Our cat, Smokey, made famous


Can’t figure out how to embed this in WordPress (there’s gotta be a way).  You need to see it, especially if you are owned by a cat like our Smokey.  Fortunately, Smokey hasn’t found the baseball bat, but she plays mantle hockey with anything and everything.  Plus, she’s fond of shredding paper — books, magazines, bills to pay — knowing that such noise usually gets us out of bed.

It’s a production from an English group.  Big money, no doubt — could we ever hope to find such productions for classroom use?

3 Responses to Our cat, Smokey, made famous

  1. abarclay12 says:

    Too bad we can’t see Smokey in action. The cat sounds like a real character.

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  2. […] unknown wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptCan’t figure out how to embed this in WordPress (there’s gotta be a way). You need to see it, especially if you are owned by a cat like our Smokey. Fortunately, Smokey hasn’t found the baseball bat, but she plays mantle hockey with … […]

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  3. mpb says:

    Too bad you don’t have a link to the file itself instead of their player. I couldn’t begin to watch in Firefox because the player kept re-sizing the entire browser.

    I’m trying in a MSIE type browser, Maxthon. At least it is trying to load.

    And, that’s as far as that got. Sorry.

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