Sunday, March 4, 2018

From the Department of House-Land Security

You can not be too careful in today's times - please be on the alert to suspicious behavior in your kitchen.


  1. Yeah....I saw one of those on my counter disappeared before I could catch it. I thinks Ma's mouth helped it's escape. Time to turn her in.....
    Ruby ♥

  2. LOL When Angel Shiloh was still with me I saw that creature frequently altho it was hardly ever successful. The creature still tries to make an appearance but usually it is Lady Shasta I see but she just doesn't have the same height. Miss Maizie and that creature never have been seen in the same vicinity.
    Mom Kim

  3. HEY! Don't warn Momma! She's started catching me in the act a few times...

  4. OMD that picture is so accurate! I turned my back for about a quarter of a second to get a vitamin this morning and when I turned back to the table I saw that I was getting my all-time favourite breakfast of pre-licked toast!

  5. We will put our snooters to work on that right away (literally).

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  6. Hahaha! Tat's pretty funny, given that the noses around our crib have the combine intellect of a radish (but could definitely suss out a tasty treat off the counter).

  7. Ha, ha, ha. In her younger years, Lexi could find ways onto the kitchen counters and the dining room table to help herself. Even though Lucy is big enough, she isn't a "counter surfer." And Xena has only recently realized that standing in the kitchen yield good things falling off the counter tops while I am cooking!

  8. We are not tall enough for that job!
    Hazel & Mabel

  9. Hahaha. This reminds me of my german shepherd. She would always be in the kitchen waiting for the right time to sneak a little snack from the counter.
    World of Animals

  10. We think that is about right!

    Keep Calm & Bark On!

    Murphy & Stanley

  11. true... we miss 6 quails eggs since yesterday in the evening...


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