Early Christmas Visitor


So, the other night we were all relaxing, watching a Hallmark movie.  We had all had a good supper and it was time to relax.  Suddenly there was a knock at the door.  I took off and hid under the couch.

I stayed out where the action was and got a really big surprise!


Look at that little black thing!  My head is about as big as he is!  Mom said his name is Ozzy and he’s my new cousin.  We watched each other and once when we got close we made some spitting sounds and played “slappy paws” but we didn’t chase each other.  I just let Ozzy explore the house and watched him to make sure he didn’t take any of our toys.

I stayed under the couch and wanted nothing to do with meeting this new cousin.  I figure Hemingway will protect me in situations like this.


Here’s a close-up of the little terror.  Notice that bit of paint on his right ear?  He was helping his “dad”  kind of picked up a souvenir.  Mom says he’s still really young and has lots to learn.  I think he was pretty well-behaved considering he was in a strange house.  I guess I’ll accept him.

I’m going to stay under the couch until he’s gone.  Can you make sure to slide my food dish under the couch?

16 thoughts on “Early Christmas Visitor

  1. Well,Hemingway, I hope you are out and about by now. Hopefully Ozzy and you to will get along in the holiday spirit !

  2. He’s so cute and sweet! You are not afraid of him are you? If nit, just go make friends with him! He’s probably very nervous and scared and if he’s not scared, then all the more reason to be friends with him.

  3. Ozzy is a cutie! Kind of weird having a “stranger” in your house I know Steinbeck but I think if you give him a chance, he will be a very good friend to you AND to Hemingway!

    Hugs, Teddy

  4. What a cutie pie. We love us some black panfurs at our house. We know you are happy he was just visiting, but we hope to see him again. XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer

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