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23 February 2010

Critters

Greetings to all gentledoggies and kitties!

This is a cross breed species of critter, made up of Fur-of-Koda crossed with Carpetfluff. Ma calls them "tumbleweeds". They appear all over the lounge room carpet after zoomies, vigourous scratching and other puppieplay shenanigans.

This here is a different critter all together... this one jumped around of its own accord, I was very entertained by all Ma's shrieking and squealing and jumping about but then Ma sprayed it with the can of awful smelling critter-freezing spray. HA HA little critter, no more jumping for you! OH darn... no more entertainment for me!

Mr Koda
Free of jumping critters!

6 comments:

Bobby said...

Ah killing little critters, mind It does look a bit weird, I think Brenda would have sprayed that too.

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Mom's furst Siberian was Taltia -

She left Taltia Tumbleweeds!

I leave Khyra Khlumps!

That khritter looks like a furry tasty khrikhket!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra

Team Husky said...

Oh Kodayakyakyak......

Yur Maw is such a scaredy cat when it come to BUGS and CRITTERS and things! Why didn't woo take care of it fur her, I would have!

Was there any Yak tumbleweeds on yur carpet.....I tried my hardest to leave some but I don't have much fur fallin out at the moment!

Play bows and woofs
Kodiyakyakyak

Lorenza said...

My mom would have been shrieking too!
She does not like those critters!
Kisses and hugs
Lorenza

The OP Pack said...

Those tumbleweeds are shaped so much like that other critter - are you sure they aren't the remains of deceased ones? And why didn't you just smoosh that other one with your mighty paw?

Woos, Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

Marvin -The Hollow Hound said...

when my Jeannie went to Aus last year, the one thing which scared her was the tales of the insects out there! Or did she mean "tails" of the insects?

Whatever, luckily she didn't see any frightening ones.

We have plenty of tumbleweed here!