Tuesday, October 2, 2018

The Raceway

It look likes a privacy fence. But as I mentioned once before we hold dog races here. 
Greyhounds on a race course? Nope. Penny Cox on the inside track racing the neighbor's dog on the outside for several laps. 
Who usually wins? Who knows. 
Why am I mentioning this again, you might ask. Because there's been a new entrant into the race. Franky has decided he wants a piece of the action and has started racing the neighbor's dog as well. Silly kitty.

Penny and room mates.

Frank, the short distance sprinter.



41 comments:

  1. Frank aka Monster Kitty is dreaming of being a champion! Hugs, Valerie

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    1. Heh. Yes, indeed.
      Hugs received and returned.

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  2. This is TOO funny. I absolutely LOVE cat stories that are positive. And Frankie's are the best. Poor Penny might just end up in second or third place one of these times!

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    1. Heh. For having shorter legs, Frankie moves right along.

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  3. Wants to show the dogs how it is done.

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  4. All this racing is about just meeting up with each other to sniff bottoms.

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    1. Unfortunately for them that fence will always be in the way of that little custom.

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  5. Now that would be a great video to capture.

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  6. Another fun reminder that I need to be out speed walking Super Sandra! (lol) Hugs and Happy Tuesday! RO

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  7. That is so funny! You need to get a video of the race!

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  8. That is funny especially that the cat wants to be a dog. Dogs know what it means to have fun

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  9. I agree, we need to see a video of the race.

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  10. Is Frankie the long shot🐈^_^
    How cute that must be to see 😻

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  11. LOL! This is hilarious! LOL! Would love to see a video! Big Hugs Sandra! Hope you are healing well!

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    1. Glad you liked it, Stacy. I'm doing fine. Thanks.
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  12. Walking a dog the other day he slipped out of his collar and ran down the middle of the street toward home. I was glad he made it safe, he didn't like getting sprinkled on.

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  13. CJ--Couldn't do reply. Sigh.
    Yes, I need a vid:)

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  14. Haha, that's adorable! Love how Franky doesn't want to be left out. And those photos are so cute!

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    1. Heh. Oh yes, he has to be in the middle of whatever is going on.

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  15. When I lived in Illinois, my dogs and Rocky, the dog who lived next door, were always trash talking and holding contests. Which dog barks loudest? Which dog is fastest? Who is best at digging under the fence? My dogs always won.

    Love,
    Janie

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  16. Oh my! Though this made me chuckle, its so true as well. Our neighbors dogs are always running barking contests. And especially in the night!

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  17. dood !!!!!! all betz R on ewe sew next race ya gotta win, place N show.....leeve thoz dawgz in de dust az it were....984 PAWZ UP buddy !!!! :) ☺☺♥♥ ~~~~~~~ wavez frum uz ~~~~~~~~~

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    1. He was zippen' today. Got in a good 3 laps:)

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    1. It is, Jan. He got another two to three laps in today:)

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