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Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Snotdog and friend

The neighborhood cat walked up to the door, saw Spud and arched it's back and hissed.....Snotdog thought this was a sign to play! He started jumping up and down in a playful manner.....Geeze, nice watch dog!!!



(I'm getting back to visiting a few of you at a time. If I haven't been to your posts lately, I'll be there soon!)
Peace

25 comments:

The Mama Bear said...

I have pictures of Snotdog jumping through the window in my head now.
Too funny....and cute.
Have a marvelous day.
Hugs,
Mama Bear

Roger said...

If looks could kill hahaha that cat looks pissed! Great capture of the moment Odat! :D

buffalodickdy said...

Cats know how to push dog buttons! Ever see a dog catch a cat? Nobody has!

Matt-Man said...

Peace Odat. And tell Snotdog not to eat the cat. Cheers!!

The CEO said...

This is great news for Snotdog! I have't written anything since my surgery, I'm just getting back out myself! It's good seeing you!

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

oh how adorable he is!!!

smiles, bee
xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo

Paul said...

Ya gotta love Snotdog!!!

Sarge Charlie said...

Wow, is he still thinking about Mini, they played good together on the cyber cruise. Here is your daily squeeze HUG, HUG, HUG

Heart of Rachel said...

He must be a very friendly and affectionate dog. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

As far as watch dogs go, be thankful Snot can't talk and say "The jewels are over there".....LOL
Welcome back, my friend.
Smiles,
Twinhead

Open Grove Claudia said...

I do love Spud. He's such a wonderful little angel. I'm glad you have him now.

Hey, while you were out, I gave you an award - excellent blog. It's on my page - and so well deserved.

You remain in my thoughts and prayers.

katherine. said...

I have a book called "101 Uses for a Dead Cat" if snotdog wants to borrow it....

Akelamalu said...

Cat's just love tormenting dogs!

Still sending good thoughts and oodles of Reiki to you. x

Real Live Lesbian said...

How cute!

Ralph said...

If you want a watchcat instead of a watchdog, you had better chain your posessions down so they'll be there in the morning.

Spud, on the other hand, is your best insurance against other nefarious beasts.

Spud is so ferocious that he would scare the perpetrator away...I hope

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Great shot! I think the cat is saying, "What are YOU doing here?"

And Spud is saying, "One bite, you little rodent."

It's High Noon at the OK Corral.

M@ said...

Either I'm projecting or that dawg is lonely.

My Reflecting Pool said...

I just love your little snot dog!!!

Jeff B said...

The cat has that typical, "Just take one step out here and I'll rip your eyes out!" look.

Nosjunkie said...

That is so sweet
thats cat looks like he has had a total sens of humar failure

Amazing Gracie said...

One of my friends and her family all had pugs. I called them Frog Dogs because they reminded me of frogs, which I happen to like a lot!
We have a neighborhood cat that likes to torment my girls (dogs). Cats can be such brats!!! Comedy Plus uses Bucky from "Get Fuzzy" as an icon on her blog. He's the antithesis of Garfield. And deliciously funny!!!
Smiles and rainbows...
~~~Blessings~~~

Patti said...

Odat that cat looks mean. I think all cats should stay in the house! all the time.

Poor Spud

Mo said...

Love that cat's "nyah nyah nyah, I'm on the other side of the glass" look!

♥ to U

crazy working mom said...

Heh heh heh...very cute! I definitely think the cat is taunting, though. :)

Lizza said...

Ohhh, that is a priceless picture! I love both Snotdog and the cat.