Sunday, April 30, 2006

Weekend Cat Blogging:
You Definitely Don't Want To Be on Her Bad Side


Molly Doodlebug—Talk About a Death Stare

As you can see,
Big Chip, Donkey Doodle Dandy, and those crazy hens aren't the only ones jealous of all the lamb loving going on around here. The Doodle Monster demanded I post a reminder that she can be adorable, too, you know (click here but realize she was half asleep in this photo). Plus, unlike those baby lambs who will soon turn into big old boring sheep, she (who is 10 years old) will stay a dainty 4-1/2 pounds forever.

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7 comments:

  1. Awwww we can never forget u doodlebug!

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  2. Doodlebug! I wouldn't forget you.... you are the cutest of them all.

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  3. Now that's a kitty scowl if ever there was one.... :)

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  4. She is so pretty--has one of those folk-art faces. Upsie is jealous because Doodlebug is so petite.

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  5. She's so tiny! And apparently rather pissed off. That's quite the glare she has going!

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  6. FG - she is really giving u a killer stare but despite all that she looks as cute as ever. We love u dear doodlebug - no one will forget u.

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  7. that's the evil Doodle I love !

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