Pinky the Cat’s First Blog Post

This is me looking debonair. I’m a boy cat. I don’t know why they named me Pinky.

Pinky the Cat here.

E*en though I’m a cat, I’m a big fan of Danny the Dog who blogs down in Florida on Andrew’s boat.  If a dog can blog, why not a cat, right? Cat’s Rule! (I said that just because Danny thinks that dog’s rule.)

I’d almost gi*en up on blogging, and then this morning, I got my chance. This is my first post, and I need to type fast. My human, Diana, usually hogs the laptop, and I miss out on telling the world about my ad*entures. She’s not ha*ing a good day, so this is my chance.

Where is she? What happened to her? Well, that’s an interesting story.

As you might imagine, I am her greatest inspiration and most conscientious writing partner. While her muse is out gala*anting in the forest, I’m here sitting on her keyboard and practically telling her what to write. I also keep her warm.

Another thing I do is keep her healthy. If it wasn’t for me, she’d sit in her recliner all day without a break. I ha*e numerous strategies, all tried and true and 100% effecti*e. For one, I bite her when I want her to feed me. She doesn’t like that at all, but she feeds me anyway because she adores me and doesn’t want me to star*e while she finishes “one more chapter.”

Here, I’m helping with editing

Also, e*ery hour or so, I go outside through the cat door, run around the house, and scratch on the window screen until my claws get stuck. I do this rain or shine so she can play the hero and rescue me. It’s good for her self-esteem.

Finally, I shred anything made out of wood. Diana and I li*e in a log cabin so there’s a lot of wood to shred. She puts me outside and then I run around and scratch on the screen. Keeping humans healthy is hard work.

But back to my story about where she is.

When I’m keeping her warm, she can’t resist patting me. Who could? I’m soft and I purr. I know how to play to the audience. Naturally, my handsome pink hair gets all o*er her laptop. She wipes it off, but, occasionally, so much pink hair gets under the keys that some of them stop working. She gets out the *acuum cleaner hose and *acuums her laptop keys. Sometimes, that isn’t enough, so she pops off the keys, picks out the hair, and snaps the keys back on. That usually does it.

You might wonder why she goes to all this trouble, but I am irresistible. Enough said.

Well, yesterday, a particular key wasn’t working, so she pried it off. She cleaned out my hair and popped the key back on. I don’t think she paid enough attention because she didn’t click it back on all the way. This morning, she used the *acuum cleaner. And you can guess what happened. Yup, the *acuum sucked up the key! You should ha*e heard her curse.

So, right now, she has the kitchen floor co*ered in plastic and she’s dissecting the *acuum cleaner bag looking for her little black key. She’s making a bigger mess than I e*er make. I think it’s almost time for a new laptop.

Thanks for reading my first blog post. Uh oh, here she comes. Where’s that publish button? There it is!

202 thoughts on “Pinky the Cat’s First Blog Post

  1. ramiltabora says:

    Great Article. Cute Cat.

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  2. Barbara says:

    Oh Pinky, clearly the house couldn’t run without you. You are a star cat and I can’t wait for your next post.

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    • Thanks, Barbara. I’m going to have to sneak on the laptop in the middle of the night if I want to post again. Diana lets me reply to comments, but that’s it! I think she’s jealous of all my fans. Have a wonderful creative day! Cats Rule! 😺


  3. -Eugenia says:

    Great post, Pinky. May many treats come your way.

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  4. Dear Pinky, ten out of ten and a gold star for such a stunning first post.

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  5. shahzodav says:

    Haha this was the best! I have four cats myself and I just know they’d be friends with you Pinky. Nike says hello 🙂

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    • Thanks for reading my first post!. I would like to meet your cats as long as I don’t have to share Diana’s lap. She finally found the V key in the vacuum cleaner bag, but did she ever make a mess. I finally got my chance to show off my awesome blogging skills. Now, I’ll be back to helping her write. She’s hopeless without me. 🐱

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  6. tpolen says:

    Don’t know how I missed this one, Diana – I’m a huge cat lover (or any animal, really) and usually my cat, Bond, also keeps me busy with ‘exercise’ while I’m trying to write. Pinky is very handsome!

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    • Thanks, Teri. Pinky the Cat here. Diana’s letting me reply to comments. I like the name Bond. He must be handsome like me. Is he pink? I try to exercise Diana, but she’s hard to pry out of her chair. I think every writer needs a cat. Tell Bond that Cats Rule! 😺

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  7. Cats rule. You are correct, sir. And are irresistible. Good thing humans have cats. ❤ What would we do without them? I shudder to think.

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  8. Diane Taylor says:

    Wonderfully creative post!
    If you don’t mind, I have a question – why are all the ‘v’s replaced by an asterisk?

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  9. Oh I love this 🙂 I’m a huge fan of anything cats 🙂 Seriously that photo is way to cute.

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    • Hi Millie. Pinky here. I know you like cats; I’ve seen your blog. 😺 Cats are great writers and I’m glad you have so much support. Diana has me formatting her books now, but lets me on the laptop to reply to my fans. Happy Writing. Cats Rule! 😺


  10. This made me smile SO big! What a lovely post Pinky, thank you for sharing this with us 🙂

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    • Thanks for reading my first fabulous post and I’m glad you’re smiling! Diana found her V just in time for me to reply to my many fans. She told me I have to give the laptop back to her, though, or she’s going to toss me outside and leave me hanging on the screen. No gratitude at all for bringing some class to her blog! I keep telling her Cats Rule! 😺

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  11. Nice to meet you, Pinky. I am not normally a fan of cats (I’m allergic and I have a long history of owning pet rodents), but you seem to have moxie.

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  12. This is a lovely post, Pinky, most entertaining. I wish you could come and meet my Smudge and Push-Push. They have a lot of fun together and have made friends with the grey cat from next door. Of course, they don’t bite me because I would frown on that but they do cough up fur balls onto the floor.

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    • I don’t do hair balls, but my old Siamese buddy, Smudge (yep, that was her name), she was the queen of hair balls. I’d like to come over, but Diana can barely function without me and we still have some work to do. Thanks for reading my first post. Say hi to Smudge and Push-Push for me. 🐱 🐱

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  13. Hi Pinky. You are rather a debonair ccat, although biting people to get fed is not very nice!… I am glad thast Diana found her ‘v’ and whislt she was looking, it was good of you to keep us entertained. I look forward to your next post! 🙂

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  14. Steph McCoy says:

    Hey, Pinky, great first post and let guess, it was the “v” right? E*ery now and again I come up with a cle*er comment. 😺

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  15. Tina Frisco says:

    Pinky, it looks as if you’re a great editor; unlike my cat, Phoebe, who chewed on the paper, making it unreadable. I’m sure Diana appreciates your help 🙂

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  16. Mary Smith says:

    Love the way you help with the editing. Quite a novel approach.

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  17. Steven Baird says:

    I think Pinky needs help with self-esteem. I suppose that makes you ‘the Brain’? 🙂

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  18. Rasma R says:

    My Sid was thrilled about this. He too has a blog and writes up the most amazing things on Animals are Wonderful He sends a sincere meow in greeting to Pinky and says well done welcome to the world of blogging.

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    • Thanks so much for reading my first post, Sid. It’s always great to meet other blogging geniuses. I don’t have my own blog yet. I have to help Diana with her writing or she’d be lost. Our humans would be floundering without us. Have a purrfect day and happy blogging. ❤


  19. Reblogged this on Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life and commented:
    Diana Peach has a diva to rival Zoe the Cat and Danny the Dog.. meet Pinky the Cat.. and pink she is.. but no blushing violet.. head over and read the mystery of The Missing Key…#recommended

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    • Thank for sharing my first post, Sally. I’ll try to write more, but Diana monopolizes the laptop. I have two dogs, but they don’t know how to blog, or I’d never get any computer time! Have a great weekend. Cats Rule! 😺


  20. reocochran says:

    What a little “Dickens” you are, Pinky! You get into trouble and probably get out of trouble easy peasy. All you have to do is play “cute” and look ” innocent!” 🙂 🙂 I think you can do whatever you want to! xo

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  21. I know where you got your name: More personality and good sense in one little pinkie than anyone could ever hope for.
    “so she can play the hero and rescue me. It’s good for her self-esteem.” No truer words ever said by a Realm’s Resident Cat.
    An approving salute and bright welcome from the RC of our Realm

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    • Being a cat is hard work. Herding cats? Try managing a household of humans. Diana has banned me from her laptop since my blogging time is cutting into hers. I need to get my own computer and hire staff. In the meantime, I’m still keeping her warm. Have a purrfect weekend. 😺

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