Tuesday, May 12, 2009

It Meows #33



The Speak Mandarin Campaign is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year...Time flies and we have witnessed a lot of changes throughout these 30 years... such as the diet and eating habits of our furry friends here:





30 comments:

Liza said...

Lol, that's really cute.

Mine are here and here.

Happy WW.

Maria said...

Oh, did they also learn how to say I love you, mom? lol

Marie Reed said...

My cat only speaks French:)

katztales said...

Au and Target speak English. But they also know useful Malay words like "sayang" :-)

Gattina said...

Hahaha ! and I have in 3 languages meauwing cats ! Pookie and Kim in english. Rosie and Arthur in french and Lisa in dutch ! It's really true !

Sue said...

My cat speaks cat lol! Happy WW

Pam said...

That's cute. My cat only speaks english anf 'cat.'

jams o donnell said...

Aww that's cute. My cats also know (in English) "FOOD NOW!" "Don't you dare ignore me", "If you do not feed me now I will stick my clasws into you" and "Well I did warn you!"

Happy WW

floreta said...

ni hao. really cute. love the humor and mandarin! :D

Anya said...

Kareltje miauwwwwwwwws so hard ,
I don't now the language from my Cat, he was found on the street, or he is from Dutch, Germany or belgium, we don't now ??!!??

tigerfish said...

So the motivation is still FOOD...hahahha!

Joanne MV said...

Hehehe. This is funny pics :)

Happy WW!

Tiaras and Tantrums said...

too funny - I took Mandarin(private tutoring) for 6+months and I can barely remember anything

Life Ramblings said...

The most common cat language is obviously the meow, meow, meow. :)

Carver said...

I love it!

Lori said...

Too cute...Happy WW:)

Napaboaniya.Elaine Ling said...

Hahahhahah!!
I bet those cats know how to say 好吃 too!! :)

p/s: Those carved papayas, I saw while at a Thai restaurant.

Sreisaat said...

*lol*
My dog is of Dutch breed, born in Cambodia, and owned by a Filipino-English couple. Accck, she must be having language difficulties!


Sreisaat Adventures

Jes said...

aw thats so cute =)
re with my post yes they are reral doggies, a beggar doggies eheheh =) they were trained to hold the basket and namamalimos =) wawa nga eh pero cute nmn kaya kinuna ko ng pics

Jes said...

ei i thought youre pinay...what i am trying to say with my last comment is that they were like beggars in the streets with baskets for coins the people are giving them =)

Jama said...

I don't have a cat but my next door neighbour's dog responded to english, even though the family is Chinese.

Indrani said...

Excellent catabulary!!! :)

lisaschaos said...

Too funny! I think they should still say fish and such so that you know which can they want. :)

Mommy2Noah said...

lol omg that totally made my day!

SandyCarlson said...

Cats are Mandarin by nature! Seems only natural to speak it....

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EastCoastLife said...

My neighbour's cat should speak English but I don't understand it at all. :D

Hazel said...

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bluedreamer27 said...

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Ebie said...

Speak Mandarin? We just adopted an abused cat 2 weeks ago, and we are teaching her Tagalog.