These two cats are not new to blogging. You probably already know them. We have tried for months to draw Emma into the conversation, as she’s half the blog Emma and Buster, but she appears to be shy. Buster, however, is not shy, so here is their interview.
Funny Farmer Felines: Please introduce yourself and your human.
Buster: Hello, my name is Buster (the Posey Cat), a handsome ginger kitty. I am about 7 years old. I live with my pawrents who adopted me when I was 5 months old as a companion to a kitty named Emma whom they adopted a mere 6 months earlier.
Funny Farmer Felines: If you have any furry siblings, please introduce them too.
Buster: I have a big sisfur named Emma; she’s 9 years old. She was adopted as a 2-year old kitty.
Funny Farmer Felines: How did you come to live together?
Buster: Emma was the first kitty that our human mama got in contact with. The catpapa on the other hand grew up with cats in his house. He thought Emma was getting too “spoiled” and the house needed another cat to keep Emma company. That was why they went back to the same shelter and found me.
Funny Farmer Felines: Tell us a little about the area where you live.
Buster: We live in a purely residential area in a 2-story house. The street we live on is fairly busy during the early mornings and late afternoons when humans go to and come back from work. We have a big front window that faces the street. Here my sisfur Emma parks her butt on the back of the couch and looks out at all the little doggies walking with their owners. She even sees those who don’t pick up after their doggies. Sometimes when she’s in the mood she lets me join her and we both have a good combination tv for doggies and birdies in the trees in the front of the house.
Funny Farmer Felines: Do you have any nicknames?
Buster: They call me Baby Boy or Big Boy. Our human grandma used to call Emma Emmy for the longest time. She didn’t like the name Emma. Emma is referred to as maharani, the queen and baby girl.
Funny Farmer Felines: What kind of mischief do you like to get into, either separately or together?
Buster: Emma is quiet and regal but she is full of mischief. She likes hiding inside closets or under the bed. When she first came to live here, she would hide and drive the humans crazy looking for her. If I get locked in the garage, which happens many times, I just meow out loud and they hear me and open the door. Also, when I get locked in a room and I hear my pawrents call my name, they easily find me because I have my paw out under the door. Mom thinks that is too funny.
Funny Farmer Felines: What made you open a blog?
Buster: We persuaded our mom to open up a blog after she’s been reading Mr. Puddy’s blog. Then she discovered the Katnip Lounge. The kind human there introduced us to the catbloggers who visited their site.
Funny Farmer Felines: Do you participate in any blogging events?
Buster: As much as we want to participate, both our humans are busy with jobs and church activities. Maybe someday.
Funny Farmer Felines: Do you belong to the Cat Scouts?
Buster: No, this does not apply to us. Mom says I don’t play well with others so maybe Cat Scouts might get me in trouble, hehehe.
Funny Farmer Felines: Are you on any social media you would like to share with readers?
Buster: Our mom is on Instagram (@airam94564) and I have a lot of pictures there but aside from our blog there’s no other platform where we call our home.
Funny Farmer Felines: What is your greatest love and your biggest fear?
Buster: Let’s get naps and foodables out of the list here, I love cuddles with catpapa, but the cuddles only last 15-20 minutes, never more than that! I fear being alone. Sometimes when I sleep upstairs in the late afternoon and wake up at night and the room is dark and no one seems to be around, I sing the achy song of my people. It sounds so painful, but the humans know it too well, and so they both yell…BUSTER, WE ARE DOWN HERE, COME DOWN SWEETHEART! I run down the steps as fast as I can and give them headbutts as soon as I see them.
Funny Farmer Felines: Does your human foster any furbabies, work or volunteer for a shelter?
Buster: Not yet. Mom keeps on saying she wants to volunteer for the shelter or at the Fix Your Ferals clinic.
Funny Farmer Felines: How would you describe yourself?
Buster: I am a major league caliber snoopervisor. I want to be included in everything that happens in the house. When the doorbell rings I run to see who is at the other side of the door. When a package is delivered, I have to sniff the box before and after opening. When mom is doing anything in the kitchen I want to be there to snoopervise.
I am also very territorial. I love my spots – under the table in the family room and under the bed in the master bedroom.
Funny Farmer Felines: If we were to ask your human, what she loves best about you, what do you think she would say?
Buster: They love that I don’t lie. If they see a throwup in the carpet, they would ask, “Buster did you do this?” If I did it, I keep quiet and put my head down. If I didn’t do it, I would talk back and boy can I talk back.
Funny Farmer Felines: You can drop by Emma and Buster‘s blog any time. They are always glad to make new friends.
If you are a cat and would like to share your story, whether or not you have a blog, please contact us for an interview, either here or at our Jan’s Funny Farm blog. We would be happy to interview you. And if there is a kitty(s) you would like to learn more about, have kitty(s) contact us.