This is the most amazing blog post you've posted in ages, not because of the content itself, but because you can't write images like that; they only happen once!Amazing! Good effort :-)Hilarity in the captions too! x
Thanks David!! :) Sadly, as my heart was in my mouth, I didn't get him trundling across the road!! :( He was actually meowing all the way from the field! He was really complaining. It was so funny x
Oh miaow Austin you must be very careful when you cross the road like that !!!Don´t you have any mousies on your side ??
Good pics, Sis. I enjoyed the slide show.Bruv. xx
ohhhh I know that you don't want Austin to go that far right? I have to say your view is gorgeous and I bet he just can't resist! Not to mention, food beckons!
Austin...PLEASE don't take that kind of chance. There are mousies in your garden for the taking. Please be careful. xxoo
Austin !!! I used to do same thing as you !!! and mom was about to have heart attack , every times I had done that ! But I didn't do it anymore, Because the land opposite my house had been developed, No more jungle there, so I don't do anymore ! You watch out , Austin !xoxo
Austin is always tempted over there this time of year, as the sheep are removed from the field, so he has a free reign! I don't like it at all, though the road isn't that busy.
Good boy Austin for listening but please look both ways before crossing. Our Merlin got hit many ears ago on a very quiet road and luckily only suffered a broken clavicle. When I blog about our cats going outdoors it creates a stink from the radical indoor only cat people. More about that at our Cat Saturday tomorrow.
Thanks for the warning Layla. As Austin spent a lot of time on the street before coming to me, I know he wouldn't take kindly to being shut in now!
Austin, you are so...very much...Cat ;-)
Austin, and MommyI just want to stop by to say Thank you so much to visit me for my birth day, You made my day : ) xoxo
Love his ears in the last pic! Typical annoyed cat face!
Oh my catness Austin! You get back home right this minute! I know the tempatations are irresistable and sometimes wandering can be further than you thought, but please be careful cuz we love you so much!Picturing him meow grumbling and complaining is so funny!!
Oh is right! Be careful and look both ways!
He DOES mumble and moan and mutter. He really does! lol
You make us laugh!
Oh my gosh, what a great post! I especially loved the caption "mutter mutter mutter" LOL LOL. I can imagine it was scary to have Austin across the road like that, but so glad it all turned out okay and you can laugh about it now.Austin is such a gorgeous cat, and I also love your cat Tigger. I had a striped tabby named Tigger for 12 great years, it really made me smile to see another Tigger tabby. :)
Hi! Thanks for the visit and comment! Yes, Mike and I spent 18 days in Cornwall in 2000, went to the Furry Dance and many of the towns my cats are named after. Here's a link to a photo of kitties I took in St Iveshttp://furrydancecats.blogspot.com/2011/08/wordless-wednesday.html
LOL! I think cats are always muttering about something!I am so jealous of your view! No wonder Austin was wandering!
Austin, that was too cute, you complaining all the way home. But you really do need to stay closer to home. Our Mom would be so worried about you. I bet your Mom worries about you too. Great pictures. Take care.
That almost reminds me if that viral video Ninja Cat, where in every shot the cats gets closer and closer... :P
Haha I must check that out!!!
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