Here now, what's this about putting a fox in a box?!? -- silver fox
Ha! You mean you don't want to be kidnapped? :)
That would depend on who the kidnapper is!
Why, it's Jack and Sam, of course! :)
You're silly. lol
Well, yeah. :)
Very considerate and sophisticated cats you have, letting the fox go. So their hunting is purely for sporting entertainment, then.ha1ha1
Yes, but as fisherman, they are not catch-and-release.They are catch-and-feast. hahaha.
And as aviators catching birds they are also catch and feast and spit out the feathers. lolI think Mike was a little harsh even though he might be right but the consolation is that so am I ha!ha!
You know, they don't spit out the feathers! My Marmalade even eats the feet. ugh.Oh, Mike's just teasing....we go way back. :)
Eating the feet ughhh!Marmalade is much too non carnivorous a name for that cat. Call him Marmite.
Oh, I know! His name does not suit him! I named him that when he was a wee ginger kitty and I didn't even know his gender. Yes, Marmite would be more appropriate. He eats mice that way, too...completely whole. I prefer it that way, actually...no bits and pieces to clean up. ha.
That's what I call a low maintenance cat . Doe he influence the others?Perhaps he might bag that fox one day and lay it at his mistresses feet - if there's anything left.
Yes, anything is possible with this brood. ha.
Now I have a new tune in my head..haha...That is so adorable and look at the blue shadow...That would work for a month is the calendar..teehee.
Those long evening shadows! They really show up on the snow!
haha...if they bring you back a fox to keepi will remind you about speaking thingsinto existence...lol
We do have a red fox in the neighborhood! If they brought him home to me, I'd die! haha.
A good old fashioned fox hunt? Count me in, beautiful! Vince. x
Do you have a horse and a horn? :)
And a hunting dog!
And will you be taking a gun or a box? haha.
That depends on if the fox is silver or red! (smiling) Oh, I jest! Teasing of course.
Uh oh! You better duck..or run...or something!
Glad to be back and visit your place!You still amaze me, dear Betsy. You can take a plain moment and turn it into something interesting and spectacular.Good job!
It's so much more fun to add captions, you know. haha.
My mom used to sing that song when I was little. When my own kids were small, we'd make up new verses.At the moment I can't think of a one! ha ha!
I think we sang it at school in music class! I can't believe it popped in my head...I haven't heard it in ages! I had to look it up to makes sure I was spelling heigh ho and derry o correctly! ha.
They both look like they have spied the same thing. Double whammy! Ewwwwww... bird feet. Yuck.
I hope they don't go after the fox! I think the fox would win!
Two on oneThat can be funMaybe a bit of a cheatThose birds they will beat
No birds in this hunt this timeit's a fox that would taste sublime.Or didn't you sing this little songat school when you were young?
Nope, never sang that oneThey were actually after a fox under your sun
Not really, nothat's just how the song goes.
I love your kitty posts! Too much fun . . . :)At least your fur-balls are out getting some exercise! Mine are pure LAZINESS during these cold winter days.
haha...true hibernation?I do dread spring, though...when they come in with muddy paws.
Awwwwwwwww what a great pic!! Look at these mighty but ever so cute hunters!! :-) Take carex
Aren't they cute? haha. So sneaky, they are!
Yes... they are born to hunt.
And they do love the thrill of it, even if they come home empty handed. :)
Haha the cats (and dogs) are made for hunting but Im not sure they let the fox go lol
haha....I think they would hide from the fox!
LOL! I'll be hearing that all day.... blessings ~ tanna
Me, too! I woke up with it in my head! Ack!
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