Escaping from the Catio is futile. Many have tried. None have succeeded! The wood panels are merely replaced with new ones. The Warden is ever watchful!
This post is simply a Scooby Video. Scooby loves the vacuum cleaner. Here is more proof!
This post shows about 30 seconds of Scooby Spring Walkabout in the Garden on his lead. He was leash trained when I got him, and is my only cat who is. My newest theory is he was raised in a family with only dogs, and never saw a cat! For instance, when he eats off his food dish or plate, he always eats standing up, and not sitting on the floor like the other three. Anyway, here he is in still life and action!
Scooby and the vacuum cleaner is about, you guessed it, Scooby and the vacuum cleaner. I have said this before, but no one believes it, so a 30 second video clip should set the record straight. And no, he is not deaf! He is a pest when it is time to vacuum especially when he walks in front ot the vacuum cleaner, and I must avoid sucking up his tail!
This 30 second video is of my cat Zeke, a Maine Coon, in the catio in the rain. He is the only cat that goes out in the rain. Many times he comes inside soaking wet! The noise in the background is falling rain.
Zeke’s musical meow show welcomes in the New Year. It is a slideshow of Zeke set to the Blue Danube Waltz by Strauss.
Much more follows:
This post displays two very short videos of Scooby’s Autumn walkabout, followed by some still photographs. Each video is only 38 seconds long. There is a little dog barking in both videos. He is not barking at Scooby. The dog cannot see Scooby and does not know he is there. Scooby is looking around, wondering where all that barking is coming from. You may see a white mailbox in the video on a tree stump. I am installing it for Bigfoot, so I don’t have to share my mailbox with him.
Marigold’s Musical Meow Show is a slide show of Marigold set to music.
Although Scooby did his own musical meow show, he somehow managed to make some solo appearances in this show as well. He is a sneaky guy and a ham. Marigold generally gets less press here than anyone else, so perhaps this will help even things out a bit.