The Occasional Cavorting and Musings of a Female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Saturday, September 02, 2006

Help is Sought

The word is out. I've contacted the “All supreme Ayatollah of Pug Life Ministries" to attempt his assistance in purging Miss Kitty of her demon(s). I had suspected that Miss Kitty was under the influence for quite some time. It is no surprise to me that she is, indeed, a refuge for impure and malevolent spirits - as evidenced by the above photo.

All precaution will be taken with regard to feline waste in the event that impurities seek new unsuspecting hosts.

There appears to be a contagion of sorts that may be transferred to cohabitating organisms, and THIS I suspect from the photo posted below.

Please note the offending curvature of the tail, as well as the sulfuric yellow glowing eyes.

Old Yeller will not approve of my hiding his kitty litter box tray full of fresh kitty yummies, but I am compelled to act in his defense. May heaven protect us.


  • At 9:30 PM, Blogger Sam I Am said…

    You must run and find refuge!!!
    miss kitty~possessed!!


  • At 8:29 AM, Blogger Charlie The Big Dog said…

    Id stay RIGHT away from that one if I were you!
    That "Muta-tail" looks like trouble too. Id say its the source of the evil:-)

  • At 6:02 PM, Blogger Kaluah-lu said…

    Sam: Thanks for your concern, but I prefer to stand and ride this one out.

    Charlie: Thank you, as well. I intend to stay clear of the contagion, if at all possible. I'm not sure about you, but I tend to visualize Hell as a place where there are large vacuum cleaners run by large cats.

    Nuzzles to you both,

  • At 10:15 PM, Blogger Charlie said…

    And they say that squirrels are evil... obviously they have not met your Miss Kitty or my Jessie!
    - Chuck

  • At 10:17 PM, Blogger T-man said…

    You will be in good hands with the Ayatollah Mugsy. I hope he will be arriving soon, because those are some evil looking kitty cats on the loose there.

  • At 11:11 PM, Blogger Kaluah-lu said…

    Chuckie baby...

    I don't necessarily think that squirrels are evil. I tend to think of them as whackaroo. After all, you are what you eat, as they say. While we're at it, watch one of those suckers come down a tree headfirst. Most unnatural.
    Oh..and thank you so much for your support. It is so rare to find dogs of like minds, Chuckie. Most canines are encouraged to be "best friends" with the cats they co-habitate with. Wishful thinking, humans! I say, get real. You can't force species to intermingle and get along ALL the time. Period.


  • At 12:56 AM, Blogger Tin Tin Blogdog said…

    Lulu my sweet,

    If I could get over there to help I dog, you look like you could do with some help there against that possessed feline.

    I belive that in fact all cats are possessed. I've never met one that doesn't spit 'n' carry on like a, mmmm, possessed cat.

    Perhaps a good scare is what the li'l kitty needs.

    Like you jumping on her and flattening her.

    And then a photo of you on her, submitted to

    Hee hee hee.

    Also, thanks so much babe for your kind burpday wishes. I had a great day. I'm still dealin' with that bone.

    Here's another Ogden Nash to ponder:

    The panther is like a leopard,
    Except that it hasn't been peppered.
    Should you behold a panther crouch,
    Prepare to say 'ouch',
    Better yet, if called by a panther,
    Don't anther.

    Sound advice.

    Chow for now, babe,

    Tin Tin xo

  • At 4:45 AM, Blogger Ayatollah Mugsy said…

    We must not do anything rash here; an exorcism is only appropriate when we can definitively say that demonic possession is the culprit. But I must admit, those photos provides strong evidence. For now, I would suggest trying to engage the feline in canine-like activities. Chasing the cat may also help, as it could force the demon to flee. But do not, under any circumstances, let this cat butt heads with you. It is a well-documented source of demonic transmission. I must go study the holy texts now for guidance. Please keep me posted. Peace be upon you, Lulu.

  • At 10:36 AM, Blogger fee said…

    hi lulu,

    i don't know a thing about purging of malevolent spirits but methinks i've seen it done on tv once. i think you have to tie miss kitty to the bed and spit repeatedly at her.

    this is so exciting! please keep us updated!

    fee (wire fox pup from sunny singapore)

  • At 11:26 AM, Blogger Kaluah-lu said…

    Tinny, my lovely...

    How nice to hear from you! Good advice, as always, but I think I'll await the Ayatollah's further instructions on this. Fee, as you can see, has some excellent advice, but as I told her in a posting on her blog.. I would have to enlist the assistance of the larger breed of dog since the smaller ones tend to be salivary challenged. It's a thought. If anything, we could have ourselves a proper spit fest with Miss Kitty as an unwilling participant. The thought truly beckons me. Still, this is the Ayatollah's domain and I have to respect that.

    Anyway.. I do so love Sir Nash.

    And..what of Sir Edward Lear? He's another "favourite," as you Aussies would say. Read this and tell me who you think the Scroobius Pip appears to be. I think I've figured it out:

    The Scroobious Pip went out one day
    When the grass was green, and the sky was grey.
    Then all the beasts in the world came round
    When the Scroobious Pip sat down on the ground.

    The cat and the dog and the kangaroo,
    The sheep and the cow and the guinea pig too.
    The wolf he howled, the horse he neighed;
    The little pig squeaked and the donkey brayed.
    And when the lion began to roar
    There never was heard such a noise before.

    And every beast he stood on the tip
    Of his toes to look a the Scroobious Pip.
    At last they said to the Fox - "By far,
    You're the wisest beast! You know you are!
    Go close to Scroobious Pip and say,
    Tell us all about yourself we pray-
    For as yet we can't make out in the least
    If you're Fish or Insect, or Bird or Beast."

  • At 5:29 PM, Blogger Woofwoof said…

    That second picture is hilarious. If that cat were here, I'd torture it mercilessly, just to watch that tail curl. Can I borrow the kitty for Halloween?

  • At 11:46 PM, Blogger Brody the Bulldog said…


    Do let me know if you would like an A.R.F. security team on site. We've got a few supernatural specialists who are always itching for a tangle.

    They ain't afraid of no ghost.


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