He was not impressed.

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We had our first light dusting of snow last week and the husband thought he’d let Lord Dudley Mountcatten experience it firsthand. (Or paw, as the case may be)

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A thorough sniff was taken from the doorway.

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And tentative steps were taken…

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Then he beat feet under the table where there was no snow.

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A few seconds were spent in internal debate before scuttling out the other end and trotting back to the warm house…

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Where a not so subtle request was made to ignite the heating pad.

Impressed by snow?

I think that’s a resounding no.

6-8 inches are forecast tonight. Can’t wait to plop him in the middle of that tomorrow.

😈

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26 thoughts on “He was not impressed.”

  1. Get Lord Dudley a sled for Christmas. If they don’t make one for cats, get him a dogsled and don’t tell him he’s supposed to pull it, not ride on it; what he doesn’t know can’t hurt him — at least, not until he has to pull it with you on it (you might consider going on a diet first). 😉

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  2. Aeons ago in an adobe house on a hippie commune, we had a cat. The house house had four rooms, each having two doors. One into the next room, and one going out.
    Timothy, our cat who had lost his tail, would go up to the door and ask to be let out. If there was snow, he would back into the house and go yowl at another door. Surely one of those doors didn’t have snow outside!

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      1. And he calls himself a cat? Not that I want to see any domestic animal killing wild ones (they don’t have to do it for food) I understand it is instinct that drives them. Lord Mountcatten has lost half his instinct, or more.

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