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Saturday, June 21, 2014

Roof Top Surveillance Duty


I was sweeping off the front porch and happened to look up!
Looks like Slate has become the newest member of
security around here.  Look at that face!
He's taking the job very seriously!


52 comments:

  1. Ha! I think he has spotted a pesky squirrel in the closest tree.

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  2. haha he sees something of note
    Or something gets the scary vote

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    1. Maybe it was that goat
      wanting back his skin.
      He has my vote ~
      that bag was a sin!

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    2. haha hunting you down
      Goats ascending upon your town

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  3. What a great photo op! Enjoy your weekend.

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    1. I was surprised he was still there when I came back with my camera!

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  4. The better to see the birds.

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    1. yep....you can look them in the eye up there!

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    2. I was just telling Hannah it time to watch "Fiddler on the Roof" again.

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  5. Could his eyes get any bigger? Too funny. I don't think he is surveying... I think he is a-preying!

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  6. He does look serious! What a great photo! Happy weekend to you!

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    1. Eileen ~ there's almost always a cat on the roof here. It's kinda of hilarious. I always wonder what the neighbors think. :)

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  7. Haha Slater is really funny!
    Look him in the roof to!
    He grow more!

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    1. He's still such a sweetie, too. He's one of our favorites!

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    2. Hey Gloria, I'm using your honey mustard glaze on my grilled chicken tonight! yum!

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    3. Aww Betsy you will love.!
      I was thinking in make it again for tomorrow but Im not sure if I have chicken:)
      My mom asked me the recipe too:)

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    4. I just have boneless, skinless breasts, but I think it will still be tasty!

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  8. Yes, there's definitely something that's caught his attention.

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    1. I'm glad he didn't leap off to get it! ha.

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  9. It certainly looks as though he is concentrating on something!!! Good news on the laundry - shame that it doesn't last longer, but it is a great feeling isn't it!! Oh, I nearly forgot, great job on working out what WIP's are! xx

    p.s. Eddie, WIP's are not anything scary!!!! It stands for Work in Progress in crafting terms!!

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    1. Yep...took me a few minutes, but I figured it out. I don't do crafts, but I have a studio full of WIPs. ha.

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  10. This is priceless! He's showing you his appreciation for all you've done for him (minus the neutering, of course). :-) What a great little character! Did he get down on his own? If so, he gets bonus points. By the way, did Rocky ever return? Lynne in NC

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    1. Yes, they get up through a tree who's branches reach the roof top and then down the same way. I've only rescued one cat from the roof...Cocoa on his first attempt and he was sooo little and scared he couldn't handle the downgrade of the roof...going up is so much easier than down! ha.

      Rocky has never come back! I'm a little disappointed. He was such a handsome guy.

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  11. you shoudl feel very safe in knowing things are under observation!! excellent!!!

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    1. That is so true! Round the clock protection! haha.

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  12. Don't be fooled. He is guarding HIS property and watching over his SERVANTS!

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    1. Yes, you are probably right! I only think I own this house!

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  13. Slate on the slates!
    Reminds me almost of "Cat on a hot tin roof!" except it isn't tin.
    Yes he would make a good sentry, "Halt! who goes there?" we wou;d say in BritLand. :)

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    1. Slate on the slates....lol...

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    2. Hope he does not spend all night on the tiles !!!!
      The stop out!! ROFL

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  14. If I were walking up to your door, I'd think twice before going any further!

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    1. I think you would be fine...unless you were a bird or a squirrel. :)

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  15. I bet the birds are secure all right! Very cute photo. Have a great weekend. Taria

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    1. Thanks Taria....hope yours is wonderful, too! ;)

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  16. At least he hasn't gotten himself trapped in that tree. My daughter's cat Yoda has had to be 'rescued' several times, lucky they have a really long extension ladder.

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    1. That would be really bad here since we don't have an extension ladder! At least the older cats can show the newer ones how it's done.

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  17. hahahahaha..Slate really looks like a security guard, serious about his job..

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    1. Doesn't he? He is so funny! That face really cracks me up!

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    1. Well, up was the only way to take the pic! ha.

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  19. I laugh every time I look at this... his expression is hilarious. Almost looks like a cartoon cat.

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    1. He really does! I should have given him a speech bubble! ha. Something about what he could see through the neighbor's window...lol....he looks like Mrs. Kravitz from Bewitched! lol...

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  20. Oh my - nun s&p shakers and baseball glove/ball shakers - too darn cute!

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