Saturday, September 15, 2007

LOLsquirrel?



I was knitting knitting knitting on the couch yesterday and I heard a ruckus coming from the front yard. Went out and saw this squirrel scolding my cat at length. He posed for about 10 photos, some better than others.

ETA for Emily:

9 comments:

Emily said...

He looks very evil in that photo. Like Montgomery Burns in squee-rel form.

dale-harriet said...

My kitties don't go out - but as you saw, they sit in the kitchen window. There's a chipmunk out there who has mastered the Nasty Gesture and sits squarely on the branch with a stream of very blue chipmunkese pouring out of him, looking the cats straight in the eye. Never thought to try a picture...also, I have the paragraph break down (oh my dear, THANK YOU); next, the pictures! Next Friday is Late Night at the Ear, by the way....

Kathy Kathy Kathy said...

Kitteh! Not want.

Bezzie said...

Ok, maybe I'm a perv, but that kind of looks like a MS. Burns.

S/he does look hungry tho!

Linda L. said...

LOL @ your LOLsquirrel! Jay has had not one, but two squirrels jump on his chest in his life; both at different jobs when we were trying to chase them out of the store(s). He must smell like snax. :)

Don't know if I'll make it to the next Last Saturday Knitting. It's End Of Fiscal Year at work, and we'll be doing inventory on that day. Last year I was done by 2:00 pm, but this year we've implemented a new computer program, and you know how that can throw a monkey wrench into things. So if I'm not there, I'm probably cussing at a computer monitor somewhere in Fitchburg...

(p.s. - my random letter word verification looks like something the squirrel could be saying: "frrkjx!")

Sharon said...

Hmm... I wonder what made the squirrel so upset with your cat. Very cute picture though!

Cindy G said...

Decidedly evil gleam in its eye.

Carol said...

Exxxxcelent!

Magatha said...

So aggressive, all upright and bushy tailed, I think maybe it thought it would take over your cat's territory. So funny, you've got a shot of the 'crazy face' on that squirrel.