Friday, August 10, 2012

The Friday Flashback.

I found my Plague Ratsie. I haven't seen him for a while. Hmm, he smells the same as usual.

I think he needs a bunny kicking.

And a whapping.

Does any one want to try and take him away from me?

You would be silly to try.

I am glad I have found ratsie again.

I think I need a bath now. Nip always makes me want to wash myself. I will just hold on to ratsie with my claw though in case he tries to hide again.

30 comments:

  1. Did you deaded that rat good? I do not think I could buy a toy with the word "plague" in it. Just saying. But I do rather like his tail. :D

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  2. That rat is not getting away from you!

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  3. I think you showed that Ratsie but good! He will not try to run away again.

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  4. Yep--you can never trust at Ratsie! Hold on!

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  5. That was a nice sized ratsie! His tail should make him easy to find :)

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  6. Ratsie looks like a very plaything !!

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  7. We like our ratsie too. Concats on your gold medal in the sync napping.

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  8. We'd forgotten all about Ratsie. Pawsome flashback!

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  9. I have one too! I need to get him out.

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  10. My human thought I would go nuts over my plague ratsie, but I was only mildly interested.

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  11. Good idea to keep your paw on him. Those ratsies can't be trusted! MOL!

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  12. You sure showed that ratsie a thing or two, Flynn!

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  13. We think Truffle may take you on to get that rat! We have no idea where ours is.

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  14. We love it when we find old toys again, May I say how athletic you are looking there! Plague Ratsie is doomed.

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  15. Glad you found you Rat again , Flynn !
    Sometimes my mousies disapears too :(

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  16. That ratsie never stood a chance, Flynn.

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  17. Yup, you sure have that mouse under good control and what a good idea to hold on to it while taking a good bath. Have a great week end.

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  18. We bet the plague ratsie is looking forward to a fun day with you Flynn!
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  19. That makes us think that we haven't see our plague ratsie i along time... Maybe we need to organise #1 to organise a search...

    You ask about Vidock and Violette. They are both three years old and we born on May 12th and 11th, 2009, respectively! Vidock is about 17 hands high and Violette is around 16h2-3. Both are pure-bred Percherons, and Vidock is a stallion approved for breeding.

    Purrs,
    The Chans

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  20. MOL Flynn
    Mousing and playing are dirty work...good to see you had time for a mini grooming session
    Hugs Madi

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  21. Oooooo! Plague ratsies are heaven on earth! We've found nothing we like better. Our mum thinks they are quite artistic and kept one to hang on our Christmas tree! The woman is mad, we tell you! Kisses and hugs darling boys.

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  22. Oh my gosh we love our plague ratsies that you sent us in our santa paws christmas parcel. We love playing with them although mum says they smell bad - LOL!!!

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  23. Isn't it wonderful when you discover an old faFURite again? Dylan found his again yesterday and was batting it around like crazy.

    I think those plague ratsies have valerian in them or something -- whatever it is, it sure lasts a long time.

    Those things sure can take a beating and still hold up!

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  24. Flynn
    That looks like a furry fun ratsie. I bet you'll never be far from him again.
    Have a great weekend.

    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ✿•*¨`*•. ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥✿•*¨`*•.

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  25. Do the mousies in the fields get as big as the plague ratsies?

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  26. That looks like a lot of fun, Flynn! WOMAN, we want one!!! Purrs.

    Taffy

    We see that you have a ancient Christmas cactus, too. You can read the story about my woman's cactus in the comments on Mark's Mews. Laura

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  27. Wow, we're heard of plague ratsies, but we've never SEEN one. And nip makes you wanna bathe? Seriously? MOL!

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