Wordless Wednesday: Am not helping. Am supervising.

* See also the original “Am Too Helping“.

36 Comments on “Wordless Wednesday: Am not helping. Am supervising.

  1. Woos, since you are a cat, I agree, never help only supervise and be served!
    -Kira The BeaWootiful

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  2. only too true

    I’ve seen a few reviews of “a flock of crows is called murder” on some web pages as I’ve browsed

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  3. Yuh, the people label us as “helping” if we are within like five towns of anyplace they are doing their dumb chores.

    Slobbers,
    Mango

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  4. Help?!? Why would you HELP? Supervising even seems like too much work. Make your servants clean off that big cat bed for you! Immediately!

    Mr. Bufus The Cat (as typed by Fiona’s Mom)

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  5. Definitely a cat with strong supervisory skills — though I can’t tell if she’s a self-starter. What does the resume say?

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  6. Oh yes! My kitty sister, Lemon, used to supervise just like that too!! (actually, she was usually sitting ON TOP of something and getting her hairs on freshly laundered clothes everywhere!!)

    Thanks for your lovely comments, Dennis – well, I think you put the ‘V’ in Viszla! (as in ‘vonderful’, valiant, victorious, vibrant and vivacious!!) 🙂

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  7. I thought supervising was a Poodle’s job. Trouble surely not as capable as a dog supervisor. She will probably turn the situation to her own advantage. The evil pile of clothes plot maybe

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  8. My cats, too, love to disrupt clothes being folded or packed, sheets being put on the bed, and all things kitties really should have no interest in.

    I can’t believe this is only my third time to this blog (I usually visit your other one). Must add to blog roll, yes.

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