27 May 2013

In the Garden




It's a lovely sunny day






so Mum told us to go outside






and was muttering something about under her feet.






I had a good look round but couldn't see anything

under them






not even when I got close up!



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33 comments:

  1. Maybe you should amuse her by sticking the tip of your tail under her toes and then screaming theatrically when she moves...

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  2. Gee, maybe your Mom is seeing things ;) heehee
    Purrs Tillie and Georgia,
    Treasure,Tiger,JJ and Julie

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  3. We have sunshine here too today, but rain forecast for the next couple of days...

    Purrs,
    The Chans

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  4. What is it with mums and stuff under their feet.

    The Paw Relations

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  5. I would just enjoy the lovely sunshine. :)

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  6. Our Mom mutters about that too! MOL!

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  7. Oh No, Hannah, did she mutter some really bad words. Norty Mum. We all get under our Mom's feet too. Mom laughed out loud at you Hannah, not being able to find anything under Mum's foots. Take care.

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  8. looks like an awesome day!

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  9. Awwww beautiful Hannah!!! LOL!!! It is a GORGEOUS day out isn't it!??! We hope you and adorable Lucy enjoy the sun and get plenty of fresh air!! We hope you don't find anything under mum's feet but nice shoes! :-) Take care
    x

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  10. Enjoy the sun. It's drizzling here now and i like it.

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  11. We can almost feel the warmth of the sun on your furs!



    The Florida Furkids

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  12. You two are sooo lucky to be seeing the sun today. It is so wet here and has rained so hard I wont be surprised if Noah sails up the street in an ark!

    This has obviously been a good and very relaxing week for both of you but I sense a slight lack of tummy rubbing. Never, mind I think I'll heald down and give your mum some help with the tummy rubbing and kissing.

    Have a great week.

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  13. The humans always say things that never make any sense! But we hope you enjoy your outside time!

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  14. Hannah, looks like you've been rolling in the dirt. Isn't that one of the bestest things to do in the whole wide world? Purrs and hugs from the kitties at The Cat on My Head, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Josette.

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  15. It sure looks like you had fun doing a great job pretty Hannah!

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  16. What a silly mum you have, Hannah. Why, her shoes are under her feet, right!

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  17. Girls, mommy here finks she knows what that was about and she said how funny...I should look and see if *I* am under HER feet! As if!

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  18. MOL! Those Mommies, they never know what they are talking about!

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  19. Mums do say silly things sometimes. It is cold wet and windy here again but at least we had 2 nice days.

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  20. Sometimes humans are very odd, aren't they Hannah? Yesterday Mummy said something about getting under her feet when I rushed by while she was carrying a cup of tea! Enjoy the sunshine!
    Purrs ... Rainbow

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  21. I think I know what your human meant, Hannah, because my human stepped on Binga yesterday! Fortunately, she did not hurt Binga, although she did let out a yell!

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  22. With the 8 of us, Mommy grumbles about that very often! Maybe she means our furs?

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  23. Hannah I know what you mean!
    Sometimes our Mom doesn't make sense too.

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  24. Moms say the oddest stuff...we generally pay no attention unless we hear the treat jar!

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  25. lol!! :) I like your post!!

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  26. We think it was YOU that was under her feet - figuratively speaking!



    cats of wildcat woods

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  27. Look closer Hannah! Closer!! Heehee :)

    the critters in the cottage xo

    P.S. More rain for us today :(

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  28. I wonder what was under your mom's feet. Maybe she found a small critter but ran away?
    Looks like it is really lovely there. I hope you enjoy sunshine :-)

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  29. I love the sunny day as well~!!!
    Very happy sunny day~~~~

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  30. Hehehe... My sister, Tess, is sn EXPERT getter-under-the-feeter. purrs

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  31. Under the feet? What does this mean, Hannah? Our mom and dad say the same nonsense!

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