May 3, 2012

Introoder Alert! Introoder Alert!

Kitties!  It was awful.  There was an introoder on MY territory yesterday morning.  I was on patrol as of course I should be and all my vigilance paid off.  There he or she was..brazen as daylight creeping over the morning horizon!  Bold as a shout in the dark!  A long haired black with green eyes introoder.  You can see him next door by the fence lying there drooling over my Bird TV, the bounder!

I called mommy but in a soft tiny voice.  She could tell by my tone however that something was amiss.

When she  got into the room where I was she saw me scrubbing furiously on the window pane trying to get out to box that introoders ears! I was telling mom all about it continuously for minutes.  I was telling her blow by blow- if only I could get out there to do my duty.

Mom could only get a picture through the window and screen but I told her that was fine.  The picture would do as evidence in the Sheriff Harley Poleece Line-Up once I reported this indignity and affront to me and my property,  that was sure to take place later.

Always on guard.  That's me.  Nothing gets past me (except multiple hairballs).

38 comments:

  1. Have you put that introoder's picture up outside the police station on a wanted sign? We think they should patrol your garden to make sure you are safe.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  2. Ah Spitty... you crack me up!

    Katie, if an intruder comes again - and he ISN'T his royal majesty Spitty the Kitty - you give me a call right away, okay? Together, I'm pretty sure we can take 'im!

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  3. Oh, dear! An intruder! But wait ... it was SPITTY?!!!!!!!!! What a terrible case of mistaken identity!

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  4. Oh, dear, indeed! What if it WAS Spitty?!?

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  5. I am sorry you had to defend your house from indoors. Very frustrating Miss Katy. xxx

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  6. we say shoot first, ask questions later!!!

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  7. I don't know if that's really Spitty. I don't see a crown. I'd watch your back. Or at least your back window.
    ; ) Katie

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  8. Katie you are such a valuable addition to the family!! Good job keeping the introooders at bay.
    Hugs Madi

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  9. That's right, Katie. You show that Spitty how he's nothing but an introoder!
    Shoo, Spitty, SHOO!

    ...Your very proud Boomie

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  10. That Spitty best be careful or he will get whapped!

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  11. I would be pretty upset about that too!

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  12. The introoder looks BIG! I'm glad you're ok pretty lady!

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  13. Oh Katie, you sure have your work cut out for you, tossing yup those hairballs, and watching for introooders. You sure have some big jobs. Maybe that was Spitty but why didn't he knock on the door??
    Katie, tell Mom that Admiral's cousin Missy is having the same trouble that you are. She didn't eat for over 24 hours and has been tossing her cookies for awhile now.
    Take care you two.

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  14. It is frustratin not bein able ta get out ta chase those introoders away on yer own, isnt it? We feel the same. At least TBT is good about goin out FOR us and making those Nip-stealin neighbors leave our yard!

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  15. That's what Spitty gets for not teleporting! Nicky almost went through the screen once to get at an intruder on the front porch. He was growling and hissing. TW had to close the window—fast.

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  16. Wow, he should knock on the door if he wants to visit. That's what hoomins do.

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  17. Oh dear - it's a good thing you spotted him when you did because he was going into hiding.

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  18. That’s Katie Is! Shoot first, ask questions later! lol Good to see you’re up to the task of border control xox

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  19. Hmmmm, Spitty or introoder? Will the real Spitty pleez stand up? No matter, the impawtant thing wuz that you saw him/her! Katie Isabella - neighborhood purrtrol.

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  20. Introoders can be fun sometimes, but most of the time not.

    We are sorry you are having so many hairball issues. We has them too, so mewom just gives us the funky lactone or whatever it is called from the store. It helps but we don't much enjoy licking it off our paws!

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  21. Katie
    You were just trying to get out to welcome Spitty!
    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥

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  22. Actually, Katie, I think by playing hard to get with Spitty you have got his attention!

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  23. I can talk to some cat associates of mine to look into this introoder. Perhaps they can "persuade" the introoder to stay away.

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  24. Oh the nerve of that cat!!!!!!!
    Sheesh !!!!!!!
    Purrs Tillie and Georgia,
    Tiger,Treasure and JJ

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  25. Katie, if you ever see that intruder again, I suggest you ask him or her, "What have I ever done to make you treat me so disrespectfully?" That ought to put some fear into the intruder. :-) Seriously though, you will probably have to get used to other kitties roaming around outside.

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  26. Katie we understand your agitation completely! We have introoders all the time. They come to steal the cat nip and cat mint in our barrel! Maybe we should team up and start a Neighbourhood Watch program :)

    the critters in The Cottage xo

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  27. We bet that kitty got the memo about a beautiful Tuxie in the neighborhood so he came to check you out!

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  28. Oh no you got introoder! But yeah, it's definitely Spitty coming to see your beautiful face! He got a fabulous transporter. It is a piece of cake for him to just show up like that :-)

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  29. You are a wonderful guard kitty!

    Truffle and Brulee

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  30. Maybe it was Kozmo. He was gone a extra long time and he said he was hunting...
    Did yous see any flashes of white?
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  31. What the! At first we thought maybe it was Carl coming over to sing duets with you, but he was fast asleep.

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  32. Yay! Guard cat Katie on the alert. Good job warning the introoder off, little one.

    We are sorry about your hairball issues. It is shedding season, of course. Has a slicker brush been tried?

    Laura & Taffy

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  33. Katie, we are four big mancats who will happily protect you from any introoder.

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  34. Katie that was definitely NOT Spitty that is for sure!

    You did an amazing job of alerting your Mom and protecting your territory! We are soooo proud of you!

    xoxoxo

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  35. That introoder looks sort of BIG, Katie. Way to warn your Mommy!

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  36. Good work warning your mum about the introoder. It could be an imposter pretending to be Spitty.

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  37. Mowzers, at least you don't throw a screaming tantrum like SOME kitties *koff*Allie*koff* we won't mention....

    And unless he's traveling incogNEETO we sure don't see Spitty's croen either, so way ta go wif the Guard Duty!

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