decided to go for a midnight swim
since *I* was in the house at that proper hour for treats ...
sadly I was not there to film what must have been incredibily hilarious
Ollie: "shut up!"
note from That Woman: So, I'm calling him and calling him. Finally I see his head a the backdoor; I open the door (seeing as how it's still 80 degrees at midnight the a/c was on) I open the door and he's just sitting there, so I open the screen (ours has a cat door in it that's open but he still hadn't moved)... I go to pet him as he looked up and meowed at me, that's when I felt that he was wet. And not just just damp, but *I just feel into someone's pool* sopping, dripping wet!
I laughed all the way into the bathroom where I carried him (so now we are both sopping) and got him mostly dried off. He had the decency not to get on the bed till he was good and dry. Poor thing, I felt so bad for him.
Oh my cod!!!!ReplyDelete
dood...uh...bad nite fishin for salmon huh !!!! hope everee one haza grate week oh end, seer up sum flounder & enjoy !!ReplyDelete
Ollie, I bet that was NOT a fun adventure!ReplyDelete
Yiikes! Didn't you see the water Ollie?ReplyDelete
MOL! Ollie, what the heck did you do?ReplyDelete
Poor Ollie! We're glad you can swim!ReplyDelete
Ollie, thank goodness you can swim. xxooReplyDelete
Ollie, what a silly boy you are. Whatever were you thinking? Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista JoReplyDelete
Oh, dear, Ollie. You sure can get into all sorts of mischief, can't you?ReplyDelete
Stella, thank you so much for the Deep Thoughts card. We are laughing here picturing that dog with it's head out the "window".
Did you actually take a swim in the pool ?!
oh Cod...and thank Ceiling Cat he was not drownedded...whew!ReplyDelete