Of all the moused-up, mousin', no good for nothin', rascally rascals...
LOCK HIM UP! I say.
LOCK HIM UP!
That darned, moused-up weasel...
I mean, RODENT.
I MEAN, GROUNDHOG.
LOCK HIM UP.
I'm tellin' ya, that ol' Shubenacadie Sam has some serious answerin' to do.
It was less than two months ago, when there he was, spoutin' his lies, all over the Internet. "I didn't see my shadow," he said. "It's gonna be an early spring, for sure."
Lies, lies... ALL OF THEM, LIES!
The very ePitome of FaKe News, for sure.
And now, here we are, at the END of March, well past the official start of spring...
And where is our spring, you ask?
Well I can tell you where it isn't. It most certainly isn't here.
But do you know what is? Do you know what is here, my friends?
I'll tell ya what's here. I'll tell you what's outside. I'll tell you what's outside, for sure.
Now in what universe does a kitty associate spring, with snow?
And not only is there snow, it's even kinda cold outside.
And what does that rascally rabbit...
I mean, VARMINT...
I MEAN, GROUNDHOG, have to say? What is Shubenacadie Sam sayin' about his false forecasting 'bout an early spring?
Just because I SAID there'd be an early spring, you didn't have to believe me.
Yup, that's an exact quote, for sure.
I have it on tape, and everythin'.
Oh how quickly his tune has changed from only a mere few weeks ago.
You believed me because you WANTED to believe me, Seville. You WANTED an early spring. Never once did I FORCE you to believe it would actually happen.
And I CERTAINLY never made you repeat what I said.
Sam, what the mouses do you think the share button is for?
It's like ol' Shubie was sittin' down in his Mama Nature's basement, sluggin' back the nip - or whatever varmints take - just Makin' up FanciFul, Fictional Forecasts for Sale.
Well! Well I know what I'll do. I know what I'll do, for sure. The NEXT time I want a weather forecast, I'll...
Oh for the love of mouses, I honestly don't know WHAT I'll do. I could listen to the weatherpeeps, I suppose, but they're not really known for havin' accurate forecastin' abilities, either.
Ya just can't trust rodents.ReplyDelete
Nope. They're the most untrustworthy varmints, for sure. 'Cept for weasels, of course. MOUSES!Delete
Our weather peeps are as smart as the groundhog, and that's really scary!ReplyDelete
Oh my mouses... IT IS! purrsDelete
That's completely unfair! Groundhogs, never beleive 'em.ReplyDelete
You'd think I'd have learned by now. *sighs* purrsDelete
That's horrible. I can do without that white stuff.ReplyDelete
Seriously. A cat cannot grow the nip when the white stuff covers the ground. MOUSES!Delete
I would guess that the groundhog's pants are on fire. At least we can make smores while we wait for Spring.ReplyDelete
And maybe the heat produced could melt some of the snow. MOUSES!Delete
We hear ya, Sivvers. The groundhog here didn't do so great prognosticating, either. MOUSES!ReplyDelete
What is WRONG with these groundhogs? What is wrong? Maybe they flunked weather forecastin' school? purrsDelete
It's disgusting all right! What business do hibernating marmots have forecasting Spring anyhow?ReplyDelete
Tell me about it! Seems to me that ALL the hibernatin' marmots got it wrong this year, for sure. MOUSES!Delete
Spring was late getting here too... at least it arrived at our house! I think it's time for you guys to gather up the pitchforks and start rioting!ReplyDelete
You think that would work? I'm about ready to try just about anythin'. i wonder if there's a pitchfork in the garage. purrsDelete
Yikes! I wonder if that Sam character was hired by the presidential team and used FaceBook info to cause that fake news??? Or did I just make that up? Hmm not sure but one thing For Sure, is that it ain't spring thats sprung just another cold bud of winter!ReplyDelete
Toodle pips and purrs
I'm pretty sure they were colluding, for sure. Or maybe they were canoodling. Gotta be ONE of the two. MOUSES!Delete
I'm afraid that groundhog needs glasses or something - he was surely WRONG when he said he could see and feel Spring comin' ! Never trust a groundhog right Seville??ReplyDelete
Maybe THAT'S it! I've never seen a groundhog wearin' glasses. Maybe they need 'em. MOUSES!Delete
Who could trust a groundhog ? Really ? PurrsReplyDelete
Absolutely no one, I'm afraid. MOUSES!Delete
Well, that groundhog was wrong here, too! We just had a Nor'Easter!ReplyDelete
Us too! Fourth in a couple of weeks. MOUSES!Delete
That groundhog needs to fess up and admit that he gave fake news! He's like many peeps these days that don't want to take responsibility for what comes out of their mouths. Tee hee hee.ReplyDelete
He sure does. One of these days I'm gonna give him the ol' smacky-paw, for sure. MOUSES!Delete
Rufus the Mountain Beaver made his prediction for Western Washington, and he did not know what he was talkin' 'bout either! Where did all these strange varmits and vermin learn to predict the weather anyway? No where, we say! Following you now on Bloglovin. (felinecafe.net)ReplyDelete
They must have some kinda special varmint school, or somethin' like that. I don't think it can be a very good school. After all, they apparently don't learn anythin'. MOUSES!Delete
Can't trust anything we see on the news.ReplyDelete
'Least not if it's comin' from weasels... I MEAN, varmints. MOUSES!Delete
That's cold (pun not intended). Maybe the groundhogs are in with the Weasel Syndicate?!?ReplyDelete
I'm thinkin' there's a connection there, for sure. MOUSES!Delete
It's no good asking me where Spring is. We have been forecast more snow for tomorrow. That will be the 3rd time this month. Have they forgotten we are NOT supposed to get snow here.ReplyDelete
MORE snow? MOUSES! And I thought we had it bad. The snow we got last time is still here, but at least the sun came out today. Not warm enough for a complete meltdown, though. MOUSES!Delete
Snow? Good grief, Seville, to be honest you should have your first green shoots right?ReplyDelete
We had an exceptional summer this year so I dearly hope I can pass it on to you all in Canada!
Yup, and there's still snow here, today. TODAY. Can you believe it? MOUSES!Delete
Groundhogs these days! They're just not the honest souls they used to be. Sad how the world has devolved. Maybe cats need to take over?ReplyDelete
They're in cahoots with the weasels, for sure. And you can NEVER trust a varmint whose in cahoots with a weasel. MOUSES!Delete
I don't blame you!! I have been frustrated waiting for spring.ReplyDelete
I want warm sunpuddles and fresh, green grass. Instead all we've got is snow. MOUSES!Delete
Yeah - it's out like a lion for sure. Lying scoundrel. SO tired of winter. False hope. The worst. We have inches of snow coming next week. Ugh.ReplyDelete
Sam said... He SAID... He said nothin' but a whole bunch of lies. MOUSES!Delete
I can totally understand your frustration! I'm waiting on Spring too! MOUSES!ReplyDelete
And did you know, we STILL have snow? Not a lot. Most of it has melted. But there are still patches everywhere. MOUSES!Delete
Kilo the Pug for once would agree with a cat- that rodent lied it seems- Mouses indeed (we have had a few here- very pesky). Spring has not sprung here and he is mad.ReplyDelete
I've never actually met any myself, but Sam is well known, for sure. Little TOO WELL KNOWN, if you ask me. MOUSES!Delete
Even tough guy Rufus is not fond of winter snow. No matter which door to the outside he takes, there it is. And it was so sunny yesterday. You just can’t win.ReplyDelete
I know! You go to the front door, and there's snow. You go to the back, and there's MORE snow. That darned snow is everywhere! MOUSES!Delete
We smell collusion a mile away! That was definitely fake news and now he says you shouldn't have believed him! There's still more snow coming in April for us, sadly. We wonder when Freddie and Kruger (the two groundhogs) will come out from under our shed! They can stay there for all we care, because they always eat our sunflower shoots, not cool!ReplyDelete
I smell collusion, too. And just wait 'till the poopsickles start meltin' when spring DOES finally show its face. Then we'll be smellin' collusion for sure. MOUSES!Delete