Jelly Bean tries out the MGM House Panther look after his brother Giuseppe did a few months ago. He thinks the famous movie studio should update its image. Lions are endangered and should not be used for silly things like movie logos.
“House panthers rule, don’t you think?”
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A visitor in the studio!
Emeraude really has been feeling feisty lately. Usually she doesn’t leave the bathroom, but last night as I was working and the Five were sleeping in a massive heap behind the door, I saw from the corner of my eye another black kitty on the landing. It turns out a small box was irresistible to her and she stepped into it, turned around a few times and sat down to wash her face.
That wasn’t enough, though, as she came strolling in to visit and checked behind the door to see Mimi and the rest of them. She took a little tour around the room smelling everything at nose height, then went back to her fluffy bed in the toasty bathroom. I was so glad to see her up and about for just a little bit!
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Mewsette has some fun with a little extemporaneous shadow performance.
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