I've caught two! Even brought them over to MomBean for her to use for dinner. (Trying to help bring home the bacon, but pigs are HUGE.) All I got was her doing the 'OMG MONTY' shuffle. Sheesh.
We are sure you could catch them! Kirby believes he could, too!
Oh Millie, your ears sure are perky while lookin at those birdies! It's best to stay inside and be warm.
I know you could too Millie.MeganSydney, Australia
Sometimes, when I wish REALLY hard, a lizard actually comes inside the house for me!
Yes, you (and we) can wish.
Baby it's cold outside.
Hi Millie,Just visited Cory's blog and Nigel said he's not going out again. Our Tuck was living the wild life in Bermuda when mom kidnapped him and brought him to MA. He's not the least bit interested in the outdoors either. Regular meals, good foods... Loves watching the birdies through the windows though. So, hey, it's not so bad inside. Safe and warm.Lizzie & 3 kitties
We are glad ya have that GREAT windowsill perch to watch the birdy TV from! An we KNOW what ya mean about wishin ya could get out an catch one...
Millie, we know how you feel. One of our five indoor cats always goes nuts when she sees a bird outside. She makes funny little sounds that are not real loud - only makes those sounds when the birds appear.Hope you don't get too frustrated!For those reading this, check out my cat blog archives for some informative posts and archived stories about the cat abandoned/feral colony I manage.http://homelesscatcare.blogspot.com/Debby in Arizona
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