Wayzata, Minnesota

Saturday, February 13, 2016

Imagine this critter move

Good morning and welcome to 

First critter for today

Scooby-Doo and his little green twisty friend.

As much of a dog person that I've always been, this Saturday I'm featuring Kitty, our inside house cat.

Her alpha like tactics are still sweeping through my thoughts, (and yes I bragged to everyone I saw yesterday) Kitty, has much more than a crisp wit and steely realism to her wonderful complex catting life style hanging our house. 
Add paramedic to her job title.
 Let me explain.

Oh she looks innocent enough, but she's really a tiger, or perhaps a K-9 dog in disguise.

Who knew?

Imagine if you will, a world where critters aren't  just wandering around the countryside or stuck in a world of retrieving balls for their masters, but dutiful protectors.

she really loves me.

Just give me the treat okay? MeOW!

I accidentally discovered this yesterday while doing exercises flat on my back and obviously totally out of key in my musical-vocal-countdown.

Please don't, imagine that off key idea.

Okay, we all know how intelligent and empathy-charged dogs are, (while two of my dogs were climbing and sniffing me) as if, well something might possibly be wrong with their master! 

But did you ever consider a cat in the same capacity?

Yes, for those of you that remember my post long ago (she is the kitty I sadly interrupted in her cat fight with my daughter's kitty) 

This dear sweet kitty came sniffing to see what Dash and Misty were worried about-
and what to my wonderful surprise,
she actually grabbed hold of my shirt sleeve with her TEETH to drag me up off the floor.

I kid you not.

I love you Kitty!

Yep, she's a real tiger!

Thanks for stopping by so I could share my Kitty's story, (she got extra kitty treats too) and enjoy your weekend in whatever you do!

Stay warm if you're in cold country and if you're headed to a sunny beach, send warm thoughts for those of us tangled within the squalor of winter!

Be safe, be happy!


Gail said...

A well deserved treat. Good kitty.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, your kitty is adorable. I am glad she got some extra treats. It is minus 3 degrees here this morning. Too cold for me. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

Cloudia said...

such great portraits of your friend. YES! nurse Pixie often helps us to feel better.......

Christine said...

Awww what a special kitty & such an adorable face! She definitely deserves a treat!

Chandra@GreenComotion said...

Beautiful story in the post, Karen!
Lovely poses my Ms. Kitty!
Have a Happy Weekend!
Peace :)

Breathtaking said...

Hello Karen!:) Love that exspectant look on her sweet kitty face. She knows some extra treats are coming her way.

Debbie said...

i like the live critter best!!!!!

RedPat said...

Good Kitty!

Elephant's Child said...

She knew you couldn't feed her from the floor.
Good kitty. And a pretty kitty too.

carol l mckenna said...

Wonderful post and great kitty photography ~

Happy Valentine's Day ~ ^_^

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

My thoughts are...she thought you were going belly up and figured you didn't need your shirt any would be great nesting material.

just thinking out loud (sort of)

Rhapsody said...

While am not an animal person per say. I can appreciate a great photo, your cat seem to be trying to get your attention..."hellooooo! You Whoooo, over here, yes you am talking to you!....haha

have a fantastic weekend.

“The highest education is that which does not merely give us information, but makes our life

in harmony with all existence”-Rabindranath Tagore

darlin said...

Karen your Kitty is absolutely adorable. Cute stories you share of her as well, sounds like you two have fun together, even if you're more of a dog person!:-)

And you bet, it's staying warm time... well yesterday it was the kind of cold, a don't leave the house unless it's an emergency, type of cold whereas today it was above zero. I much prefer the above zero but talk about a confusing winter!

Happy Valentine's Day!

Rob From Amersfoort said...

Cats are great, they are very curious and caring, I remember my cat doing the same when I was sick.

TexWisGirl said...

too cute. :) paramedic cat.


Ohhhhhhhhhhhh, me being the 'cat person', I so enjoyed reading this and viewing your 'tiger's' beauty!! She tried to rescue you from the two other furbabies!!!

Exercise? What's that? Sounds much too much like a four letter word to me. lol

EG CameraGirl said...

I loved the story of your very smart kitty!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

What a wonderful Kitty, Karen!