Tabby Tuesday Simon the Virus Hunter

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Hello everyone, it’s me Simon and it’s Tabby Tuesday once again. I’m trying to do my part to keep the evil virus away from our house. I didn’t want Brian to have to do all of the work alone so I jumped right in and am ready to help. Believe me, I’m pretty good at that jumping thing too.

I’m convinced that maybe, just maybe, that evil virus doesn’t like noise. Believe me, I’m pretty good at making noise too. I’ve taken the midnight shift and enlisted Seal to help me out. Of course Seal, although more laid back than I am, can make some noise when she puts her mind to it. So, we started the rip and run thing up and down the stairs during the night. The Mom and Dad said at times it sounds like a thunder storm. Hey, we must be doing it right then!

I hope the rest of you kitties and doggies are doing your best to keep the evil virus away from your peeps. We can do this! Okay, have a mighty fine Tuesday everyone, see ya soon. Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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36 thoughts on “Tabby Tuesday Simon the Virus Hunter

  1. Summer

    We’re doing good here! I just wish I could go out more! I don’t like being a home kitty, even though I know it’s necessary right now.

  2. Madison

    My mom would not like all the noise at night. We just are ourselves and hang out together day in and day out at home with some nice walks outside.

  3. Diane

    So happy the cats are doing their part – hope they are practicing “social distancing” – not funny, but, seriously stay safe all!

  4. MadSnapper

    I do know how loud a Seal Cat can get. my aunt had a Siamese cat that was loud enough to destroy world wide virus…. king of yowling he was

  5. Katie Isabella

    Simon, I am at the windows constantly on the look out for that evil virus. I haven’t seen it yet but that is not because I’m not looking. I’m on constant patrol!!!

  6. Sandee

    I know you can do this. You’re doing a great job indeed.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday. My best to your siblings and your wonderful peeps. ♥

  7. Cecilia Upchurch

    MOL double S’s…you two are doing your part to keep evil Hunter away.
    Tell Dad I found a pork tenderloin roast at Food Lion this am for $5.43. That will be two meals for us
    Not Meatless in NC
    Hugs Cecilia

  8. Jan K

    Great job by you and your sister, Simon! We are sure that nasty virus wouldn’t dare come to your house with all that racket! 🙂

  9. Herman TattleCat

    At my house, me and my fursibs are always looking for creative ways to draw attention from our pawrents. Ripping up and the down the stairs, making noise, is one of our favorites. That is might also send that nasty virus running for cover is awesome. Spread the word (not the virus.)

  10. World Of Animals, Inc.

    Happy Tabby Tuesday, Simon!! We hope you and Seal’s thunderstorm of noise is the medicine to keep the virus away. Thanks for sharing this wonderful post. Have a great day and hope your mom and dad are doing well.

  11. Cathy Keisha

    If Verona—that’s the virus’ name—doesn’t like noise, I’m annoying both her and TW every night. Someone else will have to take the day shift. Can you maybe send Brian over here?

  12. Teddy

    Hmm…..I may have to try that out…..I can make a lot of noise when I want to….maybe if we all chase the virus away it will GO PERMANENTLY!

    Hugs, Teddy

  13. Kitties Blue

    Oh boy, if our humans hear that kind of noise in the middle of the night, their minds always go to seizure. Most often it is just CJ with Sawyer on her tail. Good job keeping the house virus free. XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer

  14. Anne Robinson

    All the pets are our house have been acting strange. I think they know what is going on in their own way. Mister Kitty is running outside, rolling on his back three or four times and racing back inside before I can tell him no outside! The puppies are filled with so much energy and Daphne the quiet cat, she is trying to pretend she is not interested in any of us as she glares at us while she peers out a window. Leo just wants to play, It has been wild but we stick together and stay close to home. If everyone will do the same and we all can get through this safely. Stay HAPPY and HEALTHY

  15. The Oceanside Animals

    Charlee: “I don’t know if using noise to scare the virus away will help, but it certainly can’t hurt.”
    Chaplin: *bites Charlee to make her start squawking*
    Charlee: “What was that for?!”
    Chaplin: “Just making noise.”

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