Friday, January 27, 2012

Introoder Kitty!

Introoder alert! Introoder alert!

This is what I was saying this evening as I was rudely interrupted from doing my usual patrolling routine around the backyard.

My territory was breached by this large gray and white kitty. He just appeared out of no where. Literally. One minute I was alone in the back yard and the next thing I know, this giant behemoth of a cat launches itself over my fence line. He must have had a trampoline on the other side, because I don't know if I could jump over it like that. He didn't get far into the yard, I met him over by the barn and we had a stand off. Mum came out just as it was getting good.

We were about 3 feet apart, facing each other making all kinds of vishus cat noizes. She got the flashy light and beamed it at us because it was dark and peepul eyez don't see much in the dark. We both glanced at her briefly then went back to the stare down. Mum started walking across the yard and he turned to go. I thought, "this is my chance" so I followed behind him, well he stopped and turned back to me so then we were even closer. A great amount of loudness began. I was yelling at him, he was yelling at me, Mum was yelling at us, there was so much yelling happening. The WB heard the commoshun and came out to see what was going down. He brought his extra bright light and walked right up to the both of us. Introoder kitty stayed for a minute more but then saw that the WB meant bizniss and ran to the fence. I don't know how he did it, but he launched himself back over the fence. He was no small kitten either, he was at least my size, maybe bigger and he climbed up and over the tall fence boards like nuthin.

Now Mum is worried that I'll know how to climb the fence and go find him. I guess I won't be going out unsoopervised much for awhile.

That was rather stressful, I definitely need a nap now. I hope I don't dream of that introoder kitty, I'd rather not see him again.


Victor Tabbycat said...

O noes! Not an introoder kitty! We gots naybor kitties who walk unner our windows sumtimes. I like teh girl kitteh, but I's not so sure bout the boy kitteh. Good luck!

Sparkle said...

You showed that intruder, William! I am sure that if your humans hadn't been around you would still have sent him packing!

Cheysuli and gemini said...

Wow! Introoder kitties are often upsetting. We don't like them much here and keep an eye on them from the window.

Harry Spotter said...

You were so brave. YOu stood your ground and protected your territory. You deserves some delicous treats. Have a reat weekend my hero friend.

Katnip Lounge said...

A BEHEMOTH??? Holy cats, we better keep a sharp eye out to make sure he doesn't launch over our back fence!

Well done, William, telling him off.

Sweet Purrfections said...

That's scary! We think there is an introoder kitty that is hanging around on our front porch because Mom Paula is smelling urine and it's not ours!

Truffle and Brulee

Camp Stanhope Happenings said...

We've had an intruder this week, too, in the form of a big white cat with orange splotches along the top of his back--like someone spilled paint! Bogie guards the yard in the evenings (we haven't seen him again in the daylight and don't know where he's come from, either).


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