March 20, 2012

Tuxie Tuesday

Here I am again, facing the OTHER way on my favorite chair (so I can see the man cats coming to admire me and my feminine half of a mustache) enjoying a nap in the suns.  It comes in this east window very strongly in the morning.

I caught and dedded a mousie night before last as a treat for mommy since she was home with me finally!  I left it in the floor though since I didn't want to delight her as much as I did when I brought the last one into the bed a few weeks ago.  I was mad at her for leaving me for the weekend so I made her just get up to serve herself this time!  Humph!

Mom is going to talk to a pest control person and ask for recommendations to hire someone to come in and hunt down entry places as she can't find any.  This has to stop, she said.  If that happens, how are we going to eat I ask you?

44 comments:

  1. Maybe your mom needs to get more kitties to help you out mousie hunting!

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  2. Could they be coming in from the ceiling?

    Leave some space on the chair for me when I come over tonight, Katie. We'll lay there nose to nose...
    Love, Boomie

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  3. I don't understand... your mama already HAS pest control! You're doing an EXCELLENT job of getting all those mouses. I'm sitting here, shaking my head in dismay.

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  4. You look very comfy posed there on your favorite chair. xx

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  5. You sure look real comfy there Katie.
    Maybe Mom is afraid too many mousies with come at you at once and you won't be able to get them all so she's going to get you some help.

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  6. What a beautiful girl - and top-notch mouser - you are! Doesn't Mommy know that dedded mouse is the perfect meal?

    XOXO

    Nik & Rocky

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  7. Good girl Katie for deading that mouse. Wonder how they are getting in there. At least Katie, you are not letting them stay very long.You sure do look comfy on that red sofa. Hope all of you have a great great day.

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  8. Katie you are as limp as over cooked pasta. MOL
    Hugs Madi

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  9. That's great that your human got some real mousies for you! Nothing real here, :(

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  10. We're getting the sense that your mom just doesn't fully appreciate your rodent-hunting abilities, Katie!

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  11. You need to do a TV program...Mousing with Katie!

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  12. You are so adorable draped on the back of that red chair!

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  13. You are perfectly capable of dedding the mousies and it brings you so much pleasure! Why would your mommy call pest control?

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  14. What relaxed, sophisticated tarting!

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  15. Great job dedding that mousie. Don't worry about how you will eat, that is why our humans go earn the green papers!

    You look very comfy in that spot!

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  16. Isn't it strange how humans love to see wild lions but scream and run at the sight of a mouse??
    We think you could come to an arrangement with your Mom - haggle and get a good deal for dealing with the mice.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  17. Oh, what a mighty huntress you are, Katie!

    Possum the MagnifiCat

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  18. I don't get humans either, Katie! I think you are doing a fine job at "pest control" - and bringing home a good meal too!

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  19. We like Laila and Minchie's comment!

    Truffle and Brulee

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  20. You look so comfy on that red chair.. I think you are so clever to get the mouse... Hugs GJ xx

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  21. Wow, Katie, we're impressed! Who would have thought such a lovely, ladylike kittie as yourself could be such an efficient dedder of mousies!

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  22. Katie, did you ever consider that mousies might eat YOUR FUDS before you can catch them? Something to consider. That is a very cute photo of you making a monorail. Gracie only does half a monorail (picture on Flickr before too long), and Millie not at all.

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  23. katie, what a dilemma! Have to say that humans can be very unappreciative!

    Mom, mice can get in holes the size of a pencil width! I know this from experience. Good luck xox

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  24. I have never ate a dedded mouse, what do they taste like, Katie?

    Thanks for stopping by today, its always nice to see you. (I always check around for dedded mice too, after you've been here.)

    Kisses,
    Stella and Zkhat

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  25. think of it as your mommy taking some of the pressure off of you. And then demand more snackies because you're so very overworked!
    Love your half a 'stach, it's like a large beauty mark!

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  26. Aww Katie - sweetie - what IS your mom's problem. You are the best pest control I've ever seen. You are on a roll girl. (if you'd like a little excitement in your life you could put the next mousie in her shoe! he he I bet she'd do a lot of dancing.

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  27. Katie
    YOU are so adorable.
    And what? Your Mom doesn't understand you are being so gracious by finding those mousies for her? I say you need to put a live one down in the bed at midnight.
    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥

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  28. Look Katie, you were adopted to be a companion to your Mama NOT a hunter/killer/chef. If the hooman is expectung all these extras, you need to be paid in high end treats daily.Make sure you aren't being exploited. Weez is looking out for you is all...

    the critters in The Cottage xo

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  29. Katie, I only wish I could hunt down a real, live mousie!

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  30. Great job deading that mousie Katie! We bet they are fun to catch! You sure look cute all sprawled out on that chair!

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  31. Why does your mum need pest control when she has you on mouse patrol? We bring mice in from outdoors for our mum. She is not always as appreciative as she should be.

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  32. You sure look comfy on that sofa.

    We've never caught a real live mousie so we're really jealous and confused about why your Mom wants to get rid of them.
    The Florida Furkids

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  33. Katie, what does your mom need a pest control guy when she has you??

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  34. Katie, I think your human is slipping some sleepy pills in your ham.
    ; ) Katie

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  35. Me thinks yous should get of the couch, invite all of us cats over and has a safari! We could gets them all at once!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  36. Katie, you did a great job dedding that mouse. Why does your Mommy think you need pest control? It seems you are quite good at controlling them! :)

    Hugs to you both.

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  37. Katie, the hole will be about an inch big - maybe less, probably low near the ground. If she can find it and puts steel wool (or part of a Brillo pad) in the hole, they will never be able to get in from there again. They can't chew through steel wool. We had lots of mousies at our old home and it worked like a charm!

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  38. Sweet Katie, you earned that nap! The best mousie is a deaded one.

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  39. I think it cruel and unusual punishment to cut your meals off at the source. I think she's just mad that you didn't serve her breakfast in bed this time. Maybe you could go find it and drag it out for tomorrow? Cause that might go a long way toward pleasing her.

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  40. With all due respect, doesn't she already HAVE pest control on staff?

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  41. Is a furry gud question, Katie! You hasa hunt fur your mommy!
    I fink it was furry considerate you gibs your mommy a present after her leaves you all that time!
    You're the bestest kitty EVER!
    Love, TK

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  42. You deserve a rest. Whoa! You are some tough mouser. I never get the opportunity on the 4th floor. TW is happy, somehow.

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