Sunday, 13 February 2011

Visitors! .... I Saw Sunday - Week 22

 I Saw Sunday where you can join in with pictures, thoughts, observations, anything you like!

Here's mine ...


We've been having a very bold and unwelcome 'visitor' lately, a big black cat that Grace has become just a little obsessed with.
This obsession was given an almighty boost the other night when the said cat actually dared to come in the house through the cat flap and eat Cracker (our cats) food!
Well as far as Grace was concerned, this was WAR.
She scuttled after it, careering around corners, nearly wedging herself in the cat flap in hot pursuit.
Since then she's taken to doing regular garden checks.
Her little face is all disappointed when she comes in and hasn't seen it.

I can almost hear her muttering, " stinking black cat, coming in my house, bold as brass ... it won't be acting so clever when I get hold of it!"
She then toddles over to her bed, flops down and drops straight off to sleep.

Where ... I think by the jerking body, cheek puffing woofs and running paws, she manages to 'sorts him out' good and proper!


and 

... luckily Grace didn't see this!

My daughter and her boyfriend were up late and heard the cat flap go.
As Cracker was asleep in her bed they went to investigate and saw another furry visitor in the house ... A RABBIT! 

We have a sneaking suspicion that the black cat may be selling tickets!

17 comments:

Susannah said...

I love your description of Grace asleep "cheek puffing woofs and running paws" I could just imagine it. :-)

A rabbit through the cat flap! I am amazed that it didn't get disorientated once he was inside the house. The fact that it made its way back out of the cat flap shows that perhaps the black cat is selling maps with the tickets!

I loved this post, thanks for making me smile and a very happy sunday to you. x

Deborah said...

LOL ... we'll have to start charging soon!
See you later x

Harry Nicholson said...

The small mammals might be starting a revolution - against our rule.

Selma said...

That is really funny. You describe the sceme so well. It would make a great children's book. 'Through The Cat Flap.'

Deborah said...

Harry, I do like the thought of a small mammel revolution, hehe

and Selma, I think that's an excellent idea, I could weave the revolution into it! :o)

Thank you both for stopping by x

Rashmi said...

Wonderful scheme ha..ha .I do like the idea of the big cat selling the tickets....ha aha....

Deborah said...

Hehe ... thanks Rashmi, lovely to see you x

Brian Miller said...

a rabbit...party at your place!

Mamma has spoken said...

The dog sleeps while the cat and rabbit, which doesn't belong there, comes into the house. Guess he's not much of a watch dog :o/

Elizabeth said...

When you write the book, you might want the black cat as an agent. Clever, clever creature. Love the story here, real life is always so much more fun, somehow,

Elizabeth

Deborah said...

Thanks so much for stopping by Brian, Mamma and Elizabeth ... and for your comments x :o)

earlybird said...

a bit late in the day, and so I think it's all been said, but I loved this! a rabbit through the cat flap?!! I love the idea of the black cat as your agent - this is all getting wonderfully 'Alice in Wonderland'-like

Deborah said...

Yes Earlybird, that was a great idea of Elizabeths, and I love the thought of it all getting 'Alice in Wonderland'-like :o) x

jaerose said...

Grace is just begging to have her adventures made into a book - or even better a picture book..I can see her little face..I hope only cute fluffy things come through your cat flap..bunbuns are lovely..not so sure about their tinier cousins..made me smile too..Jae

Deborah said...

I love bunbuns, we call them bunnyappits, I wonder if anyone 'actually' calls them rabbits! hehe
thanks for visiting Jae x

trisha said...

your posts are hilarious!

Cat selling tickets for free cat food, mmmmm, not very impossible, is it?

after all they have been watching us for centuries.

trisha

Deborah said...

Thanks Trisha x :o)