Sweetie Pie Proudly Presents #Caturday

Sweetie PieSweetie Pie Turner here, MomGoth’s mom’s cat.

Last week, I told MomGoth I was zausted from posting every single Saturday, so you know what MomGoth did? She got me a sistant! He’s a boy, so I think he ought to be a brotherant, but MomGoth says that sistant is gender-neutral, so a sistant he is!

She knows I like being an only cat, so she keeps him at her house, but he works for me, and he’ll be doing all the Caturday work as soon as I get him trained.

The name he came with was Q-Tip, but Mr. MomGoth doesn’t like that name. He calls the new guy Tipper, so Tipper is his name now.

The training has begun. Here I teach him how to show his pretty head markings.

Here, I show him how to pose.

Here, I show him how to slink.

Of course, it’s imperative that one learn how to take a selfie. He took some teaching!



But he finally got it right.


He’s very shy, but I plan to have him ready to post for himself next Caturday. And I’ll still be reporting now and then about the goings-on up here at MomGoth’s mom’s house.

Until next time, be good humans!

A WRITING PROMPT FOR ANIMALS: What would you need/want to teach your sistant?



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One thought on “Sweetie Pie Proudly Presents #Caturday

  1. Jane

    February 4, 2017 at 9:01am

    The Sistant is acceptable!

    Lovely markings on the new kid. I hope Sweetie Pie gets him trained up soon.
    Maybe S.P. can still take some selfies from time to time???

    Love them pix!

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    • Marian Allen

      February 5, 2017 at 8:11am

      Tipper, we figure, was born in March, maybe. He was found as a weaned kitten eight months ago, so I’m giving him a March 21 birthday. Ought to call him Vernal Equinox. Hmmm…. Sounds like a name for a hick in one of my stories.
      Marian Allen would love to share..A Tale of Another White Cat #SampleSundayMy Profile

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  2. Precious sistant! I love when one cat teaches another cat how to cat!

    My Clara had a patch like that on her head when she was wee, and it grew to be totally white. I’m curious if his will stay on, and his snout, too…

    So, in a related series of events: Last week, my friend Cole was searching for a solid white kitten for her mama. Had to be free, had to be fixed and flea-free. She found one, and he too had the slightest dark spot on his head. I said the same thing to her that I said to you, and I added, “I’m glad I didn’t name her Smudge!” Her mama named the new kitty Smudge!
    And then our mutual friend posted a photo of her neighborhood stray, also called Smudge.

    Joey would love to share..SoCS — HairMy Profile

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