Oct 1, 2009

Dexter Ponders The Pumpkin...


Dexter isn't sure what to do with all my Halloween decorations (except grab them, rip them up, and eat them.) The only thing he seems to stay away from is the pumpkins. Perhaps I should just fill my house with gourds and I'll be sure to still have decorations when Halloween arrives!

My project today is to get the rest of my decorations up (really, really high) before Dex finds the box and destroys what's left!

Happy October 1st!

12 comments:

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Is Dexter named after a certain serial killer? If so, he's probably admiring your blade work with that pumpkin!

clairedulalune said...

Oh halloween decorations! I can not wait to see them!

Brennaein said...

Happy October 1st!

Wonderful Picture. You should submit it to LOLcats. Something alone the lines of: "I can has pumkn?"

Anet said...

Heeheehe... Dexter is so cute and purrfect for a Halloween cat!
Have fun decorating today, Happy October!

motheralice said...

Maybe he's wondering when he can start helping you carve?

Halloween is beginning in my house as well! Woohoo!

Tammy said...

Dexter is bee-u-tiful! How can you be upset at a pretty little kitty like that! ;D

Tiffany said...

Aww, Dexter is so cute!

Wendy the (Very) Good Witch said...

Ha Ha...LOVE this photo and the caption! Gotta love a black cat whose scared of the pumpkins...ha! Happy 1st Day of October Rue!

The Traveler said...

I think a great lolcat caption for this would be "if I stare at it long enough eventually it will be a pie.."
lol.

Hibiscus Moon said...

OMGSH, that is just too cute. Are you carving pumpkins already. Here in the S. Florida heat, when I carve they only last maybe 3 days...that's it.

Bridgett said...

LOL...gotta love it!

I don't know about Dexter, but I think pumpkins STINK when they're first opened.

Pee-ewww!

)O(
boo

Rue said...

Debra - Dex is named after a naughty boy, indeed!

Hibiscus - it's rather chilly here now, and us Canadians have our Thanksgiving next weekend, so I carve some pumpkins with leaf patterns and drill some holes in others and just use them for mood lighting for the holiday!