Blest Sunday: Stealing Yolks

Hey Zebby, you better get off the counter befur mommy sees you.

 

Raena lays on cat tree, Blest Sunday template

            Well don’t tell her. Kittens! Could you be any louder? I’s lookin’ fur more treats.

 

More treats? Like stealing mine wasn’t enough? Mommy said you had your whole week’s allotment when you stole mine.

 

Raena looks up while Zebby eats her quail egg treatHey Zebby, that’s mine’s quail egg yolk. You already had yours.

 

 

          But that’s not fair. And mommy always says everything needs to be fair.

 

Guess you should’a thought about that when you decided to steal mine’s egg yolk.

 

Zebby eats his quail egg yolk treat

          But RaenaBelle, it was just so tasty. And quail’s eggs are so tiny.

 

I’s know Zebby. But since I’s can’t eat chicken or their eggs, mommy gets the quail eggs special fur me. Of course I’s insist that we share. And then you go and take advantage of mine’s good will. Maybe next time, mommy will buy duck eggs. Their much bigger, even than chicken eggs.

 

2 dozen quail eggs2 dozen quail eggs. The whole egg is about the size of a chicken egg yolk.

 

          Yeah. I’s want her to get us one of those giant eggs. You know from one of those big birds in Africa. Mommy says there’s a couple of them around here somewhere. I’s don’t know why she can’t just call ‘em up and tell ‘em to bring us one of their eggs.

 

Are you talking about the ostrich eggs? Either way, I’s don’t think it’s that easy to just get one of those eggs. I’s know mommy says they’re purretty expensive. We might ought to explain a little in case anypawdy’s wondering why we’re eating raw eggs. Since we eat raw food, raw eggs are a pawrt of it. Click here fur a great inexpensive and very easy recipe. And here’s where we talk about the salmonella myths. We are truly Blest to have a mommy who wants the bestest fur us.

 

Zebby sits on the liberty cat tree looking back over his shoulderI’s think that’s our food delivery coming up the walk.

 

 

          You’re right about that RaenaBelle. We are so Blest. And, we’re Blest to have all our amazing furiends. I’s gonna go link us up with the Kitties Blue fur Sunday Selfies. Maybe we can have a treat later. Just not egg yolks.

 

Raena lays in lap, selfie

Yeah Zebby, I’s luvs our furiends so much. As we do each week, we’d like to remind you to take a minute today and every day to Give Thanks fur the Blessings in your lives. Thanky thank you fur being Blessings in ours.

 

Till the next time…………………………………………………………Be Blest!!!

 

Luvs and Hugs and Kitty Kisses

 

RaenaBelle and Zebadee

7 thoughts on “Blest Sunday: Stealing Yolks

  1. Gosh, I never knowingly had an egg. I shall have a go, as Mrs H can get eggs from the Farm shop she visits. Now, if you girls got an ostrich egg, why that could last you all week, with enough left over for an omelette for your staff 🙂
    Have a blessed and eggciting week!
    ERin

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  2. We can duck eggs here, but they are very pricey, and they only come in a 6 pack. We ear a lot of freeze dried raw food ourselves…us pups that is,LOL!
    Petcretary has been eating a lot of vegetarian/pescatarian and sometimes vegan foods lately.
    Unless she stops working we can’t see her cooking /preparing our food herself. The latest thing our pet shop has, where we buy the freeze dried, is now selling fresh meals in smaller packages. That costs even more than the freeze dried, ounce per ounce.

    Enjoy your treats and eggs, kitties!

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    1. I have four laying hens myself and I was drawn to the patterns on the eggs myself. Oh, the cat is interested as well?!?!?!?!?

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