Friday, October 19, 2007

Furry Kid Friday

Thank you for the compliments on the twins' pimped stroller. Tazo and EG had a lot of fun working on it. As for Mom? Not so much fun for her. hee hee Several kitties asked if they were going out trick or treating. They aren't. The stroller didn't stay pimped for more than 5 minutes. Mom finished it and Dad snapped some pictures real quick while Mom tried to hold off Tazo and EG. (I laid down in the hallway to watch the whole thing because I'm a good boy. hee hee) EG clawed squirmed his way out of her arms and decided to do some tweaking on the stroller. Apparently, he didn't like Mom's placement of the ginormous spider. He knocked it down and Tazo ran off with it. hee hee Then he started trying to eat the cobweb again and since Mom didn't feel like he should have foreign body surgery AGAIN (even though I think he's trying to get another scar to impress Dorydoo), she unpimped the stroller.

The twins have also managed to chew the whiskers off both of Mom's black cat Halloween statues (and beheaded one - but don't tell Mom), so she doesn't think we're decorating inside the house this year. And apparently, she doesn't think we're decorating outside this year, either. She's been going to get some mums, but well, she keeps getting distracted. Dad brought us each a pumpkin, though, and put them on the front porch. He said we had to share them with the squirrels if they wanted to snack on them. Which is ok. See that big window? My couch is right in front of that, so I have a front row seat for squirrel watching. So far, they haven't snacked on our pumpkins.


But I think that's because they're busy with very important walnut work on our patio. Look at the mess! I had no idea squirrels were this messy. Grrrr

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  1. Yeah squirrels ARE very messy. They do that on our deck and the Tall Man gets really annoyed with them.

    Kaze

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  2. We do not have squirrels but I been learning some things about them from reading blogs. I have come to the conclusion that squirrels are bad.

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  3. Yeah, I've got messy squirrels on the back patio, and if I ever get a chance to stay outside more than 2 seconds (hint, hint, mom), I might take care of that rodent problem...as it is, they tease and leave big messes everywhere! BTW, your ride was great lookin', and sorry you can't go out in it on the 31st.

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  4. Oh we know what you mean, we have 3 huge walnut trees here and the squirrels have had a messy field day here! Daddy says lots of bad words, but even he enjoys watching them!

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  5. Those squirrelsies is alla a problem. They leave their haycorn mess eferywhere!

    We hope you catch one!

    Skeeter and LC

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  6. Oah, squirrels .... they are really mess...

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  7. Pimping the stroller is such a great idea!

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  8. Squirrels -- we've got TONS of 'em around here and we like to watch 'em thru the window!

    Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

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  9. *wink, wink* Eeeeeeearl! Hi, handsome...! *big kittygirl grin*

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  10. Oh dear...no more cobwebs? I do wove them so!

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  11. Squirrels sound like lots of fun!

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  12. OK, I tink doze sqkirlz need a lesson in cat 101. Deze messez are abomy-noble, unless of course, we make dem ourselvz!

    -Dr Tweety

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  13. We got lots a squirrels around our place too. They always get into trouble.

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  14. we get lots of squirrels in london - they are quite tame - especially the ones in the big parks such as St. James and Green Park. if a bean holds a nut in their hand the squireels will run up their leg and come and get the nut - it is so cute xxx

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  15. You three are lucky to have your own pumpiekins in front of your very pretty looking house with one pumpkin holder for each of you.

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  16. Those are cute pumpkins! Yup, squirrels are messy.

    Well, your stroller was cool for the short amount of time that is was pimped!

    Luf, Us

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