Poor Kitty!


Lil' Nut came running through the house yelling, "Mommy, I put Sassy in the clothes machine and I can't get her out!" I followed her into the laundry room, opened the dryer door, and found a very confused kitty. Thankfully Lil' Nut hasn't learned how to turn the dryer on yet. My sweet 3 year old has sure been keeping me on my toes lately. ;)

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Wednesday, September 05, 2007
Poor Kitty!

Lil' Nut came running through the house yelling, "Mommy, I put Sassy in the clothes machine and I can't get her out!" I followed her into the laundry room, opened the dryer door, and found a very confused kitty. Thankfully Lil' Nut hasn't learned how to turn the dryer on yet. My sweet 3 year old has sure been keeping me on my toes lately. ;)

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9 Comments:
Anonymous Alesha said...
Well, let's just praise the Lord it wasn't the WASHER!!!! lol! :-)

So glad kitty is ok!

Alesha

Blogger Jodi said...
LOL ~ There's just no knowing the mind of a 3 year old ... it must have seemed like a good idea at the time. ;o)

Blogger Karen said...
Poor little kitty....I remember my 3 year olds. One, who shall remain nameless, put our 2 kittens into a clear rubbermaid storage bin...with a lid....by the time I realized it, it was almost too late. But they survived. You just never know.....;-)

Blogger Becky said...
Oh my. That is so funny. Should I be laughing? Sorry. Maybe not.

Blogger Christina said...
Too funny...
I remember when my 'child of joy', God's funny 'answer to patience' prayer, hid herself in the dryer. AHHHHHHH!

Blogger Susan said...
This reminds me of an old Calvin and Hobbes cartoon I saw once. It showed Hobbes (Calvin's stuffed cat who comes to life) trying to walk straight, staggering around, with Calvin saying, "Hobbes is always a bit loopy when he comes out of the dryer!" LOL

Blogger Julie's Jewels said...
Thank the Lord she didn't know how to turn it on....can you imagine how confused that kitty would have been then??!!! Not to mention probably dizzy and a bit warm too I'm sure.

Awww too cute. Glad your daughter doesn't know how to turn it on yet, and that the kitty was OK.

Blogger Mrs. Mandy said...
we had to go on full scale kitty patrol with my first cat. how cute! between the 3 year-old and the kitty alone i bet you are on your toes! LOL!

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