SARABI: I’ve been wondering what we can do to honour Kali. She wasn’t a big nipitoona drinker but she loved beauty treatments so let’s all paint our nails to honor Kali.
A bright red Candy Apple colour would be eye-popping. mol
AMBER: No, not for me. I noticed some wayward whiskers I could get plucked. Binky do you think you can pluck them?
BINKY: No problem, Amber. Kali must have tweezers around here. You want me to pull them out now? OK. we’ll wait. I need a soothing facial. My face furs are standing on end and are so dry with this cold and snow we’ve been having.
Ali, have you done this before? You look like you don’t know what to do. Besides my ears are sticking up through the towel.
ALI: Your ears are supposed to stick through the towel, Binky. You don’t want me to bend them, do you? Of course, I’ve given many a kitty a facial. It’s old hat to me.
AMBER: OK, you can pluck them now Binky. Geez…hisssss….that hurts like the dickens! Are you some kind of sadistic mother of a catfish?
BINKY: They’re not coming out Amber. I’m just curling them. They do give you a certain flair…..haha….actually you look different. Unique is the word. Do you want me to get Kali’s straightening iron so we can get them straight again?
AMBER: Let’s leave them. I don’t want you burning my face next. You’re a hazard with tweezers never mind a straightening iron.
BINGA: We’re trying to honour Kali with a spa day but this is complicated. I think we’re just making a mess.
ANGEL PHOEBE: Kali saw you ladies working away and was deeply touched. She would’ve come herself but Lily Olivia and Kit are telling her how to look after her wings and how to shine her halo. Lily O and Kit shine the halo up differently so there is a bit of a debate on which way is the best. Kali will be occupied for a wee while. See you ladies in a few days as myself, Kali, Lily Olivia, Kit and Ellie will be visiting you occasionally.
ALLIE: Woohoo! We’ll be the ole gang again. Thanks for stopping by Angel Phoebe we will love to see everyone again. Buddy, you look unhappy. What’s the problem?
BUDDY: I nos Iz’s not a Cougar but I want to honour my Kali too. I have a big ole hairs growing out of a wee mole on my tumsy. I want to get rid of it but after watching Amber and how much it hurt for the whiskery to be pulled on by tweezers, I want another way to get it out, out, out of here.
ALLIE: That’s no problem Buddy. We’ll wax it right out of there.
BUDDY: It feels ewws, odd. Sorta like somethings growing on the hair, what with the cloth on it.
ALLIE: Are you ready Buddy?
BUDDY: Ready for *rip* whattttt…hissss! Never mind the canoli….give me the gun! Good grief Allie, that hurts like a herd of bees stunged me.
ALLIE: The hair’s gone Buddy. Oh dear, so is all the fur around the mole. The mole is still there though.
BINKY: *Removes the cucumber slices and towel. * Look, I’m ravishing! I smell good too. I’d like to do this again except have a hot oil treatment for the furs next time.
AMBER: Perhaps we should leave any further beauty efforts while we still have fur and faces.Kali, we respect you even more after trying some of these beauty ideas.
Phoebe has left us, ladies. She has gone to join our other friends at the Rainbow Bridge. It is a sad day for Blogville and for us, Crotchety Cougars. I hang my head in sorrow for my lost buddy. Wait, Phoebe wouldn’t want to see us feeling sorry for ourselves and weeping…..no, she would want us to kick some butt! That sounds like our Phoebes.
I don’t feel like kicking butt Phoebes but for you, we will hold our heads high and honour you as a true Crotchety gal. A beautiful gal who tells it like it is. Everyone please let Ellen of 15 and Meowing know how much you support her and her family through this devastating time.
Ladies for Phoebe….let’s yell out our motto with feeling.
Hey Phoebe, what do you want to do with the group this month? We can go to Bingo….I hear Binga’s really into Bingo and she wins like crazy.
No, not if she’s going to win all the time…what’s the fun in that? I don’t just want to look at Binga winning everything and we all lose. Can we go without her?
I don’t think so Phoebe, we’re a group so what we do, we should do together.
PHOEBE: This sucks!
KALI: We could go visit with some children.
I don’t like kittens. They’re loud and smelly. They bite and claw. They’re disgusting things.
Yuck, I know where you’re coming from Phoebe. I don’t much care for kittens either. I was mewing about children….human ones in the hospital, sick ones. They need a change and you got to admit we are different. It’ll give them something else to think about.
I like it, Kali. As long as the hairless ones don’t pull our tails! What do the rest of the Cougars think?
PHOEBE & KALI:
Let us know and we’ll plan our outing gals.