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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Whodunnit Wesnesday

Kitties!


Somebody viciously violated Mommy's bananer.
It was prolly a vegetarian vampire!
That's our story--and we're sticking to it.


Happy Wednesday!

XX  The Fruit Bat Kats  XX


52 comments:

  1. Hmmm, we've seen this at our house, too. Must be contagious! MOL!

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  2. That doesn't look very appealing.
    Ah-peeling. Get it? Hee.

    If you find the culprit, you'll have taken a bite out of crime.

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  3. Mirsku says it wasn't May Ling - he's checked her breath!

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  4. At our house, it would be blamed on the dogs!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  5. What self-respecting feline would nom a banana? I'd look at Daddy's incisors.

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  6. mol! your story sounds purrfectly logical to us :)

    Pip, SMidgen, Minnie, HOllie

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  7. MOL, ok, where are the matching bottom/top fang holes? If there are only two... then you have to find the kitty missing half their fangs!

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  8. I'll bet that bananner attacked one of you cats. I'll bet

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  9. Viciously Violating Vegetarian Vampires? Very vexing!

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  10. Hmmm, we think it must be a two spot variety of banananananana. They are new out this year :)xx

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  11. Maybe somekitty mistook it for a nip nanner.

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  12. Was prolly that shopping cart that's got it in for mommy!!

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  13. We are guessing in the heat of battle this banana was mistaken for a toy mouse (a big one). Of course we are not saying this was done by anyone of the feline persuasion.

    Kitty Kisses,
    Cindi Lou & The Kitty Krew

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  14. Did somecat mistake that for the nip nanner!?
    Tutu actually EATS bananas. She's a little wierd.

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  15. Of course it was a vegetarian vampire who took a bitey in your mom´s banana !
    Who else could it be ??!!

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  16. We blame the Cricket!! :-)

    Take care
    x

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  17. Hahaha! Our human's lucky, we don't like people food so never touch hers!

    Of course in this instance it was Not Me. Again.

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  18. Of course it was a vegitarian vampire. We have them at our house too!

    The Paw Relations

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  19. Well, it wasn't me, I hate bananas!

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  20. We know you were just checking to see if the banana was ripe enough for your Mommy.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  21. You've heard of the cookie monster?
    This was his cousin the banana monster.
    Jane x

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  22. I agree with Sparkle...somecat thought that was a Nip Nanner.

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  23. The bananna should have split!

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  24. Hmmm, that's downright spooky. Maybe it's a ghost!

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  25. LOL! Now a banana is one thing that's never been attacked at our house.

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  26. we didn't know there were vampires out there, but that is better than having to admit some kitty actually put the bitey on a fruit

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  27. MOL
    Me thinks there is a tarantula lurking in your 'hood...check under the bed but beware they have pinchers.
    Hugs Madi

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  28. MOL, we get all squinched up and back away from bananas, so it MUST have been a vegetarian vampire! Or maybe some creature from Area 51!

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  29. We examined the marks very carefully and we have to agree, it definitely must have been a vegetarian vampire. If not a VV, it could have been a Frootbat.

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  30. my all time favorite joke remains:

    "Excuse me, why do you have a banana in your ear?"

    "I'm sorry I can't hear you. I have a banana in my ear."

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  31. Oh absolutely a VV. They cause so much trouble, they really do.

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  32. HaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHa! What respectful kitty would take a bite of a banana. Not possible that a kitty is to blame. Just not possible.

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  33. Plead ignorance.. There is no proof.. Hugs GJ xx

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  34. MOL At least you know who did it did not enjoy the taste of it at all since they only took one bite!

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  35. Well, WE wouldnt admit to biting a REAL bananer either! Yuck... Impressive fangs, though.

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  36. no, no violated, tasted tested for your safety!!

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  37. Some kittehs LOVE nanners.

    Daisy's dear sister Pixie adored them!

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  38. I am just thankful that your human wasn't showing photos of maggot infestation. We ALL woulda tossed our kibble.

    xoxo
    Ms. Stella O'Houligan

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  39. I've heard horror stories about those vegie vamps.
    ; ) Katie

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  40. Fruit sure has delicate skin!

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  41. Ehhhh...the nanner was asking for it.

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  42. Now this is going waaaaay over the top! WhoeFUR did this is definitely bananas!

    I guess you could always conduct some FURensics to help identify the culPURRit. After all, you have the teeth marks and their DNA!

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  43. We only like nappers with nip in them.

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  44. Heeeeeyyyyy, it's "True Ba-nan-er" ... hee-hee... get it? "True Bananer"... instead of "True Blood"... see?
    Oh well, hugs, you guys!
    =^~^=

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  45. YO! those are toofie marks if I am not mistaken...and from the looks of the fang separation...from a male kitteh...hmmmm...most probably from an older male kitteh...about 5-7 years of age....hummmm...and probably ginger colored...ummmm...hey Scouty...where ya been lately????...just a question...

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  46. A kittie would of never done anything like that..MOL xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  47. Okay, so I read the other fruit cat post before this one, so I see you already covered the bat-cat angle. Great minds think alike and all that! :)

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Oh Boy...this is gonna be GREAT!