November 8, 2013

Freaky Friday

On the left is Rail Road and Bandit.  (They have a climate controlled doghouse.)

In the window, on the left is our fur cousin (with laser eyes).  We can't tell which one.



Hi furriends and happy Friday!  We wanted to share with you some outrageous pics of our fence after some very rough winds last week.  Mommy calls them "tickle weeds" .  None of us were very "tickled" at having so many of these little tumbling weeds around.  They flew into our house, our vehicles and stuck in our link fence until the fence looked hairy!  They built up in the corner of the fence and then blew over the top, into the yard.  Mommy is still trying to get rid of these things!

25 comments:

  1. Horrors! Those woofies don't live at YOUR house...do they???? Laser-eyed feline cousins are one thing...but woofies?? ::shudder::

    And NO! It is absolutely NOT a "dingleberry." Spitty does not have "dingleberries"--as if!

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  2. Looks like hard work to get rid of all that ?!
    Hope you will have a Pawsome weekend !
    XOXO

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  3. They look hairy and scary. That must have been a nasty wind.

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  4. Some crazy things happen where you kitties live!

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  5. Mom said she has always been fascinated with tumbleweeds. She said she's never seen one in person but it brings back when she was a very young single digit in age little girl watching westerns on TV and the movies.

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  6. I have near seen those weeds that tumble...looks like they are living on your fence:). I do think my human Tommy saw tumbles weeds when she was part of the gold rush in the 1840's.....even tho Tommy says she really wasn't there...:). Stay warm, friends!

    Noir

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  7. We've never seen a hairy fence before or those tumbling weeds.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  8. Looks scary to Miss Kitty...if she were there she would run to hide underneath the bed!
    Purrs & Hugs,
    Kitty & Mum

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  9. mol Prancer mom said that reminded her of the western song about tumble weeds.
    hugs madi your bfff

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  10. No laughing matter I am sure having to clean all that up.
    Blessings,
    Goose

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  11. Ooh we don't envy your Mom in having to clean those hairy things up!

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  12. Hi hi hi! Ojo here! Can you eat the Tickle Weed? It looks very interesting!

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  13. Those look nasty. If they were made out of fur it would have been much better!

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  14. whoa...guys....ya wood knot wanna bee in de catio N haz one oh them come rollin at cha ...they bee lookin like grazz monsturrs !!! N knot de "ghood" grazz either :) !! hope everee one haza grate week oh end ~~~

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  15. We bet CC would eat them. He's not too bright.

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  16. Your hairy monster fence looks very scary!

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  17. We have GIANT tumbleweeds here. Once when my mom was out driving in the country, she saw a fence break away and a whole RIVER of them blow into the road! (She had to stop.)

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  18. Wow, we're glad we don't have any of that at our house. All we have are lots and lots of leaves!

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  19. Wow, an ta think WE were complainin about falling maple leafs! We think we will stick with the maple leafs...

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  20. ohhhh...Mom Linda knows them as tumbleweeds...she was born in Texas

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  21. We see tumble weeds roll past our window sometimes. They gather at the corner of our fence until mama makes them go away.

    Cindi Lou & The Kitty Krew

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  22. Put some eye'z on it and it bee'z a Scarecrow BOL.. Have a super weekend xxooxxx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  23. Those look prickly and scary to us. Don'ts get any in your furs!

    Sasha, Sami, & Saku

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  24. A climate-controled dog house sounds a little like our heated kitchen floor. Hope the storm is over and all of you are safe. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  25. Meow
    That is some really weird weed!

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