The Outdoor Adventures of Frankie D. Cat

This is from a couple of years ago but Frankie and Chris are still relentless about wanting to go outside.

Bad Cat Chris

Chris and Frankie have both been increasingly annoying lately in their attempts to get one of us to let them outside. Frankie is the vocal one. He will make lots of noise while sitting and staring at the door. Chris is the sneaky one. Every time I go outside I check to make sure there is no cat around and then make a quick dash out the door. More often than you could imagine, before I get a chance to close the door, Chris is already outside.

At least I don’t have to worry too much about Chris running off and often I will let him stay out for a few minutes before I bring him in. He mostly just eats grass or lies on the driveway. If I leave him out too long he will start to wander off and then I know it is time to bring him…

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8 thoughts on “The Outdoor Adventures of Frankie D. Cat

  1. Summer

    My human would freak if we encountered an off leash dog – she would immediately be on me in a protective crouch! Funny thing is, I probably wouldn’t be fazed.

    1. Charles Huss Post author

      Frankie was concerned but not afraid. I can understand letting your Basset Hound off the leash now and then but that kind of dog needs to always be on a leash.


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