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Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Look Who's Eating the Cat Food!!

^^That's a giant raccoon eating the cat food on our back deck, folks! This thing was huge. Almost as big as a pig (a regular-sized one, not those gigantic freaky ones). It was so cute and fluffy!!!!

BTW, today, I received an email from a neighbor in the condos next door asking whether we own the cat who likes to sit atop a fence that separates our yard from the neighbor's yard. Said cat apparently visited the neighbor's back deck and, when startled, trampled some of the neighbor's new flowers. I told the neighbor that I didn't own the cat, and that my cat is an indoor cat who does not leave the house. Of course, I said nothing about knowing anything about the trampling cat or that it may be a part of my backyard petting zoo. Methinks it's either Slim or Skitty...

At first, I thought it would be Slim, because he's extremely naughty. But, come to think of it, he's too big to sit atop the fence and he isn't easily startled. Skitty, on the other hand, is very easily startled and I have seen her while away the days along the top of our fence. Might be her, but I won't turn her in. These might also be the complainy* neighbors who asked us to stop feeding the birds. *roll eyes*

*Yes, I know this isn't a word, but it should be, don't you think?

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