Now, for a little Louisa lite!

7 Oct

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Hello SK fans,

We did some heavy lifting over the weekend with such weighted topics as rape and murder, so today we’re taking it down a few notches.

This is an ideal time to share my angst over my publicist’s decision to deny me yet another opportunity to be a pet owner. Some of you may recall that twice now MAD has refused to allow me to have a pet mouse, like my nemesis Nina in Bay Ridge. (Nina has everything!!!).

Well, a bat flew into the place where she stays when she’s not with us. Instead of bringing it over to MAD’s apartment, where we all could enjoy it, she allowed it to be removed and returned to his family, who she is sure misses him. How does she know they miss him. Maybe they couldn’t wait to get rid of him. Did she ever think of that? No, she thinks solely of herself. Just imagine the fun we could have had had she brought it over here. We could all chase little Bruce Wayne around. A winged mammel!! And, in time for Halloween! Nina would be so jealous.

My pub told me later that she did not think MAD would be as excited as I, and though I am up to date on all my shots, she never did get her rabies shot and neither has MAD. Therefore, I suffer.

Tune in tomorrow, Oct. 8 when we celebrate Marmee’s birthday. She’ll be 213!
xo, LMA

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6 Responses to “Now, for a little Louisa lite!”

  1. Nina from Bay Ridge October 7, 2013 at 7:11 pm #

    Unfortunately, WHD had the holes in the kitchen wall filled during our kitchen renovation, so my pet mouse has been banished! 😡

    • louisamayalcatt October 7, 2013 at 7:16 pm #

      She gets a new kitchen at your expense? Life is so unfair, Nina! xo LMA

  2. A Rhythm Runs Through It October 7, 2013 at 8:00 pm #

    So apropos for Halloween too! ^v^ ^v^ ^v^

  3. Bruce Thiesen October 7, 2013 at 9:08 pm #

    I think the combination of a feline and a flying mammal that looks like a flying rodent would make quite a messy scene. Everyone is better off with the publicist’s cool and level-headed call. In the long run (and the short) it’s a good answer.

  4. sued51 October 8, 2013 at 6:46 am #

    Definitely a halloween-tinged post…really…better off without that creature in the house…

  5. Sheila October 8, 2013 at 11:33 am #

    Too bad – it would be fun to chase that bat around! But that’s nice that your publicist returned it to its family and now no one has to worry about things like the possibility of vampires in the middle of the night.

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