Sunday, August 2, 2009

Tigers On My Tail . . .

As I explained while answering a few comments on the below post, this week took a turn toward the "terribly busy" side of the time spectrum, so am just going to slip in a quick post tonight with a smile. . . I feel like there is a pack of tigers coming after me. . . fortunately they are soft and furry, as well as de-clawed. . . ooofff, am feeling better already. And I'd like to dedicate this to :

.. Jumble Sale Rabbits (Home of the wonderful tiger Tiddles)

.. This Time Tomorrow (where there is a lovely piece about a white tiger today)
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..(Not to mention to Hobbes)
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15 comments:

Janie said...

Who could fail to welcome all those lovely soft tigers. I love Hobbes. He's my fav.

English Rider said...

Do we know if Hobbes has a relative named Tigger?

joo said...

Hi Owen, nice pack of tigers here:)
Have a nice Sunday and find time to relax:)

Steve said...

Purr-fect. And yet somehow bouncy bouncy bouncy at the same time...

The Panorama said...

Nice pic, Owen. I love tigers:)

Lydia said...

I want to jump in the middle of those beauties and take a cat nap.

Lone Grey Squirrel said...

Tiger, tiger burning bright. May the tigers on your tail turn out to be pussycats.

AmyR said...

The furry kind with soft teeth are much better than the alternative.

Fin said...

maybe you're the zebra at the bottom? Hope not.

Marguerite said...

Have yourself a nice cat nap, Owen! And maybe a few glasses of good French wine. :)

Owen said...

Marguerite, Now that is an excellent, in fact I just this very second opened a 1996 Cahors that should go very nicely with the roast chicken on the menu... mmm... won't tipple too much though, otherwise the blogging will get disjointed, and we can't have that now, can we ?

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Fin, now how did you guess that another of my secret identities is that of a zebra ??? If you go down the sidebar to the index labels, and click on Zebras, or Zebrology, in fact several past posts have been centered around zebras... they are fascinating creatures with their black and white camouflage... :-D

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Amy, so true so true... :-)

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Hey LGS, I'd keep a low profile until these tigers disappear, squirrels are sort of like pretzels to a tiger... hope all is well where you are. Some friends who are staying with us unexpectedly this weekend are on their way to Malaysia, to spend three years in Kuala Lumpur... are you still out that way ???

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Hi Lydia, sounds perfect... :-)

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Hey Pano... what is there not to love about tigers...

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Steve, talk about bouncy, you should see these guys when they all get on the tiger trampoline !

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Hi Joo, many thanks, am relaxing now with a spot of red wine and a roast chicken dinner coming up... which is fine in my book...

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Dear English, if I'm not mistaken, I believe Tigger was in fact Hobbes great uncle, and Tiddles, over at Jumble Sale Rabbits, is also a descendant of Tigger's, I believe Tiddles is a grandchild from Tigger's youngest daughter Tigrette... :-D

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Hi Janie, they were looking for a home, all piled up there with nowhere to go at the shooting gallery of a small circus that came through town not too long ago...




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Margaret Pangert said...

Hey Tony, I'll take a tiger in my tank! Fill it up with Exxon, please! And, btw, I'd like some Sugar Frosted Flakes with that! We do have an attraction to tigers!

Lille Diane said...

Grrrrrrrrr Tiggggeeerrrrrrs are gr8888888!

Boy I'll say you've been surrounded by some felines, Owen. It's all good. In fact tigers are purrrrfect company to play with, take catnaps with and cuddle with. Just like Lydia said, I could dive into that bunch of fur myself.

Thanks, for the mention, my dear friend. We are planning our trip to Geneva for 10 days in the first part of Oct. I'll keep you posted. :-)

Hugz, Owen.

AB said...

A nice combination of the cuddly and the ferocious.

The Sagittarian said...

Amanda was here.