July 16, 2012

What Shall I do Monday

Kitties, I have a little bit of a sads.  Mom won't open the front or kitchen doors any more and I have no interest in the deck door, the one door she will open for me.  So I can't look out and enjoy my Bird TV, Squirrel TV..nothing.  I ran to the windows and looked out and this morning and I saw that black cat again in the same place next yard over, that he was when I posted a picture of me looking at him a month ago.  This time I growled and hissed.  But mom was able to distract me since he was in the next yard and I wanted breakfast AND he showed himself no threat last time.

So I am mostly lying on the floors in the various rooms since I refuse to get on my tree (I just won't, no matter what mom does to make it tempting) and while Mom does play with me, I just want to look out of the door but mom keeps it closed now.  Mom said she feels that the Ginger lives with someone down the intersecting street,  We saw the tail end of him as he made his way across the street and down the lane just as mom raised the blinds yesterday morning.  I hissed, growled and bristled but he didn't see me as he was almost out of sight.  He looks well fed, so he likely is a nearby resident, more's the pity.

Ambassador Schonheit a woofie of New Zealand, has pledged his protection of my home boundaries so perhaps I may be able to enjoy the outdoors again.  Mom has known him and his parents for several years now and I know without doubt how reliable he is. Boomie said he will go teach the Ginger a lesson about spraying MY door and being a bother when HE, Boomie comes over and Spitty has been a very soothing influence since all this drama began.  I am a fortunate kitty.  XOX

32 comments:

  1. Oh, Katie... you've got a black intruder AND a ginger one? Oh my goodness, what are you going to do? And now there's no bird tv or squirrel tv or any of the good stuff? Why should you suffer 'cause of intruders? Hopefully, they'll decide to interest themselves with other stuff and other yards and leave you alone so you can go back to having open windows and doors. May the purrs be with you. purrs

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  2. I am so sorry Miss Katie. I hope the owners of the black and ginger learn to take better care of their pets. xx

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  3. poor baby.....we just don't understand not liking the tree though - we like ours so much we sometimes have to double up on cats per level. :)

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  4. Oh so sorry to hear this, Katie san. Your mom is trying to protect you...I hope you get your peace of mind back. You sure are lucky girl to have many caring friends!

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  5. Darling Katie, I'm coming over right now to bring you over here where we can enjoy sitting at the top shelf of our catio. No one will bother us, I promise. It'll just be you and me, cuddling and enjoying the cool night breeze. xoxo

    Love, Your Boomie

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  6. We have that problem here too Katie now that we have our garden. We have two introoders who come regularly to do "their business" and to eat our catnip!
    We hope you and your friends will keep the black and the ginger cat far away from your Queendom so that you can resume your partol duties in peace :)!

    the critters in The Cottage xo

    the critters in The Cottage xo

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  7. I know how frustrating and stressful that must be sweet Katie. We sure hope all is well really, really soon.

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  8. Dear Sweet Katie,
    Me thinks yous will soon figure out what to do and will be sitting in your tree watching all the bird and squirrel TV!
    Nothing can keep a good cat down!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  9. Awwwwwww.... what's wrong with those other kittehs that they can't just stay where they belong and not bother you!! I will send you some purrs and virtual head skritches.

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  10. Katie that is terrible that this ginger intruder is spoiling your Bird and Squirrel TV! I hope your human figures out a way to keep him away from your yard. He has lots of other places he can go visit.

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  11. Oh, this is very sad indeed, Miss Katie. We sure hope those cats' humans learn to take better care of them. Because missing bird and squirrel TV is just not good. Not good at all. :(

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  12. It's horrible that those outdoor kitties are messing up your cushy inside life Katie! Hopefully they decide to go bother another kitty and leave you alone so you can enjoy your TV again.

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  13. Your mum is just looking out for you sweet one. Mum does much the same and makes me come in when our introoders are about too. Hugs GJ xx

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  14. If the cat´s have owners I think you shall go and tell them to neuter their cat´s so they don´t spay your door !

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  15. Katie!

    I am on my way to spray my OWN mancatly scent around, THAT will show those naughty kitties. Mommy says I'm a champ sprayer! I think that's a compliment...
    ~Maui

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  16. Happy Monday, Miss Katie! How wonderful that you have some good friends to stand by you when there are intruders at your house. xo

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  17. Katie! Austin is on his way over with the boys right now!!! Your honour and Bird TV will be restored xox

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  18. Dear Katie

    Bird and Squirrel TV? That sounds exciting, we don't have squirrels in New Zealand, but I hear that they provide quite splendid entertainment when they try to get the seeds out of the anti-squirrel bird feeder... "around and around the feeder they go, where they land no-one knows..." (Actually that reminds me of some poor Sims on a round-a-bout a few years ago...)

    At your service
    Ambassador Schonheit

    http://community.simtropolis.com/journal/947/entry-3711-and-the-town-grew-and-it-grew-and-it-grew/

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  19. Oh dear Miss Katie
    We are so sorry about those introoders. WE hope that this can resolved to everyone's satisfaction, especially yours.

    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥

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  20. Dear Katie...
    I am on auto-comment-approve now...? Does that mean I can double post? Huh, huh, huh?

    I must say that I am honoured indeed, (I hope you don't mind me using English spelling on your blog, it is kind of an old antipodean habit of mine).

    I think I posted a link to a picture of Sir Oliver, (aka - Lord of the Sofa, Bed, Feed Bowl, ... but here is a picture of the other kitty I live with, Miss Millie.
    http://i211.photobucket.com/albums/bb210/abcvs/Mobile%20Uploads/DSC01429.jpg
    While she does 'tolerate' me, sometimes I really get the feeling that she does not fully feel totally comfortable with the size of my teeth.
    Meh... whatevs.

    At your service
    Ambassador Schonheit

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  21. The only other kitties that come around mai house are Stumpy (a ginger with no tail) who is always huntin' fer moles (which is wai mai mom likes him) and Isadora, a big, fluffy Maine Coon who also hunts in our yard fer birds or whatever she can find! They are very interesting to watch, but they can't see me hiding in my window fort. xxoo Bhu

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  22. Oh Katie, I'm so sorry those intruders are ruining your Good Times!

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  23. Maybe your mommy could put some moth balls outside to keep him away so you can have your TV back.

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  24. Oh, so they're all "brave" and I'm just soothing?? Well, we can't have THAT now. Even though I have nefur been in a real fight, and even though I'm kind of puny, and even though the Human thinks I'm pretty much of a coward about stuff...STILL!! I will teleport over to defend you--if only from Boomie and Austin, MOL. Hey--or maybe it IS better to be inside with snuggling you than outside getting beat up. Hmmmm. Let me think.

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  25. Whooooa! Sounds like you had yourself quite the eventful day. Mom knows best, she just doesn't want to see your stressed. Here's hoping that Ginger gets the hint of the CLOSED door.

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  26. Sounds like the introoder better not get too close to your house now!

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  27. Katie, we sure hope those introoder kitties stay away so you can get back to you Bird TV. We bet you are missing some great episodes.

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  28. Dear Katie

    Well I am just going to have to comment on this post again... cos there is not a new one yet, even though I know it is morning in your part of the world, and you are probably telling Mom it is time fro your breakfast. I just wanted to let you know that I have still been digging about trying to work out the best way to represent my profile on the interpaws... and I think I have now come up with a splendid idea... make mah own doggy d-log!

    Anyhoo, if your Mom is awake, then it must be time for me to head to my mat, by the Master's and Mistress' bed, turn around three times... and zzzzzzzzzzzz...

    In your service
    Ambassador Schonheit

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  29. Well that isn't any fun Katie. Maybe the bad Ginger kitty will go away. Sorry you don't get to look out the windows though but it makes you kinda nuts. We know how the Mom feels.
    Take care.

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  30. Katie, you can count on our support too. We will teleport over and keep an introoder patrol for you.

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  31. It's sad that your life has to be spoiled because of bad cats. There ought to be some sort of "Animal Control" department/division/whatever in your area. Since the ginger cat is causing many problems, I think your Mom should report it (and, in effect, its humans) to Animal Control.

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