… and it did!
This is part of the Monday Mischief blog hop. You can hop over to Snoopy’s blog to take part, just click on the link.
Gosh that does look like trouble brewing or (mischief) – no blood I hope to mix with the tears!
No, just a bit of hissing and spitting! George is such a trouble maker.
What a shot. They’re not best friends eh.
Oh no. You can almost see it coming. 🙂
WOW what a perfectly-timed photo! And what a well-planned ambush!
Oh noes! I hate cat fights. And dog fights. But watching my cat and dogs go at it is fun. The cat always outsmarts the dogs.
Clever photo! I wonder who is the boss 🙂
Hey Flo, Jet here. Hi Miss Heather.
Uh oh… not good.
Flo? Miss Heather? We have an idea if you’re interested. Our dear friend (she’s quite fetching, too) Lady Litchi Love over at LLCD http://longlifecatsanddogs.wordpress.com/ has become quite an accomplished mediator. You may want to engage her services!
Ha ha! Kitty counseling! I like it. 🙂
Thought you might!!!
Woof! Woof! Photo Proof … Happy MM. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar
Haha – nothing like a perfectly timed ambush!
What a great picture! You can just feel the tension.
That’s a cool picture. I want to see the follow up pic! My sister’s cat used to stalk Linus like that.
Oh no! Poor kitty. Which one cried, you or one of the cats?
George is such a little sh*t sometimes. He’ll sit there waiting for her for ages when he’s in that sort of mood. He has a bell but I’ve taken Fergus’ collar off altogether, so she’s effectively silent which gives her a bit of an advantage. Consequently, we have seen a reduction in successful ambushes. 🙂
Well…..it’s kind of reassuring to see George with the upper paw for once, what with the shallow end of the gene pool and everything…..
Don’t feel sorry for George. That upper paw of which you speak is tipped with razor sharp claws, which he’s not afraid to use as he strikes like a cobra.
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