Friday, January 22, 2016

HOBART IS NOT SCARED OF HEIGHTS

Heard some rustling in a pile of packing paper...it was Hobart exploring things.


"What are you looking at?"


"Wait a second...what's this?"


"Ah...a cozy napping place.  Who cares if it's 15 stories off the ground?"


Gotta love the fearless kitty!

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  1. he really is magnificent! so glad you put a blankie in the window sill for him...

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    1. Thanks! Yeah, he's not spoiled or anything, ha.. .

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  2. Last time I moved with a long hair black Cat, I found him hiding in the upper kitchen cabinet. Scared us both lol.

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  3. Another dramatic episode of “Downton High-Rise”: In this episode, Lord Hobart shows us how very necessary it is to have a butler, “1st Man-Carson, would you kindly bring me a nice, soft afghan and place it in the window and then, if you please, clean up the mess I made over there with the pile of paper?” In the next scene, we see Lord Hobart relaxing and enjoying the benefits of being the Earl of Grantham-Houston while he awaits his gourmet supper prepared by Cook 2nd Man-Patmore.
    Join us next week for another exciting installment of “Downton High-Rise” when we see Lord Hobart and his best mate Brisbane at the local cricket match held on Laundry-Room Field; Lord Hobart displays his superior skills of throwing balls (and assorted squeaky toys) to the batsman Brisbane with astounding mastery.

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    1. Yet another reason to read this fun and lovely blog. Thanks!

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    2. You win!!!! Not sure what, but you DEFINITELY win!! That was friggin awesome, thanks!!

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    3. Carla and Alison, yep indeed, great and fun to have everyone participate.

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  4. Aw...you made him a comfy spot. You can tell he appreciates it.

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    1. Yep, he looked for a couple of minutes like "um, really, NOTHING to lay on?" and of course I ran into the other room and got something for him, ha.

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  5. awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww! not a care in the world there!

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    1. Oh how we could all learn from cats, right? ;-)

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  6. wow, now thats a birds eye view!!!

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    1. Yep, he loves watching cars and people move below.

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    1. As was said above, not a care in the world (other than 'when is the next meal coming', ha.

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  8. After all that paper work, he was exhausted.

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  9. Stoytellers have been revered throughout history. I'm glad to be sitting around your (and Tex's) 'campfire' to hear your tales of daring do, discovery and beauty. Thanks!

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    1. It's like a virtual campfire, huh? Luv ya!!

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  10. How adorable! There's something about windows - our cats LOVED them too.

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    1. They do seem enthralled by them don't they?

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  11. Awww... what a beautiful cat you have :) Wouldn't be without my two ~ they definitely make a house a home.

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    1. Very sweet comment, thank you. Yes, they make wherever we are, "home" that's for sure.

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