Monday, January 15, 2007

Hamster on the loose




Hey - does anywone know where hamsters like to hand out?

Our's has made an attempt to leave this family. Someone (in the pic above) left the cage door open, and Walaaa, he is now roaming free and wild. UGGGGGG


Wish me & the gang luck in finding him.

Momma Schmitt!!

7 Comments:

Anonymous rae said...

I think they like to crawl into the heating ducts. When I was little, one of my friend's hamster died that way.

7:59 PM  
Blogger Cowgirls Cycling Team said...

Ugg.

that's not what I wanted to hear. I rather see it dead from our cat.

O'well.
J

9:14 PM  
Anonymous dq said...

Oh my...now this is funny. My sister's kids' hamster "Cheddar" liked to escape and he always went for the heat duct...they rescued him a few times.

Love the photo--that is mighty quaint--looks like an album cover "The Hamster Escaped...by Supertramp" or something 80s ish...

5:53 AM  
Blogger Cowgirls Cycling Team said...

That is a great photo! There's this look of anticipation and wonder on the girls' faces as if they are opening a box gleaming with treasure--or perhaps a refrigerator packed with their favorite treats. And oh, what's that furry thing resting atop the ham? Uh oh...

I hope you find the hamster. And not on the ham. J3

7:35 AM  
Anonymous Still looking said...

So that's two votes for heat ducks. O'boy. And did you know the cat choose to sleep downstairs last night, instead of wrapped around my neck.

So far no furballs found, moving or otherwise.

See ya
J

8:05 AM  
Anonymous dq said...

Jules, how the heck did you get that photo? I meant to ask you earlier...

4:50 PM  
Anonymous julie Schmitt said...

Well - Instead of buying new and exciting bike parts or a new frame, I spent it on a new apple laptop, that is awesome for video making, as well as taking pics as I type.

Ya - It can take photos of me while working on it. Crazy hu?

So the kids were loving it, all in my lap is it was snapping away. (it has this cool count down voice)

J

11:27 AM  

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