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Saturday, September 2, 2017

Silly Saturday

Recently we had some lock malfunctions at the house.
The peeps called the locksmith w/o prior approval from 
Me.





24 comments:

  1. well all is well and safe Madi,now go tack a nap to unwind,xx Speedy

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  2. At least now you will be safe in your own home again. Nothing so bad as locks that don't work!

    Mara from Norway

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  3. Hari OM
    As one who recently had the same lock attended two times (as the first time the lock fell off after a few uses...) I can sympawthise with the tail swishing Madi! Hugs and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

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  4. Whoa! You don't like visitors, do you, Madi?

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  5. You make a very fine "spy cat" keeping an eye on the lock repair dood Madi! Good thing you were there wagging your tail - I'm sure that scared him enough to hurry and get his work done and LEAVE!

    Hugs, Teddy

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  6. Glad you were there to wag that tail at those lock fixers. We are sure you kept them right in line. You all have a great Saturday.

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  7. OH my! we don't like strangers in the house either, and Jake has to be shut in the bedroom. I should shut Bob in the bedroom, he doesn't do well either. glad the locks are repaired. I see a comment about spy cat and that is YOU to a T...

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  8. I don't like strangers or worker peeps in our house either. CH talks their ears off and I just want him to be quiet and let them get the job done and move on. Your swishing tail tells me you had enough of the locksmith person!

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  9. I hope you got extra treats for your expert supervising skills, Madi!

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  10. OH Madi, oh dear, we are so sorry that was upsetting. But we understand it is unsettling to have lots of noise going on around the house.

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  11. Good job guarding the house Madi. XO

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  12. Whew..thank goodness those workers had you to snoopervise them!!
    xoxo
    Jakey & Arty

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  13. Fortunately you didn't have to chase any of those strangers out of your house and they did a good job repairing the locks. Dad usually does that kind of stuff at our house. Ghostwriter says she's lucky he does because she can't fix anything to save her life!

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  14. We are glad you got that taken care of before someone snuck in and stole the snackies!

    Abby Lab

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  15. We had a stranger in our house, too! No rest, Madi. You have to keep watch the
    whole time! Hope you didn't sprain your tail.

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  16. Your tail was really working overtime there, Madi.

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  17. Wait. They didn't clear it with you first?!? What nerve! They cut you a new set of keys, didn't they?
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  18. Oh poor Madi, those noisy worker humans are darn scary!

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  19. You did a great job snoopervising Madi. We're glad that you and your pawrents are all safe and sound now that the locks are fixed.

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  20. Pawsome job, keeping a paw on things. You just never know what those people might do.

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  21. You did a great job with your tail, Madi!

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  22. NICE tail swishin' gurl!!! I am most impressed that you snoopervised the whole thing! I would have been barkin' my arse off! I hopes you at least meowed at the dude ☺
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  23. Dear Ms Madi,
    This would have scared me to bits and I would have gone under the bed! Not to be seen for hours! And an Intruder to snoopervise!
    Did your tail turn into a bottle brush?
    Mine does all the time, even when the guy next door shuts his patio sliding door!)
    Purrs
    Marv

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  24. Take a nap Madi. Watching the locksmith had to be tiring work.

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