This is my little princess, Scully (yes, he is a male princess!). Iv’e known him as my most faithful companion since I was just a youth in frilly skirts and sweater vests in the first grade ( I am a high school freshman now). I was surprised, as my dad told me he had a present for me when we were to get home. I came into the door and there, right before my dazed eyes was a minature orange kitten, apprehensive behind the coach. Even then, Scully was a scaredy-cat (pun intended)! When my parents had gone to get him from the pet store, they said good luck, for he cried for attention every second of every day. They were spot on! Today, he remains the princess of the house, begging and in most cases plotting to get attention. When I am doing my homework, he’ll strut over and just sit on my text book so he is the only object of my affection and devoted attention.
You may wonder why his name is Scully. Well, the big blue guy in “Monster’s Inc.”, yah we thought his name was “Scully”, not “Sully”! After about five years, it finally came to our attention that this was not in fact the name of this monster. However, we were so used to it, that he remained our little Scully!
He also seems to show a great interest in fashion, for besides sitting on my clothes as if they were an ornate thrown, he will sit by the laptop as I update my blog and my chictopia. He refuses to wear any clothing of his own though, and what Scully wants, Scully gets! That leads me to the outfit. I wanted something warn and cozy, yet fun, just like my little baby. I love my floral dress and its got a poof! It’s so girly, so I added an oversized sweater to add a bit of masculininty to tone down the femininity. I got the necklace at an elderly ladies garage sale! She must have been a chic woman, for all of her jewelery was undeniably classy!
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P.S….the name of the title of my entry is because Scully is an indoor cat, so he got his first trip of allowed exploration!