Spider and Smudge

Spider and Smudge
Relax mode, Smudge and Spider Copyright:K J Woodward

A tree lined street and cat climbing adventures with Smudge.

Wednesday 20th January



The street where I worked, just stunning!!


So yesterday I went and babysat a gorgeous two year old boy called Noah. What a cutie, just been put to bed when I arrived at 12.30 in the arvo but he had to come and say hi. We did some reading with comments from the Penguin puppet which had him giggling nonstop. All because MR Penguin did not agree with all that was said.


Mr Opinionated Penguin.

This morning Smudge decided to do some screen climbing and got his claw caught as they do.

Hmmm not sure what to do next here, help!!!

gfbvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv (This was Spider's comment this morning as he walked over the keyboard)
Spider did some more plant investigating this morning.
Yes I feel this one would look best if you moved it over near the fern.

I hope you all have a fantabulous day, felines, humans and all creatures. 

9 comments:

Harry Spotter said...

Hope he got his claw out ok. Looks warm by you. Looks like he had fun screen climbing.

Catline Crew said...

Looks like a lovely day there. We tend to get the humans upset when we go screen climbing.

Amy and The House of Cats said...

We hope that Smudge got down ok - screen climing is great until you get stuck!

Kas said...

Yes Smudge was all ok when I got him down.

Ginger Jasper said...

oh Yikes I hope you got down safe without misshaps.. Love the typing.. lovely picture in the ot.. HUgs GJ x

Brian said...

Yep, I agree, getting stuck on a screen can be big troubles!

BeadedTail said...

Looks like beautiful weather there! Glad to hear that Smudge was okay when he was unstuck!

The Paw Relations said...

Mr Penguin looks very scary to us!

We're glad Spider got down from the screen door

Kea said...

I think the penguin puppet is adorable!

BTW, I replaced my patio door screen several years ago, with a heavier-duty, more rubbery mesh specifically made to withstand pets' claws. It works well, but the cats' claws still get stuck in it. At least they haven't made any holes in it, though.