Friday, April 09, 2010

Asking for Directions

We have enjoyed this video each time we've watched it, so we decided to share it in with you today.  This is one of those jokes we wish we could have seen in person but the camera catches  the  humans' reactions.  Have fun.

If the video doesn't play, click here.

Jan is very sick with allergies, so if we don't post Friday and/or Saturday, we'll be busy picking up paper towels as Jan tosses them at the trash can.  Yes, you read that right.  She gave up on tissues and moved on to paper towels a couple days ago.

A local car club is hosting a benefit for our Humane Society  Saturday.  Last year's was a success. She really wants to be there Saturday to take photos for herself and the Humane Society.  Cross your paws she's able to attend.  

Have a purring and tail wagging day!


  1. That sounds painful on her nose. I hope she feels better. Maybe I can get the Woman to send her some hankys--they are softer on the nostrils when blowing happens so often--of course she might need a truck load if her allergies are that bad...

  2. Get well wishes for Jan. Humans are so frail.

    Misty the alpha Poodle

  3. We thought of Jan during our evening news - they mentioned how nasty the allergies were fur humans bekhause evFURRYthing bloomed at once here!

    Please keep her tissues fluffed!


  4. Awww Poor Jan!

    Please look after her and get her some nice soft balm infused tissues! Her poor nose must be sore!

    That clip was hilarious!!! The look on people's faces..!! LOL!

    Thanks for that, take care

  5. We're crossing our paws that Jan will be well enough to attend on Saturday.

    The clip was cute...and it just goes to show how tired our human is--she didn't realize it was a *Canada* Post truck until the end!

  6. The allergies are no fun. Now I want all of you to promise to be nice and see that Jan has a couple of nice quiet days that she can rest up and maybe the allergies won't bother her so much if she can rest. Yes, you read that right. Be nice to Jan. She loves all of you and I know you love her too. Show her you care! Also you could get a new roll of paper towels when you see that she is getting low.
    Cute video. The mom here said things on the road are bad enough with poor driver but thinking that with the furries being so smart they could improve on the situation.

  7. That was a very cute video, we really liked it!...We hope Jan feels better soon; that sounds like it's really bad...Hope you guys have a better weekend...xo...Calle, Halle, Sukki

  8. Yep, there's pollen everywhere down here...messes with Dad's snooter too and doesn't make it easy on Sister Gracie's asthma!

  9. Healing Purrs for Jan's allergies. Thanks for sharing the video. ~AFSS

  10. We cannot stop laughing! Thank you for sharing a wonderful video!
    Too Funny

  11. Sorry that your mom has been plagues with them dreaded allergies! BOOOO~! That video was so funny! Thanx for sharing!

  12. Jan feel better. We are purring for you!

    the video was hilarious. :) The reaction from the people is priceless :)

  13. Cut e video - how did they do that?

    Feel better, Jan. Not a good year for allergies.

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

  14. What a funny video! Thanks for sharing it with your readers!

    I hope Jan feels much better soon! I'm sure you are going to take good care of her in the meantime!

    By they way, I am hosting a Personalized Pet Portrait GIVEAWAY contest which started yesterday & the winner will be chosen on April 15th. Your mom will love the paintings so please enter your name(s) in the drawing & maybe you'll win!

  15. I had a good laugh watching the video!
    I hope Jan feels better so she can go!
    Take care
    Kisses and hugs

  16. Sorry the allergies Jan. Move to Arizona, I hear they are not as bad here. I loved the video. It is funny how people were just shocked, but not really concerned.

  17. Tee hee! That was a funny video. :)

    Poor Jan ... we are purring and praying that your allergies get better (as an allergy sufferer, I can sympathize with you ... I really can). Feel better.


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