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Sunday, February 17, 2013

The Neighborhood Watch Program


It always gives us a nice, safe feeling when we see security on rooftop surveillance duty.  
 I guess it was Tiger's shift today. :)


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  1. Aw...could I be first, and upset your regulars??

    Love your Neighborhood Watch.. Molly is ours, but not on the roof top...haha

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    1. You are first! Gloria and Pat must be sleeping. :)

      And aren't you glad Molly isn't on the roof? lol...

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  2. Pat is glad Gloria didn't win
    So it isn't a sin haha
    And looks to have spotted something indeed
    As he follows it, maybe looking to feed

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    1. Yes, he certainly has something in his sights
      and is preparing to give it a fright!
      Just so it doesn't get in the house!
      don't want that..especially if it's a mouse.
      lol.

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    2. Ahh Pat is happy because I didn't win not matter:)

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    3. A mouse would be crazy to enter your zoo
      A dead one though, may again come due

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    4. Pat, I think Martha's right...this would be a cute children's book.

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  3. Tiger is on the look out for cat burglars.

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  4. haahaa I love how Tiger is looking!!
    Pfft I never sleeping at this Time Betsy, still I have to give dinner:) lol
    And Im puttering in order the grocery things!

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    1. We just finished dinner here! So, you 've been to the grocery today? The kids are probably glad there is food in the house again! haha.

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    2. haha...my men say the same thing..."Oh, good...we have food again!" lol...

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    3. Ha! How they didn't food lol!

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    4. When our refrigerator gets empty, someone always sticks their head in it and says, "Hello? Hey, it's echoing in here!" hahaha.

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  5. haha...on patrol and wide eyed and ready...smiles...so how do yours get on the roof? still havent figured out how ours did...

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    1. they climb a tree that is close to the house and some of the branches stretch over the gutter. IT's right outside the kitchen window by my desk, so I see them coming and going. :) Then there's a wisteria vine on the other side of the house that gives a quick way down if they need it.

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  6. Just finished dinner....filets on the new grill pan...delish...
    Love your cats....miss Vivian...funny day weatherwise...
    Got some great shots of the clouds and sun...

    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. I bet your grill pan worked great!

      did you take that walk and get your hair all fuzzy? lol...

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    2. I absolutely did!!!! hahaha...
      And...
      I did it again this morning...

      Cheers!
      Linda :o)

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    3. You're going to miss those warm weather walks when you get back home! Hopefully spring won't be far away, though!

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  7. If I ever make it to your part of Ohio, I will recognize your house by the rooftop cat patrol. (Or am I dreaming up children's books again?)

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    1. It would be a cute book! I told Pat...he's on a roll in writing the kiddie books. I do wonder what the neighbors think, though. haha.

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  8. Very good title !
    :-)
    Enjoy your sunday !

    Pierre

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    1. haha...thanks, Pierre~ and yes, we're having a nice quiet Sunday!

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  9. always fun to see the menagerie in action, I was wondering how the latest surgical victims are doing, hope all is well, Its amazing how fast cats heal,

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    1. mama and 4 kittens are doing well. I'll post a picture tonight so you can see them. :) IT's always rough the first recovery day...especially for the females, but then they get along quite well after that...as long as they don't try to jump too high!

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  10. Hi Betsy,

    Yes, they definitely think your place is totally worth guarding and how can anyone blame them. I think I would stand guard too if I lived there. You just take the best pictures.

    God bless.

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    1. well, thanks....but I do think I'm lucky in that I always seem to have something in front of me worth grabbing my camera for. Something interesting is always going on here! :)

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  11. What wonderful shots of a very alert Tiger on the prowl!

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    1. He does seem to be taking his shift seriously, doesn't he? :)

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  12. Nice to see they are earning their keep!

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    1. haha..yes, for the most part, they do! :)

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  13. He makes a good guard cat!! Very alert is that cat and hope he keeps the baddies away, but he could be just watching the birds (must be another Eddie ROFL). Nice photos, Betsy.

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