Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Did you ever get that feeling.....!!

A short while ago every time I went out into the back garden to hang the washing I had the distinct feeling that I was being watched and it wasn't unfounded, this beautiful pure white cat had found a 'sun spot' and was often lying there when I went out..it didn't take me long to realize that it wasn't actually me she was watching, it was my bird family who started to get very 'skittish' when they spotted her..thankfully she didn't hang around too long and now it's back to just the Peregrine Falcon they have to keep a beady eye out for... it's all going on out there.....!!

30 comments:

  1. My, Grace, you live in such a dangerous and frightening place!!!

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  2. That I do jack, it's a jungle out there haha!!

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  3. gotcha!



    Well, I'm in a NEW place & NEW lifestyle!
    Do YOU know WHO I am? WHERE I live?
    I'm still not quite sure where I am,
    but boat Kitty is digging it.
    "Boat? What boat?"



    Aloha from Waikiki;

    Comfort Spiral


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  4. This is such a great post Grace! ;)

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  5. Grace, I love this hidden kitty! They find so much to amuse themselves!
    V

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  6. That second photo is adorable as he has just seen YOU! What a great cat pose!

    Bises,
    Genie

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  7. Eye-catching geometry and an evil stare. Nice shots.

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  8. So glad you and the birds are safe from the big cats that are roaming your neighborhood! :-)

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  9. One false move and it might have been the end of you with that beast. What a cutie.

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  10. Cute. Nice photo. As the cat quietly monitors what is happening. Ours does, too. Still like nothing, but observes and knows everything. / Good afternoon Peter wishes.

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  11. "Spy cat"
    ;-)
    Enjoy your day !
    Regards,

    Pierre
    http://pierre-boyer.blogspot.com/

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  12. que la vie de chat est agreable ;)

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  13. Merci Gracie, pour toutes ces informations sur la vie australienne. Ainsi, tu étends ton linge, à l'arrière du jardin. Peut-être emportes-tu ton linge dans une brouette pour le laver à la rivière... Ce ne doit pas être drôle, en hiver quand il fait froid. Nous ici, depuis la dernière guerre, on a découvert la machine à laver et le sèche linge. Et le soir, dans le salon, il y a une grosse boite sur le buffet. On appuie sur le bouton, et il y a des images... Le chat, souvent, dort au pied.
    Gros bisous, Gracie! :-)

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  14. That Cat does look very pleased with itself.

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  15. Glad the bird family survived, that is why I keep my three inside, and if our sit with them, could not cope with murder in the garden!

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  16. As long as it's not a 'drop' cat ...

    The look in her eyes in the middle photo gives a fabulous glimpse of the cat's cunning!!

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  17. Ah yes, I feel just as protective about the sparrows in my garden! Nice shot Perth!

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  18. Don't worry for the bird, worry for the cat. He's no match for a falcon.

    Kind regards,
    Mike

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  19. Sounds like you have a lot going on in your backyard Grace! Great post.

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  20. Yes, it happens almost always at work!

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  21. CCTV: cat checking television, as you well know.

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  22. We call our bird feeder the 'cat entertainment device'.

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  23. Very cute picture, and i must admit i really like cats. I grew-up with them as a child. Richard from the Amish community of Lebanon,Pa.

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  24. Oh she looks ready to pounce in the last photo! But very pretty kitty cat ;D

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