Saturday, September 10, 2011

Chin and Ear Scritches.

Eric: This is a thorn tree and it is very good for giving your self ear scritches.

It's not bad for chin scritches either.

Flynn: Hmm, this tree smells of Eric.

Oh well, I will use this one for sharpening my claws instead.

35 comments:

  1. You sure know how to use those things to get the feel good going!

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  2. What, you guys can't share trees?

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  3. You put low hanging branches to good use.

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  4. Wish mes had one as me is NOT getting the skrittches me should!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  5. We think you guys really know how to make nature work for you!

    The Florida Furkids and Angel Sniffie

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  6. That tree scratching and chin rubbing on the thorn tree looks so appealing, boys. Enjoy!

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  7. Good job using nature to your advantage!

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  8. That is excellent use of Eric's thorn tree!

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  9. The great outdoors is just so great isn't it? All our needs can be met if we just look around.

    Well except for the love we get from our humans. - nature can't give us that.

    Purrs,
    Genghis

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  10. The big outdoors is full of very useful things to us kitties.

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  11. Oh cool, our Mumsy says when she was growing up, her grandmother called those "toothpick" trees! You guys are just so cute. We love seeing you.

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  12. We don't think we haf thorn trees. They look very convenient fur scritchin though.

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  13. That is a very useful tree you guys have got there. Its nice you share it too. Thank you for showing us all the amazing things you can do with it. I have a big fur tree. Its sort of ok for scritching but not as good as yours. It does make our furs smell nice though. Does yours make your furs smell nice too :)xx

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  14. Nothing better than a good tree to get a great scratch. Sure hope that fence isn't on but I guess not or you wouldn't be so close to it. Hope all of you have a super week end.

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  15. Be careful you don't get any thorns in your ears or chin!!

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  16. That tree sounds interesting but please mind your eyes.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  17. Our experience with thorns hasn't been good. They give us the owwie. So we stay from them. You are furry brave to get so close to them!

    ~Slash & Bronzy

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  18. ha ha! Eric got his Cat Wax all over the thorn tree!

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  19. When properly motivated, a cat knows how to make anything a good scritcher! Well done, boys!

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  20. It's like nature grew a tree with kitties enjoyment in mind! That first photo of Eric is absolutely gorgeous! The colours and shading are beautiful but nothing can compare to the expression on Eric's face. Priceless!
    It's your tree too, Flynnie! And we notice the blissful look in your eye. Something about you guys and trees together sends our mum over the moon!

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  21. Hi to you two handsome boys...how luck for you 2 to have an all purpose outside salon.
    Hugs Madi

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  22. WOW!!! That is so cool to have your own outside scritches thingy Eric even if it smells like Flynn!!
    Your TX furiends,

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  23. Yoo look mighty close to those thorns! Be careful!

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  24. I wish I had one of them tress around here!
    Happy weekend boys!
    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥

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  25. I bet it´s good for tooth scritches too :)

    P.S I found my way to you from my furiend Luna :)

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  26. Bonjour my beloved friends!
    wow this tree is fabulous, I guess it's wonderful to scritch indeed!
    I would like to try it a little bit,but here I don't have such a fabulous tree around my place!
    Maybe I can visit you someday! :)
    Love you boys,
    Luna

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  27. Oh! A do-it-yourself scritcher!

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  28. Hi guys, it's great to meet you. I'm here from Luna's blog.

    Nubbin wiggles,
    Oskar

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