For Throwback Thursday I thought I would share this post about watching The Fourth of July fireworks with Chris in 2014.
We have unusual cats, especially Chris. There is just no better way to say that.
Yesterday we had a lot of company at our house and, as usual, Chris was up in everybody’s business. There is nothing surprising about that. Chris is a very social cat. What is a little surprising is what happened later.
We had planned on walking around the corner where we could watch the city fireworks display but a thunderstorm rolled in just before the fireworks were supposed to start. We sat on our patio as the wind pushed the rain through the screens. We were hoping it would be like a typical summer shower and be over quickly but it lasted long enough for us to give up on watching the fireworks.
Then the rain ended as suddenly as it began and several locals began setting off their own fireworks that we could see from…
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You’re so brave, Chris ! We’re going to hide during the celebration of Swiss National Day tonight, we’re afraid of the noise. Purrs
I hope it is not too loud.
That was a great video……you’re right – that was as good as any huge display in a large town and the foreground of the marina and water was pretty too. I loved hearing the little kids appreciating the show. When our Sammy was young he loved watching the fireworks we’d do in our front yard – they weren’t really noisy (just fountains) but as he aged he got more afraid of them. Teddy could care less. LOL
Thanks. I really miss that place. It was my favorite home ever. We moved because we couldn’t pay the high rent and the car payment for my wife’s new Mustang. I would have ditched the Mustang if I had the choice.
What brave kitties you have! Even distant fireworks have always sent ours to their hidey places.
Chris and Frankie a very brave. I will have to look for the video of them and the vacuum cleaner when I have time.
Chris is a strange one! We all run and hide when the boomers start.
Chris sure is different. 🙂
I am glad the ones near us are not so close 🙂
I guess in some ways you are lucky.