Monday, October 11, 2010

Left Behind - Not the Book Series

So Mum and Da went off and left us so they could visit the house in Arizona. I went to Inavale Farm to play with my pals and Cooper stayed home with Heidi from Kitty Meow Meow because Mum thought Cooper might like some peace and quiet after I keelhauled him last week.

I had a great time - I got a bath and a nail clip and came home exhausted.

Cooper did not have a great time - he thought he had been abandoned and he tried to scratch his way out the front door, which is metal, so he didn't get far. Then he tried to dig his way out through the carpeting by the front door, which he had even less success at.

Finally Mum came to her senses and came home. Before she left, she took these pictures of the bird's nests in the cactus outside the house. Nobody is taking babies out of these nests without permission! Check out those cactus spines!

On her trip home she saw this paper dog at the airport. He's made out of phone books and paper. Pretty cool.

When Mum picked me up from The Farm I had this neat autumnal scarf on to celebrate Fall. Dashing yes?

Cooper went bananas when we came through the door and threw himself at Mum (it was embarrassing). Then we all went out in the backyard and got an apple or two to nosh on. Cooper makes the most disgusting faces when he eats.

Now I am sitting on the couch, waiting for you to come visit me or to send a C.A.R.E. package. (big sigh).

I can't sit here all day...well, actually I can. But you could still hurry!


The Thundering Herd said...

How could the humans possibly have any fun without you?

Fiona, as typed by Dr. Liz said...

Poor Cooper! Very inconsiderate of the humans to abandon you two (no matter how dashing you look, Doz...). I'd definitely hold out for more than a few apples before you totally forgive them. I'm just saying...

*kissey face*
-Fiona and Abby the Hippobottomus

Kari in WeHo said...

The paper dog is kinda scary!


Mango said...

For a minute I thought that paper dog was actually Cooper all stressed out from being left behind. Phew.