I am Inkee-Bear. Some say my name should be Mellow-Purr-Bear because I take life as it comes. I was born in April 2011 or three weeks after Gracee. I am a silky, midnight-black, straight-eared Scottish Fold weighing in at almost 13 pounds. I was very sick when I first went to my forever home but my meowmuh and the lady Doc saved me. I purr most of the time but always when I think of them. View Inkee-Bear's Posts.
BONES? Did you say a hand -- wait -- the bones of a hand are actually hangin' from my collar? My collar? Are you serious? That's not right, that's just plain scary. There must be more to this than meets the eye.
Yup, this is my fav way of viewin’ the world. Upside down. I’m wishin’ that all black cats out there get lotsa’ APPRECIATION from all 4 & 2-legged critters on this, OUR day--Oct. 27--National BLACK CAT Appreciation Day!
Black Cat what day? Appreciation? On Oct. 27? So do I get treats? A ride in the stroller? A ‘no-swats-from-Gracee’ day? Can I lick the other cats’ bowls clean? Can I have some popcorn? Can I sit in the garden kitchen window for a whole day? No, not even an hour? A minute? So what’s to appreciate? Most important, who's gonna' appreciate me? Sigh.
We cats love to be up high. When I'm sittin' on this beam, I can see the second floor & down below to the first floor. When people walk in the door, they never look up so they don't see us. They don't know that there's a 'cat-on-the-beam' watching their every move, listening to their every word. It's our way - secretive, hidden, you know what I mean.
'Meanie' Gracee said I insulted her. I'm just a truth-teller, know what I mean? This is a real live pic of Penny. One of her front paws is sorta' different. Penny jumps & runs just like any other dog. She's happy. Most important, she's loved. So are we. 'Priceless Penny' is available on Amazon & Kindle with 5 Star reviews.
Gracee: What's this? Inkee-Bear: A book. Must I explain everything? Sigh. Gracee: Maybe Meowmuh will write a book about us! Inkee-Bear: Not about you.
What did I tell you? Patience is a virtue. Patience pays off. So, just be patient. You'll always get what you want. See what I'm sayin'? Sophee's doin' her catnappin' beauty-rest thing in her fav cat tree in the other room. And me? I've got the catwalk all to myself as you can clearly see.
Sophee: Got ya! On the run you gi-normous bully? Scared of a little girl half your size? They say I'm pretty, but I can take care of myself, know what I mean? The proof is in the pudding, so to speak. Inkee-Bear: The better part of valor for a gentleman in this situation is--give it up. I'm outta' here--at least for the time being.
Sophee: Here's that something special I promised! Warned ya'! Oh, didn't hear me? Earth to Inkee!! Get goin', get off my catwalk, get outta' my face! Inkee-Bear: Good grief. She's serious. She's the prettiest calico I've ever met but... Yikes. What's a gentleman to do under these circumstances?
Sophee: You're not comin' up here. I'm not even gonna' look at you. Don't see you, don't hear you, you're not even there. Inkee-Bear: I'm not lookin' at you either. Don't see you, don't hear you, you're not even there. Trust me, when I do look at you, you'll be gone.