Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Let me in!

I’ve learned a new trick. Well it’s not entirely new, but it is new in that I am now doing it quite often – it’s almost part of my routine!

It goes as follows:
The hoomans arrive home and the garage door goes up. I race out of the garage and around to the front door which is next to the garage. The garage door is then closed. I will then meow forlornly at the front door until I am let in. I won’t necessarily start meowing straight away. Usually I will wait until the hoomans are upstairs, far away from the front door. They then come down and let me in, even though I have my own cat door around the other side of the house.
Pleeeeeease?
Yesterday, dad hooman was washing the car, the garage door was wide open, but I decided I still needed to meow desperately at the front door until he opened it and let me in. He looked at me as if I was crazy. Except I am so not crazy. I had important things (like snoozing and rolling and stretching) to do! He is the crazy one for waiting for so long to let me in! And who washes a car anyway? Cars are made for walking all over with muddy paws!
O hai!

9 comments:

  1. Oh Darwin!! You did make me laugh. I know cats just like you * sigh * they live here!!!

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  2. Darwin you ARE a clever kitty!!!

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  3. MOL! Good job of making your servants earn their keep, Darwin! And you even have a cat door you could use!

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  4. Way to go, you really are a smart one!

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  5. you have your hooman purrfectly trained!

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  6. Darwin, you are totally pawsome!!!!!!!!!!! xxxxxxx

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  7. If there was a Cat Hall of Fame, (and there should be) you would be the first inductee!
    Excellent technique.

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  8. Cool! We do something similar involving the front and back doors. You gotta keep those humans on their toes don't you?

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  9. Dude, you are BRILLIANT!!!

    Thank you so much for your visits and kind words for Inigo. I'm sorry we haven't been here before now to thank you - it's just been such a roller coaster. We're grateful for all the kind wishes and thoughts.

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