haha that's something our Velvet would do!
Ha ha ha! Well, cats do really do "subtle!"
Does that really work? Maybe she's keeping squirrels at bay, so the birds have a chance to feed. A squirrel-crow.
Typical cat:) SueI am having to sign in as Anonymous, as Blogger won't let me use my Google Account:(
Lol, how long did Annie's patience last? She looks like she's pretending to admire the view and the fact that the bird feeder is right there is pure coincidence:)
Believe me, she definitely would have stayed up there, but I put her back in the house. She is a really good hunter. I think she's gotten too confident in her ability or she just thinks birds aren't that smart and she just wants to hop up there and wait for one to fly into her mouth. :-)
Oh yes, very subtle. About 10 years ago, we woke up to find a bobcat perched by our birdfeeder almost exactly like Annie. And, all the birds had vanished. I can't imagine why! :)
Hi Annie, Zephyr & Astro!How nice to meet you! Thanks for coming by my blog and for your lovely comment...hmm, Muesli does look a bit like Annie! :-) I"m so sorry to read about your scary sickie recently, Zephyr, but I hope you're on the mend now. Hope we can be good blog friends & keep in touch!Slobbers,Honey the Great Dane
Yeah!!! I can comment again!
lol.....Not so subtle I think ;-)
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