Watch Cat

Squeek says:

Don’t worry, Tall Ones.

I’m on the job.

Squeek in the window

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3:30 am

3:30 am

Squeek says:

I love you … purr, purr …

I must be under the covers … purr, purr …

Rub my head … purr, purr …

I will never leave here …

purr, purr, purr, purr …

3:40 am

HELP Me.

It’s hot.

I’m suffocating.

I’m going to die here!

I must get out NOW!!!

Out of Cat Food!?!

Squeek says:

I don’t believe it!

Out of cat food! Again!

Abuse!

I’ll sue!

The Tall One defends himself:

Having enough food for just one more meal is not called “running out.”

Granted, we had very little, but no meals were missed or delayed.

Squeek and Dibble sampled from the new bag and approved.

Lizard Tail

Squeek says:

I did not mean to break off the lizard’s tail …

I meant to eat the whole lizard!

Tiny Lizard

Not the one Squeek chased, but similar.

The Tall One adds:

The lizard was last seen scurrying under a shrub.

The tail did its life saving dance for another ten minutes!

photo by blmurch

I am CAT

Squeek says:

As I feared, so it happened …

The tall ones stuffed me into a box …

Put me in a car …

Carried me off to some strange place.

But that’s OK.

I will cope …

I will survive …

I am CAT.

Life is Hard

Squeek says:

Life is hard

Then they take you to the vet.

Trees

Squeek says:

Before you climb a tree,

consider how you will get down.

Squeek in an almond tree

Squeek in an almond tree

The Tall One comments:
This past Monday evening, Squeek ran out of the house where we were staying and climbed into an almond tree. No amount of coaxing or prodding could get her to come down.

We went to bed about 1 am. At 6 am she was still up in the tree. By 8 am, she still had not descended. The above picture was taken Tuesday morning. Our friend who we were staying with then climbed the tree and shook the branch she was on. Squeek eventually fell / jumped from the almond tree through a fig tree onto the ground. After a brief chase through the garden and the house, we got her into her kennel.

She has since been examined by a vet who did not find any broken bones or other serious injuries. She seems to have recovered from her ordeal.

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