I knew something was up this morning when Mommy got the big suitcase from her closet. That's never a good sign. Then she told me that she had to leave in a few sleeps for a long time. Her job is taking her to a place called O Hi O. She'll be doing in-ter-um work for a hospital. Mommy says they really need her there and that she couldn't say no. Well WHAT ABOUT US?!? We need Mommy too! She said that Daddy does a good job of taking care of us and that we will be fine. I don't like this one little bit! She knows the special way to fix our food and she picks us up and rocks us and she gives extra treats and lets us out on the porch all of the time and she's really a good litter box cleaner and she knows all the special skritchy spots on me and she, well, she's my MOMMY! I don't know where O Hi O is, but they are stealing my Mommy and I don't want her to go! She has traveled lots and lots for her job, but mostly just for a few nights then she comes home from up in the air in a silver tube thingy and all is well with my world. But she says this time will be different. She'll be gone for 10 days at a time. I can't even count how high ten days must be! And how am I gonna blog? I have no thumbs and she's a much better speller than me!
Mommy says it's going to all be OK and that I have to trust her. She says she can still blog for me and Daddy will keep her up to date on my life. I guess I have to trust her, she hasn't ever told me a lie ('cept that time I went to the vet and got spayed, she said we were going to the park...yeah, park my tail!)
So that's my sad news. My brothers and sisters are quite upset as well. Poor little Powder will be the worst. She'll probably hide under the bed all of the time. That's what she does when she gets unhappy.
Do any of you cool kitties have Mommies or Daddies that travel? If so, what do you do while they are gone? Is it really gonna' be OK like Mommy says?
Mommy here - It's all good, Daddy has my back and Parker and the rest of the gang will be fine! This may last 2-3 months, but Daddy will send photos and give me lots of stories about Parker's daily doings!