Saturday, September 11, 2010

We have been on the look out for some stinky black cat that keeps walking by our house and making faces at us, when we see it we yell at it and say bad things to it and our dads get upset with US!!! can you believe it, they say we can't bark at that black cat, what would our kitty Poppy think. We're like dad the black cat is REAL stinky not just a little stinky like Poppy. NO BARKING AT THE BLACK CAT. You know dad, sometimes you just have to act like a dog!

9 comments:

Mimi said...

No fair to get yelled at if you're yelling at the kitty!

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Roxie, Sammy and Andy said...

Ignore the yelling. It is important to announce any strangers in the area. We have to announce the cows every day and sometimes three or four times a day. If we weren't on the lookout (just like you), who knows what would happen!

Roxie, Sammy & Andy

MJ's doghouse said...

hey you two...i ahvent been visiting blogs forever ...so sorry..it is awlays good to see what you are up to...i say just bark...tell your dad you are just trying to be neighbourly...see you soon...

JackPDB said...

Could be worse -- that stinky black kitty could MOVE IN WITH YOU! It happened to our Husky Katya and she's never been the same since...!
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lildogomine said...

You think your black cat is bad, I have two new kitten creatures living in the house. I bark and get in trouble but they stare at me. I guess I must be the bigger dog. I found a really good site I want to share http://www.k9stud.com/viewalldogs.aspx

Katie said...

Just ignore the yelling, its okay that you yell at the cat, it probably can't even hear u through the window and if it does at least it won't be bugging your parents.

lildogomine said...

I don't think you should get yelled at for yelling at a cat. I chase our sister and she kindof likes it. Well enough about that. I found a new site you will howl over http://www.k9puppy.co.uk/PuppiesforSale

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