Category Archives: Car-E

Tomato thief

A few small pear tomatoes were on the counter, freshly washed.

Car-E found them and flipped one onto the floor.

There the tomato turned into a a cat toy.

After Car-E sunk his claws into the tomato he lost interest.

Until next time, that’s it from Sunnybook Farm.

Copyright © 2021 Susan Manzke, all rights reserved

Wild cat play time

Car-E attacked me multiple times as I walked through the house. This is his way of getting my attention.

Sometimes he wants me to bring out the lazer pointer for fun cat time. Today he was just wild.

If my day gets too quiet, which it sometimes does, I can count on Car-E and Cruella to shake things up.

Until next time, that’s it from Sunnybook Farm.

Copyright © 2021 Susan Manzke, all rights reserved

Less than a minute with Car-E

A quiet day on the farm so I brought Car-E to join me for my vlog.

One second, he’s purring. The next, Car-E is nibbling on my hand.

Just holding onto my cat can be a chore. He’s a big handful.

Now he’s happily eating his evening meal. Maybe tomorrow he’ll be showing off for the camera again.

Until next time, that’s it from Sunnybook Farm.

Copyright © 2021 Susan Manzke, all rights reserved

What Car-E wants

The kids gave me a birthday gift that I wasn’t supposed to open until my B-Day.

From the start, Car-E wanted the ribbon on top of the box, so I hid the gift away in the office.

After my new set of knives was unwrapped, Car-E found the ribbon again.

I’m not saving the ribbon to use it on another package. To keep Car-E safe. I threw it in the garbage.

Car-E continues to look for that fancy packaging ribbon, but he will never find it now.

Until next time, that’s it from Sunnybook Farm.

Copyright © 2021 Susan Manzke, all rights reserved

Mom, do you need that? asked the cat.

I was right there, actually using the radio remote. At that moment it was set to mute.

Car-E saw no need for the gadget to be on the table. Off it went.

Nothing stays forever in its place if Car-E is around.

I just found a cherry on the floor. Maybe I had knocked it out of the refrigerator. Or maybe Car-E had plucked it from the scrap food bucket that was heading to the chickens.

It had to be Car-E. He was after the cherry again when I replaced it in the bucket. I guess it had a good wobble role on the floor and Car-E thought it a fun toy.

Oh, that darn cat.

Until next time, that’s it from Sunnybook Farm.

Copyright © 2021 Susan Manzke, all rights reserved