Tuesday, 29 March 2016

The Caturian Legends

Long, long ago . . .

In a land far, far away . . .

When many perilous enemies were abroad in the realm . . .


There was a castle. A castle made of the finest carpeting. Behold!


I tell thee true, oh unbelievers and sceptics, 'twas a castle full of cats. The bravest, fiercest, most chivalrous felines that ever lived.


Yea verily, the Cats of the Round Kibble.


And forsooth, many were the cat heroes amongst them. First and foremost was their mighty leader, King Catur . . .


And his fearless, if somewhat morose, champion . . .


These noble felines spent their time eating, sleeping, playing with cat toys and, oh yes, questing. They were always questing for impossible things to locate, like the Holy Grail. Of course, being cats, they had their own motives for wanting to find this most sacred relic.


And oh, the legendary feats of skill and daring accomplished by these heroic cats!


'Zounds, but all manner of evil fell before them!


Their deeds shall live forevermore and be recounted with awe whenever cats gather together to feast on fat mice and pass around the catnip.

46 comments:

anne marie in philly said...

and my 3 are descendants of those brave kitties!

The Cranky said...

LOL, love it! Our Connolly is directly descended from the court jester. ;-)

Fearsome Beard said...

I think I may have sold that carpet castle before.

Marie Smith said...

And behold, the brave felines of the land of the Green Gable looketh out their castle doors that day and sayeth in one voice, " I'm not going out in that s****."

strangelynaked.com said...

Ha! Any post that can incorporate "zounds" is A+, well done.

DEZMOND said...

let us hope the Round Kibble photos was taken in a cat shelter not in some cat lady's home.... that is entirely too many kittehs

Gia said...

SQUEEEE KITTIES!!!! SQUEEE!!

(You should do a post on miniature goats next. So. Cute.)

laurie said...

round kibble !!!!!!!


thats hilarious!

I Lorkyn I said...

Great :D Where do you always find this weird stuff?!

Rommy said...

LOL...the cuteness...it buuurrrrrrrnnnnnnns!

Insomniac's Attic said...

I agree with strangely naked ... if you can fit in a Zounds! somewhere, you've really nailed it. LOL

Jeanne said...

Such tales of intrigue! And bravery! And catnip hangovers..... ♥
(must go tell Gomez of this....)

Debi said...

Cat Lady Tails! Oh My!

Miss Val's Creations said...

What brave confident felines!

Blogoratti said...

That was a delightful post, especially the cats in a circle, ha. Greetings!

JACKIESUE said...

Dexter approves of this message.

Jono said...

After all this I found out this morning that cats are tax deductible in England as pest control. How cool is that?

Leeanna said...

Sir Grumpsalot??!! BWAAAHAHAHAAHAHAHAAAAA! These were all too good. One question? Were you high on the nip when you did this post?

Magaly Guerrero said...

Yarn Dragon and Red Dot don't have a chance. I can see the determination in those cats!

This was hysterical.

bj said...

hahhaa...I do love your cute sense of humor....
I am not a cat person so have never had one but grands have one that I KNOW must be from Sir GrumpsALot line....he looks like he's mad all the time....
Have a good week...

Rosemary said...

The quote 'Being the Cat's Whiskers' comes to mind

Guillaume said...

I love this tale. It joins two things I love: cats and the Arthurian legend.

Martin Kloess said...

Enjoyed the fun. Thank you.

Adam said...

all hail Rhollor the Lord of Bark

Birdie said...

I will read this story to my cat before bed tonight.

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

Sir Grumpsalot! BAHAHAHAHA

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Love their names - and costumes. You are so clever in putting together a theme.

Lisleman said...

"Cats of the Round Kibble" - that's good.

Ol'Buzzard said...

That holds as much truth as gallant tales of human knighthood, and is more cunning.
the Ol'Buzzard

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

Oh I'm in love with this last one. He's purrrfect.
Cheers, Debra.

baili said...

liked it and enjoyed this interesting full of thrill and terror story with really enjoyable pics

you have guts to write comics dear god bless you always

Jim said...

An imagination gone wild!! And a mighty good one at that!
Cats rule!!

lgsquirrel said...

When does the movie come out?

Francie M said...

hahaha. Always glad to see your posts when I've been away for awhile!

Missy George said...

HaHaHa..you are a tad crazy..Love this post..Thanks for the laugh..Meow !!
Never saw a sky full of Terriers..

Magic Love Crow said...

That last image is so darn cute! I love this post! Yeh cats!

laughingwolf said...

...one can never be too sure of the results of 'nip from unknown sources :P

Mark said...

I love the giant carpet castle. I think my cat would throw a fit if I brought something like that home.

Professor Chaos said...

Oh my God, I would follow King Catur to the gates of Hell!

A Beer For The Shower said...

These are all fantastic, but I kinda really want that cat castle now. Badly.

G. B. Miller said...

I find that thy cat is a direct descendent of Sir Grumpsalot: self-centered and grumpy.

Father Nature's Corner

Ms Misantropia said...

Love the carpet castle!

Fundy Blue said...

This made my day, Debra! Thanks for the great laugh!

Sunshineshelle said...

Love ALL these cute kitties, fabulous furball fun to be had this post me lady :)

The Happy Whisk said...

Hahahaha, on the last one.

Hermesmerized™ the duchessofH said...

Honestly Debra, you are such talented, funny writer. Are you in the film business?