one uf da niciest kitties I efur herd uf!

Mu shue Pooh King Cat said...

Hi Fat Cat Muffin,

my mamma said she luff forida she goes down there every winter to her mamma condo.We Luff blue jayes they make me think of my sisfur kayla. she at the bride now. come and say hi

THE ZOO said...

hi muffin. our peeps likes to ffed the outside animals too. we has bunnies and squirrals (treerats we call them) and birdies. and we also had a possum and snakey in our yard too. the possum played possum on the peeps.
comed visit us. ***wavey***

George, Tipper, Max & Misty said...

Hello Muffin, good to meet you. Welcome to our cat blogging community. I'm 9 and it's nice to meet another older, or should I say mature, guy.
Stop over and see us.

The Crew

Hot(M)BC said...

Hi Muffin! It's good to meet you! Mr Hendrix tolded us bout your bloggy. Watchin birdies is fun! We's putted your linky to your bloggy on our blogroll and at the Cat Blogosphere too!
Sanjee, Boni, Mini, Pepi and Gree

Merlin said...

Hi Muffin! Nice to meet you. Your mommy visited my mommy's blog so I came to see yours!

Welcome to the blogosphere..

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

Hi! I saw your comment but I don't haf an email to get back with you. You can email me at anytime if you have questions (I'll keep your direct email completely confidential!!!)

My mommy said that when you develop your film camera film, ask for a CD from the photo lab of all your pictures (they can also do CDs from negatives - she did this for her old negatives). You can use the CD just like any disc and upload your purty kitty pictures from there!

Where you post your comments, along the top next to the ABC check mark, there is a blueish square that is the link to upload a picture. Click that, then browse, then select the photo on the disc (or save the disc contents to your computer and select from there) and hit upload. If the picture is too big, you may need to open it in a picture software like "photoshop", or even "preview" and save it to a smaller size (inches or dpi).

As for the tracker, there are 2 we've seen, We use Extreme Tracking which is pretty easy for us. Select "get your free tracker" and then they ask for your blog website address and you choose everything else (passwords etc).
They give you the html code and we put that in the template section (it is the tab next to "settings") right underneath where the links are. There is a spot where the code (this is toward the bottom of your template page) starts with < p and that is where it goes.

Site Meter is the other. I'm not sure about how that works, but Derby the Sassy Cat has this one.

I hope this helps. We've been muddling through this ourselves and mommy is learning a lot about computers.

Email me anytime and I'll helps you any way I can!