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Sunday, May 28, 2017

Sunday Selfies: Coming Home

As much fun as it is to get away and see something new, often the best part of a trip is the coming-home part. For this week's Sunday Selfies blog hop, hosted by The Cat on My Head, we share a couple post-BlogPaws selfies.

First up is this selfie that Flat Cats Paisley and Webster took during the drive from Myrtle Beach to Maryland. We don't know if you can tell from the photo, but traffic was really bad because of an accident. Incidentally, we learned the hard way that when we're coming home from the south, even on a Sunday afternoon when you'd think there wouldn't be a rush hour, we should go the "back way," because 95 and 495 are not enjoyable at all.

Flat Cats stuck in traffic, somewhere in Virginia

And after everyone was home, the swag bag got opened up and Real Cat Webster immediately claimed the Yeowww! catnip banana as the new Best Thing Ever:

Real Cat Webster plays with catnip banana


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13 comments:

  1. Cody is a HUGE fan of Yeowww! We have featured them a number of times on his blog and the "nip nanner" is just the best! catchatwithcarenandcody

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    1. This is our cats' first nip nanner experience, and they cannot get enough of it :)

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  2. I do feel a bit left out as ALL I got was a nip nanna, and that was smuggled in so I oughtn't have that either. MOUSES! What is the world coming to when a Princess ant even enjoy her hard earned nip???
    Anyways I love the nipped selfie, pretty cool.
    Purrs, ERin

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    1. I thought princesses could have whatever they wanted. What's the point of being a princess, otherwise??

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  3. I'm glad you made it home safely, flat cats in tow! And I may need to try one of those bananas. My cats aren't fond of large-scale toys as a rule, but this might be different.

    Jean from Welcome to the Menagerie

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    1. My cats are just the opposite; they tend to enjoy the larger toys that they can bunny kick. They quickly lose interest in smaller toys.

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  4. We used to have a Yeowww! catnip banana, someone loved it to death.

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    1. Yes, that will happen to ours someday too! :)

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  5. Nip manas are the best. Thank you for the kind words you left for me on the passing of my Snowball. XO

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  6. We know that 'nip 'nanner - it totally rocks!!!

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