Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Brofurs are hard to handle.

I am getting used to TBF. He has a routine, similar to that of Brach's, actually. He loves doing bread and butter on beanmom and his purr thing is so loud. I'm much more discreet, delicate if you may. I wake up my beans by gently turning down the blankets, not by howling in the middle of the night. I like a little lap time with beandad when he is on the phone. I've seen TBF headbutt beanmom with so much force he almost knocks her over.

hurumph.

He's so needy with his headbutts and demanding scritches and super purrs. I'm still having a hard time understanding his rambunctiousness. Boys are so confusing.

12 Comments:

At 10:46 PM, Blogger Derby said...

Yes Ms Mia, you have to get used to use boy cats. I don't purr to much or very loud. But I give mum some purrty good headbonks too. Just the way I am.

But I would be gentle with you. purrs.

 
At 2:29 AM, Blogger Hot(M)BC said...

Well, he's not a Princess, Mia, so I guess that's it. Pepi is the only boycat around here and he's pretty laid back. But I hear most are rambunctious like you say. Hang in there with the brofur!
~~ Mini

 
At 7:24 AM, Blogger Rascal said...

Hmmm. Perhaps Catzee should read this. She goes 100 miles a minute about 23 hours a day. She needs to gentle down a bite in my opinion.

 
At 6:08 PM, Blogger Fat Eric said...

Ohhh, I think you are learning to love your new brother, Mia! It sounds like he has headbutted his way into your humans' hearts already!

 
At 8:26 PM, Blogger The Meezers said...

Trixie would haf agreed wif you Mia. She nefurr did understand boys eifurr.

 
At 9:46 PM, Blogger Grr, Midnight & Cocoa said...

Our brother Cocoa loudly announces that he needs attention, headbutts stuff out of his way to the lap, and won't even hold still for a second. We know what you're talking about.
Grr & Midnight

 
At 8:54 PM, Blogger William said...

He might settle down in a year or two.

 
At 12:29 PM, Blogger Feline Oligarchy said...

Remember Boy Cats have cooties. But once you get used to them, they're ok sometimes. As long as they don't try to take over YOUR life. Hold your own, Ms Mia, and you will both be fine. --- Alberta and Charlie
(Blackie and Sky refused to sign their names because they don't think boy cats have cooties)

 
At 3:57 PM, Blogger Eric and Flynn said...

I haf to admit us boy cats are a bit boy-stir-us. Speshully me when I walk my 21 lbs ofurr mums head at 2 in the morning.
Eric

 
At 7:32 AM, Blogger =^..^= said...

Ms Mia, I'm a boy and I dun fink I am confusing.

But... then again... my bruffur is a boy and I find him furry confusing. I guess it depends on who the boy is.

~Bombay

 
At 9:07 PM, Blogger Mrs. Sniffles said...

Indeed boys are very strange. Bunny Daddy really wants me to have a brother but I'm not so sure. I think they should read your blog to get a few tips.

 
At 1:11 PM, Blogger Kukka-Maria said...

Demanding? I can identify with that. Waking people up in the middle of the night? HOW RUDE!

You have always been a very delicate and discreet princess. We are very much alike in that sense.

Wait...what? My agent is telling me that I'm not so delicate.

 

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