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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

The Teenage Years ...


Sigh ...my sister Rosie has hit feline adolescence 


not listening 


You are not the boss of me 


Give me the car keys ...I want OUT of this house


Here's just a sampling of recent Rosie related incidents ...

1. Playing peek-a-boo I am going to get you with Lulu, my bunny sister 

2. Jumping up on the counter while my assistant is making sandwiches and snatching  pieces of turkey - not once, but three times!

3. Using the lap top key board as a scratching post

4. Ripping a hole in a new, unopened bag of dry cat food - so when my assistant picked up the bag all the food fell on the floor.

5. And my personal favorite, giving herself a bath on the kitchen table just as the peeps are about to sit down for dinner.


Busy, come back later. 


Do you believe what I have to put up with?
 

84 comments:

  1. welcome to my world...seems Luke alex has been giving Rosie some tips

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  2. You're telling me? Try living with 6 cats! AND a foster kitten!

    ....Whisky

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  3. Awww, Pip, me feels fur you. You has such a ruff life!

    :o)

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  4. How do you do it, Pip? The things we have to endure sometimes. Sniffs, The HoundDogs

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  5. I'll tell the easiest way to straighten Rosie out: chase her BOL!

    Rooooo!
    Douglas

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  6. Ahhh! Girls and the teenage years. Don't miss them at all. Rosie is being a regular bum isn't she! I do love her ears!

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  7. PIP I am so lucky, I don't have to put up with this sort of thing. And what's up with the ears? Is that the latest teenage cat craze?
    Blessings,
    Goose

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  8. I sorries but I not feels your pain howevers, brudder Albert does cuz I is only 4 so he has been wheres you is and he say it be a nightmares.

    Now Rosie has always skeered da daylights outta me but nows her REALLY skeeres me...except I did likes da part bouts her grooming herself on table. I thinks I'll tries dat.

    Puddles

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  9. Oh the HORROR of it all. I do not know how you stand it. I think the management needs to GROUND HER!

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  10. Oh and I has sent Mini Puddles to da store fur us to gets our stuffs. You stay right wheres you is, on da couch.

    Puddles

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  11. The kitties are different, aren't they. Freedom, Casper and Nikki feel your pain...just a little different...they live with a senior kitty.

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  12. Tee hee, she has a very dissaffected look in those photos. You can almost imagine she is composing some stormy adolescent poetry.

    Urban Hounds

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  13. MOL Pip...sounds like Rosie has her cat-a-tude adjusted purrfectly to me!!
    What a cute pic of you two together
    Hugs from your BFFF,
    Madi

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  14. Dude... our kitteh brudder still does lots of those things and he's 17! But that's probably because he's into the cranky old man stage!

    Sam and Pippen

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  15. Pip. be glad you don't live in our house. There are hundreds of cats here. (not really hundreds) But there are way too many. Rosie had very interesting ears. She sounds like she is just a cat and can get away with the stuff. You know Pip, that cats rule unfortunately for us dogs. Hope all of you have a great day.

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  16. Sounds like time for a time out and take away the nip, Pip!!! Have to keep those rebellious teens under control.

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  17. But that all sounds so normal Mr. Pip!

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  18. I hope you were able to take advantage of the food on the floor incident. Sounds like Rosie has settled into your new home a bit too well.

    Cindy

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  19. Ah Pip, I kinda understand your pain. Cats sure do think that all the rules DO NOT apply to them. You know, like taking a bath on the kitchen table.

    You are a very patient pup, Pip.

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  20. Pip, you are truly a saint!

    -Bart and Ruby

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  21. Oh Pip, those teen years are so tough. I feel for you. However, Rosie is pretty darn cute! Hang in there Pip, it will get better.

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  22. There was some very inappropriate sniggering coming from our mother when she was reading about Rosie's misdemeanours.
    We, of course, are horrified, just like you are Pip!
    Dip Bridge and Elliot x

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  23. We feel for you Pip, all we know about cats it to chase, but we do know teenagers hang on it's gonna get worse. BOL


    The silvers and more

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  24. Hey Pip!
    Wow, it sure sounds like a teenager to me! At least she's entertaining and none of this trouble is your fault. I'm always happy when it's not my mess! BOL.
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, COP

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  25. I feel your pain, Pip! I used to have a kitteh and he was much the same way.

    The good thing about Rosie being so naughty lately is that all the focus is now on her so you could probably get away with things a little easier now. Just don't take it too far though!

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  26. Bathing on the kitchen table while peoples are eating there???.....

    Too, too disgusting. Put her down in the basement for a day or two, maybe she will change her wayz.

    Kisses,

    Stella and Mom

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  27. Wow! Rosie sounds a lot like Finn right about now! He turned two a month or so ago and now he is the classic teenager!

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  28. Rosie sounds like quite the character.

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  29. Awww Pip! you should get a special award for having to live with a teenager, even worse a kitty teenager!

    We feel you pain

    Slobbers

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  30. Our favorite is #4. That is a good one! Sounds like she is coming into her true kitteh form. Hold on to your fur Pip!

    Kitty+Coco

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  31. Oh, that Rosie! Next thing you know, she'll be getting pierced somewhere and dating strange boys! I hope you have a lot of patience!

    Bunny

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  32. Well Pip, what were the humans doing trying to eat dinner in the middle of Rosie's bathtub??? Tee heee!

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  33. Hi Pip! Our favorite ones are #3 and 4!! :) :)

    Momo & Pinot xoxo

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  34. Whew! That Rosie sure does think she runs the place, doesn't she? (But, well, I kinda want to learn that trick about ripping into the bag of food. Do you think she'd teach me?)

    Wiggles & Wags,
    Mayzie

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  35. PeeS. Thank you, thank you for your kind and sweet words on my bloggie today for mom. They really meant the whole wide world to her!

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  36. Hehehehe this is why there are nooooo kitties in my house!
    -Corbin
    Ok... really the reason is bc my dad is allergic. If he wasn't, I wouldn't be here and my house would be invaded with 50 cats.

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  37. I hear you, my friend.... Somedays....

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  38. Amiguinho Pip...
    Tenha paciência, os adolescentes são assim mesmo...
    Então ... Voce tem que aguentar e colocar a ordem na casa. Rssssss.
    Mas é difícil não é amiguinho?

    Sua irmã é muito fofa e lindinha, apesar de ser adolescente, e ter a fase de querer tudo e mandar.
    Rssssss.

    Voce está lindo com esta camisa de rock. Muito fofo, como sempre está.
    Fica com o Papai do Céu.
    OBRIGADA POR SUA AMIZADE!
    Aus 1000 e Beijos 1000 com carinho das amigas do Brasil ...

    KIPPY & LILLY

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  39. Pip, I want to know where did you get the sweater with the guitar. Bet you rock and roll with it on.
    Sweet William The Scot

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  40. TEENAGERS! HUH!!

    Hope she grows out of it soon.

    Love and licks, Winnie

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  41. Oh Pip! We think what Rosie does is so normal!! We 'specially like to bathe on the dining room table!!

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  42. Come to our house Pip for a vacation...or um... a dose of hell which would makes Rosie's antics seem quite tame in comparison!! Six cats Pip.Six.Count em.

    Your pals in disbelief and utter horror ,
    Issa and Duffy at the cottage xo

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  43. Hmmm, sounds like your feline sissy has quite a case of teenage naughtiness. I hope you don't pick up some of her habits, Pip. You would never, right!?! ;)

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  44. O Dogness! Sounds like Sammie with the octostuffings; is Rosie bein' nice to YOU??? On behalf of Mom, we mighta been a little tiny upset about the bag 0 foodables sprinkling the floor, but we woulda known what to do about it wink wink!
    Hugs xoxo
    Sammie and Avalon

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  45. Your personal favorite is mine too, Pip! Wow, that Rosie is going wild. You better guard your snacks closely or she might eat them!

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  46. Kitties are weird aren't they? What a ruff life
    Dachshund Nola

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  47. She sounds like a pawful of sassy! Just don't let her start running with the wrong crowd!

    Wyatt

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  48. Oh Pip! I am so sorry that you have to share your house with such an adolescent!

    I laughed out loud that she was playing peek-a-boo I'm going to get you with the bunny:)

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  49. you better show who is boss in that house
    Benny & Lily

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  50. And she took a bath on the kitchen table! Does she think she is a queen bee?
    love
    tweedles

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  51. BOOTIFUL Rosie, I know this is untrue. You are far too innocent and lovely.

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  52. Awww, Pip. You know you have to be a responsible big brother if you want Rosie to grow into a mature cat.

    Huggies and Cheese,

    Haopee

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  53. It's a travesty Pip! I don't know how you do it. Such patience!

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  54. OMG! You are living with KC's long lost sister... or aunty or something! is she evil too? Deccy x

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  55. Oh Pip that's rough! I think you are the boss, not the c-a-t. Maybe you better put some scheme into action and see what you can do about the situation.

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  56. I love this post!! I've always thought that as difficult as dog's adolescent times, cats are even worse. After all, cats can go places dogs can't.

    Relax, it doesn't last forever and someday you can look back and laugh.
    Sue

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  57. lol pip!
    yep! you are a true family!
    wonderful through and through!

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  58. Pip - how DO you do it, putting up with all of that teenage stuff!?!?
    I think you should get the treat of your choice!!
    Stewey

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  59. Pip, do I detect a tone of jellyness in your postie? Mebbe you wish you had kitteh powahs so you could do those things? There is one thing both you and I can do... Pawdon me while I go start werk on that unopened bag of dog food sitting on the floor.

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  60. Poor Pip, the things you have to endure that no cute-as-can-be guy should have to.

    Stay strong Pip, I thinks they grow out of it (at least I hope so).

    Sugar the Who

    p-n-s:: the momma here snorted and snickered over the foods falling on the floor...her mentals are fading.

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  61. We feel your pain Pip. And when they get older, it doesn't get any better! No worries, and love, Stella and Rory

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  62. No going back, now. Rosie has achieved full catitude.

    We're so sorry to hear about Miss Judi's test results and will keep our paws crossed for her. Mama's been a breast cancer survivor for 17 years and we have every confidence Miss Judi will also be a survivor.

    Jed & Abby

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  63. thank you for the insight cause mommish loves meow meow but we'll be sure to save this post just in case she gets any cute ideas when our new pibble house is built

    pibble sugars
    the pittie pack

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  64. Oh Wows wee is so gladsome wee does nots lives wivs hormonal kitties dems is skarysome

    Lovs always
    Ronnii
    xxxxxx

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  65. My sissy be home so nows we has to go celebrate. Well she's home but not really if you get my drift.
    I has da green beer ready but da cheetos keep gettin' soggy when I try to turn them green...WTH? Prolly shouldn't has used food colorin' huh?

    I will release da prisoner promptly so he can sing a few tunes. My mum especially likes "My Wild Irish Rose"
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAaBzfWnO2U

    puddles

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  66. Pip, the horrors you must suffer at the hands of that kitty. Be strong my pal and right now I am glad to be an only child.

    Loveys Sasha

    p.s. the last picture of you is way tooooooooooo cute

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  67. Pip, I'm right there with ya, buddy. What our Bella gets away with!

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  68. Hi Pip. Glad to meet you. Just found your blog. It's very cool. We Yorkies know how it is.

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  69. OMDogness my sweet Friend...
    Your Sis Rosie is one hilarious girl :o)))
    She is verrrrrrrry Pretty though and guess pretty girls get away with murder, Huh?

    You still look Pawsome and on top of your game!
    Later,
    Neeko :o)

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  70. So sorry, Pip. Looks like all you can do is hang in there!

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  71. Sounds exactly like a teenager! We feel for ya Pip! xoxo Chloe and LadyBug

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  72. You are a sait Pip, a real saint to put up with all that....Hee Hee.

    Just wanted to tell you, pal how much your thought about Knuckles meant to us this week. Thanks so much for stopping by.

    pawhugs, Max and HH

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  73. Pip, you cutie! Mom Julie just wants to smother you with kisses in your rock star outfit!

    Rosie, oh, yeah, we know adolescence around here. Mitty'll soon grow into it. Meanwhile, there are fur-raising antics around the house and is he fast? His shelter name was Bolt!!

    Happy St. Pattty's Day, my furriend!

    Hugs,
    Tom
    xx

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  74. Wow!1 What a nauthy kitty.

    After she stole the turkey -- 3 times --- she had to groom herself oin the table. Sissy sas thaast's what cat do!!

    Sniff ya later.....Weenie

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  75. These are the hardest months PIP! I'm telling you, these cateenagers.

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  76. Wow Pip you sure have your hands full - we've heard these felines can be very wilful, you just need tp put down a firm paw with her ;-) Have a great week buddy, Dex and Lou xxx

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  77. She's got a a bad case of teenage cat-titude!
    Good Luck, Pip!

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  78. Cats are so bothersome, especially when they attack the dog. Echo

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  79. hey Pip,

    Kitty-cats can be so bothersome. I am just shocked that Rosie did not throw you any of the turkey she was stealing. That's gratitude for you. Geesch!

    Suka

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  80. Ah haha... us doggies shouldn't have to put up with that, Pip!

    Hope you had a wonderful weekend! :)

    Woofs & hugs, <3

    ~Bailey (Yep, I'm a girl!)

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  81. We think she's lovely! But then, we're all cats :-)

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  82. Gulp!
    Pip, you awe cleewly a saint to put up wif that
    Teenagews, thewe 's nothing to do but wait it out, hehehe
    Thank dog youw pawents have you to delight them evewy moment of the day

    Btw. If you evew come to visit me in Boo da Pest, i will cawwy you on my back when you get tiwed fwom all those steps, so don't wowwy ( but leave youw feline sissie home till she gwows out of being a teenagew, ahahahahahahaha)
    Smoochie kisses
    Asta

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