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My Disciples,

This morning, I walked into the living room and I saw this:

Henry in rooster box

This is what was happening in the living room.

Brother Henry looked at Me. I looked at him. I felt like I should say something witty, but there were so many things running through My head all at once that My brain kind of overloaded. In the end, I just blinked a couple times, turned around and went back downstairs to bed. Thinking back, perhaps My stunned silence spoke louder than words.

So Sayeth Otis

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  1. Sometimes dear boy there are no words LOL!!!

  2. a little truth in advertising??? snicker

  3. 2 cats

    You simply cannot call Brother Henry chicken!!

    • No, he’s put his life on the line for Me so many times now that I definitely wouldn’t call him chicken. But if Brother Henry actually were a chicken, he’d definitely be a 47 pound rooster! πŸ™‚

  4. ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀

  5. Rex means king. Goliath indicates the idea of larger than life. So he is sitting in a box that says The Big King. Maybe he thought it was a throne. After all, boxes are such lovely places to sit. The chicken is just a tasty decoration.

  6. Hee hee! Love it! I think saying nothing was probably for the best.. but wow, I bet there’s a zillion LOL’s that could be made from that!

  7. Sometimes a dignified retreat speaks enough.
    Brother Henry was just finishing up a check to make sure all was safe and secure…you’ve heard about that Trojan horse incident?

  8. spittythekitty

    If a 47-pound rooster really came in that box, I think you’re going to need more than the Brothers to defend you. You might have to enlist a Human, make sure it’s the not-clumsy one.

  9. Are you sure you weren’t dreaming that, Leader Otis??

  10. “Thanksgiving: there are
    No words. A dead bird bigger
    Than I am, and cooked!”
    Cat Haiku

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