Mom Fooled Us

We got all excited ‘cuz Mom said we could go outside this morning.

We should have known something was up ‘cuz she was kind of giggling like humans do.

I'm not so sure about this.
I’m not so sure about this.
The white is back.  It's so white.
The white is back. It’s so white.
Let me in right now and quit playing games!
Let me in right now and quit playing games!
I've had enough of the outside.  That was a dirty trick, Mom.
I’ve had enough of the outside. That was a dirty trick, Mom.
I had fun.  I went exploring!
I had fun. I went exploring!

16 thoughts on “Mom Fooled Us

  1. That white stuff can be tricky. Sometimes, it comes up and touches my belly. That is where I draw the line. I can take it on my feet and legs, I don’t mind it falling on my head, and I LOVE to stick my face in it, in case something yummy was buried. But no snow allowed on my belly! *shiver* Be careful out there….

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

    1. Mom says we live in the frozen tundra of Minnesota and we just have to expect the ground to turn white for several months. However, up until today it was brown! It could have stayed brown. We wouldn’t care and we know Mom for sure wouldn’t care.

  2. I’ve never seen snow, at least not yet (and I will have to travel to see it – we don’t get it here)… and I am not sure what I would think of it!

    1. Mom says snow can be a real pain, but it can also be really, really pretty! She said as long as we’re living in the frozen tundra, it just doesn’t work to complain about it. She tells us if we don’t like it, we don’t need to beg to go outside. What she doesn’t seem to get is that in our kitty brains, we figure one of these times when the door opens it will be summer again! 🙂

  3. We were supposed to get snow, all we got was sleet and high winds 😦 I actually like to go out in the snow and do a quick zoom, then Mom can come pick me up and carry me back in!

  4. We go outside but we must admit we don’t like snow on our paws as our toesies get cold.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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