It showed up after I brought in the groceries….
Andy wanted his shot at it, but the fly never landed where he could strike. (Notice Andy’s “horns” are up!! He really, really, really wanted that fly!)
The fly’s last moments before I told myself I wasn’t waiting for kitty power to rid the apartment of this pest: I took out the swatter and kill, kill, killed the nasty little insect! Andy would have done as much.
Oh Mr. Doug, you should’ve waited for Andy to have taken it out. It would’ve made his day. Oh well, maybe next time. Tee hee hee.
He may have to wait till Spring – we had freezing weather in the past 24 hours.
Whoa….what brought out the killer in you, Doug? Not this poor innocent fly? Our flies took off overnight a while back. I think its telepathic power that lets them know the temperatures are going to drop. Snow and flies don’t go together.
They disgust me! If a fly lands on a plate of food, the whole plate of food goes into the garbage!
The fly still has a long way to go to find the vice president!
I hope it has jet powers or it will die along the way!
Cats really love flies. Abby was our best fly catcher. Blynken is pretty fast at it too.
Andy has about a ten tries per catch.
dood…..well, therz still a chanze a miller mite find itz way inn side !! 🙂 ♥♥
I haven’t seen a miller in weeks. I guess they’ve laid their eggs and died or something.
They are nasty, gotta stomp them out!
Total agreement here!
How weird: I am also going to be posting about a fly encounter later this week. Was it That Fly? Did you get a selfie with him?
Unfortunately, I didn’t hear him say “HELP ME!”, so I swatted him!
He’s been on Mike Pence’s head, so it was probably for the best.
LOL! If you recall the first “The Fly” movie, the half man-half fly had a man’s head, so he was well aware of why the spider was coming for him!
Mike Pence’s fly surely is dead by now, too. They have a short lifespan of approximately two weeks. I would have swatted it, too! (While it was on Mike Pence’s head, of course.)
Dougie will be jealous now, Doug! Hehe!
Poor Dougy died on July 15h, Gerry. I asked the veterinarian to do a post mortem, but he apparently didn’t do it or didn’t find any cause of death. I was concerned that Andy might be affected if it was a pathogen, but fortunately, it must not have been since Andy subsequently had a veterinarian appointment and got a clean bill of health.
That’s comforting to read, Doug.
Andy is your sole company now, but Dougy will never be forgotten, mate.
Bravo, Doug, you are stronger than Andy! 🙂
And almost a s mean! LOL!
I hope it was not the money fly LOL