Saturday, July 30, 2011

Armed Soldiers Go Unnoticed By Dangerous Giant Cat!

Anyone who knows my family knows it is not uncommon for me to come across scenes like this.  This scene is courtesy of my nine year old.



Positioned on top of and around a giant bag of cat food, army soldiers stand ready to take out this large fleshy feline should he show signs of aggression.  So far the only signs shown have been those of hunger.  And gas.  The cat released Methane earlier today. 

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Pumpkat Plant

The Pumpkats are growing nicely.  This one may be ready before October.

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Hector Teaches Himself

                          Today Hector has a lisp.

Friday, July 8, 2011

Dial M for Fluff

Fluff appears to be a Maine Coon. We don't know for sure because he just showed up on our porch one day and he didn't have his papers. But Maine Coons usually have an M on their forehead so we figure he must be one. In Fluff's case we think the M could stand for one of the following:

Mangy Mongrel
Mouse-hunting Monster
Maniacal Mad-Cat
Mutilates Mice on Mondays
Mangles Magpies with Malice
Mr. Mellow Meow Machine
Mr. Magical Mystery Mutt




Hector the Hut

gross.