Thursday, August 16, 2012

Neighborhood Watch Cat Has Something to Watch!

Oh My Cod, Kitties! Look at our very own driveway at about 5:30 p.m. Thursday afternoon!
Look at the blue corner house a little ways down the block! The fire is mostly out in this picture.
We really, really lubz our firefighters!
They are furry furry brave!

The Human taked a little video, though Cod only knows what she was trying to get at the end! (She was a little tiny bit freeked out I think.)


Note: Nobuddy, 2-legged or 4-legged, gotted hurt in this fire, Fank Ceiling Cat!!!

33 comments:

  1. We hope no one was hurt in that fire.

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  2. Holy Smokin' Puddy Tatt's Spitty! Youze got front row seats! I know what your mum was REALLY lookin for, some half naked sweaty sexie fireman that's what! Well, you never know...

    Hope everyone was alright in that home. Fire is nasty business!

    xoxo
    Ms. Stella O'Houligan

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  3. That was skeery close! Thank cod you were on neighborhood watch!

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  4. Its scary when something happens close to home! We would have been UTB.

    Thank you so much for your very kind condolences on the loss of my mother. Its is painful to think I'll never see or hear from her again and it wasn't until I was faced with losing her that I realized what a blow it would be. The compassion and support of friends help to make it easier to bear. Thank you.

    Purrs,
    Paula & The Twinkletoe Tails Gang

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  5. Wow. You are a most excellent neighbourhood watch cat - as of course a vigilant king must be, looking out for his subjects all the time. Was it hard to call 911 or is the phone suitable for your paws ? Thank goodness no one got hurt. Except maybe the wobbly video-taker (what was she doing?!).
    With right royal greetings to you from a very sunny and hot Finland (North).

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  6. Well, that was some excitement! I'm glad nobody was hurt.

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  7. Thank goodness no one was hurt in the fire! We had a fire engine rumble past our house a few weeks ago, so OF COURSE we sent Mommy out to look. Turns out to be some electrical trouble that caused it to smoke. Thankfully there was no fire.

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  8. Good grief! Hope nobody was hurt. Did you get treats to settle your nerves?

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  9. OMC..yoz must of all been weally scared...soo pleased no ones waz hurt!
    Have a great day :)
    Mollie xx00xx

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  10. Oh SPITTY! Thank goodness for YOU. I hope the Neighborhood Watch ships over your favotite treats for seeing this and reporting it to your mom and everyone else. Were you the one who dialed 911?

    See you in the afternoon...the tunnel is pointed your way. xox

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  11. Well, thank goodness the King and his pink beddie are okay! Because you know singed fur is so not a good look!

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  12. Those fires are scary, and we love our hero fire fighters too!

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  13. OMC, how exciting!

    OK, maybe a little too exciting. (Kinda like the day the cops, the sheriff's office, SWAT, the FBI and then Homeland Security showed up in a several armored vehicles across the street for one kid who'd robbed a 7-11 or something. [I guess they'd already filled their terrorist quota that day.] My mom should dig those photos out and let me post them--after all, she frequently complains of slow days.)

    Anyway, do *you* know how to dial 911, you know, just in case?

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  14. You iz a furry good watch cat an I iz happy efurryone iz okai. They fires iz skardy.

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  15. I'm so glad the fireman saved everyone and no one got hurt. Yes, firemen are very brave, I think. I've never met one myself but I've seem them on the television and everything. Nosey neighbour cat's mom is a police officer. I've met her. Police officers are very brave, too. purrs

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  16. Me thinks the siriens probably scared yous and yous was under the bed the whole time!
    Me would has been.
    Kissesw
    Nellie

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  17. Spitty! Were you smoking again? No wonder the human freaked!!!!

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  18. Wow! Sir Spitfire, you handled the situation very well. Your human probably was shaken up a bit; such is the nature of humans. However, the brave fireman did a good job, it appears and your report was very thorough. Thank you. PT, PM and Ringo.

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  19. We are so happy to hear no one was hurt! That is way too scary for any living thing.

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  20. Whoa - that fire was a little too close to where you live pal. So happy you and your family are okay,. Your mom did a good job with the video actually.

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  21. Looks like your Human was definitely a bit "tipsy".

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  22. thank goodness no one was hurt!!
    HAPPY BLACK CAT APPRECIATION DAY SPITTY!!

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  23. Whoa! Acid trip video! Head rush! Such excitement and so close. We always have something going on here. You want excitement, this is the place to be. Unfortunately, all the big buildings block my view. The peeps say that when they lived in the old house, the corner house burned right to the ground in the middle of the night. She was terrified, especially when the facade came crashing down still on fire into the street.

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  24. Spitty, you HAVE to learn to control your lasers! What's next? Incinerating your pink beddie?

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  25. Wow...glad the houses didn't burn down. Was your person drinking before she took the video? Just curious ;)

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  26. Thankfully no one was hurt, but fires are bad. We know that someone's life has been uprooted. We will purr

    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ✿•*¨`*•. ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥✿•*¨`*•.

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  27. glad you cleared it up for me that this WAS NOT the fire with the fatality we were watching this AM!! Whew! have a great weekend, paw pats, Savvy

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  28. Yowza!! And here Star thought the sirens were because she was nuzzling you and the heat because she was next to you! That'll teach her to be more observant!
    Thank Cod no one was hurt!

    Star: Why don't you come over tonight and we'll snuggle in my open window and see if the sirens come this time too?

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  29. Spitty! That was something to see!! We're happy nobuddy was hurt, but fires are very scary!!

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  30. Spitty, I'm lwatching over you darling and I'll always love you.

    Sometimes I will ask Katie to tell you things that I tell her UTB when I can't quite make it into this world except in thought. But yours and my connection will never fail; I won't let it.

    Always and ever XXOOXX

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  31. It is pleasing to note that the SF Fire Department has really long ladders, for getting kitties out of trees.

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