Thursday, May 4, 2017

Theatrical Thursday

Well, it's been raining again. It is technically still Spring, so apparently that's to be expected. When it's rainy and soggy and not all that warm outside, we go back to hibernating inside. And do you know what one of our favorite things about hibernation is?

Movie night! That's right, this here human and furbabies love to curl up on the couch, snuggle, and have ourselves a movie night.

Well, most of us like to snuggle, at least. One particular furbaby tends to pass on the couch snuggle party, so as to claim the best seat in the house.


Thimble always gets a front row seat. And she likes the 3D experience, too, getting all paws on and becoming one with the action on the screen.


Yeah, like that.


In case you hadn't noticed yet, this here human is so adult that animated children's movies make frequent appearances at our house. Can anyone guess the animated movie we were watching this time around?


Anyone? Any guesses?

Now don't worry, we certainly didn't forget about Brian's Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!


Thimble is thankful for her front row seat at the theater. And all of us here are thankful for movie nights, snuggle time, and of course all of you!

Wishing everybuddy a happy day!



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Our Tip of the Day:
We've talked in the past about furbabies' fear of storms and how to help calm them, such as by closing windows and curtains to help block out sights and sounds, playing music or turning on the TV to further drown out the noise, or even simply distracting them with toys or treats. In some cases, though, it might not be the sights and sounds of the storm that are triggering your furbaby's response. It is possible that the electric charge produced in the atmosphere during a storm could be a root cause for their fear. In such a case, try running a dryer sheet over your furbaby during a stormy day petting session. This will help reduce the electric charge, and might thereby help reduce fear that is the result of this aspect of the storm. Of course, also don't forget that our furbabies feed off of our emotions and actions. For that reason, even during those springtime storms, always try to stay calm and collected for your furbaby's sake.

10 comments:

  1. We recognize the movie but the mom's brain is working slow this morning and can't come up with the name. Y'know, we're not allowed to get that close to the TV. How unfair!

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  2. Thimble is so cute. I think it is a Tim Burton movie, but not sure which one. Very cute drawing and as always. excellent tip. Phoebe used to be afraid of the sound of the rain, but she is pretty deaf now.

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  3. guyz....yur momz doodle iz total lee kewl.....N we due knot watch tee vee heer coz itz knot hooked up....tho if yur mom likes watchin her kidz animated itz all good; de food gurl heer likez reedin nancy drew; or re reedin nancy drew....we say due what makes ya happee; ree gardlezz oh age....mor peepulz shuld ~~~~~ ♥♥☺☺

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  4. Dang, I don't know what movie that is but we like movie nights too. Thimble, you got the best seat sweetie! Thanks for joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

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  5. We notice that there is often animated stuff on our TV with TBT planted in the chair watching. Well, so long as there is a lap.

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  6. Too cute! Thimble definitely looks like she's enjoying herself! I don't know the movie but I hope you tell us...it looks really cute from the pictures :)

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  7. Movie night sounds so fun, especially with kitties! Thimble is so cute the way she enjoys the movie. Is the movie Coraline?

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  8. Sitting in the front row, Thimble, the best seat of the house :D Love that asking face! Pawkisses for a Happy Furriday :) <3

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  9. Movie night sounds fun, it has been a long time since the humans around here have done one. But Scylla says when her and Charybdis were kittens they watched something where the humans turned into bats and she and Charybdis tried to catch them but that stupid glass got in the way. She also wants to know how they shrink things to get them inside our TV.

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