Zorionak Eta Urte Berri On

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THAT’S EUSKARA, THE Basque language, for Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. I tried to teach the cats how to say it so I could create a personal video for you, but they refused to cooperate. Dudo wouldn’t even wear the reindeer antlers I got him. At least Moose modeled the Santa hat. Although, admittedly, that was only in Photoshop.

An acquaintance from Basque Country tries to teach me a new word or phrase in Euskara whenever he sees me. I never retain any of them for more than a minute. The only reason I remember this one is because he wrote it on a napkin. Anyway, here are all the cat photos to finish off the year. So, Zorionak Eta Urte Berri On. Feliz Navidad. God Jul. Merry Christmas. Happy Kwanzaa. Happy Chanukah. Happy Holidays. Happy Solstice. And, if none of this means a thing to you: Have a nice day.

Click the images to see the cats grow.


ESE ES EUSKARA, el idioma vasco, para Feliz Navidad y Feliz Año Nuevo. Traté de enseñarles a los gatos cómo decirlo para poder crear un video personal para vosotros, pero se negaron a cooperar. Dudo ni siquiera usaría las astas de reno que le conseguí. Al menos, Moose modeló el sombrero de Papá Noel. Pero, es cierto, eso fue solo en Photoshop.

Un conocido de País Vasco intenta enseñarme una nueva palabra o frase en euskara cada vez que me ve. Nunca retengo ninguno de ellos por más de un minuto. La única razón por la que recuerdo esto es porque lo escribió en una servilleta. De todos modos, aquí están todas las fotos de gatos para terminar el año. Entonces, Zorionak Eta Urte Berri On. Feliz Navidad. God Jul. Merry Christmas. Happy Kwanzaa. Happy Chanukah. Happy Holidays. Seasons Greetings. Feliz Solsticio. Y, si nada de esto significa algo para ti: Que tengas un buen día.

Haz clic en las imágenes para ver crecer a los gatos.


Author: Moving with Mitchell

From Brooklyn, New York; to North Massapequa; back to Brooklyn; Brockport, New York; back to Brooklyn... To Boston, Massachusetts, where I met Jerry... To Marina del Rey, California; Washington, DC; New Haven and Guilford, Connecticut; San Diego, San Francisco, Palm Springs, and Santa Barbara, California; Las Vegas, Nevada; Irvine, California; Sevilla, Spain. And Fuengirola, Málaga..

26 thoughts on “Zorionak Eta Urte Berri On”

    1. Frank,
      I don’t know what I was thinking. I used to always include Italian! Buon Natale to you both!

  1. Joyeux Noel et Bonne Annee 2020! since we are doing languages this morning…

    for moose and dudo: meow meow and purrrrrrrrrrrrrr

    I love looking at kitty pix!

    1. Mistress Maddie,
      More like Yowltide! Moose got lost momentarily the other night (on the stairs)! Story to come. Hope you’ve been having a joy filled time.

    1. Bob,
      Escaped cat story to come! Just one flight of stairs away but you’d think the world had come to an end.

    1. Judy,
      Done before Moose snuck downstairs and couldn’t find his way back up. Panic attack! NOT cute.

  2. Showed your pictures of Moose to my two and they were puzzled as to why you did not have pictures of Dachshunds. According to Nicky, dachshund selfies are far more likely to get you lots of attention to your blog. I do not argue with Nicky.

  3. I can NEVER get enough photos of Dudo and Moose! They are so wonderful. How I love that first photo of Moose with his photoshopped Santa hat!

    1. Debra:
      I am so grateful to you for enjoying the cats. They sure do bring us joy. It’s fascinating how their personalities have evolved over the years. They’ve been with us for 7-1/2 years!

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