I Know We’re ‘Sposed To Be Enemies And All…

But do you mind if I share this with you? Then we could be..FRENEMIES!
(Could be said by either one.)

Submished by Concordian Cute Kokonuts Barbara and Paul, clearly on a roll. With buttah.



  1. wuyizidi says:

    Hey, my fud is eating my fud.

  2. All right, that’s enough. My turn.

  3. Two bowls…. man, we need two bowls! 🙂

  4. SlaveToCat says:

    Sharing my foot. Kitty is fattening up his “friend” for next weeks lunch.

  5. That rat looks more like a young opossum.

  6. Raphael says:

    I like the David Bowie circa Aladdin Sane face stripe on the Mr. Ratty.

  7. 😆 I second that, ceejoe 😆

  8. Martha in Washington says:

    That rat is a definite hog!

  9. Kristin says:

    I love the rat pose on hind legs with little front fists curled! It melts my heart every time my girls do that.

  10. The Original Jane says:

    I know! I am leaning toward opossum.

  11. Leilani says:

    That’s exactly what I said!

  12. Victoria, Mom to 2 (soon to be 4) Rats says:

    Nope, not a possum. He’s definitely a rat. A big rat, but a rat. And very handsome too. ❤

  13. You dirty rat ! Quit hoggin’ the bowl !

  14. Love the way the Ropossum (I can’t decide which) casually moves the bowl away from Kitty-Kat when it’s his turn to lap.

  15. Having just had the pleasure of seeing both adult-ish ratties and baby-ish opossums that lovely is definitely a rat. Juvenile North American opossums of this size would have larger ears and wouldn’t have the beautiful color scheme going on.

  16. lisaLASSIE says:

    It is a rat however: a huge beautifully marked rat who does look a lot like a possum.

  17. lisaLASSIE says:

    Oh congratulations on the (soon to be 4) Rats. Babies of current ratz?

  18. Victoria, Mom to 2 (Soon to Be 4) Rats says:

    No. I don’t believe in breeding (also rats tend to have huge litters). I’m adopting a pair of neutered boys from a rescue. 🙂

  19. That rat is reeeeeeeeeealy pushing his luck.