Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Looking In


I am still camping outside, but I do like to look in the window and stare at my mum - and cry. I do not go inside however, except to drink or eat, and then I run fast back outside. So as soon as mum finishes work she leaves the back door wide open, right til she goes to bed.

Mum hopes that when it starts getting colder, I come to my senses and move back in.

30 comments:

  1. But how can you have snuggles if you're outside all day?!

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  2. Enjoy the summer while it lasts, Pops:)

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  3. I'm thinking if you keep this up for a bit longer Poppy, your mum will bring out the big guns. Ham, tuna, temptations. Hold out for your favourite.

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  4. I remember the days when I'd be out for most of it. Enjoy the freedom, Poppy!

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  5. Are you simply set on enjoying the warm weather as long as it lasts?

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  6. I'm sure your mum would feel better if you were inside more, Poppy, but we understand your need to be out exploring. Just stay safe, okay?

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  7. Ah... those were the days when we could do that. Enjoy, Miss Poppy!

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  8. I think it's all about this Summer there.Enjoy the garden and play outside looks fabulous!
    I wish I could!
    purrs
    Luna - We love Luna

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  9. you are very brave to go outside. i am afraid of going out the door!

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  10. Poppy, you sure are one brave kitty. I hope you stay close to your mum and come to your senses soon!

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  11. Poppy, you are just an adventure kitty. But like Kea said, please stay safe outdoors.

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  12. I think you are crying because you want your Mommy to come outside to you for snuggles and such. But, alas, those are indoor activities.
    Enjoy your weather!
    ~Lisa Co9T

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  13. Are you waiting to be bribed with treats, Poppy or just enjoying the summer weather?...or both??...xo...Calle, Halle, Sukki

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  14. I think you would be a lot safer inside...too many boogers out there!

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  15. Oh Poppy...come inside...you'll get more scritches that way!

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  16. Why have you decided to move out? And why hasn't the human gone with you?

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  17. Poppy, why have you moved outside? It's so much more comfortable in doors and you get lots more snuggles.

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  18. If she leaves the door open for you, don't bugs come in?

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  19. We can understand you wanting to be outdoors. We like to sleep out under the stars in summer.

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  20. Oh Poppy, I think you should go back inside for a bit. Your mom would be so happy!

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  21. You're lucky it's nice for being outside. We still have tons of snow on the ground and can't even touch our yard.

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  22. It sounds like marvelous freedom to stay out as late as you like, even all night (reminds Mom of University students!) but do watch out at night, just in case there are any nasty woofies on the prowl or something. My bro Rusty met his end outside at night, unfortunately. Dad thinks it was a coyote, which is very unusual for our part of the USA, but some had been seen.

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  23. PS I didn't mean all woofies are nasty. Only a few are.

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  24. Well. as inside kitties we don't understand the appeal of being outside, but we do understand needing a change of scenery. We hope you come in soon though - we are sure your mom would love to snuggle with you!

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  25. I guess as long as you're within sight, Poppy, then have a rocking good time!

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  26. Awww my Speshul Friend Poppy. You should come in get some snuggles sometimes. You bees careful out there!
    TK

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  27. I'm sure your mum misses you, Poppy. You need to give her some kitty love.

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  28. Oh Poppy, you are breaking my heart all the way across the ocean. Kitties need mommies. Mommies need hugs and snuggles and smoochies.

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  29. what a cute and sad pic all at once. now why do you not want to come indoors, poppy? does you mum have a clue?

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