Mancat Monday: Ham Today, Gone Tomorrow

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Hello everyone, thanks for stopping by on Mancat Monday, the day after Easter and the big Feast.  Well, not exactly.  Oh, it’s Mancat Monday alright, and there was a big feast, it just wasn’t here.  Actually it started here but it ended up somewhere else.

The Mom got all the goodies prepared:  Louisiana sunburst salad, honey roasted ham with coconut rum-soaked Washington cherries and fresh pineapple, smashed potatoes, smoked gouda macaroni and cheese, apple-cranberry herbed stuffing, grilled-broccoli and cauliflower casserole, roasted vegetables, rolls and candied pecan sweet potato soufflé.  It did smell good.

The Mom and Dad got it all packed up and took it to our friends place a few doors away from our house.  She hasn’t been doing that well and wasn’t up to fixing Easter dinner, so the Mom and Dad had Easter Dinner with her, her Son and Daughter-In-Law.  Nope, none of us kitties care for ham so we enjoyed a nice and quite Sunday afternoon, twas purrfect.

I hope you all have a fun Mancat Monday, I will see you again on Thankful Thursday. Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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36 thoughts on “Mancat Monday: Ham Today, Gone Tomorrow

  1. MadSnapper

    you have described the perfect Easter Sunday meal…. i woud love all of it and also love the company of others while eating… more than a year since I ate with anyone other than Bob and Beau

  2. Charles Huss

    Sounds like your Mom and Dad had a good Easter. We brought ham home from the mother-in-law’s house but my wife’s sister said ham is bad for cats. I’m pretty sure it’s bad for humans so I believe it.

  3. Caren

    I have tears in my eyes at the extreme thoughtfulness of your Mom……..and…my stomach is growling and my mouth is salivating over how DELICIOUS that meal sounded!!!!! Yes, I’m Jewish and I eat ham! 🙂 Lenny doesn’t. I bet your neighbor was just thrilled with your kindness!!!!! Can you bring dinner to Michigan? xoxoxoxo Love to all!

  4. Sandee

    What a wonderful thing for your peeps to do. Very wonderful and you all had a quiet day. Nothing better than lounging about in the quiet.

    Have a purrfect day and week. My best to your peeps. ♥

  5. Eastside Cats

    Brian, I sat on a neighbor’s front porch, talking about her feral cats, and watched the folks next door pour in, all laden with goodies. We kept separate from the family, because the COVID numbers are insane here, so we’ll visit the family hopefully in the summer.

  6. Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

    My parents are moving next door to you so they can partake in your awesome feast.

  7. Cathy Keisha

    Not like ham??? Is that even American? That was so nice for your mom and dad to do and everything sounds delish but I hope everyone was fully vaxxed. Wait, I know your mom and dad are really smart and careful so you don’t have to answer that.

  8. The OP Pack

    What a kind thing for your Mom and Dad to do!!! We didn’t have ham here either because Dad shouldn’t have it with his kidney issues. But they did have steak on the grill and we all got a taste:)

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  9. Cathy Kennedy

    Brian,

    WOW, the Easter dinner your mom did sounds super yummy! And, oh how sweet of her to share it with a neighbor lady not feeling well and her family. I wanted to say thanks for the frequent visits this month to support me in my A2Z madness and I’m sorry for not always getting back over to your place. You’re dah best! Have a great week, furriend!

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