Thursday, April 28, 2011

in tune with the wild

last night we went and saw african cats with our friends emily and dave. it was a fun night, and a decent movie [review coming soon to we review]. i liked seeing all the animals, especially the baby animals!

of course, theres always that time when the momma has to teach her cubs to grow up, and then let them be on their way (well, for most animals. lions are different and all stay together and stuff). josh and i learned a valuable lesson in this movie...

when we got home and little jay-z was all excited to see us, and was hungry, we promptly told him: "kitty, it's time for you to start hunting for your own food." and then ditched him.


...juuuuuust kidding! how could we ditch this cute little monster? however, we did tell him he needs to be more like a lion and show us more love and affection. like lots of nuzzling and more cuddling. i dont think he really picked up on it though...

so rude... maybe we should make him cross a river full of crocodiles so he can appreciate us more? haha. have you guys seen this movie yet? or any of the earth day movies?

7 comments:

Emily said...

hahahaha hilarious. you probably should make him cross a river full of crocodiles. it seems like the only reasonable solution. annnnnd, i want chick-fil-a NOW.

Rose said...

i saw the movie! i thought the cheetah story line was better than the lion one though...and i would have liked to see more elephants in the movie regardless of the name of african cats:)

Krysten @ After 'I Do' said...

Lol we always joke about our pets having to go take care of themselves. I don't think they'd last a day!

cupcake cutie said...

i gotta check back for your review because i do kinda wanna see that movie! :)

this free bird said...

your cat is hilarious hanging out of it's bed! i'm really wanting to see african cats and love the pic you shared here...plz say there's not violence. eeps

Diana said...

I want to see African Cats! I think it's such a nice change to see a nature-type movie in the cinema, rather than at home. Is anything about it sad though? Looking forward to the review!

kelli g. { bug miscellany } said...

aaAAHAHAHHA dangle cat!!!!!

so tell me - there weren't any horrificly sad bits in this movie, were there? we want to see it, but after being warned about "(death) march of the penguins"...well. we're wary.

review please! :)