Not my fault.
Nope, it's not my fault at all.
But to hear those darned peeps talk, you'd think it was ALL my fault, for sure.
Peeps do like to make others take the blame for stuff, don't they?
You know, if Peep #1 would just let the hair on her legs grow...
What's that, Peepers? What's that you're sayin'? WHAT? I CAN'T HEAR YOU!
Okay, the peep might have a point there. It might actually be kinda rude of me to be bloggin' about her hairy legs.
WHAT'S THAT PEEPERS? WHAT ARE YOU SAYIN' NOW?
Sorry 'bout that.
What I should have said was, it might actually be kinda rude of me to be bloggin' about the peep's FURLESS legs.
BUT THEIR BEIN' FURLESS, IS THE WHOLE PROBLEM IN THE FIRST PLACE. MOUSES!
Now here's the thing...
On occasion, I have been known to reach out and touch a peep as they're walkin' past. And sometimes, when doin' this, I might have a claw, or two, unsheathed.
And it's not just me! Andy does it too.
Okay, so Andy might have picked up that little habit from watchin' me but anyway...
Anyway, on occasion, I have been known to reach out and touch a peep as they walk past me. My intent is never to scratch 'em or anythin' like that. My intent is never to hurt 'em. Never to draw blood, either. Really and truly, all I'm doin' is sayin' hello.
But due to Peep #1's hairy - I mean, furless - legs, sometimes one of my claws lodges in her skin.
But like I said, IT'S NOT MY FAULT THE PEEP HAS NO PROTECTIVE FUR ON HER LEGS!
For mousin' out loud, if the peep were to grow a goodly crop of fur on her legs, like I have grown on mine, we wouldn't even be havin' this conversation at all. No sirree. I mean, I do the very same thing to my fur-sibs, and you don't hear them complainin'.
Okay, so sometimes, maybe you do. But it's for totally different reasons. Mainly, they just like to complain on account of their bein' ornery and stuff and...
What's that, Peepers?
FOR MOUSIN' OUT LOUD, WOMAN. You didn't want me talkin' about your hairy - I mean, furless - legs. I thought you'd be happy I'd changed the subject, and was now talkin' about my fur-sibs' orneriness.
There's just no pleasing some peeps.
Careful Seville or you mind find your legs hairless too, so you know what it feels like when your siblings reach out to touch your legs as you pass by. Hope you and your pals are enjoying the beautiful day today!!!! Love, hugs and purrs from the Serenity Cats.ReplyDelete
You mean you think the peeps would shave my beautiful furs? MOUSES!Delete
MOL - Crockett duz dat same thing!ReplyDelete
Great minds think alike. MOUSES!Delete
I thought reaching out and touching someone was a good thing!ReplyDelete
ME TOO! I'm sure I heard that on TV. purrsDelete
My human's legs are always covered with something - I don't know why since none of us do any leg tapping around here. I guess she just likes to be prepared.ReplyDelete
Could be. Could be. You sure she HAS legs under there? purrsDelete
You mean, peeps are meant to NOT have hair? I thought it was some sort of defect in mine. Mouses!ReplyDelete
Well.. It IS a defect but appears to be species wide, you see. purrsDelete
Those peeps should be glad we reach out and pet them!ReplyDelete
We don't complain when they pet us. Mostly. Usually...
Mickey Mouser and Rufus the Red
I know! In fact, I could do with some extra pettin' right about now. MOUSES!Delete
I never thought about it, but you're so right, Seville! My Mom peep has furless legs, too! What's with that?! She takes hers off with a sharp edge too. If she just asked, I could do that for her & her legs would be smoother when I was done with them. But can't figure whey she'd want no fur on them in the first place! And peeps call us crazy?! It's there own fault if they get accidentally injured, due to lack of fur padding, by our innocent gestures. I'm with you pal!ReplyDelete
Nope, it's THEIR OWN DARNED FAULT if you ask me. MOUSES!Delete
If peeps looked like cats, they would be so much better off.ReplyDelete
Wouldn't they though? I mean... JUST LOOK AT US. MOUSES!Delete
Well of course it isn't your fault. They need to give you a wide berth when they walk by. Unless, you're hiding out of sight....and if that's the case, good work!ReplyDelete
Hidin' out of sight? Hmmm... I've GOTTA try that, for sure. MOUSES!Delete
You poor kitty, I am sure you were just being friendly-peeps never appreciate anything.ReplyDelete
Peeps: The must unappreciative species, EVER. MOUSES!Delete
Bear Cat is with you, Seville. He can't keep his paw to himself. He's put holes in several of my pants. I think he gets bored and he doesn't have any siblings to use for target practice. Not that I'm encouraging you to take your frustrations out on your siblings. Mason, particularly, is always there to assist you and listen to you complaining about your siblings - so alienating her would be foolish :)ReplyDelete
Believe me, I don't NEED any encouragement to do that. Got it all in paw. ALL IN PAW, for sure. MOUSES!Delete
Who knew it could be so dangerous to walk by a cat with hairless legs! No, that cat doesn't have hairless legs. I mean the peep!ReplyDelete
Those darned moused-up, leg-shavin' peeps. MOUSES!Delete
Silly peeps. So unappreciative of your feline niceties, Sivvers!ReplyDelete
Silly indeed! Silly... Stupid... Whatever. MOUSES!Delete
Seville, mes been working on my Mommy's face. My claws is razor sharp right now and mes won't lets Mommy clip the tips. She has scratches on her hands from THAT endeavor! The ones on her face is from mes walking over her head in bed when she is sleeping...now that mes old, mes steps in whatever part of her head is facing up when mes changes from one side to the other...
Mommy says she would MUCH prefer the legs.
I don't blame you Nellie! Shortest distance between two points IS a straight line. PURRS.Delete
So tell me Seville, as you know so much stuff about so much stuff...why don't humans grow their own furs??ReplyDelete
'Cause they don't know how. Only thing i can figure. MOUSES!Delete
I do that too sometimes and you should hear Mom yell!ReplyDelete
Yeah, what is it with their yellin'? MOUSES!Delete
Ha ha had a good laugh today.x🐾🐾🐾😸😸ReplyDelete
I aim to please! PURRS.Delete