Sunday, April 01, 2007

story of pasover

Pass over is monday an i thought i tell you the real story of pass over

Along time ago the visuiss deer were not nice to the cats they used them as slaves. a simple cat who was called mossses ( but was went by Mu shue) went to the lead vissuis dear and said "let my cats go" and the lead visuis dear laughed at Mu shue Mu shue warned that if he did not let his cats go free there will be plegs put on the visuis dear of the land He said that G-D will not be happy

so g-d put 10 plags on the cats and visuis deer of the land
Lice (vermin)
Wild Beasts(flies)
Blight (sticky goodness Disease)
Slaying of the First frist dreer

The cats all marked there door wiff lambs blood so there kittens were saved.

Finely the lead viusis deer said go free and the cats did not have time to make there cuchies and wait for them to rise so they had to eat flat chunchies

Mu shue lead them to the red sea and it was non passable he waved his staff and g-d parted the red sea

the had to live meany years in the desert before they could find a forever home.

It is called pass over becuse g-d pass over the cats house and saved there frist bron kittens. also we eat mazza becuse we did not have time for the chunchies to rise


Hot(M)BC said...

Oh that's the bestest tellin of the passover story we's efur hearded!
Sanjee, Boni, Mini, Pepi and Gree

Kaze, Latte, or Chase said...

THANK YOU!!! The Lap Lady has been trying to explain this to her Christian friends but they just keep saying its about the plagues and has nothing to do with Moses and the Red Sea and the unleavened bread. Humans....I hope you have a nice Sader!


Finnegan & Buddy said...

That's a good story, Mu Shue. Thank you for telling it so well!

Happy Passover
Finny & Buddy

Artsy Catsy said...

Mu Shue, you are a very spiritual and knowledgeable cat!


Karen Jo said...

That is a really good re-telling of the Passover story, Mu Shue. Happy Passover. I'm really sorry that you don't get to sleep with your Mom. You must miss it very much.

jeter harris said...

laffin an laffin!
mi mom wishez dat she wuz able to tell dat story on monday nite ... it woulden't uv taken so long!
happee passover--jh

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

That is a wonderful story and a beautiful telling of it. We're Christians, but we get this story. Of course it has to do with Moses, the Red Sea & the unleavened bread. It's in the Bible! Jeez.
Happy Passover to you and yours dear Mu shue.

The Cats Stephens said...

I don't think I like plagues! Do they take dry food away?

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