Monday, June 29, 2009

Repeat Offender


To be continued...




35 comments:

  1. ARRRRGH!!! Scream spit fling foul cursewords!!!

    CHOMP, above all else CHOMP!!! C.A.T. Alert!!!

    (frenzy ensues... this was brought to you by the whippets)

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  2. So why are you looking so helpless at the camera?

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  3. Nigel hasn't the funniest expressions. Love it!

    Your pet-pregnancy-prevention sticker is on its way! :-)

    Jen

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  4. What's the matter, Buggers? You've never heard of Crackers in bed? What the F.U.C.? Try it sometime! You might like it...

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  5. I think too that someone is wrong there... Investigate it is necessary.
    PawsHugs
    Yogui

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  6. The cat looks purrrr-fectly cool with the whole idea!!!

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  7. i agree--this is an outrage

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  8. Well, seein' how that is Cracker, it's really not all that strange.

    Chester

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  9. Nigel: I've been there but luckily, hehe, as soon as I join Oz in my bed, she hisses and leaves. Maybe that would work for you?
    xo
    Sammie

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  10. We think cats are like squeaky toys. Just grab and shake. Until you or the cat 'squeaks'. ;)

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  11. hello nigel its dennis the vizsla dog hay oh boy this sort of thing never ends wel!!! ok bye

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  12. That's funny! My dogs would never let that happen. They won't let a cat in our yard. They run all cats up a tree!

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  13. Uh oh...

    My cat has taken to doing this, too, actually. They're trying to take over the world.

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  14. The only thing missing is peanut butter. Yes, definitely, that Cracker should be smeared with peanut butter... cheese has too much cholesterol...

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  15. hahahaha! My dogs all say the same thing about sharing the back yard with CATS!!

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  16. cats aren't so bad - mine let me crawl all over them - they're cool!

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  17. Cats are outside, and inside cat is on back porch. Tori likes to stomp at the cats. Literally. So they live longer by NOT being in the house.

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  18. Nigel, we like cats, they are often the very best of friends as we are sure you know! It is nice to share ...... your bed.... your blog.....
    xxxx

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  19. It's preposterous I tell ya!!

    Wiggles,
    Brind'Amour

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  20. "One of these things is not like the other"...
    Can YOU tell which one of these things does NOT belong?

    That's too funny! I could use a cat-nap, right about now!

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  21. Well jest a werd of advise take it frum me DO NOT lay down on the kitty! It will not end the way you want it to!!

    Yer pal Dozer

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  22. Surely you don't tolerate THAT!!!

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  23. Hmmm. We're so accustomed to such a sight, we barely notice any more. We just plop down and they either move or ....

    Buddy, Merci & Sam

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  24. that's a huge comfy pillow...

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  25. That is one, bold cat, we think! What are you going to do about that interloper?

    So sorry to hear about the stick that stuck the doggy. Goodness, gracious! Our stick is nearly as high as our momma and very heavy so momma doesn't think we'd get stuck on it.

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  26. Are you allowing that?
    xoxoxo
    tweedles

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  27. Anonymous11:04 PM

    Perhaps no one has told you, Nigel, that CAT is the other white meat---hint, hint.
    Love, the gang in western SC

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  28. You can kiss that bed goodbye!

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  29. I think you can easily remedy the cat situation as you look very smart and strong. Unless it is a ninja cat, then I would be a bit concerned! Good luck!

    And you may just need a new dog bed. I don't know how bad cat kooties are!

    Suka

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  30. Oh no, Nigel. Before you know it that cat will own everything that's yours... and your blog will be called Life with Cats. Better put a stop to this right away.

    Chef

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  31. Woo won't get an argument from me!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  33. I know what you mean get lost with that CAT!!!!
    woof,Misty

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  34. Tuppy and Nobby say that want to see more Cracker here at Life With Dogs. I say he's already taking up the whole screen.

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