Thursday, September 13, 2007

Press Release from St. Casserole's Cattery



Welcome, Dubbie!

Dubbie, the Bookstore foster kitten joins Andy, Fish and Whistle in the St. Casserole household. He is a native of St. Casserole Town and was born in extreme circumstances then abandoned. Discovered by a kind-heart, Dubbie, along with his three brothers, was bottle-fed and loved until old enough to become a pet.

St. Casserole said, "He's a dear boy and we are delighted to have him with us." LD added, "He's my kitten and I love him already." Andy, Fish and Whistle had no comment. Sister, Fish and Whistle's Nanny admits that she's a bit surprised to have another cat under her care but is ready to bring Dubbie up as she has the Ginger Brothers. Mr. Casserole appeared stunned when he realized that Dubbie joined the household.

Dubbie, a polydactyl kitten, is white with a saddle and toupe of grey striped fur. He has all pink toes 'cept one black hind toe. He's sweet natured and glad to be with people. He will be enrolled at Prof. Whisker's in the next few weeks for Cat School. He's interested in learning to type and create web pages since he has "cat thumbs".

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

19 comments:

Mary Beth said...

Ah, how wonderful! I especially love the toes. I met some of his cousins at Hemingway's house in Key West.

Littlemankitty said...

He HAS MY TOES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
HE HAS MY TOES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
MY PRETTY, WHITE TOESIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I want him to be my new best friend.
And Whistle, too.

1-4 Grace said...

Yay! I'm all new too! I love blogging and I love all my petpal cousins!!!! Yay!
Mugsy
I am so sorry, Andy, Whistle, and Fish. Y'all are in for a rough time of it. Beign a big brother to a kitten is tough. They ask too many questions, bit your tail, and get more than the appropriate share of attention. It can be pretty darn sucky, Ya know wha' I mean?
Mel

1-4 Grace said...

Hye.
If we were closer, I would so be in a lectioanry group iwth you. The kitt-ehs coul have a play date and we could drink (responsivley of course) and work out sermon ideas and talk and tell cat stories.
I wish you were clooser!!!!!
Oh, is it pronounced (Duh-bie) or (Doo-bie)?
Melech wants to know. He is my Lexi-catical one.
Mugs would jsut say, "Hey you, wanna play?"
For the life of me!!!!
YOu and Cheese always have th longest word verifciations!

zorra said...

Love those toes!

Cathy said...

I want to know if pedicures cost extra for those extra toes.

Presbyterian Gal said...

If those toes are opposable, maybe he can help clean the litterbox!

What a beautiful kitten. Yay to Dubbie the new St. Cassie cat.

Purechristianithink said...

Welcome to the RevGalCatPals, Dubbie.

Hot Cup Lutheran said...

oy that's alot of cat hair in one house! (says the woman with the 100 lb. dog at home)... but welcome kitty! will your new people bring you back something Irish to wear?

St. Casserole said...

I-4 Grace? Say "double" the way you and I would say it. He's name for having double toes. So, it's DUH-bee.

Wish you were closer, too.

Cheese and I requested long word verifications. Because she smells good, she got the longer words. I was just standing around with her so her "coolness" rubbed off on me.

Hey Hot Cup! Whatdoyamean cat hair? Where? These are all short haired cats. It's Sister, that magnificent dog who sheds her lab hair EVERYWHERE. God bless Oreck!

Whistle said...

LMK!

Wait! Wait! You are best friends with ME first! You can be best friends with Dubbie, too, but I want to be first. It's because of you and your toes that Mom knew about Dubbie. We want Dubbie to pick up quarters with his paws like you do! He can work cat cookie vending machines then!

Your Cousin,
Whistle, remember to like me BEST

Kathryn said...

Welcome oh Dubbie of the Toes.
Here the cattery is disturbingly quiet and I have only my people and That Silly Dog to entertain me...I wish you and your siblings were close enough to come for sleep overs. I'm lonely.
Tallis the Magnificat

Songbird said...

Dubbie, I cannot wait to meet you! I will share stories with you of noble cats in legend and lore, including the magnificent Pinkle Purr and the magical Nicky.
See you in December!
Much love,
Aunt Songbird

DogBlogger said...

Whoa -- typing toes! Door-opening toes! Crazy toes!

Do you now have Sister's weight in cats?

Quotidian Grace said...

Wondering if it's time to send you the Crazy Cat Lady statuette from TLC?

;-)

smartalec said...

Too 'suite' Cass-congrats. I can just envision Mr C cleaning litter boxes while you're slamming pints in Ireland!

Sue said...

Welcome Dubbie!!

He is just as sweet as can be. I'm so glad that he decided to own you. He will have a good and happy life with his new family.

LittleMary said...

well look at those paws!!!! i had a kitty with extra toes once. he was a really special boy. hope yours becomes just as special!

Reverend Dona Quixote said...

The toes may be special, but the eyes are gorgeous and the face sweet. Bet dubbie was real hard to resist