Sunday, November 14, 2010

Silly Sunday - Is Sherpa A VAMPIRE Cat?

I have been skulking around and watching Farm cat Sherpa.
I am worried he might be....

A VAMPIRE CAT!!!!!

What is my evidence you ask?
Just look - he sneaks up on Harry the Farm kitten all nice and sweet.
He licks him and holds him like he is his friend
Then he goes in for the big bitey!
THE BITEY IS RIGHT ON HARRY'S NECK!



What do you think?
Should I be worried?
Should I wear garlic?
Mmmm, garlic.

13 comments:

  1. Harry does not even seem to notice! He must be under Sherpa's spell!

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  2. Just to be on the safe side you all might should wear scarves this winter!

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  3. No. You should write a book about him and make millions. Vampires are so fashionable:)

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  4. Love Debbie's comment. She has the right idea. LOL.

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  5. maybe sherpa can star on true blood as the vampire cat!

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  6. I thought Sherpa looked so sweet & innocent. Looks can certainly be deceiving.
    And I do think that Debbie's idea is a good one.

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  7. Sherpa is the cutest Vampire we've ever seen! Even Harry doesn't seem to mind his biteys. We don't think you need to worry at all. Do goats put biteys on each other?

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  8. Vampires are "in" these days, you know. I think he's doing that because all the cute girls love vampires. :)

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  9. I agree with those who suggested that you cash in on him! Sherpa is such a handsome kitty to begin with, and being a vampire cat on top of it gives him the star quality that could potentially shoot him to the top!

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  10. Don't worry. Just enjoy the cute kitties! We do the same thing to each other. We like Beaded Tails question!

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  11. Oh, yes, we have one of those kitties here too. So far, nobody has died from his vampire attacks, but you might try the garlic just in case, and then you'd have a nice snack with you, too.

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