Monday, July 12, 2010

Surprise Deck Door Visitor

IZA: Wunnerful things show up at night at the deck door an I am allus watchin fer them.  Usually it is flappy-moths, sometimes it is crawly-bugs.  But last night it was a frog-toady!  It crawled slowly up the glass (how does it DO that?).  I watched it carefully ta see iffen I could get at it.  I couldn't...
It eventually crawled up ta where I couldn't see it annymore.  I stared at the last place I saw it for a while, but it didn't return.
Bye, lil frog-toady...

14 comments:

Katnip Lounge said...

Now that is a seriously NEAT-O visitor! We would have been throwing ourselves at the window, repeatedly. You are much more patient than us.

Jacqueline said...

We don't really get Frog TV here, but we know we would love it!...You are a great watch cat Iza, nothing gets past you, sweetie!...Happy week beautiful girls...xo...Calle, Halle, Sukki

Pierro said...

Oh wowie how exciting!
Did it leave a calling card/phone#/email address?
I think I would have been screaming hello maybe 100 times!

bonks to you Iza and Ayla too

Max said...

Whoa...that's awesome...!

Deb said...

That's better than anything on our TV lately. The frog probably found you just as interesting. Hugs, Deb =^..^=x5

Brian said...

I really like that frog thingy, I don't think I've seen any of those yet, yours was the first!

The Creek Cats said...

A froggy! That's pawsome! We've never seen one of those before!

Derby, Ducky said...

Ohhh a froggy!

AFSS said...

I likes to do that too. ~Artemisia

Spitty-the-Kitty said...

I never get to see anyfing as good as that, Iza. The best I ever get is a pigeon. Other than that, just the occasional bug. I'm envious.

The Human-Lady is glad Mr. Froggy made his escape.

Shaggy, Scooby and Scout said...
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Shaggy, Scooby and Scout said...

He had a froggie under the water faucet outside last week. It drips so it is nice & moist for him there.

THE ZOO said...

ooohhhh froggie.

Amy and The House of Cats said...

Oh so cool! We don't see too much around here, especially not frog-toadies! That had to be so fun to watch!