"We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing." ~George Bernard Shaw

"Look at everything as though you were seeing it either for the first or last time." ~Betty Smith, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn


Friday, May 09, 2014

YOW! It's Feline Friday! 5-9-14

Silly photo stolen from someones Facebook page

I guess some cats would take
it personally if they could not
go outside to have a fresh bite to eat.
Our Lucy is homebound and we don't
have any hamsters for good reason!
Thanks to Steve of BFDude for
Feline Friday! Enjoy your day!
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11 comments:

Sandee said...

Well, cats do what cats do. It's just in their genes. Bless their hearts.

Have a purrfect Feline Friday. Scritches to Lucy. :)

meowmeowmans said...

No hamsters here, either.

Despite that, our (indoor-only) cats seem pretty content. :)

Helena said...

He looks quite proud about it, too! lol. Instinct takes over when little creatures are about. I've had two half chewed wee fledglings on my back door step this year so far!

Robin said...

He doesn't look very sorry.

Mike Golch said...

Oh well stuff happens.

Celia said...

Eheww, but they are cats afternoon and I don't mind them removing the mice, they are what they are and I love 'em.

Celia said...

afterall ?!?

Stephen Hayes said...

I wouldn't be laughing at this picture if I were a hamster.

teddyhere said...

i almost had a pigeon once but mama helped him get away.

messymimi said...

Our cats are indoor only, and we have no smaller animals (except computer mice, which the children used to destroy regularly) for a good reason.

Allison said...

Our first cat, Lucy, we allowed outside only in our fenced yard and under supervision. Especially in the spring, we would sometimes have to rescue a bird or bunny from her. Interestingly enough, Lucy never bothered with our guinea pigs beyond sniffing them. I guess she knew those were pets. :-)