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  • Lilymary
    Lilymary Member Posts: 1,318
  • Shell_H
    Shell_H Moderator Posts: 393
  • Lilymary
    Lilymary Member Posts: 1,318

    I had to think about that one! 😄

  • Mike1
    Mike1 Member Posts: 1,760

    Ditto! Good job I already had a headache otherwise it would have given me one!!

  • Mike1
    Mike1 Member Posts: 1,760
  • Brynmor
    Brynmor Administrator Posts: 1,251

    Its the regular supply of live ones brought into the kitchen for a play that irritates. That and the loud announcements made to say "I've got another one" that gets the other 3 cats attention.

  • frogmorton
    frogmorton Member Posts: 26,740

    Spot on Mike!

    Daisy/AKA 'Sleek' has a special meow for 'prey' sort of a gentle 'moo' high pitched.

    She just peeped over my shoulder reckoned that was a very kind cat leaving that for their owner🤢

    Love

    Toni xxx
  • Mike1
    Mike1 Member Posts: 1,760

    I have noticed that Vixen has a different meow for live mice and dead mice; she is normally a non-vocal cat unless mice are involved and she will speak as soon as she comes through the flap. When I hear her "live" meow I tell her to take it out and she usually does; dead ones are brought to me and dropped at my feet! If I miss a "live" meow she invariably requires help to corner it; I usually try to coax it into a boot with a grabber before launching it into the field.


  • Lilymary
    Lilymary Member Posts: 1,318

    Toby went through a phase of bringing in a mouse nearly every day this summer, usually alive, and he’d drop them on the floor for us to “play” with. “Playing” usually involved blockading doorways and low furniture and dismantling the living room trying to catch the poor things. My OH had to do the crawling around, as my hip won’t do that, and one mouse ran out between his knees! We never did find a couple of them. They literally disappeared. One minute we had them pinned down, and then they just vanished!

  • Lilymary
    Lilymary Member Posts: 1,318

    I’ve been learning some new skills on my iPhone


  • Mike1
    Mike1 Member Posts: 1,760
  • frogmorton
    frogmorton Member Posts: 26,740

    Naughty pusskins smoking😮and necking back the booze!

    hehehe!

    Our pusskin was a great hunter - luckily she isn't quite so bothered now. We got anything upwards of 4 creatures a day ranging from voles, mice and 2 moles through to baby rabbits and birds and once a magpie. They are actually HUGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 😮

    Now i just find headless voles in the garden. She doesn't eat their other ends🤢

    Nature I suppose

    Love

    Toni xxx
  • Mike1
    Mike1 Member Posts: 1,760
  • Mike1
    Mike1 Member Posts: 1,760
  • Mike1
    Mike1 Member Posts: 1,760
  • jaybees
    jaybees Member Posts: 11

    Thank you all for cheering me up on a bad day. I've become a poet to keep my mind busy - I seem to think in rhyme now ! Here is one about the principle of CBT ( it's easier said than done )

    I'm wearing out

    There is no doubt

    Keep cheerful s'what

    It's all about

    To lessen pain

    You train your brain

    To think of sunshine

    Not of rain 😕

    😊

  • Shell_H
    Shell_H Moderator Posts: 393
  • frogmorton
    frogmorton Member Posts: 26,740

    Poor puss!!!!! Looks terrified 😰

    Love

    Toni xxx
  • Lilymary
    Lilymary Member Posts: 1,318

    I have a feeling the back story to that isn't as cute as it looks.

  • Shell_H
    Shell_H Moderator Posts: 393

    I'm not so sure, apparently this Monkey adopted the kitten. They look quite happy to me.


  • Mike1
    Mike1 Member Posts: 1,760

    Trump is getting beyond a joke now!

  • Lilymary
    Lilymary Member Posts: 1,318

    @Mike1 , this really happened, surely...

  • Mike1
    Mike1 Member Posts: 1,760

    What did the mummy cow say to her baby cow?

    It's pasture bed time!

    🐮 😁

  • Shell_H
    Shell_H Moderator Posts: 393

    Trying so hard to reach it....


  • Sandy1964
    Sandy1964 Member Posts: 13