10.05.2011

Closet Inspection

Mom: Fin? Finny? Where are you?

Fin: Psst, Mom. I'm in here.

Mom (Opening the closet door): In here? I don't see you?

Fin: Over here, behind the laundry basket, and Dad's pants.

Mom: What are you hiding from?

Fin: Hiding? I'm not hiding.

Mom: Well you're late for breakfast, it's almost 5:30am. Why don't you come out?

Fin (Whispering): Can you bring my breakfast in here?

Mom: No! Hey your not scared of the rain and thunder are you?

Fin: No! I'm just catching up on my closet inspection duties. Is the storm over yet?

Mom: Yep.

Fin (Running past Mom to kitchen): Let's go Mom! The day is practically over!

25 comments:

Prancer Pie said...

Being afraid of thunder and rain is nuthin to be ashamed of, pretty Fin! Efun us manly mancats like to go UTB fur thunder boomies!

Sparkle said...

I hear you get WAY more violent storms than we do, Fin, so I don't blame you for being nervous!

MoMo said...

Hahaha Finny, you're a funny kitty! Are the storms bad over your place? As long as I am indoors, I am fine with thunder and rain.

Mr Puddy said...

MOL...Fin, This is very cute and Funny post, I love it : )
xoxo

Cat-from-Sydney said...

Fin dear,
Yeah...those closets do need inspection now and then. Better to get it done. purrr...meow!

Milo and Alfie Marshall said...

MOL! Is yoor mom a bit of a ... :whispers: ... scaredy cat?

We has been having problems commenting but Mom has downloaded FireFox just for blogging and thinks this may help ~ who knows, if she likes it, maybe she’ll kick smelly old Internet Explorer owt!

CATachresis said...

It's a rule that all closet inspection duties have to be carried out during a storm.

Fuzzy Tales said...

LOL! Fin, in our house it's our mom who would be hiding in the closet during a storm. :-)

Marg said...

Oh Fin, Mom needed that laugh this morning. She has had a very sad morning. Dora, the little black kitten had to go to the bridge this morning and we don't know why. Take care.

Cat said...

I hope the storm passed quickly fin and you didn't have to spend too much time in the closet!!!

Hannah and Lucy said...

Fin you were so brave checking out the closet when the storm was raging - you had to protect you mom and dad's things.
Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

Whisppy said...

LOL! I'm sure you made up for lost time!

The Cat From Hell said...

Yous made me giggle! My Hairy Slobbery siste Bob hides in the closet too when it thunders!
Kisses
Nellie

Ginger Jasper said...

aww bless. I hope the storm has gone now.. Hugs GJ xx

Cat Chat With Caren And Cody said...

I guess the closet has passed inspection! lol

Katnip Lounge said...

Finny, we're with ya on this one! Only Salem and The Baby are brave enough to perform rain inspection.

As opposed to UTB inspection.

Eric and Flynn said...

We like to watch the storms and leave the closet inspection to mum.

♥I am Holly♥ said...

Closet inspection is a great thing to do when a storm hits! Lots of love, Debbie & Holly

Cara n Crew said...

It was just a coincident that you happened to be inspecting the closet during a storm, Fin ;-/ Here's hoping you had a calmer day!

Pip, Smidgen, Minnie, Hollie

The Island Cats said...

Whew! We're glad that's over now!!

meowmeowmans said...

We understand, Fin. We're not bog fans of the thunder, either!

Cheyenne -Millie said...

Oh Fin! I hates thunders and storms too! I am glad that it went away and that you got your breakfast!

I also hide when there are too many humanst in the room!

Thank you for your kind words for our mom and human sister.

Cory said...

Fin it's ok to admit you are afraid of thunderboomies and lightning...we are too but we figure as long as mom isn't hiding in the closet or under the bed, it's all ok.

Purrs,

Cory

Purrfect Haven said...

oh sweetie.. never admit to anything is a good strategy! Love Darcy and Bingley xx

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

We had tree cutters at our house yesterday and they raised quite a racket.
Although we are pretty goosie we actually peeked out the windows at the strange monsters climbing trees with chain saws.
Our eyes were as big as dinner plates for the rest of the evening.