Friday, April 24, 2015

Fractured Fryday Hairy Tails

CYNDI:  How well I remember the day of the crime.  Jan returned from shopping and put everything away.  Except ...

BUDDY:  Except for one large bag, which sat on the floor near the front door.  Invitingly, tantalizingly sat near the front door.

RUSTY:   Jan didn't know what caused her to realize something was wrong.  Perhaps it was that the room was so quiet.

MERCI:  Yes, that is one possibility. But perhaps it was the pile of kibble on the floor that gave away the crime.

MICAH:  Or perhaps it was the two dogs munching on kibble that gave them away.  The canines are not served lunch and certainly not served on a mat by the front door.


SAM:  It wasn't my idea, but how could I resist those inviting morsels of kibble lying there just begging to be scarfed down?  It was Marcus who tore the hole in the bag.  I just helped him clean up the mess.

MARCUS:  Yes, I was the culprit.  I admit it.  I hadn't eaten in days .. or was it hours?  Anyway, the bag ... it smelled like food.  How could I resist?  I couldn't.  I didn't. I'm only sorry I got caught.  Jan duct taped the bag and put it away where I couldn't reach it.  *deep sigh* 



We haven't remembered to or been able to participate in Fractured Fryday Hairy Tails in a loooooong time.  The phrase we had to use this month was, "It smelled like ..."   Around here, "it smelled like food" is a popular phrase.  For example:  the dish towel has a big hole in it because it smelled like food. 

FFHT is hosted by Murphy and Stanley.


PERCY:  We do not have a Mousebreath cat interview to publish this week. We are working on several but there were not enough hours in the week to finish preparing.  However, be sure to visit us next Friday when we will be interviewing the blog 15 and Meowing.  15 feline personalities make for a fun story. 

Friday is also time for the Pet Parade blog hop, hosted by by Rascal and Roscoe.  It is co-hosted by Bionic Basil, Barking From the Bayou, Love is being owned by a husky, and us (Jan's Funny Farm).

There are two parts to the blog hop - your blog url and social media, so be sure to sign up for both. 

When you link up with the blog hop, we encourage you to visit other participating blogs.











20 comments:

  1. Yes, if it smells like food at our house it must be food! that is our motto! Mom keeps our food in a big green bucket with a lid....why do not know why.
    stella rose

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  2. Mama now hides our bag behind closed doors because of a similar "accident"....sheesh, it's like she doesn't trust us! BOL!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  3. She left that whole bag out for yous? Well that is just begging you to open it! Great job and thanks for pawticipating!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  4. It sounds to US like Jan WANTED you to have all the Kibble you wished fur... Otherwise she would have put it away... THAT is how WE see it... when OUR mom... leaves stuffs out... if it is within Reach... it is OURS...

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  5. Good thing that duct tape! MOL

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  6. Minko says the napkins left on the table by mistake after the peeps have a meal smell like noms, so he chews holes in them...well he used to do that, not so much now anymore...

    Have a great smells like food day! MOL! BOL!

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  7. Kilo has an act for sniffing out any food left out.

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  8. hay ewe dawgs...for onze we gotta a gree...itz janz fault for leevin de food...rite...ther...had it been cat chow ...de crew wooda did de same thing....sew unless jan wuz gonna like give de kibble two de mail dood ore sum thing...itz...her...fault...

    heerz two a frogmouth catfish kinda week oh end ♥♥♥

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  9. The bag was right there ...what were you supposed to do. I say dig in!

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  10. OMC Yous tore a hole in da bag and stawted eatin' it wight theree? MOL We wuld Nevew do dat. (paws crossed behind back) Hope y'all have a gweat weekend.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  11. Mum hides our bag behind closed doors because of similar events with previous cats... Purrs

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  12. That must have been some really yummy food to have been that irresistible! Those paper bags didn't stand a chance against you guys. So funny! I hope your Mom wasn't too mad.
    -Purrs from your friends at www.PlayfulKitty.net

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  13. MOL MOL MOL duct tape is the universal fix all for sure. Once when I was a kitty I was jumping from the stairs onto the grandfather clock. My peeps couldn't move the clock so they covered it in a quilt and secure the quilt w duct tape
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  14. Haha... we've had to duct tape bags of kibble too... the worst time was when we were collecting food for our local shelter (oops...)

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  15. It was like a buffet all set up for you. I think it is a great idea, just help yourself.

    Loveys Sasha

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  16. Oh My! we would have eaten that whole bag!
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  17. And you would have gotten away with it...

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  18. Ooooh, the mischief....Buzz once chewed a little hole into a bag of kibble that was left sitting out within his reach...

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  19. My cats do that too, I have to hide the bags on a high shelf in the closet. :)

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  20. Oh, we can't say we blame you at all! If it smells like food, it's really not your fault at all. Well, that's what WE say, anyway. :)

    Hugs!

    Moosey, Gracie and Zoe

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