In breaking news…Gibbs hung the mouse early Tuesday morning.
Third strike, buddy.
That’s 10 to life under the watchful eye of your human and no treats until I say so.
(The tossing of paper off the computer table was ignored due to lack of injury or insult.)
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Aw, you can’t be sure he did it. There are other cats. He could be being framed. Look at that face.
I saw him do it, Dan. While I was trying to sleep in. He wanted food…now!
I’m sure he’s sorry.
Yup, sorry…til next time.
What was Gibbs supposed to do… starve? 😉
Starvation tends to elicit acts of vandalism.
Yes … I have one of those too. Doing forbidden things simply to get my attention. You know that’s the intent because they hang around at the scene of the crime and look you straight in the eye as if to say ‘what are you going to do about it?’
PS – I usually give in.
I wish they would at least act like a dog for a minute and give me an “I’m such a bad cat” look. PS: I’ve been trying hard not to give in, but he’s so cuuuute!
Every once in a while I try hard not to give in too, but I think they have secret mind powers. DO NOT LOOK THEM IN THE EYES! That’s my undoing.
Avert your eyes! You will be assimilated!
Too late. I’m a slave.
He’s got more tricks up his sleeve, I can tell… 🙂
Oh yes, on that I can count!
I’ve never had cats but have always heard stories of how mischievous they can be. My dog is always hungry and is quite the drama queen though. If I attempt to sleep in, she starts pacing, then when that doesn’t work she starts moaning, then if that fails she starts crying.
Don’t even get me started on when she wants to go outside — even MORE pacing as if to say “you better take me out now or something really bad is gonna happen!” (but I know her tricks, half the time she just wants to see if she can snag a chicken bone without me noticing in time to stop her). When her pacing fails, she starts panting heavily, as if to say, “it’s coming whether you like it or not!” (but by then I just put her on the leash). All antics stop at this point because she realises I’m on to her.
Before, those tricks would have worked when I was ‘flying solo’ but now with a toddler in the mix getting outside is a major production (especially in the winter where layers are necessary), so doggy has to learn to tone it down a bit!
Gotta love their creativity though! LOL
That is too funny. Your dog and my Gibbs would make a fine pair.
A fine pair indeed. 🙂
Tsk. Gibbs, you…. Ooh, look, a Raggedy Ann doll!!