Thursday, April 26, 2007
Last night Momma said, "aha." Then she grabbed the salt shaker and opened the back door and said something about a slugfest. I looked out this morning, and all I saw was a pile of slime. I hope she isn't thinking of cooking these wormy things, they arent even fit for a cat to tackle, let alone eat. A greasy mess.
Posted by One Of The Girls at 9:23 PM
The Meezers posted at 8:59 AM
mommy puts out beer for the snails/slugs in our gardens. i doesn't know why, maybe she likes to get them drunk
Caesar and Princess posted at 11:56 AM
salt is very very effective.
You look so pretty today
Sanjee posted at 1:41 PM
Mommy does that too. So far she hadn't cooked dem tho (fank goodness!)
Pee Ess. Pepi and Gree saided they had lotsa fun visiting Precious and Mistrie. They sends their buddies lotsa purrs
caspersmom posted at 3:28 PM
That sounds gross, eating something with slime. Never saw Mom doing anything like that. We don't have anything like that around here so don't know what a slug looks like. Is that something good to bat around? Might be different than a lizard or a froggy. Patches this is a good picture of you.
Derby posted at 3:43 PM
I thought you guys were having a fight! Just slimey things at the door, don't let them in.
DK & The Fluffies posted at 4:16 PM
That is one of DKMs most favoritest things to do!
Beau Beau & Angie posted at 5:10 PM
Ewwwwweeeewwww! Dat's Gross! We hope we don't have any slime piles round here. We'll make mom put owt cups of beer and keep dem in the back instead.
Parker posted at 6:46 PM
eeeewwwwwwwwww! That is all.
Tara posted at 11:05 PM
Mom says we have slugs too, but I haven't seen any yet on my walks. I'd probably eat one. I saw an earthworm two night ago, and ate part of it.
Dragonheart posted at 9:35 AM
Slime? Yuck. Those wormy things don't sound very nice.
Forty Paws posted at 1:24 PM
ewwww. That's as gross as our post today.
Chairman Mao posted at 7:10 PM
Ewwwwww. Icky sluggy wormy slimy things don't sound good at all. I bet they aren't even good to eat.
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