There's a New Furriff in Town

Good morning. In case you don't know me, my name is Maggie, aka furmer streetwalker, Noel. My mom and dad changed my name. They were hoping I'd refurm my streetwalking ways. My kittens were all taken into purrtective custody, and so I suppose it's time to turn over a new paw.

So I moved into this place called the Three Cats Ranch recently. It's taken me a while to learn the ropes, and I don't have it all down completely yet. Today I'd like to take this purrfectly fine opurrtunity to show you around the place and tell you what I've seen so fur.

This guy here...he thinks he's in charge. Ha. We'll just let him go on thinking that. A wise woman knows purrfectly well what to do about him. Boy cats...they're so silly.

This here's my new dad. I like him.

I've been exploring this place up, down, in, out, over, under, and it's not bad at all. Fur example, this here's my new dad's lap. I sat on it.

See this bed? I slept on it. Definitely purr-worthy.

See this carpurrt? I walked on it. It was soft on my toesies.

See these stairs? I went up 'em.

My new mom was sewing up there. I kinda like this quilt. It has cats all over it. A very good sign.

And it makes a purrfect hidey hole.

Follow me downstairs, if you will. My new mom has a sewing machine down there too. I checked it out.

Here's this pawsitively ridiculous boy cat again.

Up there's his clubhouse. It says "He Man Woman Haters" on a sign at the door. Have you ever heard of something so purrposterous? I'll deal with him later.

Fur now there's this soft pile of quilts. I sat on 'em.

And see this closet? Geez...my new mom is a messy housekeepurr. I'm gonna have to help her purrganize this mess.

Back upstairs there's this little table where my new dad puts his coffee. I stepped on it.

And underneath my new dad's recliner...I looked inside.

See this couch? I've been under and on top of it.

See my new mom's feet under that quilt? I bit 'em.

See this window here? I looked outa it...and I chattered at the birds outside. I might go outside some day and see if I can score some poultry bits. Not now, though. I'm still getting the lay of the land inside the house.

See this feather toy? I played with it. It made me hungry.

So I ate some of my food...from my bowls. You can tell these are my bowls. They say C-A-T on them. I'm a pawsitively excellent speller.

And see this hallway? I ran laps around it.

But I gotta keep an eye out for this purroblem cat.

There's something he needs to know about me. He's used to that grandma cat that used to live here. I heard she got her nails manicured a little too short one time. Not me...these knife-purrnt daggers had to be registered as deadly weapons. We'll just see who gets the better of that fight.

He's gonna be in fur a surpurrize if he messes with me.

15 comments from clever and witty friends:

Vroomans' Quilts said...

You've certainly gotten a good start to feeling the lay of the land in your new home. You have a purrfectly wonderful home.

Quilting Babcia said...

Purrganize huh, I suppurrs that's better than purrging, at least in your mom's eyes!

works4me said...

Welcome Maggie,

Yes, make sure you explore every nook and cranny of your new abode. Rub against a bunch of stuff so the "boy cat" knows you mean business.

Welcome. We look forward to hearing more from you soon.

Lyndsey said...

What a purrfect lady you are Maggie. Pleased to meet you, I'm Picasso from London UK. I'm so pleased you've landed on your cute paws with your new home. You'll soon settle in and Smitty will be fine as you get to know him. He's got a good sense of humour and he likes adventures but expect him to be miffish for a while as he was upset about Gracie and as aboy cat he has to be the boss.

Chris said...

Well, Maggie....you certainly made your mission statement purfectly clear. Nice to meet you and I'm looking forward to your adventures with the new Mom & Dad and that silly boy cat.

Dana Gaffney said...

See mom's toes? I bit em, LOL. At least we know she's playful.

Sherry said...

Maggie, as Mary Poppins says...."you are practically purrfect in every way!" I am pleased you are getting settled in to your new home and I know you love your mom and dad as much as they love you. As for Smitty, he's a cutie and you will learn to love him too. It will just take a little longer. Looking forward to hearing from you again soon.

Vivian said...

Congratulations on joining the esteemed Three Cats Ranch. I guess there's a new sheriff in town and she's a cutey!!

Michele said...

Oh Maggie I'm glad to see that you have already learned about the blogging world and your spelling is purrfect for a newbie. You are quickly becoming as big a celeburrity as Smitty is. I know he is a pain in the tail right now but I'm sure you'll be the best of friends quickly. He has so much to show you about the wonders of The Tree Cats Ranch and he'll need your help to protect it.

Kate said...

I really enjoyed your first foray into the blogging world. You've done a good job of getting the lay of the land. I'm sure the resident boy cat will figure out soon that he's better off with a new friend than the alternative. Looking forward to hearing about your next set of adventures.

liniecat said...

Maggie your going to have them all at your neck n call in no time girl lol

Barb H said...

So good to hear from you, Maggie, after days and days in solitary confinement--for your own good, of course. Sounds like you're taking pride in being a member of the Three Cats Ranch. You've got Smitty figured out, I guess--let him think he's king of the ranch while we all know you're the one who really runs the place. Welcome!

Lee Ann L. said...

I am glad to see that she seems to be making herself at home in spite of Smitty. :-)

Brown Family said...

Maggie, I am glad you have moved in and unpacked your bags. You have landed in a purrefect home.

quiltzyx said...

Looks like you're settling into Three Cats Ranch just fine Maggie! And isn't nice that there are a couple of warm laps to lay on? Welcome Home!