Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Whiskers on Wednesday

It is so very hard to explain to this former street cat
why he can't run with the neighborhood cat gangs.

#theyaremean

#theyaremuchBIGGERthanyou

#theywillkickyourbehind

#theyprobablyhavefleas

#andticks

#andbadattitude

It doesn't mean he wants to any less.

13 comments:

  1. Awwww.... bless his heart. Good Momma keeping him safe. blessings ~ tanna

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  2. He's checking out the area creatures again! Maybe he misses his screened in pool area a bit!

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  3. I keep telling my Herbie the same thing. He got out once and it wasn't pretty.

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  4. mine was rescued from the cold street as a baby, I'm not sure she would want to escape yet..

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  5. Aww, what a precious photo! Lots of loose cats in my neighborhood. One has regularly sits on a box by my front door soaking up some warmth from the bricks.

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  6. I find cats fascination with other outdoor cats so interesting. Beatles gets upset with other cats in our yard. One sprays our bushes. I've caught him doing it. I really hope this does not lead to trouble in warmer weather when our screens are open. Giroux, just enjoy watching those silly felines outside.

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  7. I LOVE this picture Dee! He is just too darn cute...and curious.

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  8. I love this photo. He looks like a two year old child begging to go outside and play. Even if he knows those kids won't be nice to him. How sweet. Our George used to love to sit in the windowsill and watch the birds play. I miss him.
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  9. Lilly Bean has several of those cat gang members hanging out on my patio and porch waiting for her to come out and play. I just tell them they can keep the mice away but Lilly Bean can't come out and play....PERIOD!

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  10. Ohhh...poor kitty! But this is a wonderful photo.
    Cheers~

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  11. But he "meerkats" so well!
    Rupert is like that when anything comes into his yard. I call him my little Napoleon! It's ALL HIS TERRITORY!!!

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  12. Who wouldn't want to excitement, despite the possible disastrous outcome?
    Great capture!

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