Mancat Monday: We Are Ready for Some Dry Weather

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mancat monday brian 09172018Hello everyone, it’s Mancat Monday and we’re ready for some dry weather in our neck of the woods.  The sunshine sure feels good on my shoulders.  We were a lot luckier than most were with Hurricane Florence.  We had rain, steady rain, but not any bad storms or any bad winds. We sure send our purrs and prayers to all those who got hit really bad.

Our ferals were pretty much in hiding during all the rain, although some of the food was eaten, so some of them were around.  Hopefully they will all be back as soon as things dry out.  The Dad said the backyard was like a swamp, all wet and yucky.  There were lots of leaves down and some small branches from the trees, but that was about the extent of it here.

While we were all hoping for a better week in Blogville, the sadness continues.  For those of you who may not know, our dear friend, and Blogville’s favorite Diva, dear sweet Madi, from the blog Madi and Mom has mad her journey to the Rainbow Bridge. Please stop by with love and hugs HERE.

We will love you forever dear Madi and we send all our love and many hugs to your very special Mom and Dad.  You made Blogville a very special place.

Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!


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37 thoughts on “Mancat Monday: We Are Ready for Some Dry Weather

  1. Margaret Elmendorf

    We are so glad that the storm wasn’t so bad here. Like you said, just some rain and a little wind.
    We are just so sad about Madi. It is a terrible loss.
    Brian, we hope you get lots of sun puddles today.

  2. The Island Cats

    We’re glad to hear that Florence wasn’t too bad to you. Now we hope all the rain stops.

    We are shocked and saddened about the news of Madi. Sending comforting purrs to her family.

  3. da tabbies o trout towne

    guyz……we iz verree happee ewe N yur familee N friendz N de feralz made it thru
    de crazed weatherz….florence waz vizshuz…..heerz hopin fur lotz oh sunnee dayz a head

  4. cecilia upchurch

    Dear Brian, sisters, brudder and peeps,
    Thank you for the lovely post on our precious little Diva.
    She gave Diva a new meaning. Each time I see a sun puddle or a box I’ll smile. She gave me so much joy and I’m pretty sure she’d be royally UPSET if I quit blogging so I will be back …and who knows an Angelic Diva will probably fly every so often too.
    Hugs and Proud to have been Mom of Madi

  5. Jodi Stone

    I’m sorry to hear about Madi. It’s hard losing friends.

    Glad you are getting some drier weather. We are getting the rain from Florence tomorrow, although I have to say, it’s been very humid where we are, so I too am looking forward to drier weather, although a different type than you are.

  6. Comedy Plus

    I left my condolences at the loss of Madi. So very sad and it’s happening to often of late.

    I hope you all dry out and the kitties will come out of hiding and resume their normal activities.

    Have a purrfect Mancat Monday. My best to your peeps. ♥

  7. Tamago

    Glad your area is safe from hurricane. I hope it will dry out soon and feral kitties will show up 🙂
    Purrs to those who are affected. And I’m so sorry to hear about Madi.

  8. The OP Pack

    We are glad you escaped the worst of the hurricane and hope the rains end soon. Bring on the sunshine.

    We too are very sad about Madi. It has been a very sad period of losses – too many lately:(

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  9. Valentine

    It sure has been a sad month in the blogging world. I hope that October brings good health to all our furr-iends, ’cause lots of tears have fallen this month. Hugs.

  10. Kitties Blue

    Madi going to the bridge was one more awful blow. Most of the wonderful senior ladies who were part of Crotchety Cougars are now gone, and it truly hurts our hearts. Though we know they are probably having big parties at the Rainbow Bridge, we were not ready to let any of them go. Hope you’ll join the blog hop for Madi on the 26th. We also hope it will be okay if we remember and honor Madi at the same time as Sister Precious on next Sunday’s selfie hop. XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer

  11. Jeanna

    It’s good to hear you weathered the storm, guys. We’ve been very lucky the last few weeks weatherwise and might wish for a little less sun and heat, but be careful what you wish for. Soak in the sunshine and have a peaceful week, all.

  12. World Of Animals, Inc.

    Happy to hear that the whole family is safe from the hurricane and that it was just a steady rain. We will be seeing wonderful sunshine up here by Wednesday after the rain moves out of our area. We can’t wait until the humidity is gone. Hope you’re having a great Mancat Monday with some beautiful sunshine. Have a great rest of your week.

  13. lisa

    Very happy to know you weren’t badly affected by the storm. I can see why you are ready for some dry weather. I’m ready for some cooler weather! But, it’s suppose to be in the 90s all week.

  14. messymimi

    Everyone who has been through this hurricane has my sympathy. We got the flooding two years ago, and i’ve been through several storms including Katrina. May you dry out and get some sunshine very soon.

    My sympathy to Madi’s family. No matter how long we have those we love, it’s never long enough.

  15. Foley Monster, Pocket and River

    I am glad the sunshine is finally on your shoulders. We are very sorry to learn about Madi. We popped by her page to leave our condolences

  16. Angie

    Glad you have not been affected too badly by the storm – others not so lucky! Can’t imagine how many cats and dogs, not to mention other animals, have been affected. Farewell to Madi …

  17. Spitty the Kitty

    Hi Brian, We are glad you are not hurt too badly by the storm. It is really sad and scary to read about. You have had enough troubles of your own lately, my furiend. We hope there’s lots of good times coming your way soon.

  18. Little Binky and Granny

    We’re so relieved that you all are safe, Brian and family. You can have some dry weather from us, we’re having another Autumn heatwave here…not so hot as Summer, but 26°Celcius is very hot for Autumn 😀 We were flabbergasted when we saw the message of Madi, it’s all so sad :'( Soft Pawkisses to all of you <3

  19. Diane

    Brian the Cat seems very somber, deep in thought. I’m sure his misses his sisters and now his friend, Madi.

  20. Deziz World

    We’re ready fur some dry too. We always get the rains and storms when those hurricanes build up. We’re purrayin’ fur all. Big hugs

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Raena

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