Thursday, January 16, 2014

Townhouse Threat Level: ORANGE


Hi everyone, Katie here.

I'm on patrol. Special assignment. Ever since the disappearance of the freeze dried salmon treats, I've been forced to raise the threat level at the Townhouse to ORANGE. What does this mean exactly? Intelligence indicates the likelihood of a Waffles attack is extremely high. 

In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if the threat level is raised to SEVERE by week's end. At the very least I'll need to pull together an emergency security council meeting. Ok, so I'm really the only one ON the security council. 


So I patrol. It's a rigorous schedule... in between my naps.

 I check to the right. CLEAR!



I check to the left. CLEAR!


 Just as I suspected. Threat at 12 o'clock. Squinty-eyed, orange and NOT to be trusted.



37 comments:

  1. Wow. An orange threat level. All of ours just stay at brown, usually. Now and then it goes to beige when things are really relaxed showing bellies in front of the fire.

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  2. Squinty eyed but VERY cute!

    The Florida Furkids

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  3. I just noticed - Waffles' feet are still HUGE! Does that mean he's gonna get even BIGGER?!

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  4. @Sparkle -

    Rest assured, the vet tells us Waffles is officially DONE growing. As long as he doesn't steal any more treats, he should stay right around 10 pounds. Of course, half his weight is in his tail and his feet. (Cod knows there's not much between those ears!)
    ; ) Katie

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  5. In a single cat household the threat level is non-existent...just sayin'!!! ---Truffles

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  6. It's always the squinty-eyed ones. Never trust a squinter. - Crepes.

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  7. OMC I AM DYING LAUGHING HERE!!!!
    BRILLIANT!

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  8. Well, he does look a bit suspicious there Katie!

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  9. This is serious! Look at those squinty eyes!!!! We may need to come help!!!

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  10. That certainly is an orange threat. Was he squinting because he anticipated a whap, Katie? Good job teaching him who's boss.

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  11. Wow Katie we thinks you need help with the patrolling. That orange menace is everywhere.

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  12. It looks like the TV serie "Catch me if you can" ; does Waffles feel like public enemy #1 ? Purrs

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  13. Well thank cod he didn't have his lasers on, Katie...you woulda been toast!

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  14. Wow - he came out of nowhere - you gots twouble on your paws Katie - watch out

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  15. Hee hee, looks like the orange threat is just waking up!

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  16. we now have TWO of these here (thankfully the little one will leave once he is neutered but still)

    we got to thinking about your treat situation. Have you met Max over at Whiskers in the Window (http://whiskersinthewindow.blogspot.com/2014/01/catnip-on-cold-day.html)? Rumor has it she has some killer drawer skills....

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  17. Hehehe! Still no leads on the case huh? Ah Katie I wish u the best of luck!
    ((Husky hugz))

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  18. But ... you're not on alert against ALL things kinda orange colored ... right?
    Play bows,
    Zim

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  19. An orange threat level is serious! We think Waffles hasn't been awake long enough to worry about right now, though ;)

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  20. EEEK orange sure is a scary, higher threat level worthy color (though he IS kinda cute if you forget all that right!?)!

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  21. I love that Katie and I may just have to color code my Sisters!

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  22. Good job at pegging the suspect, Katie. Now, if you could only prove him guilty.

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  23. How do you get those pictures of Katie with such purpose and decision in her face!! Or, is she just always full of determination and purpose?

    We have some new orange threats at Feline Rescue - big guys - Clifford and Angus. Katie, beware!

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  24. Better watch out Waffles. Someone is watching you.
    Sue B

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  25. Katie, Coco Chanel here. I feel your pain, sister. I am on constant patrol in the warehouse apartment to make sure that Bessie and Lulu do not have more attention, treats, toys, and that their space is managed. If not for my keen sense of smell and ferocious hiss, they would roam all over the place and that would definitely be a severe threat. To me. I hope you close the case soon. These "extra cats" really work my very last nerve.

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  26. I think those squinty eyes are daring you to challenge him.

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  27. We think a human broke in and stole the cat treats. Haven't you heard of cat (treat) burglars? We think Waffles is being set up. How could a kitty with such a cute face do anything bad? Love, Cali, Andy, Tater and Shelly (C.A.T.S)

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  28. Allie: Oh Katie, seriously - aren't you ALWAYS at threat level...ORANGE... with a certain feline in the townhouse?

    And now I must ponder what my threat level is...I simply cannot tolerate the thought of a threat level "platinum" - that's just too close to my beloved bling to even contemplate. *sighhh*

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  29. Do we have a 10-13? Is their a cat down? Am I getting ahead of myself?

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  30. I LOVE your blog....just discovered it! keep up the great work!

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  31. Waffles surely rates a threat level of orange. I have two orange threats living here now. It's enough to drive me nuts.

    Oja

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  32. he he - good thing you are on high alert Katie!

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  33. But Waffle´s Squinty eye´s are VERY cute!

    XOXO

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