ummm - this was Sunday morning. Mom saw Doc run by with something red. Puzzled, she leaned over to find this picture. Yes - that is Mo's collar. It was rescued and returned to its proper owner. No one is confessing on how it got off...... And it isn't like we don't have enough toys in the house!!
Now, we know most of you have experienced this: the thud or weird noise from another room. Anyone with animals or kids knows what we are talking about. Well, this morning, it happened again.... the strange thud from the back bedroom. Mom debated - to check or not to check?? With a sigh, she walked back - and found Doc had found a new (to him) box and was thumping it around the room. That boy.....
Right now everyone seems to be doing well. The alcohol kittens are in the bathroom during the day - makes it easier for mom to keep track of them - she is still pretty worried. Miss Beckie had 3 kittens run for the Bridge from her house on Monday night. We aren't sure if it is something weird or if it something Bear had since he was at both houses. For now, we are keeping our paws crossed that there are no more kittens crossing the Bridge and everyone stays healthy.
I have my paws crossed too. Me and mom get really sads when kittens fly away to the bridge. Grown up kitties too. We hope everyone stays well.ReplyDelete
Here at home, noises always happen.ReplyDelete
But there is one that is unmistakable: the biscuit tin that Nelson pushed to the ground ... I never saw more starving cat.
We hoping not to have more illnesses and sick kittens.
Sherpa always gets the blame for thumps in the nightReplyDelete
Yup, that mysterious thump is always happening around here.Glad everyone is doing all right. So sad about all the kittens flying away to the bridge. It is so hard for kittens to leave. So sad. Take care. Hope things stay all right for awhile now.ReplyDelete
Oh, do we know all about mysterious thumps...especially with Tutu on the loose.ReplyDelete
We're purring that the worst is over and there'll be no more illness or babies running off to the Bridge.
OH those STRANGE BUMP SOUNDS... they drive my mom crazy.ReplyDelete
Paws crossed here for you and the kittens too!ReplyDelete
Paws crossed that the kitties stay healthy!ReplyDelete
Me and Zimmie are crossing our paws for healthy kit-cats, too!ReplyDelete
Doc... is a troublemaker! MOL what a wild white cat!ReplyDelete
We've got paws and fingers crossed for no more bridge runners too!
Most of the time when I discovered what the thud was there are NO kitties in the room.ReplyDelete
Dad very seldom gets up unless it gets to be lots and lots of thunks and thuds. All he ever found was a bunch of kitties looking at him, saying "Well, what?".ReplyDelete
Oh yeah, we hear those thunks and thumps in the middle of the night, too! :)ReplyDelete
We are purring and praying for those kittens, for sure.
We are purring that the kittens will be okay.ReplyDelete
Gotta love those strange bumps! Our house brownie makes them.ReplyDelete
Wes is purraying for all the little Kitties. It is so sad so many has gone.
Lots of purrs for all the kittens, we hope they all do well.ReplyDelete
Funny Doc - he's a busy boy!
Sasha, Sami, & Saku (Mom Eileen)
Sending lots of White Dog positive energy that all is now well and will stay that way. Momma knows ALL about strange noises from other rooms and odd "where did you get THAT?" toys we bring in...like a bedroom slipper YoYoMa brought in from the yard that isn't the mate to any of the slippers humans have in our house!ReplyDelete
*paws crossed for good health* LOCK THE BRIDGE GATES EVERYONE!ReplyDelete
Oh, and Doc: HIGHPAW on the boxes, dude! They make Pawesome toys!
you obviously do not have enough toys. I mean there isn't a single other one in the photo!! ;)ReplyDelete
Paws crossed it was all a horrible co-incidence and not something Bear brought back and forth.