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Monday, January 14, 2008

A Tragedy

Lynettea came home this afternoon to tell me some sad news. The dog called Monty from next door went to the Rainbow Bridge for dogs last Saturday. He was the dog that frightened me last week. Jai and Wallis, his owners, were very upset.
That is probably why Wallis was hiding in my ferns. He can't have been upset for long though, as he was pinching my catnip this morning.

The picture is of Wallis looking at me.
Jai ran away and was found in a distant
suburb. Jai is deaf and rather a sinewy looking Burmese. He tries to swat
me when I go out and tries to pounce on me. Lynettea is always trying to keep him from attacking me.
She says we must be tolerant of Jai, as other cats attack him. Personally I am not surprised. Wallis is sensible and stays inside at night. Jai runs around all over the place.
The bottom picture is of Wallis and Jai staring at me through the window.

7 comments:

Cheysuli and gemini said...

They do like to watch you don't you. Isn't it odd to have fans?

We are very sorry to hear about the dog.

Daisy said...

I am sorry to learn the sad news about Monty.

Marilyn MonREOW said...

Oh my, I'm sorry to hear about Monty. I know his family must miss him.

That's a neat picture of Wallis and Jai looking at you through the window!

Purrs and snuggles from Marilyn.

snowforest said...

We iz furry sorry to learn about this tragedy... :(
You all look so cute though looking at each other through the windows. Love and purrs from the SnowForest family!

michico*Adan said...

Wowww Diamond,

There are so many cats near your home~

I am sorry for that adorable woofie :(

And I think watching your neighbors having somethings is funny, you are watching live TV~~~

I like that~~
I think they are chating with you~~~~

Purr,
Adan

Junior said...

I am sorry to hear of Monty's passing. Maybe Jai and Wallis should both stay inside!

Caesar and Princess said...

So sorry to hear Monty went to the bridge.
We are purring for his family. This is a very sad lonely time!