Sunday, September 26, 2010

There Was a Woofy in My House

Here is another spot I like to relax in.  It's comfy and warm.  Mom was going to take a picture of me napping while using one of my mousies for a pillow, but just as she was about to take the picture, someone called at the back door and woke me up.  Then this strange lady came in and she had a woofy with her.

Karen Jo:  That was my next door neighbor with her miniature pinscher.  You weren't afraid of that little woofy, were you?

Of course not.  I'm lots bigger than that woofy.  Actually, I was interested in her and started to cautiously walk toward her, but then the lady scooped her up in her arms.

Karen Jo:  My neighbor was afraid that you were doing more stalking than walking.

Stalking?  I wasn't in stalking mode.  I wasn't even lashing my tail.

Karen Jo:  No, but you were twitching it back and forth.

That just shows that I was interested.

Karen Jo:  You know that and I know that, but my neighbor didn't know that.  She didn't want any kind of confrontation.  She loves that woofy very much and didn't want her to get hurt.

When have I ever hurt anyone?

Karen Jo:  Would you like to see the puncture marks?

Those were all accidents.  I've never poked a hole in you on purpose.

Karen Jo:  I know, but if you swatted at that little woofy, you could have hurt her by accident.  She doesn't have thick fur like you do.

I guess I understand, but all I wanted to do was sniff her and check her out.  After the woofy got picked up, things got boring, so I decided to leave.

Karen Jo:  You gave me a disapproving look on your way out, too.

Of course.  I don't want you to get any ideas about woofies being welcome in my house.

17 comments:

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

A dog that is smaller than a kitty? What a concept! Even if you did not get that close to her, I'm sure she knew who was boss!

pansylovr said...

Way to go, Herman! Your neighbor lady will think twice before she brings the woofie again, although we think you might have started a good friendship.
snuggles,
Taz, Runt, Charles and mommy, Anna, in Illinois

Simba said...

Way to go, Heman. You have lots of character! Good for you for not being intimidated by the woofie, and also for letting your Mom know that although you were interested in it, she is not to bring one home herself!

Brian said...

I know you wouldn't hurt the woofie Herman, especially an itty bitty one! I hope you have a relaxing Sunday!

Hannah and Lucy said...

You need a "woofies not welcome" sign on your door. They shouldn't invade your space.

Everycat said...

I think you dealt with the situation perfectly Herman. I expect the tiny dog was a little scared of such a big handsome lad like you.

Whicky

The Island Cats said...

Herman, you were very brave to approach that woofie. We woulda ran the other way when we saw it!

Caren Gittleman said...

you tell her Herman!!!

You lay down the law NOW that there will be no "woofies" in the house!!! Once one moves in, trust me...(from personal experience) your life will NEVER BE THE SAME!

Love, Cody from Cat Chat
http://opcatchat.blogspot.com

Angel and Kirby said...

You just wanted to be a good neighbor and welcome the woolfie to your home!

Katnip Lounge said...

Herman, you are a BRAVE kitty!

We think you two might be able to be friends though, especially if you were interested.

Mommy LOL'ed about the punctures, and she thinks you are a very Handsome KittyLoaf.

Cheysuli and gemini said...

I think you are smart to make sure no woofies are welcome in your house--although little ones are fun to chase!

brandi said...

Wait, we have woofie friends. The neighbor woofie, Lizzie, was very nice (they moved away). And my friend Maggie is a nice woofie, and helps her mama foster woofies, and and SHE even has a couple of sister kitties in her house and they live like one big happy family, even playing with each others toys and stuff. And getting each others treats. And curling up together for nappies.
Even if you don't want a woofie to stay in your house, they can be cool friends!

Luna T. Katt said...

OMC I'd be upset if a woofie came to mah door unannounced!!! PURRS2u~! Hope you got a nape in later

Max said...

Those little woofies and be sneaky...might be a good thing she got picked up...

T said...

so happy to see that you are still enjoying your syringe toy! saw it in the forefront!
T

Ayla and Iza, said...

We would be concerned iffen a woofie was brought to our house without warning too. Did you ever find out why it was brought?

Eric and Flynn said...

It's a good job you told her you're the boss.