Saturday, August 10, 2013

Creeper

Finn McMissle has many redeeming qualities.

Gender confused, over-weight, and cross-eyed come to mind first.

Lately, a new trait has emerged.

He's a creeper.

He'll sidle up to you without warning.


He stands uncomfortably in unusual places without interaction with the family.

We can't figure out what he's doing.


His social skills are lacking and we have only ourselves to blame.  We adopted Finn at 8 weeks.  All of his behavioral traits come from what we've taught him.


Carter took this one night with his phone.....he was camping out in the living room......turned around to find Finn staring at him.



It's like an awkward scary movie is being filmed every day in our house.

Which pretty much fits in perfectly with the Starnes family.


8 comments:

Jodee said...

Oh my word! What a funny kitty!

Kelly Beatty said...

I love that Carter has the same sense of humor as you...

BrownEyedGirlsMom said...

Perfect Starnes pet ... Are you going to start taking him on the haunted hotel tours??

Sarah said...

Bahahahaha I love that you take full responsibility for his creeper behaviors. Guess Finn is a prime example of the nature vs nurture debate - clearly the Starnes environment had an impact on his level of weird :)

Monica said...

LOL. This made me laugh. The one that Carter took while he was camping out in the living room is hilarious. CREEPY!

Lauren W said...

Ghost cat. Get rid of him.

Jboo said...

Love the sneakiness of cats!!

Nice to meet you -- thanks for the comment!

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