This post is a few days late this week, but I hope you’ll agree it was worth the wait.
This week the normal cat wasn’t available for questions, so I have a replacement cat, Wild Buffalo Betty. Enjoy her responses, the normal cat should be willing to answer questions again next week.
First off, I’d like to thank you for taking the time to answer a few questions, Betty.
It’s Wild Buffalo Betty, if you please. I ain’t liken’ to answer these questions, but it’s a small price to pay for some catnip, ah reckon.
Right… what are your thoughts regarding the rash of celebrity deaths lately?
It’s a shame, some of them were very good actresses and actors, not as good as my favorites, but good.
That leads to another question, what movie is your favorite?
I enjoy any movie with ropin’ in it, or a good ro-dae-o in it!
It’s pronounced rodeo.
Poor human, haven’t you ever watched the best movie with a ro-dae-o in it?
I’ve watched many movies with rodeos in them, along with lots on westerns and no one ever pronounces it that way.
Mickey Rooney you ain’t, watch Girl Crazy from 1943, you’ll learn its ro-dae-o. Unless you’re claiming that Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland were both wrong.
Fine… what events do you like best?
I enjoy watching the roping events, I always hope to learn something I can use.
Do you expect to be roping cattle soon? I’ve never heard of cowcats before.
Don’t be a fool! I only rope mice… and unwary human feet. I prefer my lassos to have feathers or bells by the way, but what do I get? Stupid artificial mice, it’s like giving a cowboy a mechanical bull to ride and expecting him o be happy.
I’m afraid we’re going to have to cut this short, but I’m sure everyone is happy to have heard your thoughts tonight. I hope you’ll join us again in a few weeks. Any last words for our readers?
Yes, give your cats plenty of catnip and feather toys, let them play ro-dae-o with the mice they catch. As John Wayne might say, move ’em up and move ’em out!
Thanks for reading, I hope you enjoyed these questions with Wild Buffalo Betty. Hopefully next week we’ll be back to the other cat, whom answers our questions without arguing or catnip.
If you have any questions for either cat, ask them in the comments.