Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Autumnal Woolie Migration!

This one only made it to
the bottom of the stairs

This woolie made it to the end
of the hallway!

This woolie got lost,
and was found wandering aimlessly
under the dining room table


Chuck: "Man oh man!  Those
woolies would NOT listen to me!  None
of them got near the front door, and
now I'm too tired."
Me: :::under my breath:::
"Like trying to herd cats..."
Chuck hasn't herded my woolie socks from the upstairs bedroom down to the front door in a long time...too long.  The Hubby and I figure that he's feeling pretty good to have taken on this autumnal migration.  We've been feeding him at every opportunity, and he's regained a little weight.  I gave a squeal of delight when I saw these woolies!

15 comments:

  1. So good to see Chuck getting into some of his old routines :)
    A good sign that he is feeling well.
    We purr that continues.
    Purrs Georgia,Julie and JJ

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  2. That migration is quite the sight to see!

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  3. We just love Chuck's fascination with your woolies, but we especially love this one! We figure he's feeling better too!

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  4. I'm so happy to hear that Chuck gained a little weight. And herding woolies! He must be feeling very good! And it's so adorable that he takes them around :-)

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  5. WTG Chuck on the wooly migration and eating
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  6. dood !! we noe fall iz oh fish ul lee heer when we see yur sox !! YAY !! :) ♥♥ N grate job on gain sum poundagez ~

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  7. Herding woolies is quite impawtant work. We're so glad he felt well enough to take on this task.

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  8. I am so PROUD of that boy!!!It is impawtent as Whiskerati said and...it takes energy to herd thermal into the corral..er...hall.

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  9. Good job, Chucky! You gotta keep those woolies in line.

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  10. Better luck next time with those woolies, Chuck! Glad you're feeling better, though!

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  11. I am glad he was feeling well enough to herd socks.

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  12. Oh we just luffed seeing that woolly migration, it was epic!!! MOL Keep up the herding Chuck, mew're a natural!

    Big hugs

    Basil & Co xox

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  13. Our cat Peno likes to take our socks under the bed and build a nest.

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  14. MOL ! We have slipper migration all year round here ! Purrs

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