Sunday, May 19, 2013

PreStorm Walk

 I took Mrs. Master on a very long walk Sunday afternoon so she would be nice and calm during the storms.
We even stopped at our very own part of the Kansas Ocean on the way home.

I think it's obvious why we haven't shown you before.  Maybe our home owners association should talk to Zim's to find out how to make ours nicer!

Hope you all got your humans out to exercise before the big storms.

Stay Safe!

Nora B. Webster


  1. Our humans had three soccer games and a graduation party to fit in this afternoon. But Mom managed to get us all out for a good walk too. We didn't find any oceans along the way:)

    So far the storms have been tolerable, hope the rest of the night stays this way. The weather guys have been all over the place about tornadoes.

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

  2. We saw the storms on television. Hope they missed you. We are so glad your pawrents realise the important stuff, like making sure you get your walks in. Or their walks, so they don't panic.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

  3. Stay safe. We hope it is not too bad. Have a marvellous Monday.
    Best wishes Molly

  4. STAY SAFE.... the Weather Blabbers have been talking BAD weather coming you way again.

    SHIVER SHAKE SHIVER... OH YES NORA, Stay very much safe.

  5. It's very impawtant to walk our humans thoroughly before a storm. Otherwise they get all jumpy and need lots of extra reassurance. Sigh. It's so hard taking care of humans!

  6. Nora, Mrs. Master and Master
    We hope and purr you and all your loved ones are safe. We will keep your lovely state in our purrs
    Madi and Mom

  7. I hope you are safe Nora, we have some storms coming later. I am afraid of storms so I will be hiding.

    Loveys Sasha

  8. I hopes you all are safe with all these nasty storms! Gosh, I've been thinkin' abouts all of you in the path of these monsters!
    Glads you got out and abouts before they hit!

  9. Oh, yeah, for sure. We have to walk ours every day, several TIMES a day or they'd be crazy people!
    I didn't realize you lived so close to the KSO! That must be the tributary that goes off toward the east. It's a bit narrower, maybe that's why the algae is all built up. I need to look for you next time I venture out there!
    Play bows,

  10. We are not fond of storms either, but we don't get the scary ones like you do. In fact Milo was still in his mum's tummy the last time a tornado came through Lexington. We prefer to do a pre-storm gather of toys and blankets so we can snuggle our humans up to insure their safety. Seems to work... they don't shake much.

    Shelle, Milo, Dixie and Newby,