The Big Piney Woods Cats

Monday, November 03, 2008

Investing In Tough Times

As many if you know, I am a Feline Finance Counselor. I have a lot of great opportunities such as the following:

1. Invest in my nip farm. ( I haven't started it yet, but maybe next spring.)
2. Invest in my bottled water business. I use nothing but recycled, old, mostly non smelly, milk cartons, using Big Piney Woods cool clear water. I am still collecting milk cartons before I get the business started.
3. Invest in a high yield CD (Cat Deposit.) These are fresh deposits from the three litter boxes we have, scooped twice daily. FDIC insured (Fecal Dropping Insurance for Cats. )

My office hours are 9 to 5, Monday through Friday, unless I am napping.

Posted by One Of The Girls at 6:22 AM


  • Blogger Cheysuli and gemini posted at 8:21 AM  
    You know if I manage to pull out the election, the nip will go up. I do have the nipothal vehicle plan... you are quite wise...
  • Blogger Shaggy, Scooby and Scout posted at 8:47 AM  
    Patches those are wise words for troubled times. We would also like to advise floofy cats to save their sheddings & brushings as a hedge against higher energy & heating costs.
  • Blogger Kelly Cat posted at 10:09 AM  
    Patches, we may ask for your help soon. I will tell my humans what you're offering. Good luck, and remember to buy low and sell high!
  • Blogger Daisy posted at 10:56 AM  
    I think I will need to hire you as my financial advisor. Mr. Shrill has led me seriously astray.
  • Blogger Derby posted at 6:04 PM  
    You will probably do just as well as the crazy wall street people!
  • Blogger Karen Jo posted at 1:34 AM  
    I think you have some very sound financial ideas, Patches. Saving your brushed out fur to make blankets would also make good sense.
  • Blogger The Crew posted at 10:43 AM  
    'Nip farm, you say? I may be interested in that. Everything I have here is old & stale.

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