Happy Caturday

I guess someone didn’t see the “No Trespassing” sign.

19 Responses to Happy Caturday

  1. egorr says:

    I wish there were audio of what the fox said…

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  2. jenny_o says:

    Brings to mind the saying “discretion is the better part of valour” …

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  3. SasjaL says:

    What if the fox was on the ground? The cat seems old enough to have some fun …

    My last cat was proud beating up a specific fox, that showed up once or twice per month, but one day my buddy got too old …

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      • SasjaL says:

        Unfortunally, yes. He was close to 18 years old, when it happened 15 yrs ago. He was very fit up to 17 yrs, but still ok, when I lost him. Mind of his own, as king of the large neighborhood, despite being neutered at age 1.5. He couldn’t be held indoors at night, so it was expected to happen sooner or later. I suppose, that I’ll never find a cat like that again … 😥

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        • Corrie.S.P. says:

          That’s so sad. I lost my first cat, she disappeared. Scooby-Doo Shere-Khan was her name.

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          • SasjaL says:

            Been there with my second last cat. I found out two – three days after my ‘little’ boy (10yrs/10kg, not fat) went missing what happend. A helpful not far neighbour, who was at the time a owner of an indoor cat, witnessed when a young guy ran over my cat with a car on a nearby road. Despite clear sight, no breaking, nor stopping and just drove away. Unfortunally, my neighbour didn’t manage to read the plates. Here, all traffic accidents involving all domesticated animals and larger wild animals (bears, deers and elks), must be reported to the authorities. Otherwise, it’s a fellony. As there was a couple of other cats in the neighbourhood that looked the same as my own, my neighbour wasn’t sure at first who owned the cat. She was pleasant enough to take care of the situation. It all gave me thoughts, as my cat detested cars and stayed away when they moved nearby.

            The very next day, my last cat showed up on my doorstep and wanted to go inside and take a nap on the sofa in my livingroom. Not as a stray, but as abandoned by a family, that moved away. He was then about a year old.

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            • Corrie.S.P. says:

              Aww, it seems like you have had a rough time with pets. I am glad you got a new kittie though. I’m glad your neighbor was so nice! I have lost a lot of my baby goats and other animals. All a reminder of a fallen world I guess. Though I believe my animals are in heaven and I will see them again!🙂

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  4. Corrie.S.P. says:

    I did not even notice the fox until it lifted it’s head!

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  5. Corrie.S.P. says:

    Why was there a fox on the roof?……🤣

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  6. Lisa Beth says:

    Great high jump! Fab fox security guard! Thanks Bitter Bluebird 😀

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  7. Widdershins says:

    If the cat hadn’t hesitated, the fox would’ve probably bolted. 🙂

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  8. Dawn Marie says:

    Oh. My. Gosh! Much like the cat I never saw the fox until the kitty jumped up. That’s some brave kitty!! I would have dashed away straight-away!

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  9. V.M.Sang says:

    Discretion is the better past of valour.

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