12/22/2006

Formerly Feral Friday & Vishus Deer

Now, we formerly ferals know that ofer time, and with patience on the part of our beans, it is nice to eventually relax. We begin to enjoy the sound of people voices, chin scritchies and snuggling. I myself haf been enjoying the domestic life with mommy and daddy for ofer 2 years now. See how well I settled in...












But, let me tell you this, you vishus deer, I remember being a great hunter, and if you come in my house to try to get me, this is what will happen....



PS My mommy had her stints removed yesterday and eferything went well. She is sore and a little swollen today, but should feel loads better in a couple of days. She is taking it easy, per doctor's (and Hendrix's)orders, so I'm making sure she gets back on the sofa when she is done posting.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great photos! You look very comfortable and relaxed. Good job looking out for those vishus deer! I hope your mommy feels better soon!

Anonymous said...

hahahahahahaha! way ta go!

Anonymous said...

Vishus deer are invading everywhere!!! It must be a conspiracy. Glad to hear your Mom is doing well and that you're taking good care of her.

Anonymous said...

Yep, youlooks purrty relaxed there. In spite of them vishus deers!!! Wow!
We's all glad your Mommy's fingy reemoval went good :) We hopes she feels all better reeeeeely soon!
Purrrrrrrrrrs,
Sanjee, Boni, Mini, Pepi and Gree

Derby said...

Are those deers invading?

Anonymous said...

Oh we haf never seen vishus deer before. ~Merlin, Shadow, Ko KO

Anonymous said...

You look furry comfy. Are you dreaming of stinky goodness or stuff from your wishlist?
DaisyMae Maus

Jake and Bathsheba said...

We hope that your mommy is good as new by Christmas Day.

~J&B

Lux said...

You certainly look very relaxed and comfy, but those vishus deer ... hmm. Be careful.

Best wishes to your mommy!

Freya said...

Hi Mr. Hendrixs, Freya here.

I just wanna say merry cristmouse :)

Suzi Sands said...

Happy New year from Austin, Texas! Reading this blog certainly brightened my 2007!

Thanks to Mr Handrix