Monday, June 18, 2018

Tuxedo ... Holding A Grudge Because His Two Dads Went Away


Deedles said...

Sleep with one eye open, dads!

the dogs' mother said...

Abby agrees with Deedles!!

anne marie in philly said...

I'd keep a close eye on tuxedo; those little kitty brains hold a grudge!

Debra She Who Seeks said...

For the next little while, always check your shoes before you put them on.

mistress maddie said...

Has poor Ozzo been found yet?

And did your insurance company believe that three cats were responsible for all the damages???

Bob Slatten said...

Oh y'all think it was hell around here while we were gone, but our little critters were nice and well fed and well cared for and there was no havoc.
Ozzo is fine.
Consuelo is still hungry.
Tuxedo welcomed me back with a hub.
MaxGoldberg was a little standoffish, but once he calmed down he was fine, too!

Deedles said...

Ozzo is fine, huh? Stockholm Syndrome? Seriously tho, you do have the cutest little critters.

Raybeard said...

That's the thing with cats - you can never quite tell if they've put an experience which might be regarded by them as unpleasant, entirely behind them. You feel they might want to teach you a lesson and are just biding their time for the proper moment.

Mitchell is Moving said...

How long does the grudge last? Dudo's last a few hours. Moose comes running when we walk in the door. We had a cat in California that would TRY to not look at us for a day. He would forget and let us pet him. Then he'd remember and get up and walk away. AND we had a parrot in Connecticut who would dramatically turn his back on us whenever we approached. You could almost hear him say Harrumph!

Bob Slatten said...

Consuelo's ended when we walked in the door and gave her a treat.
Tuxedo ran to us.
Ozzo squeed with delight.
But MaxGoldberg stayed away fora couple of hours and meowed as though in pain.

Helen Lashbrook said...

Dear Bob

Thanks for the link to Families belong together



Bob Slatten said...

Of course!