Wednesday, 1 July 2009

Miss Fluffy giv Dilly cuddols



Dilly go vizit Granny at weekend.
Dilly be frends wiv cats at Granny's.
Dilly luv Miss Fluffy.
Miss Fluffy giv Dilly cuddols!

"Hewo Miss Fluffy,
can be havin cuddol?"

Miss Fluffy say,
"Perrrrrrrruupppp!"
-Do meen "Yes."

"Not too tite!
Not too tite!"

"Ahhhhhhh...."


6 comments:

Feronia said...

You be so cute, Dilly, who wouldn't want to cuddol you? :)

Ms. Creek said...

Miss Fluffy looks like my naughty, snotty kitty. So cute seeing her cuddle with you! Aren't kitties just the best?

Maggie and Mitch said...

What a nice warm cozy spot you found for yourself, Dilly! We bet you never want to leave, right?

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

Stanley said...

Dilly Girl!

I DO wish I could cuddle you like Miss Fluff is doing, although my fur is not as soft as hers. (It's very curly ~ you could get lost in the forst of curls possibly.)

You must be a cat whisperer. Miss Fluff seems to enjoy your company so much she almost hugged the dragon guts right out of you (STINKIN' glad she didn't).

Thanks for making us smile!

Goober love & smooches,
Stanley

MISS PEACH ~(^.^)~ said...

Sweet Princess DIlly! How nice that you are with Miss Fluffy. Such a special visit. Mommy wanted me to tell you to tell your mummy that she is chuffed that the CARD is coming in real life to our cozy cottage. We didn't expect it...only thought a photo of it would be grand. We can't wait to have it. You mum is so nice to us by thinking about us and sending us her lovely works. We treasure them. I always look at the tag she sent me at Christmas time...it is a favorite of mine.
We hope her hip feels better soon...that is a long time to be hurty. Better get those good knickers out before it get to painful to walk.
All our love to you in your corner of the world from ours...Miss Peach

Stardust said...

Now... yu luk so smoll within!

I fawnd a poem todae, an I thot of yu!

Lavender's blue, dilly dilly,
Lavender's green.
When you are King, dilly dilly,
I shall be Queen.

Who told you so, dilly dilly,
Who told you so?
'Twas my own heart, dilly dilly,
That told me so.

Children's poem, author anonymous

Dilly lyke?