03 October 2010

Voicing Silently



It's Sunday!

EJ thinks Winnie's advice in voicing silently on certain matters is good.

PS: Tortie's rump has gone a little smaller now.

17 comments:

wenn said...

cute..

Carolyon said...

I agree! The silent treatment always gets my Abbey upset! Brillant when she hasn't shared her lunch with me!

Kay L. Davies said...

Excellent advice.
I hope Tortie is okay.

Kay
Alberta, Canada

Gattina said...

How cute ! Hope he gets his belly back soon !

Greyscale Territory said...

Such a very cute photo! Silent treatment is a good way to stand firm about your ideas and keep out of trouble!

jabblog said...

Better not to be confrontational! Hope Tortie will take his medicine - it is difficult when the patient doesn't cooperate, poor boy.

Old Kitty said...

Awwwww beautiful Winnie!! Me and Charlie hope you also give gorgeous Tortie a great big hug too - he's not been well and needs tons and tons of cuddles! Take care
x

Brian said...

The camera distorts my back end sometimes too!

lupie said...

Hehehehe - Excellent Back View!!!
{{{hugs to Tortie & EJ}}}

Lucy the Cat said...

Hee hee. Yes, Winnie has the right idea to keep those certain thoughts silent. I hope Tortie's rump comes back to its fullness.

Sylvia K said...

Oh, yes, we love the "back" view! And it's definitely best to keep some thoughts to yourself. Hope to see Tortie with a full rump again soon!

Sam and Mojo

Amin said...

Beautiful.

Amin said...

Beautiful photo!

Marg said...

I hope Tortie is doing a little better now. It is really hard to give them pills. Have you tried just giving him the pill by mouth?? If you scruff him and slowly pull his head back, until his mouth is open and then drop the pill in. Just keep trying and eventually they do get used to doing it.

Boom Nisanart said...

Good Winnie !
Tortie need a good advice and good friend at this time !

Au and Target said...

Yes, it's a huge, big, fat, furry GORGEOUS arse.

Small Reflections said...

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