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Thursday, November 10, 2011

A Thief in the House!!!!

There has been a thief spotted in our house! 

Oh....I began to notice that things were missing a few weeks ago...but the odd thing was...they always seemed to be Blog related things....it could be a little pumpkin received in a swap....a small candy corn received in a giveaway....but this morning...I was missing a TURKEY FOOT....yes....a turkey foot.  I had just finished up a couple of them last night and placed them on the table in the kitchen...but this morning they were not there...I found one....laying in the corner near the island...but search as I may, after 1/2 an hour, I still cannot find the other one!  This is particularly frustrating for me, because I wanted to get them painted this morning before I took off for a day of errands, so they would be dry and ready to complete my latest turkey orders.

Now, it didn't take long for me to discover who this dastardly thief is......she may look innocent now, but SHE is the culprit...yup...it's none other than Our Blog Kitty - Smidgen!
I'm hoping while I am gone she will rediscover her little treasure and bring it out into the open.  She definitely seems to have fully embraced her role as the Blog Kitty!  Enjoy your day everyone.

18 comments:

  1. Wendy,
    Smidgen is soo sweet and innocent looking ... surely you are wrong!!! BTW, I had a sweet kitty once named Jessie Jane who used to steal jewelry!

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  2. Such a sweet face for a thief... She's got that "I didn't do it!!!" look down perfectly...LOL. :0)

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  3. Aw Wendy she looks to adorable to be a "horrible" thief.

    Felicia

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  4. O Smidgen is a BAD BAD BLOG KITTY!!! I have one just like that I woke this morning to yo yo's scattered all over the entire downstairs GRRRRR! I think they are trying to tell us they are not gettin enough blog time ! Have a great day and good luck with finding the foot ! lol hugs lilraggedyangie

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  5. Too cute! I completely understand as I have 4 little rascals myself (2 dogs and 2 cats) :]

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  6. What a precious little Blog Kitty!
    Getting so big and pretty!
    Hugs Trace

    www.grannytracescrapsandsquares.com

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  7. Oh Blog Kitty is a mischievous feline! lol Hope she finds your missing turkey foot by the time you return home!

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  8. I am sure Smidgen is just gathering things for a post of her own.

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  9. Now I know what happens to my missing body parts. I'm always one short!! My kitty must be to blame too.

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  10. Awww, a perfectly sweet little cat burglar! She is quite the charmer. Such a wonderful story.

    ~willa~

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  11. Are you sure Wendy, I don't think that sweet faced kitty would EVER steal a turkey foot or anything else for that matter! Oh my gosh, Smidgen is adorable even if she is a kleptomaniac! Too funny, give her a tummy rub from me :O) Deb

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  12. Oh dear--hope you got it back by now!

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  13. Mornin Wendy.. Thanks for the giggle... That Picture of Smidgen looking so innocent cracked me up. Perfect Shot of that Blog Kitty to go with your post of a theif..they always look so innocent when you know they are the thiefs..LOL..I hope she returns your Turkey Foot..it could be hidden anywhere..

    Have a good day running errands!!

    Hugs
    Tonya

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  14. She'll do whatever it takes to get herself on the blog! What a cutie. :)

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  15. How adorable is she?! Cats are just so amazing and unpredictable!

    Blessings...Deborah
    www.carterdealejos.blogspot.com

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  16. What a sneaky little kitty. I hope she returns the foot!!

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  17. Now little Smidgen was just having fun!! Just look at that face, that's an innocent face if I ever saw one!! Too cute! :-)

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