Catch Me if You Can!

Copy of P1030195Mom and I played catch me if you can yesterday morning.  Normally she has fun when we play, but this time she got a little annoyed.  You see, it all started when the little angel, Shakespeare

Copy of P1020832That’s me!!!

Anyway, Shakespeare found a little field mouse in the house and he was chasing it around when Mom got up to get ready for church.  She saw him and tried to get the little mouse.  I thought Mom was having too much trouble catching the mouse so I swooped in and picked it up in my mouth and started running…….and growling.

Can I tell you how silly his growl sounds?  It’s real quiet and you can barely hear it.  Sure wouldn’t frighten off any boogey-dogs!

As I was saying, I had the mouse and Mom was running all over the house chasing me.  Then she decided she better start getting ready for church so she wouldn’t be late.  About that time her brother came upstairs and she tattled on me and told him that I had a mouse in my mouth.  He looked and told her that I was at my food dish eating breakfast.  She came and looked at me and asked where I had left the mouse.  I just kept chewing.  Too bad for us, but lucky for her that she found the mouse and took care of it.  She was happy we caught it but she wasn’t happy about the catch me if you can game when she was trying to get ready.  Oh well…………we are cats after all!!!

16 thoughts on “Catch Me if You Can!

  1. Exactly what we do. Haven’t seen any field mice this year. Last year we had a couple, and Astrid is our resident mouser. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

  2. We play that game with tree frogs and lizards here. They sometimes get in the screen room and I like to stash them in the house to play with later!!

    Bear

  3. She didn’t really need to be chasing after you guys anyhow – the mouse would have waited. Or you guys would have eaten it. Some things are just kitty business and it only becomes a problem when humans stick their noses into it.

  4. We’d have though that your Mom would have left the mouse to you instead of frightening it by running about.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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