Could you not just lay on the fabrics and press them flat?We hope the snows stay away!
Your dedication to your fabric inspector job is inspiring!Mom took me to the v-e-t yesterday to get "fixed". I didn't know I was broken. I'm sleeping a lot. Sophie and me are tired of the white stuff too. purrs and head buts, Ohio Milly
It's good you are helping your mom sew. The oomans need all the help they can get.
Not more snow! You have more than enough!
I agree with the Paw Relations: thisis an opportunity for you to step up Millie and offer to press your mom's sewing for her. Perhaps she could even turn the temperature in your cat cup up a bit so you'd be really toasty when you jumped out of it to sit on her latest seams.MeganSydney, Australia
Millie,Those zzzzz's you're getting look to be the best idea yet!
thats right- all the oh no's in the world cannot make a comfy cat move !!
We have an extra iron. But I can't bring it to you because of all the snow ......
Too many, oh noes!
Ha ha ha, Millie! That's the proper response to Human woes.
We kinna admire tennis (an golf). Even the best players lose often enough.Sorry about the snow coming. We just barely missed it. Other places in the area got 10 INCHES!Hey Millie, can you lay on stuff warmly an be Mom's new iron?
Millie, You seem to be doing a good job pressing her fabric!
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