74 thoughts on “All Worn Out

  1. Spunk and the mirror universe Spunk have been busy at the post. πŸ™‚ I like the black cat, too. On my screen the cat looks like a round black pot with two golden eyes and a hint of lips below the nose. A visiting entity of some sort! πŸ™‚

    • The mystry kitty looks like it could be on the evil side. You are seeing Spunk worn out from his destructive best. Thanks, Lavinia.

    • I’l probably go shopping for a new post.. I”ve done lots of renovation work on the cat trees. Thanks, Herman.

    • It’s pretty wild. Laurie came home wanting to listen to Symphony for the Devil by the Rolling Stones. The song has really brought out the devil in Spunk. He’s been attacking me, biting, scratching and hissing. A real wild cat. Thanks, Samantha.

    • Spunk is a Shredder. His inspiration is Nita Strauss. She’s way better-looking than Yngwie. He also gives a paws up to Satchel. Thanks, Brian.

    • As I mentioned to Samantha, Laurie came home wanting to hear Symphony for the Devil. When I put the song on over loud speakers, it brought the devil out in Spunk. He was grabbing onto my arm, biting, thumping me with is hind legs and hissing at me between bites. Wild, vicious cat. Later on he pur attacked me and I had to snuggle him like a baby. Thanks, Resa.

  2. Spunk attacked you? On a Symphonie? Is it obvious what a cat want to “say” (stop Timothy with a song?) Isn’t true that a some music is a way to worship a Satan?

    • I’m not getting where you are coming from. SPunk did not attach me. He was just lying around. I suppose there are satanic songs. My songs are not.

      • In a comments I saw that You said that a cat attacked You. Maybe I understand wrong because a English isn’t my native language. So sorry πŸ™ I agree with You, maybe is a satanic song because when I was listening the same some child attacked me. Animals and childrens are more sensitive then we. Your songs are good, I was listening. I like a sound of Your music πŸ”ŠπŸŽ§πŸ‘Œ

      • Are you talking about when Spunk attacked me while listening to “Sympathy for the Devil” by the Rolling Stones? He did, but he was playing. Although, Spunk can play rough. “Sympathy for the Devil” is not a satanic song in my opinion. It’s satire, and a very good song, too.

      • Misunderstandings happen. I like your comments. Don’t give up. You should continue to comment.

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