Friday, April 6, 2018

Oh NO, You Didn't!

Taken from the inside...
The damage

Close-up

Even more damage!

Now, taken from the outside!

The culprits!
The reason

30 comments:

  1. WHAT?!???! Are you kidding me?? Oh, we think some kitties are in T-R-O-U-B-L-E. And clearly, it's some kitties living on the next block over.

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  2. MOL, those boys!! "Outstanding destruction of window coverings" is probably first on their resumes!

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  3. Ha... that’s teenage boys for ya!

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  4. Da Boyz strike again. Good thing they are so darn cute.

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  5. That damage is nothing compared to what we do here! MOL Great job!

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  6. Oooooops some buddy was exhibiting their manliness
    Hugs madi and mom
    PS we hope Mom's hand is doing okey dokey.

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  7. Well, that is some interesting "artwork" by the boys! You guys are going to need serious time out!

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  8. Ruh roh, we have had the same thing happen in our house - and I have no idea how it happened (wink wink)

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  9. BOYS!!! Bear chewed off all the slats from our blinds within a few weeks of moving in. Sheesh. Gotta love the ingenuity and dedication :)

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  10. I'm always kind of shocked that people with cats also attempt to have window blinds. 😂 😉

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  11. Hmmm...

    HMMM...

    What to do, what to do...

    I know! When in doubt, blame the peeps. Works like a charm, every time. PURRS.

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  12. Blinds are not off limits, or at least they shouldn't be!

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  13. I've had more than one blind ruined by a cat.;)

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  14. LOL boys, it’s another great artwork :-) I can see Patty can be “inspiration” for your creation!

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  15. Katie did a lot to our mini blinds here during the first months from outside cats coming by. She and I blogged a LOT about it. She was so distraught I had to, on advice of the vet, cover the 2 main windows she looked from with opaque window cling. It really disappointed her. Took 18 months, just over, to be able to finally take that off the windows. By then, with plenty of Nutri Vet calming spray she was OK.

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  16. Oh, that was some serious naughtines. POM looks entirely innocent and I'm sure he didn't provoke anything.

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  17. Good thing Christmas is a long way of or they would be on the naughty list.

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  18. Boys! I can't believe you did that! (she says while remembering the time years and years ago when her cats ripped a hole in a screen door so they could get outside and meet the neighbor's cat).

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  19. Yep--you said it- double the love and double the trouble!

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  20. Don't blame them.......lol......we think all blinds are yucky.........catchatwithcarenandcody

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  21. Well, I guess they had a good reason. MOL!

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  22. I don't have blinds, but I have curtains that really need to be replaced :)

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  23. Ut oh! Think they were trying to tell you something!

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  24. guyz...other than de snowz on de ground we see nothin wrong heer....what iz we mizzin !! ☺☺♥♥

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  25. WOW! Those two are incorrigible :o
    Purrs Georgia,Julie and JJ

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  27. The zom squirrelygigs did it, I'm sure of it! Either that or those zom Jay birdies. Tee hee hee.

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  28. Well that is too bad about the blinds, but the outside cat didn't mean to cause problems and the inside ones were just protecting their home. Have a super day.

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