01 October 2009

Today's word is forget

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not kidding, when I was 12 we lost a cat by forgetting to bring him inside one very cold winter night.

Also not kidding: his name was Sherbet.

Oswald Bastable said...

FORGET.

Daddy has now learned to never FORGET his key.

The other thing he ever learned was that Mummy never will FORGET.

Libby said...

out

Jimmy can come out now.
He can leave timeout.
He is probably cold.

cdc said...

drift

Look at the snow drift.

The snow has drifted on Nan.

Nan will not be running naked through the neighborhood anymore.

Soda and Candy said...

Hahahaha, so sad, and yet so funny!

The Silvas said...

LOL cdc - I knew some kids that ran naked through the neighborhood, one in fact named Nan! hahahahaha

Anonymous said...

I think Ross looks carefully at the pictures. The snowdrift isn't against the doorframe, as it would be if no frozen cat was present.

Ross Horsley said...

^ It's nice to be appreciated :-)

GreenJello said...

Bwahahahaha! I'm going to have to send a link to my cat-loving daughters....

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Anonymous said...

My cats are used to being outside no mater the temperature. If you keep cat outside at least for the night it will have much denser fur and it won't feel the cold (-20 Celsius didn't leave an impression on my cat once, I was afraid it won't survive the night). On the other hand - if the cat has thin fur because it's sleeps inside in hot room it could die left outside in cold.