Thursday, October 18, 2007

Russell's All Happy.

Me, too. The weekend is coming up, and even though Mom's going to start moving things and painting things, I think we can both help her out a whole bunch. I'll have to show him how to snoopervise, but he's a pretty quick study.

22 comments:

  1. Snoopervising is very important. It's good Russell's a quick study

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  2. just make shur that he's not the top snoopervisor! you need to snoopervise him snoopervising your mom

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  3. Ginger boys do learn and are furry quick studies.

    Russell, did you send in to join the Gorgeous Gingers?

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  4. I hope your mommy's work could be settle down soon.

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  5. Russell! Look at your wonderful self!

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  6. He does look happy, and even though painting requires moving some of our favorite furniture, it also is a great task to snoopervize. It's one of our favorite things to help with, even though HB tends to get paint on his tail.
    --Jasper

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  7. This is a good thing. Your mom obviously needs at least Double-Cat snoopervising.

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  8. Russell you are so cute in your picture. I am sure you will learn to snoopervise very soon. It is an important job.

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  9. Snoopervising is a huge job! Wussell, make sure you wearn evewything carefuwwy!

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  10. It's good that he can learn to snoopervise. Then you can take a few breaks here & there.

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  11. It's very important to provide proper snoopervision when your mom starts a "project". Without it, a mess is inevitable! You guys stay on top of it, and it'll turn out ok...and I agree with you about the orange!

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  12. It is good that Russell is going to help with the snoopervision. Make sure you get some ginger and black hairs stuck in the wet paint.
    We would love to have Russell as a Gorgeous Ginger.

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  14. hey, we passed an award on to you too. you keep an eye on Russell, he might have limited abilities to snoopervise, he is untested

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  15. I'm glad to see Russell so relaxed and happy, just waiting to join in the snoopervision. Hey, is that really him turning invisible in Wednesday's picture? That's scary! Behave yourself Caroline:) xxx

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  16. Snoopervision is verry important when the Beins stasrt painting and moving things. You need to make sure is is also good for you.

    Skeeter and LC

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  17. If you swish your tail against the wet paint, it will leave pretty designs. Your mom may be mad, though. Still, it is my suggestion.

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  18. Painting!!!!! That's an ongoing thing at my place :( Now that fall is here and it's cooler,it will start again,wah!!

    I have not been visiting so much since Mom was not around enough (wah) Thank you for the award.Black cats must stick together!!

    Hope things are going OK on the Russell front ;)

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  19. Russell does look very happy. Be sure to teach Russell all he needs to know about snoopervising, William. I like the suggestions about tails and wet paint, but that might lead to tail washing with water.

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  20. Looks to me like Russell just fits in fine with the rest of you. Russell has lovely coloring too, and quite a nice tail. He looks to be a mellow fellow, but I know, looks can be deceiving, at times. Precious can look darn sweet and innocent, and believe you me, that is one wild and crazy gurl.

    Pataches

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  21. Russell looks right at home already! I hope things are going well with the snoopervising!

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  22. I'm glad you and Russell are getting along so well. I'm sure Caroline will get used to him soon.
    Make sure you walk thru all that paint to make sure it matches the carpets. tee hee hee.

    I talk to my birdies too!! My mouth gets all chittery and I go "machine paw" as Daisy calls it on my window. They just sit and mock me.

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