Wordless Wednesday

I am teaching a class about octopuses today at Cat Scouts so Sammy thought it would be fun to dress as one.

Bridget update- she showed up in the yard Monday night, but of course wouldn’t come to me. She ate all the food I had put out except the one in the trap. I haven’t seen her at all on Tuesday, I am hoping she shows up again at night.

Before we go, we want to give condolences to Clooney the cat’s mom and sister.  To visit, click here. 

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58 comments

  1. A Bridget sighting is hopefully, a good sign . . . it may be possible to entice her inside again . . . so sorry to hear about Clooney. XO

  2. Oh no! We did not know about Clooney going to the Bridge. He was one of our oldest blogging friends. We will go and give purrs to his mom and Neytiri.

    We hope that class about octopi goes well, and that Bridget shows up for you again. XO

  3. I’m glad Bridget showed up, even if you weren’t able to trap her the first time. Maybe try a different type of trap to fool her?

  4. Love the octopus outfit. Adorable.

    I’m glad you’ve at least seen Bridget. Perhaps setting up a trap for her? That sometimes works.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. Scritches all around and prayers that Bridget will be back inside soon. ♥

  5. You make an adorable octopus, Sammy. And I’m sorry that Clooney has passed on. He could have been a twin brother to our old lady cat Jezebel. Best wishes on retrieving Bridget safe and sound.

  6. shop vac…..dood….better thiz than a bass terd chckn ore turkee…..hope all iz well with everee one and we hope bridget haz figured out …how awesum yur houz and mom and dad iz…..we iz have inn trubull sneekin round werd press and blogger thiz week….YOW ~~~ 🙂 ♥♥

  7. Sammy, i am sure your Mom appreciates you posing.

    Praying Bridget decides to eat in the trap soon.

  8. Bridget is playing hard to get, eh?
    Keep moving the food closer to the trap, and perhaps drape a towel or blanket on the trap; cats like to go into small, dark places.

    Good luck!

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