Last week I received an unexpected package in the mail! Wanna see what was in it? Wanna? Huh? Lookit!!!
Isn't she cute? I squishy heart her! Daryl, a wonderful photographer, found her while cleaning up. Said she thought I could use her. I think she'll be wonderful company for Percy, now that his Prissy is gone.
BUT ... she seems to have made friends with Daryl's dogs right off. *sigh* Life's never easy with critters.
Speaking of critters, I came home one day last week to find that my piano top had become the site of a new interspecies dating park. WTH?!?
Scenes like this one took me by surprise:
In my own house!!
I give up.
Needless to say, I put a stop to it all. Fred and Bessie, of all cows, behaving like this under my roof. I may need to send them away again ...
Until I write again ...
Those bovines, they are a mess.
You've got a regular little barnyard going on there you need a little barn. they just feelin the luv.
I guess this is what happens when you leave the little critters altogether!
It's like a zoo there!
That cat doesnt have a name .. maybe you need to have a contest to name him/her ...
Wow! All kinds of lovin' all over the piano. The new kitty has found a very friendly home.
And here I thought it was bad enough just dusting my knick-knacks.
What a sweet kitty. What kind of environment has she been brought into????
I came . . . I laughed . . . I laughed some more . . . I giggled a tad bit more . . . I took a deep breath and busted up again. I thank you, sweet friend! : D
Wow, maybe I DO need to come to OK! It looks like a swingin' place!!
*LMBO like a moron*
The inter meeting/dating....LMAO!!!
The bovines have cohorts... Oh My! I can't imagine the trouble they could get into! Well, maybe I could. Snort.
You sure do have a lot of kissin' critters!
This is just gross.
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