Spooky Invasion

The calendar flipped over to October and a spooky invasion hit our yard, so we had to inspect things carefully.

How dare a black cat exist in our yard!
How dare a black cat exist in our yard!

We’ve lived for so many years in a house where no one visited for Halloween and now we live in an actual neighborhood, so our humans have gone totally crazy. They patiently waited until the month of September was over and BOOM!—decorations appeared everywhere.

The scarecrow seems to be scared of Roscoe's intentions after sniffing.
The scarecrow seems to be scared of Roscoe’s intentions after sniffing.

The humans say they plan to decorate for Thanksgiving and Christmas as well, but first we have to get through some weird holiday called Halloween. Typhoon thinks that possibilities seem to exist with the catch phrase of the month.

Why "or?" I'll take tricks AND treats.
Why “or?” I’ll take tricks AND treats.


  1. Pat and Rebel on October 2, 2020 at 9:46 am

    I think he wants the letter “F” in front of the “or”. Trick for Treats sounds better him. Beautiful photos of a very handsome boy, They are going to have fun finding all the decorations.

  2. HokiePack on October 2, 2020 at 9:20 am

    What a great pic of Ty! I’m behind gotta get busy decorating!!

  3. Jean Burkhardt on October 2, 2020 at 7:39 am

    I think Typhoon is so silly! Of course he wants treats but tricks-NOPE! Just wait little prince-you will see many NEW decorations for Thanksgiving and oh boy-Christmas-I can’t wait until Hu-Dad posts those!!!

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