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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Introducing Miss Daisy

Miss Daisy is not our cat. I repeat not our cat. She has become brave now and doesn't go to the back door to eat. She marches right up to the front and waits for us to open the door in the morning. Susie doesn't like her so she slaps her in the face as she goes out the front door. Miss Daisy backs up a few steps but not far. Why can't two girls get along and live in the same yard?

21 comments:

Barbara said...

Now Paula, you'd know the answer to that if it were you and another uninvited woman moving in on you. ;)

Paula said...

Laughing @ Barbara

DD said...

Barbara gave the top answer. Nuff said....lol.

I think I found your Capy ranch. I googled capybara in S Texas. This is what I found and it was surprising. First, I found a site for breeders of exoic animals.
http://www.countrysidemag.com/breeders_directory.html

I clicked on Capybaras and it took me to a place in Jourdanton, TX.

The ironic thing is that the pictures I posted this morning on my blog (the two I thought was in Japan) was purchased at that place and those people live near there.
Small world, huh?

Me and my long comments, sorry.

jack69 said...

Girls are born enemies! If they share the same gal, guy or yard!!!!

That is my opinion and I am sticking with it. LOL

TexWisGirl said...

you are a kind soul to tend to them. i know who country animals are...

Jill said...

She's darling and she knows a good lady when she sees her!

Indigo said...

Beautiful cat. My two outside girls are the same way. If the weather is ornery you'll find them cuddled together, afterwards forget about it. (Hugs)Indigo

Kay said...

Our neighbors used to have a cat who would come to our house to visit (and eat) my late husband really loved that cat. The cat just vanished one day. We think a coyote got him.

Paula said...

Yep DD that has to be it. Jourdanton is between us and the ranch and we had never heard of this place but we have lots of country roads with probably lots of things we don't know is here. lol

TARYTERRE said...

DAISY is a sweetie.

Kath said...

Good to be back Paula.I got a laugh from "Slapped her in the face" ... Heeeeeeeee....You are so funny.Maybe one day she might return the welcome heeeeee.Thanks for the laugh.Take Care God Bless Kath xx

Lucy said...

You know one cat thinks it has staked a claim first. So they get catty with each other.

Dar said...

Miss Daisy is a sweet looking calico.
The girls will be pals in no time, just wait and see...once Susie gives her the time of day and Miss Daisy minds her manners about seniority.
Lol.
BlessYourHeart
Glad you aren't petting those Capabara. Never heard of them before. Hm.

john wingo said...

A mighty sweet looking girl.

salemslot9 said...

Miss Daisy is
waitin' to be
driven to the
Piggly Wiggly

Paula said...

We don't have any Piggly Wiggly stores here or even on the south side of San Antonio anymore so she will have to settle for HEB or Wal*Mart.

Kathy said...

Cute kitty. If you feed her, she's yours. At least in her eyes!

Jimmy's Journal said...

When have two women and one home ever gotten along? Cute kitty and I like the name.

By the way, she IS your kitty. You just haven't realized it yet.

Jimmy

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

LOL What a funny post. I think it is funny that she is not yours but you have given her a cute name.
Hope the two girls get along better as time goes on
Love
Maggie

Martha said...

I think shes moving in whether she is your cat or not :)

Lori said...

"Miss Daisy is not our cat."

Just keep telling yourself that.