...:) would he if he had half the chance?
So close but not accessible... Did he made the special sounds too?
hahaha I love it!
It has been almost a year and a half since my beloved Kitty began her eternal snooze, but I am certainly no where even close to letting go of my own self-pity. But yeah, what is it with cats and birds? I've always thought there MUST be a healthy dose of fascination and admiration that goes along with the primal instincts of rounding up a tasty meal.
oh, i just want to rough up that fur beast!!!
Did the bird sit there and preen its feathers, knowing it was safe?
I think he wouldn't be so excited if there was a dog on the other side of the door.Merry Christmas John and Sinbad! ;-)
I can hear him now "Dad! Spark up the BBQ!"
Great set of pictures - it think thats the closest you will ever get to a cat being stressed!Have a happy Christmas - Stewart M - Melbourne
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