- Remember how Baby handled a scurrydog encroachment with our water and food dishes?
- When the entire world froze over, scurrydogs made their brazen moves toward our din-dins.
- Scurrydogs are not the only critters carrying a "Cauli nickname."
Monday, January 21, 2013
We Appreciate Those Scurrydogs
Hey, Scurrydog! That's MY Water Dish!
We felines who hang around Mooresville Public Library (or hang with some of the Library's human staffers) fully appreciate our friendly rodent antagonists. I've blogged many times about scurrydogs:
Some cats consider scurrydogs to be running dinners, but they're pretty big, kinda tough, and unbelievably fast. Slobberdogs chase them around, and we felines join in that fun, but nobody wants to get hurt playing predator/prey pursuit. For us kitties and slobberdogs (and scurrydogs, for that matter) around where I live, it's just an exercise game.
People may show their appreciation for scurrydogs by putting out some n'yum n'yums like sunflower seeds (in the shell is okay with every scurrydog I've met). It's cold around my Library right now, so scurrydogs could use some extra calories. Minions, make it so.
P.S. It figures that somebody would have a scurrydog tribute video on YouTube. And why not? Let's give the little dudes some appreciation! So says musician Matt Zimmerman in this music video (2011). Cool tune!