What Brian? Oh, it’s my turn? If you would have told me a bit sooner and I would have been ready!
Hello everyone, I hope you are all having a totally fantastic weekend. Brian was reading us the comments from the other Sister Saturday posts and I didn’t really realize how many new readers he has, or now I should say “we have”, since Brian is letting us share in the fun too. So I thought I’d tell you a little bit about me first. Dad came and adopted me and Sister Zoe on the same day. I lived with a very nice foster lady named Ann, and she called me Smokey. I thought that name was a bit silly, but she treated me great, so I never complained. When I was a wee kitten I was attacked by a doggie, but fortunately some very nice humans saw it happening and they saved me. I was tore up pretty bad and had to have some surgery, but I can’t say I really remember much about that. Although I’m fine now, I really don’t like to be held or picked up, it hurts. I do tolerate being held while I’m getting my claws trimmed, but I do tend to get a bit wiggly. I do love to sit close to Dad and Mom though, and I can fluff up my Dad’s tummy anytime I want. I still get a little nervous when I hear the neighbor dogs barking, but Brian assures me that not all doggies are bad, I just had an nasty encounter with a bad one. Brian told me there were two big doggies that used to live here, but they went Over the Rainbow Bridge before I got here. Outside of that, I don’t really have any other side effects of that bad day, I still love to run, romp and play with the best of them.
Asthma, I do have asthma, which is no fun when I have one of those breathing problems, but I’m coping quite well. I was taking some pills, but it caused me to put on a little weight, so we went to an inhaler thingy that Dad helps me with if I have an attack. I don’t like that mask over my nose, but I do tolerate it since it helps right away. But generally I’ve done great and might only have an asthma attack once every couple of months now. But they sure are scary when they happen. So, that’s my background for those of you who didn’t know about me.
Brother Brian assigns each of us tasks to do around the house, and Brian appointed me as the Alarm Cat. I’m quite honored and take this roll seriously. My primary job is to make sure that Dad and Mom are awake by 5:00am every single day. Let me tell you, I am very good at this, although sometimes I worry about them not waking up on time so I actually start a bit early just to make sure. My other role is that of Group SpokesCat. The others don’t talk too much, but me, I talk all of the time, so if there is something that needs to be said for the group, it’s up to me to get the message across. I guess you could say I’m the Press Secretary to The Brian King.
I hope all of you have a fun weekend, and we’ll chat again. Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!
Oh Gracie – I didn’t know about the dog’s… you poor thing… that must have been so scary…. I am so glad you are OK. I never knew your parents had dogs.. Silly me just assumed they were cats all the way… You and your beau are sure two of a kind. He trys to wake us up by 5AM every day too, but like you, I think he gets nervous that he will be late & start early. This AM he got the job done by 4:15! Alex is kissing your picture… he says “come on over – he… Read more »
Gracie, it is a sad fact that some dogs will actually attack cats and kittens, and you were the victim of one of them. I am so glad you ended up at your Forever Home with your wonderul humans and siblings.
Oh, and Pee Ess: that is pretty interesting that you have an inhaler – I didn’t know cats could have asthma.
I didn’t know about your background. I’m so glad someone was able to save you from that attack and that you found a great forever home with Brian.
Sister Gracie, I had no idea about that dog and it makes mom and I cringe thinking of it Thank heavens someone helped you sweet girl. MUCH love to you and you couldn’t have a nicer home. But I know you already know that. Much love darling girl.
You are the first cat I’ve met with asthma. I was sure it was only limited to humans up until now! Your Dad is right – not all doggies are bad. Sometimes, they just get carried away. We are so glad you are safe and sound now. xx
Hi there Sister Gracie. It was so much fun hearing all about you. We are so glad you got to take over the blog today. Our job is to wake up the Mom every morning at five too. But we just do that to make sure we get our fuds really early.
Glad Dad got the inhaler for you so you don’t have to take those pills that make you a tiny bit chubby any more. Bet you get lots and lots of window whiffins today. Nice and cool. Take care.
Oh, Gracie, what a horrible experience with that evil, vishus doggie! You have such a wonderful home now! And you are the purrfect spokescat!
Oh Gracie, Brian is right, most doggies are very nice. I am so sorry that happened to you. My sister Rosie doesn’t like to be picked up much either. Oh, and being the alarm cat is VERY important. I am the alarm dog around this house.
Your pal, Pip
Hannah has asthma too Gracie – she takes half a tablet every other day but if it gets worse (the weather affects it sometimes) she gets it everyday until it subsides. Mum grinds the tablet down with the back of a spoon and mixes it with a small amount of wet food and it goes down a treat. It doesn’t stop her being queen of all she surveys!
Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx
Gracie, you sure tell an interesting story. Sorry you had a bad start with that dog attack, but sounds like you have a beautiful life now. Freckles is our talking cat!
We are sorry about you being messed up by the doggie, but very glad that you were saved and ended up in a loving home. We didn’t know cats can have asthma and get treated the same way as humans.
Oh Gracie, it was wonderful to get to know you better. I am so sorry that woofie hurt you, but I am glad you are okay now and found such a wonderful forever home.
We enjoyed your post, beautiful Gracie; we didn’t know about your terrible encounter with the bad woofie, but are so glad you were rescued and doing fine now and living with your wonderful family…Happy weekend sweet friends…kisses…Calle, Halle, Sukki
Beautiful Gracie!!! Awww look at you all gorgeous and lovely!! Thank you for sharing a little bit about yourself here! Me and Charlie think you are one amazing kitty with your fantastically positive cattitude!! Awwww! We think you make a most brilliant press secretary too! Yay!!
We are also waving to King Brian and Princesses Precious, Sascha, Dolly and Zoe! Take care
You are a wonderful press secretary and I bet you are a pawsome alarm clock. I know what hard work that is cause I am the alarm cat here. The humans seem to get annoyed when I wake them on weekends though. Don’t they understand they should get up at the same time every day? Mommy had a bout with asthma (hers was caused by a virus) so we knows it can be very scary. We are all very glad they has medicine to help you with that. Please let Brian know I would love to come snuggle with him… Read more »
Hi Gracie – it is very nice to meet you in such detail! We are glad you survived the doggie incident and love hearing about your alarm duties. Our kitty Zoey has that job at our house, and just like you, boy does she take that job SERIOUSLY!!!!
Sweet, adorable, Gracie. We are so happy you were rescued and that you found such a wonderfully loving home.
Love to you, your sisfurs, your brofur and your rents.
THank you for sharing your story!
Oh Gracie – you have an amazing story to tell, and I’m so glad Brian shared his bloggy with you so we could get to know you better. I’m so sorry you had a bad experience with dat doggie when you were little. Brian is right – not all doggies are bad. In fact, I has many doggie friends on line anyway, and a couple next door in person. We sniff each other and those little doggies usually look for me when they are outside. So nice getting to know you better.
Nice to know a little more about you. You sure found a good family.
Hey there Brian & Friends-thanks for stopping by! I love the role of Alarm Cat, I am a pretty good Alarm Dog too. Getting them up that early in the morning is VERY CRUCIAL! Hope you have a good weekend!
Gracie, I love how Brian assigns chores for everybody..that’s really funny! He has always struck me as a very organized cat, so I’m not surprised. It was good to see you today, Gracie. I’m glad you all get different turns. This time, I noticed the ear tufts you have. A teensy trace of Maine Coon, like me, I say!
Have a good weekend, furriends (and to mom and dad, too)
OMC! Gracie. Want me to off some dogs for you? I got furrends who can do that. I’m glad you’re all recovered from that incident. xoxo
Olá amiguinho Brian…
Te desejo um ótimo final de semana.
Cheio de amor e muita DIVERSÃO!
Aus 1000 com amor da amiguinha …
Oh Gracie what a story you have! I’m so glad to hear that you were saved by some kind people and don’t remember too much about it now. I know you said you don’t like to be picked up so I will give you a virtual cuddle through the interwebs instead! ((( )))
Great post, Sister Gracie! We did not realize you had a scary experience with a woofie! We’re glad everything is ok now – you have a wonderful faimly. We like your special assignments 😀 Have a great weekend!
Pip, Smidgen, Minnie, HOllie
Alarm Cat is a most valuable position. And Brian, check you email, your pirate hat is on its way.
Thanks fur sharing your story wif us. We didn’t know about cat inhalers. Mommy lufs that photo. She says that nose is very kissable! Haf a pawsome day, kittehz. xoxo
Gracie, Brian’s right, not all of us doggies are mean like that at all! It’s nice to get to know you more. Sorry about your asthma.
I loved learning more about you, Gracie!
Oh, Gracie…I’m so sorry a dog hurt you. I’m really glad some humans helped you and that you are okay. I didn’t know cats got asthma. You did a really good post. 😀
Sweet Sister Gracie we sure enjoyed your post and learning more about you. We are so happy you recovered from the dog attack and you are doing so well. We know you are in a wonderful, loving, caring home now and Brian and all the rest of the family will keep you safe and take good care of you. You have a great forever home. Hugs and nose kisses
We are very sorry ta hear about the doggie attack, Gracie. That happened to the cat who came before Skeeter and LC too. She had to be petted JUST right or it hurt.
Gracie! We knew you had been attacked by a dog, we are so happy you were saved. What we didn’t know were your two most awesomest jobs; Alarm Cat and Spokes Cat! We say, it’s NEVER too early to start the day! A LOT.
Awww, you guys have such a great Daddy to help you with your mask like that.
Hi Gracie. I am so sorry you were attacked by a dog. I’m so glad there was good human who caught the incident and saved you. Brian is right, not all dogs are bad but we understand you get nervous when you hear barking.
Your assignment as an alarm cat is very important! One of my kitties wakes me up every morning to make sure I’m not late to serve their breakfast 🙂
We are glad you were saved from the evil dog Gracie and have such a good Forever Home now.
What a cutie!
Press Secretary is a great job.
We love coming here know each of you. Brian is a very generous king cat.
Thanks for sharing your story with us, Sister Gracie. We’re sorry to hear about your bad encounter with woofies. But we are happy you are better with no real ill effects.
I am so sorry that you got hurt by a mean doggie. Not all doggies are mean, but we can understand why hearing barking makes you nervous. Don’t worry about not liking to be picked up. Neither of us likes it, either and Mom doesn’t mind a bit. Just make sure that you get plenty of cuddle time.
Herman and Emma
It was so nice to learn more about you, Gracie. So sorry bout da dog ting though. Mee would be nice to you. All doggies aren’t bad.
Have a nice Sun-Day…
Oh Gracie–That is a terrible story! But I am so happy you gotted rescued! I think Gracie suits you better than Smokey, MOL! You’re verreh pretty!
Lovely Gracie, we’re sorry you were hurt by the woofie. And we’re so glad you were rescued and have such a loving furever home with loving pawrents.
xoxo Kassey and her Mom
Gracie you did a wonderful job of telling us all about beautiful you.
We love Gotcha stories. Yours was a scary one with a happy ending. You are very lucky some one rescued you! You have a very responsible job. We all pitch in and help with waking the beans.
Wow. We didn’t know about you and the dog. Our encounter with a dog has always just been Whisky and she’s a really nice sister to have. She does chase us sometimes, but it’s all in fun and we chase her back!
We’re so glad you are now living with Brian and your other sisters. 🙂
Congrats on all the new readers. Nobody deserves them more than you. 🙂
Asthma ~ no fun for people or kitties!!
Aww, Gracie I didn’t know your story. I’m so happy you have a loving home now.
I also like it that you have a job. You know I love kitties who have careers and you sound like you have your paws full!