My dad’s birthday is October 8th and mine is October 10th and we both love animals so the family went on a field trip to the Akron Zoo today. My nieces/brother/sister in law got me possibly the world’s most perfect gift – Grumpy Cat wearing a shirt that says “It’s not me, it’s you”. I LOVE HIM.
I carried Grumpy Cat all over the zoo and at one point a 3 year old-ish kid was looking at him and I made him talk to her and said “Hi I’m Grumpy Cat” and her dad literally said the words “hee hee hee” and took her hand and pulled her away. Possibly because at that point I was alone, my family had gone elsewhere, looking at a lion and bouncing Grumpy Cat at the lion. I guess what appears to be an adult woman playing with a stuffed animal and expecting an actual lion to respond is probably concerning for other adults.
The lion liked me, I think.
I also saw a Capybara who I really liked and I am pretty sure is just like a giant ham ham and I do love the ham hams very much and I think my niece is getting one for her birthday and I want to buy the cage for him so it can be extravagant and big. Basically a hamster mansion is what I’m going for.
Grumpy Cat was forced to pose and he did not like it. And yes, I know Grumpy Cat is really a she.
I fed goats and that was fun because I also got to pet them, but I could not pet this doggy.
My dad saw one of those doggies two houses down on his walk one day. The neighbor said “Did you see the coyote”? and my dad said “Where?” and she pointed behind him and the doggy was just walking down a driveway like it was nothing. I saw a dead one on the highway once and it was very sad. Actually, I saw him many times because it took a long time for whoever has to pick up dead animal bodies off the highway to get to him.
Oh, and on the way to the zoo, we had many adventures. I drove my parents, and I had no idea where I was going so they were supposed to tell me but they forgot to tell me to turn and caused me to make a very sharp and sudden turn which caused me to panic. Then we were stopped at a light at a busy intersection and a squirrel walked under the car in front of us and I started yelling and gesturing wildly for the squirrel to get out of the street and it was extremely tense and my mom said “Darcy! You’ve got your clompotin in you, just let it happen!” Clompotin = Klonopin, which I had just taken because family field trips always make me nervous.
I still have not had my first coffee date (see this post for details), but I might have one tonight if someone responds on Facebook. I put up a post and said that I am available tonight. If no one can, I might take a nap.
Grumpy Cat photobombs Mr. Meow Meow.