The Venus and Mercury Cat Blog

Saturday, July 16, 2005


Venus here -

Here we are defending our family from the audacious and wicked squirrel who taunts us relentlessly. Fortunately, we both speak squirrel and have let that vile vermin know that the yard will be littered with squiggly squirrel parts if he is ever unlucky enough to meet up with us face-to-face.

I think the collars have emboldened him. But we will have the last laugh.


  • At 5:06 PM, Blogger The cats, formerly known as CottonSaddieMango said…

    Thank goodness those squirrels don't come in the house! You'd probably tear it up chasing that nasty interloper. Your people would not be amused. However, if they could get something like that on video....

    Meow! Cotton.

  • At 6:13 PM, Blogger Heidi said…

    I don't like dose evil squirrels either. Dey bite off marie's tulips just before dey bloom and dey dig more holes den I do. Good job guarding. Da Siamese girls dat I live vith don't like dose pesky things either but dey not allowed outside so it's up to me to chase dem out of our yard. Job vell done!

  • At 10:47 PM, Anonymous Mercury said…

    My dear Heidi -

    You are to be commended on your efforts to protect your family from those impudent squirrels. Like your Siamese siblings, my sister and I, alas, are not allowed out of doors - no doubt because of the havoc we would wreak upon the rodent population of the neighborhood - the carnage would be grisly indeed.

    However, if we are crafty and patient enough, there is often a carelessly-left-open door from which we make our occasional forays into the world. We stay out just long enough to assert our independence. It drives our mom crazy. Thus the collar-and-bell nonsense.

    Yours in intrepidity,


  • At 2:26 PM, Blogger The Whippy Curly Tails said…

    Very funny. I have laughed out loud in this Taco Diner in the toasty south. As the person who is allowed to share space with 3 type-A cats, I am enjoying your blog. The posts are great as well. To note, my ex-boyfriend was stalked by a set of wacked out squirrels once--were they trying to tell me something? Keep the kitty antics online!


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