Wednesday, December 3, 2008

An Autobiography



I don't really know how Mrs. Oz knew that her services would be needed for the CCSI IV show but I am certainly glad that she found her way onto our lot. I knew as soon as I saw her that she was just what we needed on the set as we have a young cast this year. She interviewed and was gladly granted the position of caring for the young kitties two years or younger that have parts in the show we are currently working on. Welcome aboard Mrs. Oz I don't know how we could have had such successful rehearsals without your help.

I now welcome all to meet Mrs. Oz. Please stop over to her place and welcome her too.

An Autobiography
Mrs. Oz

I needed to learn early to stand up against all kind of bullies who thought they could play me just because I didn't have upper canines! Boy were they wrong!

Educating the little ones in the schoolhouse on the studio lot.

Over time I developed a very successful strategy of dealing with all kinds of rambunctious cats and then found out that these strategies worked very well with kittens and "teenage" cats! I was repeatedly hired by various shelters to keep their kittens in line and received a honorary PhD in "Kitten Control" from the University of Indiana.

Coaching the class on set in sound stage #1.

After many years of working in the field I retired when I moved to The Cat Realm - didn't even have to employ any of my strategies with Tintin as he is the most polite kitten I ever met – but gladly agreed to help out at the set of CCSI IV with their many young actors in case those might get "out of paw".

Mrs. OZ, PhD, Kitten Control Specialist

12 comments:

Eric and Flynn said...

We can see Mrs. Oz will make a wonderful job of looking after the youngsters.

Alasandra said...

Mrs Oz, was very nice to us when we were in Ireland, she watched us while we went swimming. She is the greatest. The young kitties will have the bestest time with her. ~Scylla & Charybdis

Mrs Oz., if you would like to take a working vacation, I know two young girls that are in need of learning manners. Especially the bossy one whose name starts with an S. ~Socks

PS: Sassy, I am looking forward to seeing you. ~Socks

MoMo said...

Welcome aboard, Mrs Oz!!! You are just about the best thing that has happened in the present production.

Cheysuli and gemini said...

I think Mrs. Oz will be quite fantastic.

Daisy said...

Mrs. Oz, do you think you will have to send any of the young cats to the Notty Chair?

Alasandra said...

We tagged you for a meme. ~S,S & C

Cat Naps in Italy said...

Mrs. Oz sure does look perfect for the job! Sure do hope she can handle all them little ones!

Love,
Opus

Tesla and Hansel said...

fank yoo fur comin ta mai partay! waz great hafin yooo!

Asta said...

Thank you Mrs.Oz fow helping us out wif youw kitten contwoll expawteese..it makes a wondewful diffewence on the set when the kitties awe aall so well behaved
Thank you
smoochie kisses
ASTA

Skeeter, LC, and Ayla said...

I was very glad Mrs Oz was there. She helped me a lot.

Ayla

Rupert said...

Are Mrs. Oz and Mary Poppins from the same litter?

Paws 'n Claws,
Rupert

Babs (Beetle) said...

I like Mrs Oz. I like her teaching me :O)

I have put the poster up for everybody to see!

Purrs, Sukie x

 

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