9 comments to Friday Cat Blogging: Snowing Cats (and Dogs)
Now add the car for an element of Friday realism
and where did you bury the house?
Ready when you are, boss.
Personal vignette: This is Nicodemus, knows as SuperNick.
When the snow got a couple of feet deep, the big dogs would bound around through it, leaving big holes. Nick would fall in one, climb out, fall in the next, climb out – it was hilarious watching him navigate the yard. At times the other dogs liked to chase him. In summer he could escape because he was more agile but he could not escape through the deep snow. We built him a fortress – all the snow shoveled off the deck and steps went into a big pile and we cut several small tunnels into it, just big enough for him but too small for the other dogs. He would hide from them when necessary, and when they sniffed at one entrance, he’d poke his head out another and bark, then duck back inside while they tried to locate him.
I miss the little rascal.
That’s one outstanding pup. The scarf is great. Is it a Superman cape?
He didn’t know he was a small dog, kept trying to keep up with the big boys, so we took to calling him Supernick. My wife had someone make up a neckerchief and that cape with the Superman logo.
Then my son got busy with Photoshop…
you might mean “schmarmy” or “smarmy”?
urban dictionary: “Overly emotional, sentimental and gushy so as to induce major eyerollings” – -a large part of Catblogging done on Friday by usually serious political types.
Just for you, Michael: To make you feel less schmarm-ridden:
the near-eastern wildcat:
-deceptively beautiful ,but not to be approached without forethought.