LOL, look at you, Flynn! Did the heat steal all of your bones?
Just barely made it out the door before collapsing? MOL! That green grass looks so inviting!
Watch that first step...oh, too late Flynn!
Couldn't go any farther I see.
What, walking two steps is that exhausting? :-D
Oops! Watch the first step
Look out! Nap attack - no warning! And he's down....
Is it narcolepsy, Flynn?
Flynn, you look like you passed out as soon as you got out the door! Haha!!
Quick! Eat something!!!; ) Katie
Did you catch it?
Looks like someone is exhausted!
Me falls asleep when me is watching for mousies sometimes. Is that what happened to yous?KissesNellie
Let me guess, under that paw is a mousie!
Oh my, have you got a catnip farm growing in that greenhouse :)xx
Even when you can't hold out any longer, your handsome furs can! LOL!
Nothing like a good nap, who cares where you are. When you just can't keep your eyes open any more, just drift off. Have a great day.
Looks like someone is WAY overdo for a nap!
Awesome dude - one step out of the door and collapse.
MOL Flynn getting over that first threshold after a long day of gardening is hard.hugs Madi
Now Flynn we know the sun is a rare sight this year but there's no need to pass out!Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx
goodness, those nap attacks happen anywhere!
Did you do lots of mousie chasing in there?
Whatcha doin' Flynn? It looks like you tripped and fell flat on your face coming out of the greenhouse! Surely that can't be the case. You must be stalking something.Happy World Cat Day!
FlynnDid you have a nap attack?purrsAbby
must...get...out...doormust...reach...grass...ahhhhhhh.....We love this picture.
Flynn, are you sleeping off a good mousie dinner?Kassey
Flynn I was just gonna ask if you caught a mousie?
Did you pawty too hard and pass out?
VERY relaxed!! You're making us feel sleepy already! =)Love, Grace & Company
Got as far as you could and melted into the ground? And with your tail still in the door! Wow!
MOL! aaaaaand ...NAP!
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