Friday, August 20, 2010

The Story of Me Saving My Meowm From Trouble



I had to save Meowm from trouble last week. We have these new neighbors with two woofies. Ever since they have moved in, Meowm hears them yelling at one of their woofies. They open the door to take them out to do their business, not holding the leash of said woofie, and she wants to take off running....so she gets yelled at. they get up in the grassy area, and said woofie wants to go visit people and other woofies, maybe investigate the ducks or kitties outside, so off she goes, again her people not holding her leash.....and she gets yelled at. One day the woofie and the female person were out, and they came back in and Meowm heard her say to the man that the woofie and been "bad". She told him what the woofie and done, and the next thing Meowm heard was a yelp, and the man saying "now you won't do that again will you?" Needless to say, Meowm is getting tired of this.

So the day we are talking about, Meowm hears their door open, and then she hears "if you behave like that I won't even take you out to pee". So Meowms hackles are already up. Then when they are coming back in, Meowm hears a yelp. Well, Meowm had enough, she jumped out, threw open our door and said "Really? Kicking?" And the man said "Why would I kick my own dog?" Well Meowm wanted to say all kinds of stuff.....none that would have ended well, and I knew this. So I did what had to be done, create a distraction.

I wandered out the door, and walked right in between those two woofies and their people. I poofed myself up nice and big and hissed at those woofies so they wouldn't get me. Meowm and the other people were so shocked to see me out there, that they all shut right up. Meowm proceeded to grab me and haul my bootie right back in the house. I wasn't happy about that part, but at least my plan worked. No more possibility of heated discussion between the humans.

We are happy to report that the people seem to be treating that woofie a bit better these days. We are hearing a lot more praise for her when she does good. We certainly hope those people know that big sister is watching!

15 Comments:

Blogger Katnip Lounge said...

oooooh, sub-humans like that make our Mommy so mad...we're glad your Mom said something but you did a Very Good Deed, distracting her. You are BOTH Heros!

August 20, 2010 11:53 AM  
Blogger The Kool~Kittie~Krew said...

Good for you!!! So people just aren't meant to be animal owners!

August 20, 2010 12:48 PM  
Blogger TK and Squashies said...

Hey Guys- I added you to my post, I am so very sorry I missed you. You are on the list. We just wants you to know that we appreciates your contributions to the blog world and that we are very sorry for the loss of your furends this week.
Love TK and Squashies

August 20, 2010 1:57 PM  
Blogger Martha and Bailey said...

Gosh you were very brave indeed! But then we know you kitties can be brave.
We hate the sound of those humans. We bet our mum would have been right there with your meowm!
These humans make other humans very angry indeed.
We are glad they seem to be treating their woofies better - keep an eye on them.
love
Martha and Bailey xxx

August 20, 2010 2:11 PM  
Blogger Khyra And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Pawesome and purrfekht too!

If woo need our help, Khousin Merdie and I khan khome kikhk some woo know what!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra and Khousin Merdie

August 20, 2010 2:39 PM  
Blogger Tober the Cat said...

You and your mom are so brave to help the woofies, and I bet you were terribly impressive all poofed up and hissing!

August 20, 2010 3:02 PM  
Blogger Brian said...

You are a hero fur sure, way to go!!!

August 20, 2010 3:24 PM  
Blogger 3 doxies said...

Oh you is da hero of da day! I always heard kittehs were very braves and you just proved it. Gots to give props to your meown too though...hers could've found herself in a dangerous situation withs them peoples...believe me, mum has been there and done dat.
I hopes they continue treat dat doggie better.

Puddles

August 20, 2010 3:50 PM  
Blogger The Island Cats said...

Wow, we're impressed that you were so brave to save your mom! Some humans shouldn't have pets...we hope those people start treating those woofies nicer.

August 20, 2010 6:41 PM  
Blogger Cat said...

and BRAVO!! Good job to you and your Meowm. Those poor dawgies...can some humans BE more ignorant? Good job to your Meowm for having the courage to say something because too many people don't and too many animals are mistreated by heartless, brainless idiots. Oh, sorry, I got a bit carried away there with the strong language, but... Anyway, thanks! Purrs, Lautrec (and Tiny)

August 21, 2010 12:14 AM  
Blogger Jan's Funny Farm said...

Both you and your mom were very brave. Hopefully, her speaking up has made it a little better for the woofie.

August 21, 2010 10:41 AM  
Blogger Cory said...

Grete is so sad to think about this woofie getting yelled at...sigh.

Good for your mom for keeping a watch over that sweet woofie.

August 21, 2010 9:21 PM  
Blogger Daisy said...

Way to go! You done real good.

August 22, 2010 12:07 PM  
Blogger Honey the Great Dane said...

Oh my goodness - what a horrible situation! I can't imagine what you must have been feeling. I would have been boiling too. I'm already really p****d off at our new neighbours because they keep their dogs out in the yard all the time - day & night - and never seem to walk them or interact with them much (what is the POINT of having a dog then?) but at least they're not hitting them! Although they do still shout at them a lot - well, the dogs are stuck in the dirt yard all day going slowly mad with boredom - of course they'd be barking and howling like crazy - what do you expect?! Grrrrr!!!

Anyway, I still think what happened was for the best...cats do have the best instincts! HOpefully those people might have been shamed into better behaviour towards their dog...

Hsin-Yi

August 25, 2010 11:28 PM  
Blogger Honey the Great Dane said...

Oh my goodness - what a horrible situation! I can't imagine what you must have been feeling. I would have been boiling too. I'm already really p****d off at our new neighbours because they keep their dogs out in the yard all the time - day & night - and never seem to walk them or interact with them much (what is the POINT of having a dog then?) but at least they're not hitting them! Although they do still shout at them a lot - well, the dogs are stuck in the dirt yard all day going slowly mad with boredom - of course they'd be barking and howling like crazy - what do you expect?! Grrrrr!!!

Anyway, I still think what happened was for the best...cats do have the best instincts! HOpefully those people might have been shamed into better behaviour towards their dog...

Hsin-Yi

August 25, 2010 11:29 PM  

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