It seems a flower pot was knocked off a table in the Troutbirder home. Rushing into the room, I found dirt all over the floor. There were two apparent suspects in view. each proclaiming their own innocence.
Simba (Mrs T's) spoiled cat claimed that in the process of harrasing him, the dog had crashed into the table, upsetting the pot.
What do you think?
both look as guilty as sin!ReplyDelete
Our cat use to get onto a counter and drop pencils and pens down to our new puppy and watch him chew them. It gave her great pleasure to tease him and watch him mess with things.ReplyDelete
Ha! Caught in the act.ReplyDelete
It's got to be the cat. Always blame the cat!ReplyDelete
Oh they look totally innocent to me..since you don't have absolute proof of guilt..perhaps you have a ghost:)ReplyDelete
What a totally marvelous picture (the last one)......for one thing, it shows Baron in a completely different setting and very unposed. Almost "caught in the act" so to speak.....not that I am charging him with the crime....no, no. I have no idea who the guilty culprit might be. They both look innocent or guilty as hell to me.ReplyDelete
And that gorgeous orange cat....don't recall ever seeing her before. I love eavesdropping on animals.
Take the word of a dog over a cat any day of the week. Just look into their eyes and you will see the evil one.ReplyDelete
Couldn't have been Baron!ReplyDelete
I think maybe Troutbirder had something to do with it and is trying to put the blame on the poor innocent pets!ReplyDelete
It's the cat. It's always the cat. They just like to look like they haven't been doing anything.ReplyDelete
I hate to profile, but it had to be the cat.ReplyDelete
Your previous commenters have already placed the blame, and rightly so. It's always the cat. :-)ReplyDelete
Being more of a dog person I would blame that cat.ReplyDelete
Their innocent looks are funny. I'm betting the cat did it.ReplyDelete
We once had a dog that we caught in the chicken coop with feathers in her mouth. She couldn't deny, but she still tried to look pitiful as well as innocent!
Looks like a conspiracy for sure--like our cat Phoebe knocking a dish of nuts to the floor where MollyTheDog hoovered them up...ReplyDelete
The Gingham dog and the Calico cat, side by side on the table sat . . . Wallowed this way and tumbled that, Employing every tooth and clawReplyDelete
In the awfullest way you ever saw ---
I think it was "The Duel!" (by Eugene Field) ;-)
Loved this post. btw: did anyone volunteer to clean it up? Usually the guilty party...
I Know it was "The Duel" by Eugene Field. However, I wonder if Simba and The Baron were practicing for the parts... ;-)ReplyDelete
In my experience, if you blame it on the dog even if he didn't do it, he will feel remorse and beg for forgiveness. If you blame it on the cat, either way, he won't care. ;)ReplyDelete
I believe a more thorough investigation is in order. Check the paws! :)ReplyDelete
The cat put the dog up to it, to get your attention and remind you it was time for dinner.ReplyDelete
Personally, I would never blame a dog for anything if there is a cat within a 50 mile radius, but I may not be impartial in a canine vs. feline controversy. Sorry it's been awhile since I've come around, TB. Enjoyed browsing your recent entries and am especially glad to hear that Barb is doing well after her surgery.ReplyDelete
I think a trial by jury is in order. But don't summon me! I'm partial to dogs ;)ReplyDelete
Maybe Troutbirder is the culprit and he's looking for a scapegoat?ReplyDelete
Love the pictures! Um...Simba looks pretty guilty. :SReplyDelete
Hmmmm, me thinks he doth protest too much. Yep, I bet it was the human and he is trying to divert attention to the 4-leggeds.ReplyDelete
Shame on you, human! Blaming those innocent babies!
And had it been the cat, he would have been busy playing (or pooping) in the dirt. Definitely not the cat.