Monday, May 24, 2010

This is what I'm talkin' about

Look at this cat! Does he look like someone's sweet little pussycat? You betcha he doesn't.
Reminds me of Basil Fawlty, "cuddle that and you'll never play the guitar again."

There it goes, disappearing into the drains, back into the underworld. I mean he's in the drains, the sewer. Yuck! Some of those pipes even go under my house. He could be crawling under my floor. Those pipes could be connected to our........where are these thoughts coming from. Double yuck......I'm feeling a bit queasy.....maybe I should lay down.


  1. Hi Scottie Girls,
    We are very sorry for coming after so so long.But we made up by reading ALL your unread posts.
    we are very glad u liked the award. We ourselves have never tried our paw at poems.essays? HMMM..wonder if anyone would like reading them.
    It was grrrt reading about your scottie selves. Kendra sounds like the Alpha gurad dawg, we must say.
    we too love going after flies, for that matter anything that moves!
    That trip pictures are so refreshing.we love the picture with the bridge.thank Dog it is not the rainbow Bridge.
    be careful of the snakes though. there are some around here, but we haven't yet come nose to nose with one.mummy says hopefully NEVER.
    That cat looks pretty clean for a drain-pipe cat!
    wags, Bud n Gin

  2. Hi, we are back to say sorry because we missed wishing Kendra on her Barkday.
    Happy Belated Barkday, Kendra. we love you and wish for u plenty of meaty bones all the year through.
    Also we wish you can keep all whom you don't like successfully away from your perimeter so that you don't have to be confined to the bedroom ever again!
    Wags, Buddy n Ginger

  3. What a horrible place to have to live! We're surprised that he doesn't look dirtier than he does!

    Love ya lots,
    Maggie and Mitch

  4. Daisy!! Calm down, it's only storm water (there isn't any.... pooh down there)! I knew a cat that used to use the storm water system specifically for tormenting dogs. He would pop up out of one, get all the dogs interested and chasing him, them drop down another. A few secs later he'd pop out of a third. When he got bored and had enough, he'd nip round the back of his owners house, in through the cat door, then sit in the front window and watch all the dogs look for him in the drains. I know I shouldn't say this, as a scottie owner my self, but cats can be a bit smart some times. :S

  5. Dangerous life for this little kitty, wow....

  6. Lilly got to see her first kitty face to face this weekend - she was very interested, to say the least.

    Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh and Ruairi

  7. Wooos Daisy! I hope the kitty does not scare woo much, we live with one, they are not that bad,just watch out fur the claws!
    ~husky kisses~
    -Kira The BeaWootiful

  8. I don't beleive it! (As Basil Fawlty would say) or is that Victor Meldrew? Any way, point is, you have found Margaret the CAT! That is her! She must have tunneled all the way through to Aussie! I knew I was good at scaring cats, but THAT good?!?!?!

    You are right about a lie down, it is lying down heat alright!

    Loves and Snugs

  9. Hmmmm, this confirms our suspicions that most cats are NOT to be trusted! We say MOST cats though, as our super-cool blog pals, such as Bruce and Luna and Kartelje are pawsome! Schnauzer snuggles - JD and Max.

  10. miss daisy,
    it really is better to keep that stinky cat under ground, so don't get the queasies. focus on maintaining the security on your street!!!
    the booker man