|Minko & Pipo - Nap Disruption|
We are still here, MOL!
We haven’t been around on our own bloggie too much…bad catretary, maybe we should fire her…on second thought maybe not, cause then who would feed us and clean out our boxes…and give us our belly rubs?
We did a lot of napping and some getting woken up, too...sigh...
Pipo spent a time chattering at the yard TV. (That is true wide screen high definition!)
Minko used meowmy’s sandals for his scratching post…yet another of his ‘traits’, MOL!
We both have made secret excursions into the back porch and beyond, judging by the pukes we leave on the carpet! Eeuuwwwww!
Wait, ‘we’ leave behind?
I, Pipo beg to differ. Out the four recently found, Minko was seen producing three of them…UGH.
He is the naughty dude who goes out onto the sidewalk…and nibbles the grass.
Who knows who made that other one…
If we grow cat grass here or nip plants they have to be grown in a separate room and rationed, OMC! (Else we will chew the whole lot down to the soil level.)
Meowmy thinks she needs to fork out some $$ and invest in a different kind of doggy door, an electronic one that will only let a fur with a ‘key’ get through. Then we won’t be able to use that fun swinging flap anymore. We of course will try to dissuade her. MIAOW!
|How can this visage be naughty???|
|I hang out like this a lot!|
|Not sure if I am bored or giggling... Santa paws is always there, year round, MOL! So maybe I am laughing...at meowmy! MOL!|
It has been lovely weather here, a rainy day here and there, but mostly just great. Last night it rained, but then the sun came out once again. We love us our sun puddles!
Pawppy has another kind of problem. Oak seedlings. They are all over our yard, with lots of walnuts and locusts too.
Those squirrels sure were busy over the winter.
So while we just pull out all the unwanted species such as box elder, walnut (too messy), and others, the oaks are nice trees fur sure. And they sure do take a long time to get large enough for shade…but some that we planted many years ago when our unfurs were small are now giving a fair bit of shade to sit under. Yeah!
So meowmy went out and staked as many as she could find, and sometime later she will transplant them to other more appropriate spots.
Hmmm, we think that maybe the next generation may have shade from those wee oaks. MOL!
As soon as those stakes were in, the first thing meowmy saw was a large shimmering dragonfly sunning himself on the tip of one of them! To bad her camera was in the house at that time. Oh well…She needs a camera in her finger! Hah!
|Can we go back to our nap now??|