A beautiful day here at Fort Meezer. Everything in the garden is at its peak. Soon the veggie garden will be nekked again. Oh Cod, this Love Lies Bleeding has grown way too big…it looks silly. Mom says she’s not going to plant it in containers next year. No, she’ll probably plant corn in the wagon!
The sweet peas were very pretty this year and mom grew them from the seed of last year’s sweet peas. However, she only got red and pink seeds. no purple or white. Next year we’ll buy them so we get the whole spectrum of colours.
I’m walkin’ here…give me room. We’re going for a stroll Shoko, want to come? No way….I’m headed to the Lane. You yapped at me for stepping on you last time I went. Suit yourself…Shoko.
What a kook she is….winter will be here soon and there won’t be any strolls.
Mom doesn’t always put the netting over the top of me anymore unless potential danger is headed this way…like a woofie. I’m happy to lay and watch the scenery go by.I came home and ate like my food was walking away. MOL
Then everything changed and it got foggy and cloudy. The forest fires are still raging on as this setting shows us, as the sun was bleeding.
I was in the house dining as were mom and dad. Kali was trying to get up after an especially good dream of Buddy.
Dad looked out the window and said, “I think Cow Kitty is in trouble in the vegetable garden.” The three of us quickly headed outside to see what was wrong. As we got closer this is what we saw.
Cow Kitty was terrified and very agitated. Dad tried to remove his paw but Cow Kitty tried to scratch and bite him so dad told mom to get the scissors and he’d cut Cow Kitty out.
Cow Kitty must have been in some pain also. Dad cut Cow Kitty’s paw out of the pea netting and off he went. No limping just happier than hell-o to get out of the trap that had never bit him before.
Mom and dad never thought this pea netting could be hazardous to any animals but the squares are small and don’t stretch. Next year will be different as the netting will have big plastic squares so nothing will get caught.
Cow Kitty came and lay under the deck in about half an hour. He was more relaxed.
Cow Kitty had a collar on…this is new for him. The collar came off when he struggled with the pea netting. There was no name on the collar but five bells. This is a sign of how great a hunter he is.
Yes, I remember the wonderful days vividly! Those carefree days of summer in the veggie garden. I watched Cow Kitty make a fool of himself attacking the pea netting. I’m sniffing to see if there is enough water here for the peas…..if not I must contribute…MOL
Cow Kitty was delighted to be back in the vegetable garden too. Sitting up on the frame for the peas, surveying the garden.. See how well the Scarlet Runner beans produced this year.
I dipped my paws in the pool water. The pool was an oasis for all thirsty creatures that braved Fort Meezer. We did have more water in the pool. Luckily there were no ducks swimming in it. Cow Kitty would have leaped in the pool if that happened.
We were introduced to our new stroller. I had reservations. I mean a basket on wheels? Seriously? I had no idea of the thrills ahead.
Get outta here you yappy woofies….your mama wears diapers!! MOL…..hiththtth!
Kali was delighted with a slow stroll through the neighbourhood. She is very nosy and happy when out and about meeting peeps.
Kali was happy to let the woofies be and enjoy the fresh air.
We had several walks down the Lane. Cow Kitty even came with us. I didn’t like him with us, he’s too bossy. Oh mom, can you enlarge this picture? Kali is way behind on the right hand side but she looks like a dot. She always seems to dance to her own tune. Is that the best you can do? Kali’s still a dot but everyone can see I’m telling Cow Kitty off and he could care less.
We participated with the others with Phoebe’s sunglasses. I felt like a movie star but all was dark. Kali wore them too. She’s not impressed with mom putting them on. Whatever!!
Kali and I entered a few events at the Pawlympics, Easy’s Tuneful Farting, Noodle’s Tongue Rolls and Raspberries and Dezi’s Fly Fishin’. My favourite was Easy’s Tuneful Farting cause it really messed with Kali’s head. MOL Kali is embarrassed because ladies don’t talk of these terrible bodily functions.
We won ribbons and a certificate for our efforts in Easy’s Tuneful Farting.
This summer I had two teeth out and met the substitute Tooth Fairy. Scary and hairy! Mom took me for a walk on my harness and found out I can slip out of the harness like a magician. MOL….that was fun! The look on mom’s face was priceless.
These have been great summer moments in our lives and a fantabulous way to share on Remember me Thursday.
To keep peeps up to date. Here is a picture of mom’s finger without the bandage. No more drugs or pain just a little tightness on the finger. She gets the stitches out tomorrow. She’s some happy about it.
There you have it our happy memories of the summer. Tomorrow is the first day of Fall and the cold weather.
May all your worms be in the ground my friends! MOL
We are chillaxin’ around the backyard today. Several new cats have moved into the neighbourhood along with new neighbours for mom and dad. The good news is the Woofies that barked like idiots on a stick whenever Kali and I walked down the Lane, moved away. Kali greeted the black cat that lives in the house behind us. There is a young black cat that lives, we think, in the same house. The young’un’ is about 5 or 6 months and altogether too delighted to see us. We need our personal space and this young’un’ hasn’t heard of boundaries yet. This lovely creature is our new next door neighbour, Juno. She sits and watches Kali and I on the deck. She tends to be a tad rude staring at us but I guess she’s not used to such happy and pretty dudettes living next door,
Juno did pop round and say hi to us while her parents were having a BBQ with mom and dad.
Of course Cow Kitty is still here and I play with him a bit more. Cow kitty chases me and I can be seen as a seal colored blur headed toward the nip and from Cow Kitty. I used to run to the sliding glass door with a puffy tail…that’s when he used to scare me, not anymore. Every morning Cow Kitty has a play fight with the pea netting. We know he’s playing and not stuck because he stops playing and has a tinkle, then goes back to fighting with the netting.
This is my intense look.
May Good Luck find you around every corner. Isn’t Good Luck a Woofie, Shoko? Shhhh….just smile real pretty like, Kali. Please take Good Luck home with you.
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