Friday, February 16, 2018

Sunpuddle Woes



Faraday: Hey Maxie, according to the sun on my paw, we're missing some serious sunpuddles ...
(cue outraged tone)
... because somemommy forgotted to lift the shades before she left for work! 


*nip*  
Faraday:  BAD shade. BAD. Go 'way, shade, we don't want you here!


Maxwell: Biting the shades won't make them rise, you know. Everykitty knows that.


*cue heavy sigh* 

Faraday: Seriouslies, Maxie. If you're not going to be part of the solution ....



Will Faraday ever get his sunpuddles back? 
Will Maxie stop doling out advice and get up off his lounger and assist?
These questions and more ... next time, on A Tonk's Tail!


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20 comments:

  1. we saw a commercial once for shades that had a REMOTE!! you gotta get one of those

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  2. Faraday, really, if you can't go through an object it's best to go around it! Any lady cat will tell you that, it's how we get what we wants MOL
    Toodle pips
    ERin

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  3. Ha! Will someone just hang on those shades and rip them to shreds? That'd be the question most asked in our house. You go, Faraday!

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  4. You could chew off the ends of the slats on one side and make yourself a window! Not that I've actually DONE that ... the advice is from a friend ;) ~Bear Cat

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  5. Good thing cat bro Bert doesn't live with you. He would rip them down in no time. He chewed up our wooden blinds when they were too low in his opinion.

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  6. I'm sure Faraday will come up with a solution!

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  7. Faraday, we think you are giving up much too easily. Looks to us as if there is plenty of space between the window and the blind just for you. That is an exceptional lounger Maxie is lying on. We wouldn't get up if it was us. XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer

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  8. Well...the blame obviously lies with the Mom!
    Not having sun puddles. That is sad.

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  9. guyz....biting willna werk, how ever...placin a lever inside de bottom slot N pullin with all yur mite; WILL bring de shade down.....trooth ~~~~~~~~ ;) ♥♥☺☺

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  10. Obviously, you need a new human, kitties!

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  11. Oh, the outrage! Our shades are drawn way too much during nice, sunny days too. Something about headaches. Phooey. --Mudpie

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  12. Oh noes, shades down on a sunny day. Your mum needs to be punished. No wine or chocolate for her.

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  13. That was awful of your Mom to forget to lift the shade. I think Maxwell has the right idea about lounging and watching.

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  14. Can't you sneak behind the shades, Faraday ? Anyway, shades down on a sunny day, shame on your mom ! Purrs

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  15. We are lucky that we have the TBT never closing the drapes at the deck door and one window, and thats where the sunpuddles come in!

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  16. Darn. That's a wasted sunpuddle right there. Maybe you can squeeze behind the shade, Faraday!

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  17. You might try sitting behind it...then the shade will reflect some warmth to the not sunny side as well:)

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