Tuesday, March 04, 2014

Guido: Claim Your Pet!

I'm spreading ginger furrs that say this Pet's mine, mine, mine!
You're not going to believe this.  I've spent years training the Pets to do my bidding.  It wasn't easy but I've got them to the point where they squizzle my ears and feed me Tuna on command at any time during the day.  Okay: they're still Difficult at night.  I mean, trying to shift the Pet is impossible at 3AM and even the Best Pet grumbles when I chivvy him out of bed to top up my biscuits, but we're Getting There!

So, here's me, finally enjoying a bit of Reasonable Service when I caught the Pet squizzling a strange cat down the street! Later on, she went out and came back smelling of dogs!!!   It gets worse: the Best Pet squizzled the Purrsian Pest from next door!!! ON MY OWN WALL!!!

Clearly the word has gone out that there are two well trained Pets here and now efurryone is after them.  I'm taking precautions.  Roll your mouse over me to see how. And take my advice: Keep An Eye On Your Pets!

32 comments:

Brian said...

Dang! Maybe it was just a bad dream!

The Cat From Hell said...

We has noticed the same with our pets! What is worse...our pets has made friends with all the OTHER cats and Dogs on the street!
We has started to make pets out of Clowie's human!
Kisses
Nellie

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

Make sure you wash thoroughly before spreading the fur around, Guido, so there is a double hit of your scent all over the humans!

Debra Taylor said...

Good advice! You are so adept to be able to train your 'beans the way you have.

Oh, no, doggie smell!

Pet lovers please check out my homeless cat blog archives for some informative posts and stories about the cat abandoned/feral colony I manage.
Debby in Arizona
http://homelesscatcare.blogspot.com/

Katnip Lounge said...

so noted!

dArtagnan Rumblepurr/Diego Hamlet Moonfur said...

WHAT!! You need a shorter leash on that pet, my marmalade pal. Once they start making goo-goo eyes at other kitties you're in danger of a SIBLING.

Bookface said...

I would recommend microchipping both of them. Also send them for the full panoply of vaccinations, since they've already shown the unfortunate tendency to behave indiscriminately with other cats. Finally, shredding their favourite belongings when you think they're out cavorting is an excellent deterrent to this sort of behaviour. Good luck!

Katie Isabella said...

I LOVED Bookface's comment. LOVED it, Guido! GREAT idea. Let us know what you decide!

Oh and your mom mentioned the temp there. That is 100 f here...and we will be having that by July here.
xxooxx

sully86 said...

good luck guido

Tamago said...

Glad you caught your pets' unacceptable behaviors! It's good that you take measures by spreading your beautiful furs!

Flynn said...

Whaaat!!! They have betrayed you by squizzling others and the come in smelling of...DOG!!! THAT IS TERRIBLE!

The Whiskeratti said...

Oh no. That is awful news! Take care with this. It could get bad.

Photo Cache said...

you need to get tattoes on their forehead saying: guido's pet :)

emma and buster

Gattina said...

My cats fully agree with you ! It's a shame that the pets are not happy to serve breakfast at 3 am, they think it is a reasonable time for breakfast !

meowmeowmans said...

Our humans, however well-trained they are, always seem to pay attention to other kitties and woofies. What is UP with that?

~CovertOperations78~ said...

How dare they! Keep them in check, guys! Follow them everywhere, including the toilet. Lie in wait for them at the bottom of the stairs. Meow sadly when they try to leave the house. Oh, you're already doing all that anyway!

Mollie said...

Pets are so unloyal MOL, keep the leash short otherwise they run amok.. I hate other smells on my pets xxoxxxx

Mollie and Alfie

mythreemoggies said...

When my pets come home with other smells we all rub round them to tell them they are ours and not to forget it AGAIN lol

Sam said...

We lick the other smells off.

Cathy Keisha said...

Whoa! I’ve given TW permission to feed some homeless cats in the park. It wasn’t easy but I funally gave the OK since I’ve been winning some food I don’t really like.

Oui Oui said...

Oh dear! You do have a big problem! Our mom isn't faithful to us either and it seems she can't keep her hands off anything soft, warm or purring. In fact, it doesn't have to purr!

Clooney said...

Keep up the good work furring up the Pet's clothes, Guido! We thinks you are doing a great job with the training!

Dennis the Vizsla said...

hello guido its dennis the vizsla dog hay yes it is troo trayning pets is a neverending prossess!!! gud lukk in yore kampayn to keep them on the strait and narro!!! ok bye

fatimatuzzahra said...

please take care of your preciousss pets Guido..mepws and paws from Hemohemo and Hemihemi :)

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Oui Oui said...

Hi Guido & Target! We have been thinking of you! Have you been misbehaving and having fun?

Purrs,
Oui Oui

mythreemoggies said...

Other smells on pets is not good unless it is flowers :-)

Alasandra, The Cats and Dogs said...

Ours is hopeless she pets anything with 4 legs.

Jans Funny Farm said...

Way to go! Leave no doubt who the Pet belongs to!

Purrfect Haven said...

Lovely to pop by and visit you again. Love Helen, Darcy and brother Bingley xxx

Basil Widdairs said...

OMC the utter betrayal right!?!

But at least your Pet came home to mew and didn't get lost or lured away... so it could have been much much worse.


Happy Wednesday

Bestest purrs

Basil xox

Jennifer Oberth said...

"Clearly the word has gone out that there are two well trained Pets here and now efurryone is after them."

Ha! I think that's what my two must think when I come home smelling of other animals!

Ruckus Eskie said...

Ruckus sends his love to your kitty!