The Big Piney Woods Cats

Friday, May 09, 2008

Friday Fright

Patches got really scairt the ofurr day. The story goes like this:

I am known as "The Grand Climber. I went to the top of the tree, and claimed it as mine. Patches has nefurr been to the top, and she wanted to show me she could do it, in fact, I think she wanted to stake a claim to it. But the funny part was, she didn't know how to get down. She circled and circled and tried and tried, finally Momma had to rescue her. You cud tell she was bare-assed. (See how my ear is inside out, that is done on purrpuss.)

That is Mistsrie's bed you see outside.

~Precious Flower~

Posted by One Of The Girls at 6:31 AM


  • Blogger Scooby, Shaggy & Scout posted at 7:22 AM  
    You are so cute when you turn your ear inside out! We feel kind of sorry Miss Patches stranded herself on the top level. But we bet she won't do that again and now it is all yours!
  • Blogger Cheysuli and gemini posted at 8:24 AM  
    Maybe she was just so proud that she finally got up there?! We had a kitten like that. She would get up high and stand there and mew and kneed her paws because she could get somewhere she didn't think she could!
  • Blogger Daisy posted at 9:50 AM  
    Thanks for the interesting report, Precious! Sometimes my ear gets inside-out too.

    Poor Patches, I can see why she might have had a moment of embarrassment when she could not get down!
  • Blogger Lux posted at 12:49 PM  
    Love that inside out ear - you're going to start a new fad, I'll bet!

    Well, as long as Patches was rescued ... ;-)
  • Blogger muffinmidi posted at 2:27 PM  
    Patches probably felt very silly
    that she got stranded on top of the cat tree.She won't do that again.
  • Blogger Edsel/The Pooch posted at 8:15 PM  
    oh, i feel bad for Patches. to be so brave, and then have it all turn around to be uncomfortable. at least she is safe.
  • Blogger Kimo & Sabi posted at 11:16 PM  
    Nice climbing job!

    P.S. - Happy mommakitty's day!
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