Friday, January 23, 2009

I know nothing...


I'm totally pleading the fifth... do we have that in Australia?

Cheers,
--Pabs

16 comments:

Alexander said...

Pablo, don't kill the local wildlife. Stick to the exotics.

Forever Foster said...

Pabs, you need to work on your innocent face. MOL!:)

Tracey and Huffle said...

No, we don't have the fifth amendment here. But you can claim journalistic integrity and not being able to reveal your sources since you are a writer.

Huffle Mawson

Enjoy the long weekend! Do you think we will win this cricket match?

Everycat said...

Sometimes birds just fall from the sky you know - if they happen to fall near a feline it means nothing in law - that's global feline law of course.

Have an innocent weekend Pablo!

Whicky Wuudler

Eric and Flynn said...

We are sure you wouldn't have had anything to do with that tasty looking fev-ver. It must have just died from old age.

Tybalt said...

I'm sure you are innocent . . .

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

I'm sure it hit a window. Or maybe it had a heart attack. Surely it wasn't you.


PS Just in case...great job on that birdie you big Mancat hunter you

Daisy said...

Clearly the birdie eated too many of those seed things.

The Island Cats said...

So where did it come from...maybe some other cat left it there...

Derby said...

Yes it is in the Feline Declaration of Independence!

Poppy Q said...

Pabs it looks like it just dropped out of the sky. If you had did it you would have eaten some of it.

Have a good weekend my Aussie mates.

MoMo said...

Of course, birdies do fall out of the skies, everyone knows that. I told that to my incredulous SS not so long ago whena certain small young birdie was found on the lawn in our back garden.

Just between ourselves, Pabs, good work!

jh an Mickey Mantle said...

been dere ... dun dat.
harharhar!
luv--jh

Grrreta said...

I think you were framed!

Christine and FAZ said...

That's my boy!

Laura said...

Look, Pabs, I don't know about the fifth in Oz, but I think it needs further investigation. So here's what I think you need to do: send your beans over here for a visit and we can do an extensive study on how applicable this important principle is in the broader feline community. Deal? OK.