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Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Tuesday Cat Tail


We have noticed lots of dirt disturbed in our  all our flower pots and our
birds scattering quickly from our feeders...............
Seems there is stranger danger lurking in our yard and under our deck....
Introducing Trudy the Traveling Tortie
Her right front paw has a tiny white spot on it too






She went under our deck.

FYI:  I, Madison Da Fierce Feline was not a witness to the stranger danger
which is probably good 'cause I'm sure seeing me in my wild cat mode would
have been scary!!




28 comments:

  1. Oh-oh, your yard is full of tortitude!

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  2. Stranger danger! Madi, if only I were allowed to come over and sort that Tortie out.
    (Gail is being mean and saying the only type of Tortie I might successfully hunt down would be a tortoise...)
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  3. I'm sure that visitor is nice and no tortie-ture for you ;O)))

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  4. A strange cat? In your area? How dare he??? Hope he moves away soon. They are missing a cat in Norway now, so perhaps you could send him there?

    Miss Oswin from NI

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  5. Trudy? Love the name....but she didn't ask permission to invade you territory I bet did she Madi?!

    Hugs, Teddy

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  6. How dare that Trudy is in your yard without being invited, Madi!

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  7. Wonder if that interloper has kittens at your place or is bakin' kittens in her tummy! Trudy better mind her manners... right, Madi?

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  8. Ya know I love me some tortie's.

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  9. Oh sweet Madi, we're all used to visitor kitties, but most of them live out back.

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  10. Wonder where Trudy lives??? Guess she is visiting. She seems to be a nice visitor. You all have a great day.

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  11. We have kitties that travel through the big yard and we rarely see them but mom does.
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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  12. Make sure you tell that tortie gal to leave your birdies alone. It's too bad she is wandering around and not safe in someone's home.

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  13. At first we thought you had an intruder turtle!!! That Trudy better not mess with the bird feeders OR with Ms. Madi!!!

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  14. We have a couple wandering neighborhood kitty cats that we see occasionally. They never come into my yard, though.

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  15. What a pretty tortie. Madi would be too fierce for the tortie....Best let the tortie be. Madi will introduce herself soon enough.

    Shoko

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  16. hari om
    Crikey Madi - I leave the Hutch for a handful of days and the neighbourhood goes downhill!!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  17. Is the tortie nice? You could invite her for tea and treats... or you can be the enforcer cat, Madi!

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  18. Ooooh, she's really cute!!!!!! We had an orange and white kit-cat come up on our upper deck (two stories up) a couple weeks ago! He was right by the back door. I should post a picture. He was pretty cool.
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  19. waves two ewe trudy frum de land oh trout.....iz ewe wantin ta bee gal palz with madi? it wood be nice if ewe two COULD be friendz...but....we noe how that goez sum timez tho ~~~ ♥♥♥

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  20. I certainly don't blame her for stopping by, your yard is LOVELY! So pretty! catchatwithcarenandcody

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  21. Let us know if you need us to come over and bark Trudy. That's what we do to kitties who try to sneak into our yard :-)
    xoxo,
    Jakey, Arty & Rosy

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  22. Oh no! Go away, Ebil Introoder! Can't you see the sign that says 'This yard is taken'??

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  23. What a pretty visitor! Not as pretty as you, Madi ... just saying.

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  24. Trudy should stay in her own yard!

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  25. So this begs lots of questions that you will probably never get the answer to since cats don't usually beg. Who is Trudy? Did your Mom name her Trudy? If so, is she keeping her? Do you know she is a her? Does she live somewhere else in the hood? And most impawtently, is she eating your cat food? Your friend, Lucy

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Please leave a meow or bark for Madi...her assistant (aka Mom) will respond in a timely fashion. =^..^=
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TONS OF HUGS
MADI AND Mom
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