Two very hungry looking cats who obviously need some tasty FROZEN YOGURT
As everyone knows, Hodge is amazing at creating frozen yogurt that tastes delicious. At least three cats beg Hodgie-boy each day for his tasty and totally nutritious frozen yogurt, so he figured, why not make a frozen yogurt bar (
where he can at least get a profit). After about two months of convincing the town to hand over property to a cat, Hodge finally opened Hodge’s Outstanding Delicious Great-frozen-yogurt Eating-place (or HODGE for short) this Sunday.
Hodge offers many amazing flavours at his frozen yogurt bar, including, but not restricted to: Fur, Yummy Tuna, Podge-Flavour, Snot, Whisker Clippings, Friskies® Savory Shreds, Meow Mix® Tender Centers, and the Daily Special. His Podge-Flavour is apparently very accurate to Podge’s actual “taste” and has received rave reviews such as this one by a not suspicious cat, Hodgetta Hodgerson: “5 STARS I LUV IT OMG IT TASTES SO MUCH LIKE PODGE SO GOOD PLS KEEP ON SELLING IT HODGE P.S. U ARE MY HERO!1!!!1! <3” (on doubtfuloriginsreviews.com)
How Hodge perfected the Podge flavour
yo good job on that annoying meowing! you almost be annoying as me when i get separated from podge. imma let you slap my paw now to make you feel good about yourself!
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.
HELLO WORLD. It is I, Podge Whinene-Katt. I am so attractive. Look at me rolling on the floor. Yeah, I know the picture quality isn’t that good, but who cares when it’s of an attractive cat like me?
What is this strange box thing with the funny light that flashes in my face? Hello?
Hodge: Hello, Podge, I am going to be interviewing you today.
Podge: Um, no I am interviewing you!
Hodge: No, I’m interviewing you.
Podge: Actually, I’m pretty sure I’m interviewing you.
Hodge: The name of the post is “Hodge and Podge Interview Each Other!” My name is first, so it’s me interviewing you!
Podge: No, we’re supposed to interview each other . . . that means that I’m interviewing you!
Hodge: So you admit that I am interviewing you?
Hodge: Yes you do!
Podge: No, I said I was interviewing you! Not you were interviewing me!
Hodge: But you said we were interviewing each other. That means I’m interviewing you.
Podge: No, I’m interviewing you.
Hodge: I am not being interviewed.
Podge: Yes you are. I’m doing it right now.
Hodge: Stop interviewing me! I’m interviewing you!
Podge: No you’re not!
Hodge: Yes I am!
Anonymous Bystander: Oooooh, a catfight!
Hodge: Shut up!
Podge: Don’t use that word!
Anonymous Bystander: Is it . . . your pet peeve? HAHAHAHA!!!!
Podge: You make me–
Anonymous Bystander: Make you want to claw your eyes out? Hahaha!
Hodge: Now why would I ever do that? I only want to claw your eyes out!
Podge: No, I get to claw his eyes out!
Hodge: But I claimed it first!
Podge: Well I came up with the idea first!
Hodge: No you didn’t; I did.
Podge: Uh uh.
Hodge: Uh huh.
Podge: Nuh uh.
Hodge: I am not lying!
Podge: Yes you are.
Hodge: No, you are.
Podge: No I’m not. You are.
Hodge: You’re the one who’s lying.
Podge: I did not lie!
Hodge: Yes you did.
Podge: No I didn’t.
Hodge and Podge continued arguing for seven more hours, much to the amusement of the Anonymous Bystander.
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!