11.01.2012

The Horror Continued

Well after my post yesterday Mom decided things had "Slowed Down" enough to let me out of quarantine. There I was waiting for the treats when I heard rustling at the front door.

Naturally, as house protector, I ran to the door to investigate. I heard high-pitched squeals and suddenly Dad was coming towards the door.

"Don't open it Dad! They're still out there!" I squeaked.

Dad opened the door anyway! There they were - a horde of sticky little ghouls. I could see Dad was overcome, so I retreated to the den door to protect Mom.

Me and Mr Tail made with the Halloween Cat Stance (now I know why they call it that!) to ward off the horrors. Mom was cackling behind us - I have no idea what was happening there!

Rinse and repeat - four more times - before the siege ended.

Thank Cod it's over. I have to admit I am a little worried about Thanksgiving (sounds like a possible misnomer) now - I mean what's next?

Have a happy and safe weekend friends!


36 comments:

  1. We think Thanksgiving is better....think about nommy TURKEY!!!


    The Florida Furkids

    ReplyDelete
  2. ...and your mommy didn't get a picture of your Halloween pose?

    ReplyDelete
  3. We are glad to hear you and Mr Tail were on the job! But don't worry too much, Hween is the big nasty this time of year. Tsgiving should be cool. And hey - TURKEY! or ham, maybe.

    ReplyDelete
  4. We had FOUR sets of intruders come to the door! But the worst bit was DADDY dressed up. It was TERRIFYING.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Quill,
    In my house, it's Halloween everyday! purrr....meow!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Quill, we think you're gonna like Thanksgiving. Think turkey!! YUM!!

    ReplyDelete
  7. I am so glad that 'Halloween' thing isn't popular here...

    ReplyDelete
  8. How awful, Quill! I am so glad the humans here keep the porch lights off on Halloween to keep away these creatures.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Your human cackled??? I should get her replaced!! ;)

    ReplyDelete
  10. Oh the Horror! So sorry you had to endure all this. Our area was very quiet so we didn't even have to bark once!

    ReplyDelete
  11. We were lucky in that our human stopped giving out candy years ago, so nothing horrific at our door! ;-p

    ReplyDelete
  12. Did Mr. Big Puffy Tail come to your assistance Quill?
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

    ReplyDelete
  13. makes us even more glad the sticky people don't come around here

    and yeah - thanksgiving has turkey and less doorbells

    ReplyDelete
  14. Am I crazy, or do you look a lot like Miss Angel Fin, Quill. We think you do.
    At least that darn Halloween is over now and maybe peace will come back. Thanksgiving shouldn't be nearly as scary. Have a great week end.

    ReplyDelete
  15. Well, it sounds as if Mr. Tail can be useful sometimes. Shame on Mom for cackling.

    ReplyDelete
  16. Me Loves to watch the kids! Me was very disgruntalled that me was relegated to the bedroom for half the night.
    Kisses
    Nellie

    ReplyDelete
  17. I know Quill, there was a little spaceman at our door and I took off!!!

    ReplyDelete
  18. We had no visitors BUT there was something about a plastic pumpkin... I can't repeat it enough, humans are strange!
    Purrs

    ReplyDelete
  19. That was scary! It is lucky that Mr Tail decided to back you up by floofing out. Thank cod those strange beings don't come out our way!

    ReplyDelete
  20. I dont know, Quill, there might be visitors, but they probably wont be dressed in all kinds of weirdness. Well, maybe indians and pilgrims.. But that's a remote possibility.
    We think it's wonderful that you protected your mommy! Daddy's on his own, huh? MOL

    ReplyDelete
  21. AND NOT ONE PHOTO OF YOU DOING HALLOWEEN KITTY??? Your pawrents are LAME! I would pay good money to see that photo of you Quill.

    xoxo
    That Woman

    ReplyDelete
  22. hey your blog design is very nice, clean and fresh and with updated content, make people feel peace and I always like browsing your site.

    ReplyDelete
  23. I'll bet you in full "Halloween cat" pose (with THAT TAIL)was really a sight to behold.

    ReplyDelete
  24. You were very brave-in spite of all the nastiness =)
    Thanksgiving is lovely!

    ReplyDelete
  25. Yup, Thanksgiving has turkey.. it is lovely.

    ReplyDelete
  26. Quill, that last photo of you says it all...you look just like I did when the one and only kid showed up...thank Cod there were no more!

    ReplyDelete
  27. You are such a brave kitty to be protecting your mom against those trick and treaters.

    ReplyDelete
  28. Mean, nasty Sandy played a trick on the little monsters in my county. They have to wait until Saturday night to make their rounds. Hopefully the street lights will be on and the walkways will be clear. We don't want anyone to get hurt!

    ReplyDelete
  29. Peeps always celebrate these lame holidays, when the should be having Pet Day at least once a week!

    Nubbin wiggles,
    Oskar

    ReplyDelete
  30. Cute Quill, you needed a rest after the sticky little beans left. We don't have kits visiting on Hween, so glad.
    xoxo Kassey

    ReplyDelete
  31. So glad you made it through this ghastly "holiday." I've never understood it. Fortunately we live in the heart of the city...downtown...and don't get the screaming ghouls. Alas, GG makes up for it with her fake cat ears and hand-drawn-on whiskers.

    And the humans think WE're a little nuts.

    ; ) Katie

    ReplyDelete
  32. Thanksgiving is the bestest holiday EVER! I still dream of stealing the turkey for myself. purrrrrr

    ReplyDelete
  33. gosh.. its certainly scary out there!!! but we are right behind you! love Helen, Darcy and Bingley xxx

    ReplyDelete
  34. Thanksgiving is WAY better, Quill. You'll see! :)

    ReplyDelete
  35. We love your blog and nominated it for a One Sweet Blog Award. You can find out more at our blog.

    ReplyDelete