Sprocket inspired Papa Miao to sing a little song.
and some more red-white-and-blue sprockers!
Mr Happycat in the second to last one!
Beins are such SILLY FUN things! No wonder we stay around them…
*applause* Bravo! Encore!
my face hurts from smiling at the fluffernutter tune! oh and the kitty is cute, too!
Lol. So happy to see that others sing silly songs to their cats too. Guess I am not that crazy then. Sprockie looks especially good in red, white, and blue. Do you think it is because he is black and white?
I agree, b&w goes great with red white and blue. Sprocket seems to match everything.
And no, you’re not crazy. My father is always singing opera arias and old commercials. Sometimes he sings songs about ducks with quacking for the kitters.
Papa Miao sounds like a fun guy! The Miao brothers must adore him. In the first photo, Sprocket looks like he’s singing himself. Maybe not about fluffernutters. Maybe birdies and tuna fish?
My Papa Miao is wonderful!
Sprocket was probably singing about birdies because I was entertaining him with the feather toy.
Oh that’s so CUTE! Sprocket obviously likes to be sung to…….he’s so handsome in his beret and his kitty fangs are QUITE impressive too!!
Pam (and Sammy)
Heehee! Glad you like it.
His fangs are even more impressive when he is chomping on toes. He never chomps on fingers, only toes and ankles. Very considerate of him…
HA! Sam’s the same way…has a “thing” for toes and ankles – mostly ankles. However he USED to like my arms (!) – I’ve got the scas to prove it! 😀
Haha! ” And lots of peanutbutter!”
What song is that?
It’s from an old commercial my father saw when he was little. A fluffer nutter is a sandwich made with peanut butter and spreadable marshmallow. I didn’t even know there was such a thing as spreadable marshmallow.
Super Hiper Cute!
Papa Miao has a nice voice!
I think fluffernutters wouldn’t go with Sprockey’s fur, but the song fits him, being nutty and fluffy.
The fluffernutter and hees teef are eyewatering funny laugh!
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