Hunting Season

Jun
8

Sugar, the innocent.

Except–

–you know…..

Yeah.


This is the only time of year the cats DON’T want to come in the house (very much) cuz THAT’S what they’re doin’.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on June 8, 2011  

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  1. 6-8
    7:31
    pm

    Good kitty!

  2. 6-8
    8:15
    pm

    Ewww. . . . . but, that’s what our cat does too! Worse yet, he killed AND ate a snake . . . . yuck!

  3. 6-8
    8:48
    pm

    Yeah your going to be rodent free!

  4. 6-8
    9:07
    pm

    Suger is a Sugar-Pie. she’s doing what comes natural, though I don’t like it when my own kitties do it. since leaving my farm they’re no longer outdoor kitties, but when they were, I had a rule and I repeated it oft – “no bunnies, no birds”. Did they listen? Does a bear you-know-what in the woods? The times I took a baby bunny rabbit or bird from their mouths, well, I lost track. Some survived I think, a few died in my hand, and others never had a chance. it’s a fact of like. Sugar sure is a cutie. :airkiss:

  5. 6-8
    9:41
    pm

    Good girl Sugar!That’s one less rabbit to eat your garden. Do you (or 52) ever hunt rabbits?

  6. 6-8
    10:30
    pm

    Well after they eat all those critters it is good they are outside. My cat always leaves me a present that doesn’t agree with him. And what a mess to clean up. YUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. 6-8
    10:45
    pm

    Or like mine do, bring chipmunks into the house while they’re still alive, because they’re so fun to chase around the house!

  8. 6-8
    11:01
    pm

    ewww….I have indoor cats but they STILL find mice and leave them for me to step on (usually with bare feet!!!) My daughters cats catch chipmunks and leave them on the boys top bunk….yuck.

  9. 6-8
    11:37
    pm

    What a good cat! And she’s a beauty, too.

  10. 6-9
    1:32
    am

    At least the cats find there own goodies and don’t depend on you for cookies!lol
    ~~HUGS~~
    http://blessingtheelements-mi.blogspot.com

  11. 6-9
    6:48
    am

    :happyflower: My WOLFIE has been very busy too..:)
    Granny Trace
    http://www.grannytracescrapsandsquares.com

  12. 6-9
    7:05
    am

    Cheryl, no, we don’t hunt at all! (I love bunnies, LOL.)

  13. 6-9
    7:42
    am

    Good Kitty!
    I really miss having kitties around to keep the vermin under control…
    But love that my feathered friends have noone smacking their lips while watching them!

    Purr Kitty!

  14. 6-9
    8:30
    am

    I used to have a cat, when I was in college. One morning I opened my apartment door and found a dead BAT on the welcome mat! :dancingmonster: Usually it was a chipmunk or a mouse.

  15. 6-9
    8:30
    am

    Prayingpup: At least he didn’t do what mine did not once but twice and leave on the front porch for you. One was dead and the other one wasn’t. Needless to say after the second one I inform him that if he brought another one home he was gone. He must have gotten the message because on more appeared. I have a dislike of snakes. I can hardly watch them on TV.

  16. 6-9
    10:37
    am

    When growing up in the country, our outside cats would leave presents on the entry mat. It was fasicinating to see what they didn’t eat. Certain organs were left intact and licked clean. We knew not to go outside barefoot.

    Now I have inside cats. The 18 yo caught his first mouse ever last month and was so excited to show me, he brought it into the bed, at midnight, alive, to so us.

  17. 6-9
    12:18
    pm

    When I was in high school I had a very sweet kitty that liked to gently bring in birds through the doggie door then let them go. She never hurt them but my mom wasn’t very happy about birds flying around her living room.

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