Tuesday, August 24, 2010


I thot I culd get away with it.

I, Roxie, wuz hopin' that becuz Mom is SOOOOOOO bizzy lately, that she would not com and figure owt whut had happined. And then I wuld not haev to be to embaressed.


Mom certinly noticed that my Roxie foreloxie had a funnie smell to it.
She did not laff, wich was nice. She did sugjest that, inna future, I deturmine whut is a cat an whut is a not-cat. An that I not put my Roxie nose on things that are not-cats.

Heer is a helpful guide for you:




Unknown said...

Oh dear. I don't think I'd be able to tell the difference until it was too late.


Jeni said...

Oh No Roxie !!!!

EvenSong said...

Oh fear Roxie!Not your b-a-u-tiful Roxie mane! The nerve of some not-cats!

Cactus Jack Splash said...

Oh Roxie I have been confused about cats to, thanks for helping. I am sure you still smell lovely

Once Upon an Equine said...

Oh Roxie. Yeah, stay away from those stinky cats. It is confusing. Maybe just stay away from Zebras too; anything black and white. That makes it easy. Hope it didn't bite yer nose. The stinky cats where I live carry rabies. I have to have a shot every year cuz of those stinky cats. I'm not allowed to play with them either...Misty.

allhorsestuff said...

Ha snort!Roxie...so stompin sorry!
Wa mare

Dreaming said...

Oh no! Poor Roxie! What did your Mom do?
Thanks for the pictures of cat and not-cat!

Anonymous said...

I FRIZZLE WOULD NEVER MAKE SUCH A MISTAKE...I would uhm...run away. Up a tree. And cry for Human.

Roxie said...

Mom did not do mutch. She noted the smell. An noted the grass stanes on top of my Roxie head, wher I tryed to rub the smell off.
She *did* give me peppurmints to maek me feel bettur.

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Sherry Sikstrom said...

Oh dear Roxie! my Skeeter dog had the same trouble a while ago!