Video, as always, from Mugumogu.
‘Twas the night before Christmas
and all through the flat
Not a creature was stirring
Not even a cat
The stockings were strewn on the floor in disarray
Because Maru the kitteh…wanted them that way.
Merry Christmas to Maru and Mugumogu. Apologies to Clement Clarke Moore.
Maru’s ‘aving a drink Down Under, um …er, in a manner of speaking.
Kenya say milk?
Maru is more than just a flash in Japan, Mugumogu
I always say, to keep your home super clean, feed your cat on a paper plate. Then you can just throw it in the trash!
The secret to inner peace is finding the upside to the downside. I will show you.
I found true happiness not in wealth and fame. I found it right here, on my “Yay!” paw pads. See?!
How did Maru type all that?! Images from the book, I Am Maru, by Mugumogu.
Looks at Maru, looks at box, looks back at Maru. [Thinks yeahriiightnoway!]
Oooh! Gasp! (swish swish) Ahhh! (squish) Applause!
Please add postage and mail to my house, Mugumogu!
We’ve shipped Panther, Tiger, Leopard, and Lion. And we’re proud of those achievements.
Oh…one more thing.
Introducing the Mac OSX Maru. It’s most ambitious OS ever. More features. Fewer hairballs. Just incredible. [hands clasped]
This completely hypothetical OS and encore presentayshe is from Maru’s many fans on The McFacebookersons, natch.
Step One: Look really cute and get your coat brushed thoroughly. Remember to save the accumulated hair!
Step Two: Press and mold hair together to form a pleasing hairstyle, like this one called “The Katherine Hepburn”.
Step Three: Have some fun; include beards. Here’s our fave, “Elvis with a Chin Curtain”.
Step Four: Be like Maru and store your catoupées in boxes.
Lest we think that our favorite boxaholic is all about boxes, Maru is also into bags. And sleeping. And eating grass. And surprise attacks. And yes… boxes.