Wordless Wednesday: An uneasy truce?

March 4, 2009 at 7:00 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 14 Comments


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  1. O.M.G! That is classic cat behavior!! “If I ignore him maybe he’ll just go away”. Baby O is so cute trying to get his attention. “Hey buddy look over here!”. The fact that Puck stayed on the ottoman is a huge step forward though!!
    Awesome 😀

  2. Oh, this made me laugh! Poor Puck!! Cats sure have a way of communicating without talking.

  3. I love this!

  4. I love how Puck slyly eyeing him hoping that he’ll just go away and when O screams he turns and seems to be thinking – “not again”. Too cute.

  5. That is priceless! I wish I could get my dogs to stay that still when in the same room as Baby M. When he gets around them they are like white on rice.

  6. Ochhhh! 🙂

  7. Puck is so obviously all “If I don’t move, maybe he can’t see me!”


  8. Typical cat-I’m here at my leisure, and dammit, I was first! It is that very attitude that guarantees that I’ll be a cat lady when I am old. Very cute!

  9. Typical cat, for sure. Haha.

    (not sure why my comments don’t include my blog, it’s angelaraew.wordpress.com)

  10. Thanks for sharing, this video is just adorable. i love hearing his voice!!!!!!

  11. please TELL ME how PUCK CAN RESIST??? baby o is a doll. i am almost drooling. i love how babies scrunch their hands. i wonder why they do that?

  12. This is adorable! Classic cat behavior!

  13. That is hilarious! Your cat looks like my dogs when Lemy gets just a little too excited to see them. Oh boy are they in trouble when she becomes mobile! 🙂

  14. Haaaa! That’s so funny.

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