Tuesday, 5 November 2013

Tama-Chan's Tense Yet Dangly Tuesday


Tama-Chan: Well, we are in countdown mode and it shows. That pesky Beebs boy of mine and I had had one hell of a knock-down, drag-out fight. #1 and Tommy were on their way out and had locked the front door when they heard the banshee screaming and had to rush back in to make sure nobody needed an ambulance. I can't help it. That boy really knows how to push my buttons…


Kids!

Anyway, I have been working on my dangle skills and have been developing my "head dangle" style quite satisfactorily. Here is an early attempt:


With further progress here:


But I think this is my masterpiece:


All quite exhausting, the art of mastering a skill…


18 comments:

  1. Sometimes I act out when my human is getting ready to leave town too, only instead of fighting with Binga, I get mad at HER and don't want anything to do with her.

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  2. Good progress on the head dangles :)
    We are glad no kitty needed an ambulance !
    Purrs Tillie and Georgia,
    Treasure,Tiger, JJ and Julie

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  3. Hmmm. Thank goodness there is no need for the ambulance. Maybe it's a boy thing Tama.

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  4. We think you have got the purrfect dangle there Tama-Chan btw we thought we'd heard shrieking earlier on although with the rain torrenting down we couldn't hear clearly.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  5. Gee Tama, maybe your "dangling" can be a kind of Zen thing for you to help deal with Mr. Beebs. Think of it as therapy ...

    Purrz!
    Selina

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  6. I think Harlow is learning from a master! She has been practicing some head dangling too, and she is not as graceful as a cat!

    Monty and Harlow

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  7. You are lucky she didn't put you in jail
    Lily

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  8. Great dangle skills, Tama-Chan! You look very exhausted in the last picture :-)
    Thank you for your comment on my blog. Yes, the toy is from Japan! I got many of them when I went there :-)

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  9. I would say you have that move purrfected - can't get any better than that.

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  10. Moi aussi j'ai eu une explication avec Loustiquette cette après midi. Ca a fait rire Nat à Chat, mais moi j'ai fini par croire que c'était du sérieux et j'ai fait beaucoup de bruit....
    L'important Tama c'est qu'il n'y ai pas eu de blessés et que vous vous soyez réconciliés !
    J'aime bien la photo de ton dodo.
    Ronrons.
    Hisia

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  11. Poor Beebs. We recall when you would attack him when other cats were around. Such a diva, you are.
    All is well that ends well.

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  12. Boys can be so annoying! I think you are a very good dangler.

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  13. You are perfecting your dangle nicely.

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  14. Tama! Esme understands completely! She has the same problem with Levon at times...boys can be a pain in the a** can't they :p But then again, Levon could teach you how to perfect the dangle if you were so inclined.... :)

    the critters in the cottage xo

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  15. Tama, we understand about button pushing. Sometimes Ernie pushes mine and I go off on him. We hope you and the Beebs have kissed and made up now.

    Wally

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  16. We want to hear what Da Beebs has to say about all this ? Families, eh - love 'em and hate 'em. but perhaps he should be grateful to you for all the love and milk you gave him.
    Lovely dangling skills!

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  17. Sure glad to hear that no ambulance was needed ! :)
    XOXO

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