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Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Mouse Relay





And he rounds the final turn on just two legs,
dribbling his catch deftly with his paw as he goes!
What skill, what speed!






And with sporting talent he stops on a dime,
holding his mouse by the tail!  And....




Ooops!


25 comments:

  1. Yep, that happens here all the time. :)

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    1. He looked truly disappointed, too! ha.

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  2. lol you'd think they'd learn
    Not whacking it under a crack at every turn
    Cassie whacks hers under the fridge at our sea
    Then sits there and stares at me

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    1. lol...when we did the kitchen reno last fall,
      under our fridge was found a pile 3 feet tall.
      Cassie knows you are her slave!
      "Now get my mouse, Pat...you better behave!" lol...

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    2. lol I can believe it indeed
      As that is where they take seed
      Orlin just eats everything
      So I'm slave to Cass at my wing

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    3. One would think he had a stomach of steel
      but I know he has to have his special meals. ha.

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    1. Thanks for laughing at my humor...lol.... :)

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  4. Cats are curious creatures.
    :0)

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    1. hence that famous saying! haha. At least he didn't make it swim in the water bowl, which is what he usually does.

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  5. lol . . . oops . . . back ti the drawing board . . . :)

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    1. He sure tried to fit under that door to get it back!

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  6. No doubt he'll saty amused for the remainder of the evening with his paw sliding back and forth under that door :)
    My Oliver cat planted one of his furry mice in one of my gardening clogs, and I found it today when I slid my foot inside !
    ~Jo

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    1. Oh, that's cute! I've found them in the laundry before. ha.

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  7. Hope you got it out for him!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  8. Sorry---was that a real mouse?

    Jane

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  9. Haaaaa! I love your play-by-play. It's so funny when they are stuck on the other side and it's their own doing! lol

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    1. You'd think they would learn, but it happens over and over!

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  10. Our cat used to sit and stare for hours when things "disappeared " like that! Ha!

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    1. They can be extremely patient waiting like that, can't they?

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  11. I had to trap a mouse this spring. I have never had to do that before but the cold the lasted for a long time must have brought it in. I remember watching cats at the farm when I was a kid, do so many funny things with their victims.

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