Wednesday, December 12, 2007
If you look close, you can see I am sticking my tongue out at Squirt. She is such a pest. This is MY chair, but she doesn't seem to understand the concept of "I was here first." I hope Momma doesn't see what I am doing in this picher; please don't tell her.
Posted by One Of The Girls at 7:07 AM
The Meezers posted at 7:43 AM
Nope I won't tell her. But when Miles does something like that to me, I bite his butt. - Sammy
Hi to our bestest furriends!!
Cheysuli and gemini posted at 8:09 AM
Cheysuli would just nip at my furs and pull them out. I think you are being very nice.
Of course I am not a pest.
Beezer posted at 9:23 AM
I think my sweet Precious just wants to snuggle. She is such a snuggle bug! and it is cold out side.
Purrs for my sweetie
Scooby, Shaggy & Scout posted at 9:57 AM
The young-uns can be such pests!
DEBRA posted at 10:23 AM
I just take over -- if one of the other cats comes near Momma I just run them off.
The Crew posted at 12:51 PM
Isn't it against the law for a young cat to take a seat that belongs to an older cat? Well it SHOULD be!
William posted at 1:10 PM
I think you're perfectly justified in sticking your tongue out at her, Patches. Little brothers and sisters need to understand the pecking order...er, I mean *purring* order of things.
Caesar and Princess posted at 4:36 PM
Dear Patches, This is okay to stick your tongue out. You could have taken other more drastic measures, but you are a lady.
Zippy, Sadie and Speedy posted at 6:44 PM
We din't think dat sticking out yoor tung was bad. We do it to each other all da time, it's better den biting or whaping. Dat kinda stuff makes mom say loud words at us.
Daisy posted at 5:57 AM
Sticking your tongue out is the ladylike way to show you are annoyed. It is much nicer than growling or biting.
Kelly Cat posted at 7:34 PM
Now, Patches, there is room for two cats on that chair. If a human tried to sit there, I would stick my tongue out at them, but not at another kitty. Especially one as precious as Miss Precious Flower.
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