Extinction Level Event

An Extinction Level Event or ELE for short is a CATastrophic event that wipes out mankind and its inhabitants.

This is ELE.

Miss ELE Sleeping

Cute?  Well of course she is cute, she is a kitty and they are usually quite cute, but do not underestimate the ability of this kitty cat to wipe out nations of people.  She has begun her quest by trying to remove our hands and on occasion, our feet while sleeping.  She seems to take great pleasure in the nightly toe-biting assaults. Miss ELE Close UpIt is really a good thing that I am not a midnight snacker because the way she quietly hunts her prey, I would half expect her to be lurking somewhere on the ceiling like the creature in The Grudge.

If you have ever experienced goosebumps upon awakening in the middle of the night with that eerie feeling that someone is watching you…well then, imagine waking to this little bundle of fur two inches from your face looking at you like she is going to munch on your soul.

My poor chihuahua Zack has suffered greatly at the paws of Miss ELE.  It was just the other day that ELE grabbed Zack’s favorite squeaky toy right in front of him and put it inside a box and then ran. The poor Sad Zackguy just stood there barking at the box in horror until he figured out how to tip the box over and rescue his beloved toy.

Since we acquired ELE, Zack looks like he belongs in an ASPCA commercial with Sarah Mclachlan playing in the background.  Although, every now and again I see them playing together whenMiss ELE  they think I am not looking.  Yes, this is my life.  Kindergarten cop to four-legged furries.  Since Miss ELE and friends are a big part of my life, I thought I would share their personalities with you since I so often mention my pint-sized family members.  When working towards goals in life, I have always said it is important to have support and sometimes that support comes from unexpected places such as something that hocks up fur balls.




2 thoughts on “Extinction Level Event

  1. Awwww! Loves! All my children have paws. I have three dogs and we now have one cat. The other night we had some really bad storms. One of the dogs, the big lab mix usually stays outside, and the two wiener dogs usually come in anyway in the evening, but we had all the animals and me and the husband all huddled in the spare bathroom when the tornado sirens were going off! It was pretty interesting to say the least. It was the first time Lucy, the lab and Willow the cat got to meet and it was in close quarters…It was definitely an entertaining night. No tornado touchdown in our neck of the woods. But, I love all my animals and I’m so thankful for their love because they all love me unconditionally and if I’m in the house they have to be right on me or under my feet. 🙂 Hope you have a great day Beth! ~Charity

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