Sundae Says…It’s A Mystery To Me

Happy Thursday, efurryone. Sundae here with a matter that really has me baffled:

All those unfortunate folks…


who don’t have kitties in the household?


How in the world..


do they ever……


change the bed linens…

sundae whew

without feline assistance? Hmmmm?


20 responses to “Sundae Says…It’s A Mystery To Me

  1. I agree Sundae….humans need our help for MANY things including changing bed linens! My Mom certainly appreciates me lending a paw for that activity. You look like you’re enjoying it too!

    Love, Sammy

  2. #3 is so funny. Yes, how do they ever do it without a little help? Very cute “story.”

  3. Well Sundae I am one of those unfortunate folks and I can tell you, it ain’t easy without kitty assistance and it is not as much fun either! Your Mom is so lucky to have your enthusiastic and expert help.. 🙂 You know what they say Sundae, A house is not a home without a cat!

  4. We don’t have any kitties in our household, Sundae, only because we have doggy doors and our peeps are afraid they would get hurt or lost if they could go outside anytime they want. We are restricted by a fence but kitties aren’t – so we play with our neighbors’ kitties who come to visit us. Lucy, the Jack Russell-Basset mix, always helps our peep with making the beds. Lots of love from Mattie the foxhound, Simone the collie, and Eddie & Lucy the JRs.

  5. I could use a little help with all the company lately. And AJ is coming for a visit!

  6. Oh yes! My mistress needs lots of help with the bed linens!

  7. So cute! And I love your quilt. I don’t have a kitty, but my dog, Rozie, watches over the bed changing operation. She seems to be judging the end results but is too old and creaky to jump up there.:)

  8. I often ask myself the same thing.

  9. You’re lucky to have help! When I have to change the bedding everybody who was on the bed runs away!

  10. i wish i could have a kitty in my house. 🙂

  11. So true…. just like newspapers, magazines, or a laptop computer; they’re going to be in the middle of it all!

  12. Or Dogs! Not only does Kozmo liked to get bounced in the sheets, but so does my hairy slobbery sister Cinnamon!

  13. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    It has been very hard all these years, Sundae, and no fun at all! Your Motor Mom is lucky to have your help. 🙂

  14. Any one looking for a kittie to help with the nice clean sheets..Alfie has offered, he will travel anywhere in the world, postage free.. That gives me the bed to my whole self..Bawahhaaaaa xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

  15. Sundae, I see you’ve been studying the cationary and learning new vocatulary words.

  16. If hubbs wasn’t so deathly allergic we’d have a Sundae-girl, too and I would have all kinds of help changing the bed linens!! MJ

  17. That’s a very good and fundamental question. And if you ever find the answer, please let us know!!
    I really like your fur Sundae, it is so beautiful and original!
    Thanks for coming to my pawty and for your wishes =^.^=

  18. I’m with you, I have no idea how those without cats manage to do these fundamental tasks like laundry and bed linens! I’m glad I don’t have to.

  19. Hah! My outdoor cats love it when I hang clothes on the line. I even have those old stickts that keep the line from sagging and they try to jump up those. I don’t mind a few tears in my clothes–the entertainment is worth it (well, most of the time).
    It is nice to have Sundae help make the bed–now if he could wash dishes.

  20. You’re so right, Sundae! I couldn’t do anything without my cats’ help, just ask them sometime!

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