Saturday, February 11, 2012

Rainy Weekend

It is raining and raining so far this weekend.  Our bird and squirrel "TV" isn't very interesting because the critters have sense enough to stay warm and dry and not venture out.   So there is no activity around the bird feeder or in the yard.

We saw mombean trying to take a 'rain' photo this evening. We didn't want to hurt her feelings by saying to her that rain does not make an interesting photo. 


However, one of her rain photo 'dud' shots - we liked.


Those small lit up rain drops looked almost like hearts to us.

Meanwhile, one of us saw an opportunity in the kitchen.  A loaf of fiber bread was left unattended on the kitchen counter.  It was, however, tucked safely into its bag......or so it was thought.


The Bread Thief has struck!


Moe:  Oh no, who is so desperate?  I mean 'fiber' is not the first thing I would think of to gnaw on. 


I just can`t look!

Cookie:   It wasn`t me, but I have a good idea who might be responsible.


Yes, indeed, I saw Mike getting a bit choked-up, a while ago.  Bet he ate too much... ummm, fiber.  I am willing to bet he`is the guilty one.

Mike says:  You think it was me!!!

Bono says:  Yep. 


Also, I think it might also have been you that took the donut last night.   It was wrapped in a paper napkin and placed in the upper cupboard for safe keeping - supposedly.  It was found on the kitchen counter this morning, thoroughly gnawed.


Hummm, strange things sometimes happen during rainy weekends.......that is my story and I am sticking to it........signed, Mike.

9 comments:

The Island Cats said...

You are having rain? We got snow last night! About 2-3 inches. And now it's freezing! Hey...who ate the bread?? ;)

Eric and Flynn said...

The rain does look like little hearts all ready for Valentine's Day. Mike, we bet it was Nott Me who ate the bread.

Ginger Jasper said...

I agree too those rain drops do look like hearts and it is difficult to capyure rain. I think it was MR nobody that ate the bread.. Hugs GJ zxx

Everycat said...

Yep, definately hearts in the rain drops.

Mike, our ape used to have a cat named Great Uncle Rolag, who used to love bread and anything carby. Nothing made from dough was safe. The ape says he probably gained a taste for it when he was living the stray life. But we know in your case, you would never do any thieving evah!

Oliver & Gerry

Everycat said...

Yep, definately hearts in the rain drops.

Mike, our ape used to have a cat named Great Uncle Rolag, who used to love bread and anything carby. Nothing made from dough was safe. The ape says he probably gained a taste for it when he was living the stray life. But we know in your case, you would never do any thieving evah!

Oliver & Gerry

Tillie and Georgia said...

In our house, we vote Tillie as the kitty most likely to "get into the bread" !!! heehee
Purrs Tillie and Georgia,
Tiger, Treasure and JJ

Team Tabby said...

Oliver & Gerry,

Mike won't tell us anything about life before he was rescued. However, our mombean suspects that he also developed the habit of 'dumpster diving' into our kitchen green box because he was most likely also a stray for a while. He is also the biggest and loudest of all of us.... aka 'big mouth'

Mindy
Moe
Bono
Cookie

Brian said...

I sure hope your week is dryer than the weekend, it sure messes up Bird-TV!

Au and Target said...

Well, if the weather is bad and the critter cam isn't going well, what's a cat to do??? Watch Animal Planet maybe? MOL!