Sunday, October 4, 2009

Pet Pride: Mia and Siren Talk Baby

Hi everyone! Mia and Siren here ...



We have gotten together to discuss one of the few things we have in common.

The infiltrator ...



We are perplexed by this creature but the persons all seem fascinated. There was all kinds of hoopla going on Friday because it has been here for 3 months now.

We don't get it.

It has no fur.

When you set it down somewhere it just stays there ...



Siren: Well it does look as confused as you do Mia, maybe it's old and feeble and they feel sorry for it.




Mia: Cheap shot Siren! We agreed to get along. It spends a lot of time burrowing into spots and looking deceptively innocent. Sound familiar?




Hey look! We're boring it ...



Well at least it's being quiet. It makes these sounds. Oh my! The sounds. We thought it might have it's tail caught in a blender but it has no tail.

We don't get it.

Mom person calls it Hope - and sweetie, cutie, honey, lollipop, bubs, mush face and on and on. No wonder ...

We don't get it.

Further investigation is needed. For now it seems as perplexed by us as we are by it.



We're going to sleep now. And we have a binky thing too Hope (if that's even your real name) ...




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35 comments:

maryt/theteach said...

Great story about the human and the felines in the family, Dianne! They'll figure it out soon! LOL! :)

LadyFi said...

LOL! And what a sweet infiltrator she is too.

Mountain Photog said...

Hope is getting so big! She's adorable, Dianne. :) And I'm sure the cats are just as thrilled with her as you all are. Well, maybe not. LOL!

Hilary said...

Oh just wait.. she'll coo at you one day and you'll both be so smitten. How could you not, you silly felines?

Hope.. what a beauty!

kenju said...

Aw.....precious baby and jealous cats! Isn't that always the way?

Sylvia K said...

Ah, Hope is getting so big and so beautiful! That's going to be some trio one of these days!

Sylvia

Scott Oglesby said...

Wow, those were all beautiful shots of the baby and the cats! I’d imagine house pets are pretty curious and a little perturbed when babies come calling. They wouldn’t be sure of the hierarchy anymore. It’s funny because our male cat is submissive to me, but dominant over my wife. Probably because my wife is usually the one to feed him, he thinks he’s superior. It’s a funny dynamic. Really beautiful baby!

Great job Dianne!

Linda Reeder said...

Very funny, and very sweet.

Villas Girl said...

Hi Everyone! That first picture of Siren and Mia is priceless. I love his round attentive eyes. and the look on Mia's face made me laugh.

Hope is sooo beautiful and getting so big. Wait until she starts crawling. What will Siren and Mia think then? Oh the conversation they will have then. Lisa

Daryl said...

Mia, Siren, just ignore that creature or it might try to chew on your tails!

Hope is so beautiful, she's getting big! xo

Cherie said...

Hey guys! Just wait until she starts moving around. Then, she might find you VERY interesting. It'll probably be a while longer before get to like her. In the meantime, get ready for drooly kisses. ;)

The Quiet Rage said...

This brought a smile to my face...

JunieRose2005 said...

Beautiful baby!!:)

And cute cats too! ;)


Junie

Ron said...

Oh, Dianne, Dianne, Dianne....

I wish you could see and hear me as I read these brilliant posts. Between laughing at your clever dialogue and looking at these amazing photos telling the story...I'm laughing, smiling, and clapping.

The third photo down with your dialogue...

"When you set it down somewhere it just stays there...

Made me HOWL!!!

OMG, woman...you are a RIOT!

Thank you for yet another enjoyable Pet Pride post!

Love ya, dear lady!

(and Hope, Mia, and Siren too)

X

jabblog said...

Great stuff Dianne! It's fun wondering what goes through our animals' minds.
Hope is just gorgeous - I feel the need to cuddle a baby ...

Arkansas Patti said...

Aww, what a cute and sweet post. You have captured the soul of a cat perfectly. Hope is precious.

Jacob said...

Fantastic writing, Dianne! What with a beautiful baby and two funky cats, this post made my day!

Have a wonderful week!

Jeni said...

Loved the cat dialogue and the pictures -especially, the pictures! Hope is just too darned pretty for words!

Nessa said...

Hope is so cute. I see the kitties are trying to adjust :)

Bond said...

Great post

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

LOL, LOL....Very Funny you guys...! But HOPE, and yes that is her name, is really adorable! Of course both of you are too, just in a different sort of way.....You'll see, you will come to love her like ALL the persons do---in time! Sometimes it just takes a little time to get used to these small bundles---And by the way, she is growing fast...Pretty soon, she will be a lot bigger!
Take Heart. She will love you both. I know. xxxx "Sweetie"

Raven said...

Three months! Wow! She's growing up fast. Such a cutie. Nice to see Mia and Siren getting closer too. That Hope is a world changer already.

Lily Hydrangea said...

your granddaughter sure is a cutie pie.
between her and the kitties you are surrounded by cuteness, very nice Dianne!

jennifer said...

The infiltrator ... LOL! I loved hearing this from the perspective of your cats.

I am using a "Hope" quote (linking to you) in my post tomorrow.

Have a nice day Dianne.

Reb said...

lol - great photos!

Linda said...

Someday Hope is going to be able to read these fantastic posts that her grandmother has written and I'm sure she'll be loving them and laughing just as much as we do.

Fantastic - as always!!

Rob Inukshuk said...

Too cute, the moggies and darling Hope.

tt said...

you and Mia and Siren just made me chuckle! Thank ya'll for that!
Hope is adoable!! I know you're enjoying her :)

Knight said...

Well this whole thing was increadibly precious and you have a beautiful grandchild my friend.

Akelamalu said...

You'd better get used to Hope, she's here to stay! LOL

SnoopMurph said...

What fun this post is! The kitties and the granddaughter are too precious. Enjoy them all!

fermicat said...

I love your photo essays. The cats tell good stories.

storyteller at Small Reflections said...

Seems I missed this wonderful post last weekend. Glad I opened my 'reader' today to do some catching up. Hope's adorable ... and I love the way you share your cats' perspectives so creatively.
Hugs and blessings,

Patti said...

I love this post, Dianne. Mia and Siren have the best conversations.

And that infiltrator is so sweet and adorable, even if she doesn't have any fur.

I'm so glad I saw this. I needed a smile this afternoon. Rough week!

nitebyrd said...

She's cute as a button! Those cats are gonna have to get used to her, I guess!