Friday, January 31, 2014

Finally, A Path

MARLEY: Here we were yesserday, waitin fer TBT ta come an shovel a path on the deck so we could go out.
He said there was no rush cuz it was too cold fer us ta go outside annyway.
But we said we at least wanted ta see there WAS a path fer when it WAS warm enough ta go out.
So, he went an got his shovel and scraped off a path.  An ya know what?  He shoveled OUR path on the deck before he went out an shoveled the driveway.  That was good, because later in the day it did get above freezing and he let us go out then.  He's OK.  Usally...

14 comments:

Kjelle Bus said...

Sounds nice with sunshine and a snowfree path !
Over here it's lot's of snow and cold temperatures.

ANGEL ABBY said...

We are glad you got out to check it all out for yourselves! I bet the pawsies got cold though didn't they?

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

I'm glad TBT has his priorities straight!

Katie Isabella said...

Sparkle is right. YOU all first, then him. That's the way it is around here.

Megan said...

Keep applying (gentle) pressure on TBT so that he doesn't lose sight of what/who is important!

Megan
Sydney, Australia

The Cat From Hell said...

TBT knows the cat house hierarchy!
Did yous catch any of those birdies?
Kisses
Nellie

Prancer Pie said...

You kittehz have TBT trained well. MOL!

So glad you got to have some outdoor time.

Have a great weekend!
XOXO

Flynn said...

That was good that TBT got your path all shovelled and ready. Looks like you got some nice sun puddles too.

Brian said...

I think that was a might nice thing!

Sometimes, Cats Herd You said...

A warm sunbeam like that and you could think about going out in the snow?!

Maxwell, Faraday and Allie said...

MOL! We laffed at the "usually" part. That's about the sum of it for these humans, dontcha think?

The Island Cats said...

You got TBT trained pretty good!

The Swiss Cats said...

TBT know how is th hierarchy of priorities, you trained him very well ! Purrs

The Furries of Whisppy said...

You have TBT very well trained! Was there anything interesting to see out there after all that snow?