Dear Rosie,I perfectly understand your feelings, I hate these kind of "nightmare" no mouse around the house in your garden!They are all inside any cage outside , it's a pity because I know you are a great huntress and it's funny for you.So...Enjoy your nap now.Maybe I could go there and play with you and I can take my mouse, but I need to say it's fake okay! :)purrsyour friendLuna
Poor Rosie! Perhaps she is such a good mouser that there are no mice left? She looks so dainty laying there.
Well, maybe the mice knew you were looking for them, so they were hiding really well. That is our only guess - they must know what a good mouse hunter you are!
Dear Rosie,You should see the dackels dig in the snow to find the mice! I think you would approve!
Life can be a bummer at times, Rosie.......we are purring that you will have better luck tonight. xxxxxxxxxx
such a sad, sad story! wishing you lots of mousies very soon!
We don't have any real mice here either. At least you tried to find one!
I think you've made such a good job of catching mousies in the past, Rosie, that there are none left now. Gattina will be so pleased.
Poor Rosie! Maybe the mice were hiding from you. Perhaps under all the snow.You look very cute in all the pictures.
Oh Rosie, maybe you will have better luck on the next mouse hunt. What a shame that you are so tired and don't even have a teensy eensy little mouse to show for all your hunting.We have never caought a mouse. we are wondering what they taste like.From Peanut and Marshmellow
Poor sweetheart, working so hard trying to find those mousies. I have toy ones and I cannot even find those. What are we to do? Better luck next time.
Maybe all the mice are in hibernation Rosie, in spring you will do better.Or it could be global warming!!!
What a good life for Rosie no mice,lots of time for a bath and a nap! :)
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