Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Poor Little Kittie

I was sitting in the front window on Monday waiting for mum to come home. A little calico kittie wandered by and I waved hello from inside. I knew she was cold and I told her to sit tight, mum would be home soon and could help.

So when I could see mum's metal monster coming down the street, I told the little one to wait, but as soon as mum pulled into the driveway, the little calico kittie ranned away! I told her to stay, mum is a nice purrson, you would get food and warmth. Mum saw her and tried to follow her and find her, but no luck. With the icy top on the snow the kittie left no tracks to follow.

Come back little kittie, we will help you.

Here is another of mum's attempts with Photoshop. You haven't heard of a cat bird?
"I believe I can fly.
I believe I can touch the sky.
Think about it every night and day.
Spread my wings and fly away"
by Robert Kelly
Copyright Zomba Songs Inc
& R Kelly Publishing Inc

24 comments:

  1. Derby, I completely misinterpreted your post when I saw Poor Little Kitty and that photo. I thought you had been eaten by a big bird! What a relief.

    However I will purr that the little cat comes to her senses and talks to your human...

    C.

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  2. Sometimes the outside kitties just don't know a good thing when they see it. It's not their fault, they just don't have experience with getting people to do their bidding...

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  3. Maybe, hopefully, da little kitty has a home and was on her way der when yoo seen her. We sure hope so and we also hope she just snuck out and her beans aren't da kind who throw a poor kitty out all day long cuz it's horribul out der!

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  4. I bet the little calico will come back! I've never seen a cat-bird but to think of the possibilities of having wings!

    Latte

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  5. You make an excellent cat bird! Great work by your Mum :-)

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  6. oh dear, we hope the little kitty comes back soon!

    wow, you make an awsome bird

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  7. That bird picture scairted me a little bit! I hope the little kitty can get somewhere safe and warm.

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  8. Your mom is having lots of fun with photoshop!

    Poor little kitty . . . I hope it listens to you next time and lets your mommy help it.

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  9. Oh dear. Maybe the kitty will soon come back again. Haha...the pictor of the cat bird is weawwy funny!

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  10. Our Momma does silly stuff like that with Paint Shop Pro. She is busy putting printing out a ton of digital photos and putting them in albums. Goes back to 2002. I was only 2 at the time, just a baby, like Squirt is now.

    Patches

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  11. Oh, I hope the little kitten comes back so you and your Mum can help it!

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  12. oh my..I hope the cat comes back..I really really hope she does. Poor little thing.

    A cat bird..hmm..could be the most dangerous predator on earth? Or maybe just the sleepiest bird? x

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  13. hi there. thank you for welcoming me to this cat land of blogs! I do hope your mommabean can find little kitty puss puss.

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  14. You look very wise as an owl.

    Sorry about the little kitty, hopefully she''l come back and you and your mom can take care of her.

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  15. That poor kitty. I wish it would have stayed.

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  16. Our bes wishes to the outside kitty...

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  17. Derby,
    we hope that the little kitty found her way home.

    The weather beans are talking 3-5" of snow tomorrow. ANd more this weeknend.

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  18. Oh Derby, if you see her again, talk some sense into her! I know your Mommy would take great care of her...
    Oh dear, poor kitty...

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  19. We hope that the outside calico either went home to where she can be warm or comes back to you. We hate thinking about all the kittie and woofies with no homes in the cold weather.

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  20. Oh now we are going to worry about the little kitty!!!!! Will your mom put out some crunchies and maybe a rug for her?

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  21. Derby

    You make a handsome - although unusual looking - bird. Your mom is quite handy in photoshop.

    Jan's Funny Farm

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  22. Wowie! Da colors match so nicely. Bird-cat-man. Dat's awesome.

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  23. Oh I hope that little calico baby found good shelter!

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