6-4-10 – The Bookworms & the Rescuees.

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Oh, such a bad boy. Yesterday, after bragging about how he hadn’t needed any time outs on Wednesday, Corbett required THREE time outs! And the third was 15 minutes instead of 10 because he went to the back door, LOOKED RIGHT AT ME, and then slipped through the cat door. The cheek!

BAD. (But OH so gorgeous!)

Rhyme is a GOOD boy. He likes to sleep near the back door and watch the cats come in and go out, but he hasn’t tried going out himself. YET.

Bolitar (who’ll likely get his head smacked when Miz Poo wakes up) loves to run out the side door when we open it, but he gets out there and doesn’t know what to do, which makes him easy to snatch up and carry back inside.

Marches to the beat of his owner drummer, that Corbett.



Paws up, y’all!

Smilin’ Garrity.


Talk about your baleful look, eh?


Stinkerbelle would like me to keep my distance, please.


2009: “Pipe down, Phyllis, this one is mine!”
2008: Kaylee wubs Tigger.
2007: Good thing we put SoftPaws on his claws, right? So he can’t go climbing trees or anything. Right?
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.



6-4-10 – The Bookworms & the Rescuees. — 5 Comments

  1. That photo of Corbett oozing out of his bed toward the window?

    In our household that’s called the Salvador Dali pose — as in his images of melting clocks. 😉

  2. Awwww Corbett is adorable – especially when he sleeps in that funny way! LOL! What a character!!

    Both Bookworms and Rescuees are really overwhelming me with their mega cuteness awww factor! More please! 🙂

    The look on lovely Stinkerbelle’s face is just priceless!

    Take care

  3. I do love me some bad boys!! And I’ve loved Corbett since way before he was such a handsome young man. Corbett, hon, your mom and dad are just trying to keep you safe. Less than exciting, I know, but you’ll understand when you grow up.

    Wow, I had days and days of catching up to do and the mind boggles at all the antics. Robyn, how do you keep up???!