Saturday, September 26, 2015

Caturday Art Goes Psycho

Meows from Mudpie!

I'm a bit perturbed with Mommy this week. Do you wanna know what she did after work on Wednesday? She went to the theater to see a special event screening of one of her all-time favorite movies, Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho.

Never mind that we have the DVD here at home, as well as a digital copy that she can watch on any device. You know, so we could watch it curled up *together* on the couch.

But no, she needed to see it on the "big screen" with a room full of strangers while I sat home alone. Just look at me...which would you choose???

Then after she got home she started thinking about how much I love to play in the bathtub (usually just as she's about to use it.) She started chuckling about how we could re-create Psycho's famous shower scene for our Caturday Art project this week using a picture she took of me in the tub.

I think the idea is kind of creepy myself, but she had fun with it. I can guarantee there were no crazy people with knives in the bathroom with us, but do you notice that I appear to be freaked out by something I'm looking at?

I think Mommy may have been nakey at the time. (Tee hee...)


Check out more artsy kitties at Athena's Caturday Art blog hop.

22 comments:

  1. Your mom is too funny! Our mom doesn't like scary movies.

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  2. Heh-heh! Great pic.
    We think an evening with you would be much more enjoyable!

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  3. Brilliant! You still look very cute though and not scary at all :)

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

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  4. LOL! Your mommy has a wicked sense of humor. You look cute on your poster. :-)

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  5. Mommy has been looking forward to this since she read your Mommy's little hint! You are the best kitty movie poster ever.

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  6. Oh, Mudpie, you are funny! Your mommy is creative! This is so fun! This is the best movie poster ever!

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  7. moms are funny my mom watched a new scary movie and jumped out of seat. love the photo so cute

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  8. You look paw-sitively scared, Mudpie!! and we love your new Halloween banner!!!

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  9. HAHAHA! You do look scarified at something, Mudpie! Was mommy really, ya know, nekkid? mol

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  10. Mudpie that was very creative and inventive!!
    Great photo of you.

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  11. Nice poster, Mommy and Mudpie! Our Mommy likes scary movies. Our Daddy ... not so much! :)

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  12. Super cute and creative. You do look like you've just seen a naked lady, Mudpie, MOL. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  13. OMC Yous mommy abandoned you fur da movie theatre? Dat's not wight, just not wight at all. MOL Weez not weally like scary movies, so weez not furmiliar wiff da scene, but yous do look a bit...Havve a gweat weekend.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  14. We must agree that your mom should have stayed home with you!
    You do look scared in that tub, but humans do look scary without fur ;)
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure and JJ

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  15. At least she didn't add ketchup for blood :) This is very tasteful.

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  16. Hmmm... you certainly got us with that title. Sorry, but it's time you learned the brutal truth, Mudpie - humans are just plain weird. There. We said it. Wait till she starts photoshopping all kinds of stupid stuff on you... wait... let me guess... she's already done that... Purrs from Deb and the Zee/Zoey gang

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  17. Isn’t there supposed to be, like, blood in the tub too? Dunno cos we never saw the movie.

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  18. We're just glad that this isn't really like the movie. That was scary!

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  19. Were you playing hockey in the tub? Nellie, Kozmo and Jo Jo all loved to chase their cat balls in the tub!

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  20. Behind the shower curtain lurked a bundle of cuteness with eighteen wicked blades...not sure how bad that is, though; yesterday Elmo panicked and climbed up me, and though I had a row of bleeding wounds to wash with alcohol, most of them have already healed.

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