Hodge : Who is the most adorable cat in the world?
Hodge’s tail : How am I supposed to know, I don’t have any eyes!
Hodge : I am!
Hodge’s tail : You are such an egotist.
Hodge : I love you, HODGE
Hodge’s tail : Seriously, stop that. It’s kind of freaky.
Hodge : You are the best and cutest cat ever.
Hodge’s tail : I think I am going to leave now.
Hodge : OW WHAT IS PULLING AT MY RUMP?!
Hodge’s tail : Oops i forgot I’m permanently attached to you.
Hodge : Who is adorable? I am!
Hodge’s tail : Here he goes again.
Hodge : Oh, look it’s my brother! Hello, Podge!
Podge : Oh no don’t tell me you’re talking to your tail again?
Hodge : My tail? Don’t be silly, I’m complimenting myself.
Podge : You are such an egotist!
Hodge’s tail : I know, right?
Podge’s tail : [twitches]
Hodge : WHAT WAS THAT
Podge’s tail : [twitches]
Podge : No, no! Stop twitching!
Hodge : How entrancing, I must play with that twitching furry item!
Podge : Stop, stop!!!!
Hodge : [starts biting Podge’s tail]
Podge’s tail : Help, the devil is after me!
Hodge : Yum yum yum
Hodge’s tail : I am feeling neglected. [twitches]
Hodge : Wow, what’s that?!
Podge : It’s your tail.
Hodge : Don’t be ridiculous, my tail doesn’t twitch that deliciously! [starts biting his own tail]
Hodge sees very strange things while sitting in the sink
Sometimes, your foot is just so dirty that there’s no time to sit in a more conventional manner.
Hodge always knew he was going to be a diva when he grew up. It was just a question of when.
Hodge (top) wonders who is grabbing his tail under the shelf, so he looks down and bats at the cat who he sees underneath him. Podge wonders who who is batting at him from above the large black wooden board, so he grabs the tail that is sticking out from above the board.
Note: Sorry about not posting. Last week was production week for the play I was in, so I didn’t have time to update the website. : ( I will try to be more consistent now.
Recently, Olivia discovered something extraordinarily amazing and life changing: she is not the only cat in the world!
Up until that moment, Olivia had thought herself the last of her species. But that is apparently not so, as two very large grey tabby kittens walked into her life only yesterday.
At first, Olivia was confused. How can it be that I am not the only pointy-eared, pointy-toothed, furry-tailed, purring being in this world? she asked herself. Also, why are my look-a-likes printed in black and white and not in full colour?
But then the very large grey tabby kittens introduced themselves, and Olivia understood: she was not the only cat, she had just been stolen away from the other cats when she was a young kitten! Either that, or she had simply forgotten all the other cats she had once known. Probably the latter.
And now let us meet Olivia’s newest cat acquaintances…
Hodge is half of the pair of very large grey tabby kittens that Olivia met yesterday. He likes to purr loudly twenty-three hours of the day and sits on his tail the other hour. During his free-time, he sings soprano for his local community cat singers group. His favorite toy is anything that dangles from the air, including his brother’s tail.
Podge is the other half of the pair of very large grey tabby kittens. He likes sitting underneath beds and ambush unsuspecting passerby and using pieces of kitty litter as toys. Sometimes he even checks himself out in the mirror, that is how attractive he thinks he is!