Friday, September 3

The Phantom Returns

Last weekend I bought some crinoline lady saucers for my hedgehogs and stray cat to eat from as I like them to have pretty china.

This morning when I drew the blinds I found the phantom had paid a visit and told me what he thought.

I suspect it is a fox but it keeps happening….. I soak all the saucers in bleach or Milton solution before they go into the dishwasher but really.
Perhaps it's like a bad restaurant review?

12 comments:

  1. Oh, how naughty!

    Someone told me once that bleach doesn't cover the smell of animal doings and it won't stop them peeing (or more in a specific place)... not sure if that helps at all though.

    Valula :-)

    P.S. Glad you hadn't cooked the food yourself though!

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  2. Hello Valula,
    Soaking the saucers in Miltons/bleach certainly removes the fox smell from them and hopfully kills 99% of all known germs before it goes into the dishwasher....but you are right about bleach not working if you use it where dogs or cats have peed.
    It could be a cat 'turf war'....who knows what goes on during the night.

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  3. Oh my goodness - that made me laugh!

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  4. Whoever/whatever it is, they certainly have a very precise aim...

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  5. eeek! that sure is a message and a half. i hope they are ashamed of themselves whoever they are...and on pretty crinoline ladies too?!

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  6. Well, if you were a fox.. wouldn't you do it on a nice pretty plate...?
    :o)
    Ps love the fire bucket, hundreds of uses...

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  7. Most strange, not very nice though!
    not sure what to suggest really!
    love
    Lyn
    xxx

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  8. Oh dear.
    He's posted his comment....

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  9. I've never laughed so loudly at a blog entry!

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  10. LOL.

    A bad restaurant review!!!

    That totally cracked me up.

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  11. oh how funny! Cheeky little mite!

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  12. Anonymous3:25 PM

    Actually, I may be wrong in this but I think I did read ages ago that animals are attracted by the smell of bleach!

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