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Friday Cat Blogging

Early Education

Friday Cat Blogging

Where is it?

[Editor: The lighter of the tabbie kittens is attempting to locate the grackle that is making all the noise.]

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1 Cookie Jill { 06.01.12 at 3:43 am }

What a sweetie!

2 Steve Bates { 06.01.12 at 10:12 am }

Too cute for words! (There should be a brand of kitty treats called “Grackles” or maybe “Gracklin’s”.)

3 Bryan { 06.01.12 at 12:22 pm }

Oh, sure, forget that Lucrezia looked cute at this age, and I’m sure that Ted did too, but the evil will out in the end.

Actually, his/her sibling was popping up behind and I was trying to get both of them. The ‘blue’ was sleeping about a foot away, but so was Mom, so the ‘blue’ couldn’t be attacked.

4 jams o donnell { 06.01.12 at 2:09 pm }

So cute but a bit optimistic if it thinks it’s going to take on a bird! Then again cats are ever the optimists. I wish I could find a pic I saw in the 90s of a Japanese cat taking a pounce at a sea eagle

5 Bryan { 06.01.12 at 5:09 pm }

When your Mom has amassed a pillow’s worth of dove and mocking bird feathers in the last month, Jams, you know they can be caught and eaten. Ms Underhouse is the best predator I’ve seen in the last decade. I’m hoping that the end of weening will convince her to go back to kibble and what shows up at the feeding station.

6 ellroon { 06.01.12 at 7:29 pm }
7 Bryan { 06.01.12 at 10:06 pm }

Alas, that’s ‘kitten fluff’ and will diminish as they get bigger.

8 oldwhitelady { 06.03.12 at 5:27 pm }

Oooooh, how cute! What a little sweetie pie. So, do your feral cats catch birds? I went to a store, today, and bought bird food, bird feeder and kitty litter. Let the checkout girl make of that what she will:)

9 Bryan { 06.03.12 at 9:56 pm }

In general, they only hunt birds when they are weaning kittens. At all other times the birds eat the kibble right out of the cat dishes, which is pretty annoying.