Tuesday, July 28, 2015

The Crate Looked Friendlier

MERCI:  After the past few days, we thought we should take a moment to answer a few general questions asked or inferred about our latest posts.

RUSTY:  Yes.  First, there is no such thing as a tidal wave in Middle Georgia, so we were fine, although a bit waterlogged.  The wood floor, however is very old and not sealed so getting soaked is not good for it!

BUDDY:  Yes, we do miss the big water bowl in the living room.  It was not the first time it has been spilled but it was the most dramatic mishap to date.  The dual bowls on their side over three feet from where they were supposed to be and water clear across the room -- even on the computer desk!


Uh, Jan, you need some new photos of me.  Micah
MICAH:  Yes, Jan is very glad the coffee cup had a lid and did NOT contain coffee.  Watching a cup fly through the air gushing a stream of water across the carpet is a bit ... um, weird.

PERCY:  Oh, and by the way, Jan nearly had heart failure when she saw the cup flying and water spouting.  The desks are close together and this one holds computer equipment.

CYNDI:  Yes, Jan has washed the dirty towels from both water mishaps.  We are not expecting any new water accidents but around here one never knows when another wave will arrive.

SAM:  No, despite the recent water stories, Jan is not planning to raise fish.  We furries would enjoy catching our own snacks that but Jan says we'd find some way to overturn or smash the tank and she says we don't have enough towels for such a disaster.

MARCUS:  I know Jan means I would smash the tank and cause a flood, but I do behave!  In fact, when Jan told me to get out of her sight, I looked at her face and then at my crate and the crate looked so much friendlier than Jan's face, so I walked in to the far corner and lay down facing a bookcase.  Don't think Jan's perfect.  The bookcase needs to be dusted.

12 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness you have a lot of excitement there!

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  2. Hari OM
    Oh dear, Marcus the house-buster? One alone can't tango you know! Glad you had a safe place... though spying on the dusting issue is perhaps a different form of 'house-busting'??!!! Hugs, wags, and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

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  3. Flying coffee?
    Have a great week...

    Noodle and crew

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  4. Not my fault or my kitty sisters' fault, but we have a nasty leak in our kitchen and the maintenance men have been here a while trying to fix it. Go to my blog for more details!!

    Toole pip

    Cookie

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  5. Well what an exciting day that musta been.....I'm not a big fan of water unless it's a small puddle that has worms in it OR if it's in my small water bowl (not the worm - just water!).

    Hugs, Sammy

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  6. Well...no offense yous guys but dat's why mommy sez she dusn't have doggies. She sez she's way too old fur all their antics. MOL Us kitties keep hes on hers toes more than she wuld like, and you all wuld be just too much. MOL Hope fings settle down a bit and get better fur all of ya' soon.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  7. Well, at least it was only water...wes had a GREEN Koolaid incident....
    kisses
    Nellie

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    1. A whole jug...on the coffee table, a screaming child in the kitchen, Mommy leaves to takes care of child, dog takes care of the koolaid. By the time Mommy finishes with screaming child, (changing of pants and underwear, taking laundry to the basement, etc) and comes back to the living room, the carpet is PERMANENTLY GREEN...who knew!?!

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  8. OMC it is furry exciting around your house! You certainly keep Jan on her toes (or maybe on her knees wiping up the water).

    Sasha, Sami, & Saku

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  9. We sure hope that Jan has more than a few days when life is so called 'boring'...so she can rest up before the next incident...

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