I was chatting to a friend this morning when it began to rain feathers. The wall of our walled garden is formed by the back of a row of garages, topped in corrugated iron (pretty that is not but the wall's OK). It turns out that a cat has savaged a wood pigeon and left its corpse nicely out of reach of any human agency so, in a few days time, I guess the smell of rotting flesh will be sending out its loathsome signals to various beasties. :roll: The roof slopes towards us so hopefully the corpse will eventually roll into the gutter and I will be able to dispose of it (seeing as how said cat couldn't be bothered).
I dislike cats killing birds but accept it's nature (as is the arrogant and disdainful action of the cat). Why not drag its un-necessary kill back to its owners? I'll tell you why. It's a cat and they don't do effort (our old back lawn was testament to that). DD
Have you got the despatches? No, I always walk like this. Eddie Braben