April 8, 2015

Huntress

I am a mighty huntress!  There was a HUGE helicopter sized wasp flying in MY HOME!  He dive bombed me and he dive bombed mom!  He was so huge the currents of air his wings caused knocked over the TV!  And the table and chairs.  It was SCARY, Kitties!  We cowered in fear until other favorite brovver came home from his lunch engagement and I commanded that he kill that beast on wings!  I told him he had a debt to the ladies in the household and that was/is to protect us from the sure assassination that was about to happen by the monster who buzzed so loud we had our  fingers, or in my case, my toesies, in our ears.

I was triumphant.   If it weren't for ME, he'd still be terrorizing us. The wasp was dispatched handily and mightily by a LHJ magazine.  Mom opted to throw the magazine into recycle rather than deal with any wasp gut remnants.

Just saying'.

Now I can relax, yawn and nap in safety thanks to Brovver.

38 comments:

  1. Brothers are useful to have. Good job!

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  2. Hooray for Brovver! Hooray for you too, Katie! Love that pic of you!!

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  3. wow - you are so lucky to have someone to dispatch evil creatures for you....we have to rely on mom

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  4. Yay for Brovver for saving you ladies! And for LHJ too! :)

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  5. I always dread August and September...the yellow jackets become vicious! I am glad no one was stung! ~xo~

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  6. Well done, brovver!
    Sweet dreams, dear Katie.
    Purrs ... Rainbow

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  7. Well done, brovver!
    Sweet dreams, dear Katie.
    Purrs ... Rainbow

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  8. I am not happy about that wasp dive bombing you and Mommy. Thank Cod brovver was able to ded it. I hope there isn't a nest nearby.

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  9. We can understand why she would throw away the magazine, but bug guts might have smelled kind of interesting.

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  10. It's so nice to have a hero pretty Katie!

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  11. It's good he had you nearby to tell him to take care of it, Katie! There's no telling what might have happened otherwise!

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  12. YAY for brother to dispatch that nasty wasp! Good of you to show him where it was.
    Now, we hope you have an enjoyable evening :)
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure and JJ

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  13. Glad you let your brother take care of that bad flying thing. Tell him to be careful and not to get stung.

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  14. Thank cod your brother came home. And that was a smart move by your mom to recycle the magazine. Wasp guts can be kinda gross.

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  15. Good work brovver to the rescue. We is glad you and mom bean didn't get hurt by that horrid wasp.

    Sasha, Sami, & Saku

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  16. Thank COD for your brovver!!!
    The Florida Furkids

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  17. Thank goodness for brovver to the rescue! We are getting wasps here already which is very early for them. Mum has seen several hornets too and we don't like them AT ALL!

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  18. Whew! That was a SCARY story! Thank goodness for brovvers! They are strong and fearless.

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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  19. Sounds like a close call but you got rid of that flying introoder and now PEACE reigns supreme!

    Hugs, Sammy

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  20. Oh no, wasp! And helicopter sized one knocking over TV and all. What a moster!
    Your brother is a very brave knight. Glad the wasp is deaded and you can all relax in peace :-)

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  21. Thanks for the birthday wishes Katie and Mom.
    So glad you got that gigantic wasp. That must have been very scary.

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  22. We don't like wasps but we have to pretend we're scared because Mum is a gibbering wreck if one comes anywhere near her.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  23. I'm sure it couldn't have been done without you, Katie! :-)

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  24. katie...onze him waz deaded yur mom coulda fried him in skillet long side sum greenz N added sum ...crunch...two de mix !! ♥♥♥

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  25. Yowzee! Good thing your favorite brovver rescued you two!

    Pee Ess: You sure that wasn't a drone?

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  26. You are lucky you have a brovver to the rescue.

    Emma and Buster

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  27. Omc we had one of those da udder day and it wuz me and mommy dat had to dispatch it in da old folgers can. MOL It's those times we wish we had a male in ow llives. MOL Hav a gweat nap.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  28. I am glad no one was stung because stings hurt

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  29. That was very good of brovver. But what's this I read over at Simba's, my Queen? Hrumph. Sending BLANKIES to *other* ManCats?? Huh.

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  30. I hate buggy things. They make me skeered.


    Luv,

    Angel Keisha and Murphy the Poodle

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  31. Good werk! TBT keeps a small raquet for those things...

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  32. How scary!
    We have had trouble with hornets once or twice - Mummy has written about it in her bloggie as well as in Ours.
    They are purr-fectly horrid!
    Lucky your bruvver was there to deal with it!

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  33. Yay for tracking down the predator! And yay for your Mommy for the 'no guts' decision. Yuck!

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  34. Wow, good job, Katie. Since you did so much of the work wearing the wasp out so your brother could finish the kill, we assume your mom was assigned to clean up the furniture.

    We remember the angry wasp in here that dive bombed Jan and she dived under the desk and hid! Humans are such sissies!

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