Tabby Tuesday World Watching with Simon

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Howdy gang, it’s Tabby Tuesday time and I hope your Tuesday is most fabulous! Tuesday is pre-hump day and it’s the day I get to say whatever is on my mind. Well yes, I do say whatever is on my mind every single day, often it’s pet me please.

I do like to lay up here on the back of the couch and watch the world go by sometimes. I’ve told you before, there is lots to see from up here, plus there’s plenty of room for my tail. I did see something new out front, down below where on of our beds for our flowers is, it was a snake wiggling by. I’m pretty sure it was a baby one and I haven’t seen it since.

If I see anything out of the ordinary I’ll sound the alarm. More than likely though, if I see something out of the ordinary I’d probably run. Oh, someone asked Dad if Seal was a talker since she is mostly Siamese. Nope, she doesn’t talk all that much, I’m the talker. I chat all day long. My Mom says my meow sounds like a sheep MOL!

Okay, time for more world watching . Have a fun Tabby Tuesday. Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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39 thoughts on “Tabby Tuesday World Watching with Simon

  1. Memories of Eric and Flynn

    It is good to have a place to watch the world go by, Simon. We had a snake in the garden yesterday too. I think it was trying to disguise itself because it was beside the hose pipe. I was going to water the flowers and it wiggled and I hollered!

  2. The Poupounette Gang

    We would love to hear your meow, Simon! It’s fun to see what’s going on outside. We get snakes sometimes, but more often we get slow worms. #1 doesn’t like it when we harm them…

    Purrs,
    Tama and Benny

  3. Katie Isabella

    Simon, I’d love to hear that unusual meow of yours. By the way, do you all talk to your Mom and Dad in a regular cat voice? I do to mine…it’s very soft and just barely over a whisper kinda…and I may say 4 cat words to mom when chatting. It happens when I get on her lap or when I climb up to her on the bed. OR if I am settling by her head.

  4. Molly

    You’re so lucky, Simon. I wish my mom would arrange the sofa in front of our window so I could spend the day looking outside and barking my head off at everybuddy who walks by!

  5. Cathy Kennedy

    Simon,

    I’m curious, are tabbies frequently talkers or is that just a Simon thing? If so, then this might mean my spirit animal is a Tabby. 🙂 I hate snakes, even baby ones. I don’t like things wiggle. Sometimes, when I open the front door a skink will scurry out of sight scarring me half to death in the process until I realize what it is. lol Enjoy watching the world go by, my furriend!

  6. Sandee

    You have the purrfect spot to watch the world go by. I love your tail and I love that you’re a talker. I would listen to you.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday. Scritches all around and my best to your peeps. ♥

  7. Pam

    Oh my, wouldn’t you have wanted to get to that baby snake. Gald it was not crawling up the window, you might have torn the place down trying to get to it! Adorable, fluffy tail you have there baby. Not sure about you guys but my furs seem to think wtih all the rain we have had that we might slide off our hill. The furs have not wanted to be on the deck due to it being so damp. But that has brought Misty to want to spend more time with her mom! I love it.

  8. Leah

    That looks like a good vantage point to watch from, Simon! We see an occasional snake here too, mostly non-venomous and harmless, fortunately.

  9. Cecilia Upchurch

    Simon world watching is a favorite activity of mine too. You have the purrfect perch too.
    OMCs your glorious fluffy tail is dangling beautifully right smack in the middle of the couch too. Is it always that full or have you spotted a tree rat?
    Hugs Cecilia

  10. meowmeowmans

    Wow, Simon, you saw a snake? That’s pretty cool!

    Ava used to be very quiet at the shelter, and then when she first came home with us. But she is quite the talker now, too. 🙂

  11. Meezer'sMews&Terrieristical Woofs

    Snakes are awesome creatures!! We have lots of them in our yard…and petcretary has to rescue them a lot from the jaws and paws of the two terrierists here, cause they wan to eradicate them…phooey, they eat a lot of things we do not want here in our yard. The prettiest snake we saw was a blue racer. Like a long wriggly slithering jewel!
    SOmetimes we find the shed skins of various snake species.

  12. Kitties Blue

    Mau was our big talker; though, Cooper Murphy can get going pretty well, usually in the middle of the night. Our angel MacKenzie sounded like a sheep when he meowed. We never knew another cat who did that until you, Simon. Thankfully, we have never seen a snake in our yard! XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, angel Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy, Sawyer & Kizmet

  13. The Oceanside Animals

    Charlee: “Ooh! I saw a snake once on the patio! I was at the door and it slithered on by. Dada noticed me looking at it through the screen door and came to check it out and said it was harmless.”
    Lulu: “I saw a snake once too! It was out in the yard by the back gate. Dada noticed me watching it from a few yards away and came to check it out and said it was, uh, not harmless. He called the fire department to come and collect it.”
    Chaplin: “Really? What was it?”
    Lulu: “Well apparently it was a rattlesnake.”
    Charlee: “Rattling doesn’t sound that scary.”
    Lulu: “I don’t think the rattling part is the problem.”

  14. messymimi

    We had a cat that talked a lot like a sheep, his name was Takanumi. He was pure white and looked like a Turkish Angora.

    Keep watching the world, you never know what you will see.

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