Thursday, October 18, 2012

For Cat lovers everywhere …Our disgruntled Smudge.


One gets used to translating ‘Cat’ over the years ……

 ‘Let me in …how come you are in the warm …all snuggled up .’


‘ Get someone to open this window …NOW.’
 Take Care xx

10 comments:

Annie said...

Have a feeling he's saying...."how come you're taking pictures when you know I NEED to come in? NO I won't say cheese!!" :-)
Hugs,
A x

Twiglet said...

Fab photo Angie - and funny comment by my funny little sis too! She is the one who sits stroking the new felt and is reluctant to use it!!!

Rian said...

Angie, I have photos like that too. It's either the inside cats taunting the outside ones or the outside ones chasing butterflies and bugs taunting the inside ones. I guess 'the grass is always greener...'

Morning's Minion said...

Those of us who have cats get very accustomed to 'talking' for them or interpreting. The rest of the world probably thinks we are gone in the head!

Cat said...

LOL, I love the expression on his face!!!!

Carmen said...

Brilliant picture :D Just love the obliviousness of the sleepy cat!

Cardarian said...

Ha, ha loved the "cat talk" translation! I am glad you liked my post about the crop - it was great fun and I am so sorry you weren't there as I would love to meet you! There might be a chance soon again sometime!
Lots of hugs,
Cardarian

crafty cat corner said...

Just going to put more info on the blog about the stole, thanks for the comment.
You know who will love laying on it don't you? they'll be pushing each other out of the way if I leave it laying about. lol
Briony
x

inkypinkycraft said...

Have a great week! Happy woyww trace x 46

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Cats named Smudge are by nature, disgruntled. I used to have one. He had no tail. Or brain. But we loved him... even though he was really a she. He was Mister Smudge, the tailless, brainless wonder. Tortie too, that should explain it all.