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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

An Intervention for Mrs. Puddles??

Even though she is almost 11 years old Mrs. Puddles is always down for scraping. This has left her with a few unsightly disfigurements. Most noticable a tear in her left ear.

Recently she has found a new arch nemesis.

Anytime time Puddles sees this cat in our yard she tricks us into letting her out and then a good ol' cat fight ensues.

Most recently Puddles escapades have resulted in the loss of two of her toenails. This will also result in a visit to the vet (they got infected) and an unwanted bill for the Stewart household.

I was recently kicking around the idea of holding an Intervention because she seems to be "addicted" to fighting. I know this because she continues to fight despite adverse consequences. This is a true sign of an addict. So does anyone want in on the Intervention?? And do you know of any 12-step programs for cats.


Blogger Rebecca said...

I have just spent the last few moments reading your postings! How fun...I only wish I had the ability to join you all in this picture-posting, word-highlighting fun fest. Oh well...I guess I might just have to sit down and figure it out one of these days. Maybe, just maybe, Mrs. Puddles is trying bring out her inner diva. Or whatever the equivalent of a "female dog" is for cats!

9:18 PM  
Blogger Adam said...

I don't know Heather. Pudds' problem sounds pretty serious. You should ask your neighbors to clear the yeard with their pup before you let her out.

9:27 PM  
Blogger Monticore said...

Rebecca- I've been keeping up with your blog too. But I agree pictures make it more fun.

Adam- Our neighbor's dog died recently =( and the other dog Frita doesn't go and much and she is scared of puddles.

11:28 AM  
Blogger Adam said...

How sad about the little doggy.

Oh, I totally understand Frita's fear of Puddles. It's not unfounded.

12:34 PM  
Blogger edluv said...

i think annette's dog is named frida, like kahlo. not positive, but it sounds good to me.

3:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

it's a cry for help! Maybe you have to send her to kitty boot camp.

3:35 PM  
Blogger Monticore said...

B- That's a good idea.
E- I think your right. Her name is Frida I just call her Frita like "fritos"

3:49 PM  
Blogger The Jay said...

You could always super-glue some real weaponry onto Pudds' feet, like a razor blade or some nunchakus, and then that puss-puss would know what happens when you try to move in on someone else's territory. Booyakasha!

7:21 AM  
Blogger Monticore said...

Yeah, You never know she could be a super cat assassian

8:20 AM  
Blogger edluv said...

i wanted to throw some copper, errr, rubber, towards that other cat the other day but heather acted like i was hitler or something. so i didn't. well, that and the cat wasn't around.

9:39 AM  
Blogger edluv said...

puddles went to the vet today. got some routine shots, and the vet said her nails were fine. that is, they'll grow back fine.

clean bill of health

12:36 PM  
Blogger Monticore said...

Ed- You can't fight Puddles battles for her also you would be setting a bad example for Pudd's.

12:49 PM  

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