June 14, 2014

WHO Through Yon Window (door) Comes? Tis Himalayan Cat! Arrrggghhh

Kitties, I am not quite as bonkers as I used to be when I saw Mr. Black or Mr. Ginger or even this kitty, the Himalayan.  I still don't like it but I can be calmed after the initial hissing, screaming and window fighting.  Mom feels sorry for the kitties I mentioned that are out there, as they are not groomed or taken care of very well.  Ginger disappeared over a year ago, by the way.

Here I am.  Ever vigilant.


I got'cher back Mommy! 

36 comments:

  1. Katie, I feel like you had a not so nice cat beat you up and that is why you go bonkers and now you are learning that they can't get to you if you are in the house. We have several cats here that were beaten up pretty seriously and so they clear the path when they go somewhere. Hope you and Mom have a great week end.

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  2. Hi Katie. It's gd your watching your mommy's back. You're better than CCTV.

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  3. Our neighbor cat comes to the window to taunt Raz. He's gotten more accepting of her but would prefer she NOT come in our yard.

    Sad about Ginger....outside kitties have a rough life.

    The Florida Furkids

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  4. Another valuable reminder that outside kitties have difficulties. Stay vigilant, but calm, Katie!

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  5. Good girl, Katie. A kitty has to protect her family. (I feel badly for the outside kitties too. It's a hard life.)

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  6. One of the neighbor cats has gone as far as standing on his hind legs just below the window to get a better look at a hissing, growling Ashton on the other side of the window. We hope that the other outdoor cats near you stay safe... and away from your windows!

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  7. Hi Miss Katie! Thank you for watching your mom's back! xx

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  8. You're the best Watch Cat a mommy could hope for, Katie.

    The lady is hoping there won't be problems with kitties in our new neighborhood. She's already seen one outside but she thinks she saw a collar. It's so upsetting to see kitties not well cared for and subject to cars and whatever else.

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  9. Your Mommy definitely knows she can trust you to watch your back, Katie!

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  10. I feel bad for those outdoor kitties, Katie... although if they were on MY turf, I probably would not like it much either.

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  11. Katie I bark when I see other dogs and strange kitties outside of my window too. I protect my human and home from trespassers just like you do :)
    Hugs,
    Pepper

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  12. Good girl, sweet Katie. You are a good protector for your mom and we are so happy that you are not getting as upset as you used to when you see those other kitties. We are sad that they are not taken care of like they should be. We hope you and your sweet mom are having a super wonderful weekend. Hugs and nose kisses

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  13. There are THREE cats visitin' you these days? MOUSES! And I thought I had it bad with just Nosy-Neighbour-Cat.

    Oh, but we do have Anderson visitin', now. He's in desperate need of a home but first Ol' Peepers is gonna have to befriend him. He comes for food daily now but still won't let any peeps near. We're workin' on it.

    Purrs,
    Nissy

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  14. Glad you've got mommy's back, Katie, sweetie. It must be such a relief to her. xoxoxoxox

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  15. I feel sorry for the outdoor cat´s :(
    But I don´t like that they terrorising you Katie !!

    XOXO

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  16. You are very good for keeping a look out for your mum.

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  17. Even the Queen is ever vigilant! We are impressed with your loyalty to your human! What a lovely asset to a safe household! Queen Katie Isabella rule on!

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  18. You are a good watchcat Miss Katie!

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  19. Whoa! I think your tailio is all bushy and ready to fight and your ears are at the ready and vigilant. Maybe you’d like to join my gang, the Alleys. We could use a good fighter such as yourself.

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  20. Katie, we get pretty excited when an introoder comes into our yard, too. We glad you didn't go too bonkers.

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  21. Hi Katie san, I'm glad you are not so bonkers as you used to be. You don't want to get too much stress. We can't take Goro to a store when kitty adoption event is going on, as he gets mad and very hissy!
    Have a great weekend, Katie san!

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  22. Hi Katie san!
    I was so happy to belive when you are at home.
    You are lucky that you now can get outside?
    your Mum having a good time?
    xoxoxo
    Sis,Katie,Miyuki, and Victoria,
    Michiko

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  23. Purrs little fluffy-tailed sisfur Katie! You're Mommy is lucky to have such a vigilant watch-cat. We are happy that you're not so upset by the outdoor kitty visitors anymore.

    Yes, they do have rough, sad lives.

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  24. We is sure your momma appawsiates your keeping a watchful eye out fur those other kitties (and other introoders too!)

    We is sorry about the outdoors kitties, it is not safe out there for them as we all know.

    Take care,
    Sasha. Sami, & Saku

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  25. We understand, Katie. You should (or maybe you can) HEAR the ruckus we let out with when an introoder cat comes in our yard!

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  26. OMC, Katie--Just LOOK at that tailio! You could totally take any introoder kitty if you just whapped 'em with that mighty tail XOXOXOXO

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  27. You're just doing your job, Katie!

    Have a great, easy Sunday!
    XOXO

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  28. I'm glad you don't get as crazy as you used to, that means you get to look out the door more?? Lucky girl!

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  29. OMC Katie meez sowwy 'bout yous visitows. But meez glad yous calm down soon.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi

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  30. We must be vigilant at all times....there are constant threats to our homeland security and it's up to us to protect our humans! Well done Guardian Katie!

    Hugs, Sam

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  31. Karma doesn't like to share, either. ;)
    I hope Mr. Ginger disappeared because someone took him in and he has a new home.

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  32. Looks like you do a good job of guarding your home Katie. Our Mom feels sorry for those poor kitties too that don't have all the loves we do.
    Marty

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  33. Looks like you have got the protection covered there sweety. I do so feel for the not so lucky kitties though

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  34. Are you making sure they know not to try and take your pet human away from you...........

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  35. Oh Katie, we are glad those outside kitties aren't upsetting you like they used to. Just remember they have a hard life.

    We have an strange outside kitty that mama has been feeding. We haven't told him that she will be trapping him soon to make sure he is nootered and to get his shots and flea meds.

    Kitty Kisses,
    Cindi Lou & The Kitty Krew
    PS, Happy Father's Day!

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