Saturday, February 10, 2007

Poster boy ...

From the desk of Mama Piggy:



... for generally good behaviour.


But I wish Milo had more "balls" though. When the doorbell rings, he is usually the first to scoot off and hide under the sofa or morph into a lump under the sheets.

8 comments:

kuro.shiro.neko said...

chinese new year should be good practice. invite us to your house lah...

cat_aunty said...

Handsome Milo...

jennifer_yq said...

sound like DD... alway hide under my bed when the doorbell rang..no matter whom ring it - us or strangers... but DD is a girl...

Only KK welcome strangers into our house... good boy

umbrella said...

Milo has reason to be fearful about stranger visitor, read Sat Straits Times, UN is now pointing finger to cats for a possible intermediary hosts in the spread of H5N1 virus!

Beware mass culling again... sad!

Kootoo | Muffin | Milo said...

Yes yes, KSN, we get your not-so-subtle hint! :)

kuro.shiro.neko said...

inviting ppl to your house is a good warm up for milo.

of course, you should be selective too. dont invite ppl that are too noisy..

it is a contra-indication, :)

ck said...

Sounds very familiar - like my Sparky. On the other hand Peachy is super kay-poh; she will just walk straight into my neighbor's house without hesitation if she sees their door open. Luckily my neighbors are fond of cats.

vegancat said...

The door bell rings...Mei-Mei will jump onto the cupboard top and Chinky will hide under the bed. Only Mi-Ni will remain in the living room un-moved. Perhaps it is because Mi-Ni has been surviving on the urban "wilderness" for many many months (never sure how old she is now) than the first two who were taken off the streets when they were just 3-4 month-old.