Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Timmy Gets Him Good

Hi Furends:

Meow, I had an exciting day on Tuesday morning. Seems we had an Introoder!
Me and Dad got up like everyday, getting the rest of the cats moving. Then I smelt him! Then I saw him! I shoved Rumpy aside and ran to the left of the bookcase, I ran to the right of the bookcase, back and forth, forth and back and Zap I had him forthwith! 
Seems a Mouse Introoder thought he could escape the cold weather by skipping without a care into a home with 6 cats. MOL. 
I took him out to the living room to sit and play while Dad had his coffee. Rumpy wanted to play and, don't you know it that silly tailless cat Let Him Escape! 
He ran under the drawers under the TV. Again I go back and forth, forth and back, back, well you get the idea. Trouble was it was too far to reach under and get him. What to do?
This Tomcat had the moves! I SquOOze, with a capitol O, behind the drawers and had him forthwith. Dad was so amazed and impressed. I took him in the bedroom and gave him a big Bitey! No trying to escape again mousy.
Once he was deaded he was not as much fun so I gave him to little Einstein. He grabbed that mousy and was flinging him and whacking him and growling! My that lad has promise.
Buttons: Wow! Timmy you are Amazing!
Timmy: Thanks Buttons. Here you go Einstein.
Einstein: Cat-O-Cat-O-Cat-O-Cat!!

Einstein: Grrr! Rowr! MINE! Roar! Grrr!
Buttons: Go little E Go!
Timmy: Now with the other paw Whack him good!

It was really an amazing day. But now there is some more excitement I want to tell you about!

The Cat Scouts Cardwood Derby is on Friday the 15th so I can start showing my car being built tomorrow. I can hardly wait! I am SO excited and think my troop, the Worldwide Wildcats, have a good chance of taking top honors! 
*I am asking all my blogging furends to come by here on the 15th and I will have information on how you can support me and my troop in this exciting event. 

Till tomorrow furends.

Timmy Tomcat

14 comments:

  1. How awesome that you gave Einstein such a great hunting lesson! Just like kitties out in the wild do!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Concats on the catch! I am sure Einstein learned a lot from you.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Great tutorial, Timmy!!! Einstein will learn good from you! :)

    ReplyDelete
  4. Pawsome mouse catch! Teaching Einstein is brilliant too!!!

    ReplyDelete
  5. That IS exciting! We never get any fun things like that here.

    ReplyDelete
  6. AWESUM job little E on deadin de mouz !!! hope tim toll ya ta seer em over an open flame with sum flounder N friez sew everee one had nice snak....lookin forwerd ta seein de tomcat mobeel !!

    ReplyDelete
  7. Very rarely does a mouse wander into our house. I can hardly remember the last time and I'm not sure but I think that maybe one of us cats BROUGHT it in. MOUSES!

    Anywho... you're all pretty lucky 'cause when one DOES get it, Ol' Peepers here spoils all the fun and RESCUES it and takes it back outside. Again I say, MOUSES!

    What is a cat like me to do?

    Purrs,
    Nissy

    ReplyDelete
  8. Wow, that Eistein is starting young! But it looks like he has some good teachers.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Good job on getting that mousie. We haven't had one in ages.

    ReplyDelete
  10. That does sound super exciting! We hadn't had mice in so many years. And then KKMM passed away and they came back. She was such a great huntress! Now I have seen a little mouse in the house every now and then.

    ReplyDelete
  11. Wow what excitement..when we had 6 cats the only one who knew the mousey mouse was in the room was Forrest...we had to move it quick to avoid a Labrador massacre ...and usually indeed the only ones we got the girls bought in!!!! go little E.what a great lesson..working as a pack like Lions RRRRROOOOOAAAR hugs Fozziemum xx

    ReplyDelete
  12. Well done Timmy! You are a good teacher letting little Einstein have fun with it. That mouse must have been suicidal coming indoors with all of you there.

    ReplyDelete
  13. We want to know what happened to the mousey? None have snuck into the house yet this fall. It will probably have to get colder. We can't figure out how they don't sniff out that you have six cats in your house and we have eight. Maybe their little nosies just don't work very well. We like to play with them until they croak from exhaustion. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

    ReplyDelete

Let us cats know what you think of our post! No hissing please.