Saturday, June 16, 2007

Fridge Door Won't Close...

I added cream to my evening cup of tea, pouring out a little taste of it for Rexie, who, as usual, had jumped up for his treat when he heard me stirring my tea. Then, without paying much attention, I returned the cream to the refrigerator, and shut the door. Or rather TRIED to shut the door. There was a problem with that, as you can see for yourself:





15 comments:

Bobby Revell said...

That is one cool cat! :)

Barrett Laurie--Editor in Chief said...

Ouch, the poor guy just wanted a little cream! That made my night!

Nessa said...

Oh poor cat, that hurts:( I hope his tail is still intact!

Jaya said...

Rexie says thanks for your comments, everyone! And no worries, Nessa, his tail is just fine.

Kim said...

youch Jaya....poor kitty
my internet was down yesterday...but will vote for ya today !!!!!

Jaya said...

Thanks, Kim! I was without internet for a while on Friday night, as we had a great big thunderstorm, complete with power outage. I sat alone, disconnected, in the dark, weeping. No... actually I sat reading by candlelight, surrounded by cats, and eating watermelon.

Adria Balgassi said...

Jaya, I'd like you to meet my cats. They've linked to you. :)

Jaya said...

Oh Adria, your kitties are lovely. I'm so happy they like my blog!! Give them kisses for me.

Kim said...

that sounds really cozy Jaya
we have a big storm coming again this afternoon...so I got my vote in early !!!!

Adria Balgassi said...

I will. :)

I love yours, too. You capture them so beautifully with your camera.

Jaya said...

Thanks, Kim! I love thunder storms. We don't get them all that much out here, but I remember lots of them as a child growing up on the east coast... and counting the seconds between the lightning and the thunder to find out how far away the storm was.

MaLu said...

Have you not connected the neck pain with the tail slammed in the fridge? Cats are powerful...

rubyjaya said...

Yes, Dear MaLu... cats ARE powerful. Cats are secretly in control of us all. "Hail Bast, Coming Forth, Not Have I Eaten My Heart!" (Favorite quote from the Egyptian Book of the Dead, speaking to Bast, the Cat Goddess.)

B. N. Sullivan said...

Oh poor Rexie! (And you took the time to photograph the incident before freeing his tail from the fridge?! Gasp. You'd better watch out for Cat Revenge!)

Jaya said...

Hi b.n., and thanks for your
comments. No worries, though,
Actually Rexie WANTED this
moment memorialized, and so
he patiently let me recreate
it after I'd gotten the camera.