Shavua Tov (a Good Week) to you all!
It has been furry cold all week so I, the Mighty Shimshon (a.k.a. Shimshi a.k.a. The Little Purrince), Master of the Queen's Mischiefs and Captain of the Guard, have been spending as much time as possible snuggled up (purrefurrably with Mummy), under a blanket on the sofa, or under the duvet on the bed, or on top of one of the radiators (no, Mummy doesn't sit on the radiators - MOL).
Here you can see Me prepurring to do just that:
Mummy has not been able to see much TV this week because her Digital Converter has gone on strike. Well, it might be more accurate to say it is Clinically Dead. She called the cable TV company last Sunday, when it was still in Critical Condition and in need of Intensive Care and they were supposed to call her back within an hour but She is still waiting! So She had more time free for reading. And, that being the case, I thought She should be reading about .......CATS! What else?!
All of which gave Us an idea for this week's entry in the Caturday Art Blog Hop hosted by the Wise and Beautiful Athena and her HuMum, Marie:
The pawtrait on the book cover is, naturally, of Myself (because it was MY Idea). Mummy used the Classic Book effect from PhotoFunia - another one of Her Favourites because it is one of the few "free" photo editing sites which really are free.
Several of you have asked after Mummy's Sister, who had an opurration on her hip. She is convalescing nicely, thank you - and She, too, has plenty of time for reading now, so when She visits tomorrow, Mummy is going to take her a book - not about kitties, but about a woofie. It is called "The Jewish Dog" by Asher Kravitz. It tells the story of a dog born in Nazi Germany in 1935. The woofie is the beloved pet of a Jewish family, until the Nazis forbid Jews to have dogs. And then Caleb (or Coresh, as he is called in the original Hebrew) begins a life of wandering. Mummy read it in Hebrew, of course, but it is also available in English -and We warmly recommend it. Only make sure you have a large box of tissues handy when reading it.
Now, dear Furriends, it is time to join the Blog Hop and then I shall let My Petcretary (a.k.a. Mummy) go down to feed the Homeless Kitties before it starts raining again.
Wishing you all, once more, a Good Week.