Tui tends to pick on cats.
“Not a chance buddy”. Says Godot.
At which LuLu says a bad word…
… and Pania laughs – (in a mean way).
– but on the inside.
I had to laugh too. Poor LuLu. I could imagine Godot shrieking with laughter.. “Caught us a Cat we have!”
Good morning. We had sun yesterday and it was not too cold. Warmer than the forecast I thought. So I dragged the hoses out of the basement and emptied and refilled all the water troughs with fresh water. (The chooks were very grateful). The pigs wandered about. Sheila’s hocks turned quite pink from ploughing through the snow. Tima’s hair has started to grow back and the Mad’s pigeons sunned themselves on the roof of the barn.
It was a good day.
I hope you have a good day today.
Your friend on this farm
You have capture them well, each picture tells a story. It really made me laugh too 🙂
Each time I go outside to care for the animals I also try to capture what they do or feel and what they would tell me if they could speak my language hahaha I loved your pics, thanks for sharing!
I hope Lulu got away eventually!!!
Ha ha – that reminds me of the vultures in Jungle Book 🙂
…the peacocks, not the pigeons!
Poor Lulu really got the bird that time, but I think those claws could be a good defence. Happy day to you too my dear
Poor LuLu! Three against one is never a fair fight!
My that tui can certainly give a real mean look! Poor lulu x
Ooh, I did enjoy that!
The pea’s really just want to cuddle up to the warm fur ball, poor cat. 🙂 Laura
There’s no doubt that you read their conversation right. 🙂 Good morning to you all. xx
these pictures are hilarious Celi!! good job!!
Ha ha ha! Fabulous cat in the rafters photos. I’m glad to see warmer winds of change… perhaps like us in the south, you’ll be experiencing a warming trend in the coming days!
I love the pictures and the story and it made me laugh …..thanks and have a wonderful day.
Poor Kitty…caught between a rock and a hard spot!
My female peafowl, Trudy Patootie, would come in the house to terrorize the indoor cats if she saw one of them near the door when I opened it. One of the outdoor ferals was terrified of her, I thought she’d pecked the end of his ear off until I took him to the vet to have him neutered and they explained the ear was tipped when he was previously neutered (that was embarrassing). And then dumped on my place. Peafowl have such an air of authority.
So they tipped his ear to show that he had been neutered then set free again.. that is interesting.. c
Poor Lulu, she got more bird than she bargained for, me thinks. That Tui has the death stare perfected. As my Mom used to say “She has face that would fry an egg”. Wonderful photo-essay Ms. C. I hope things ended well for Lulu.
Ah, Lulu had to pay the peacock price for having the warmest spot under the light. I wonder if she’ll rethink that in future 🙂
That pigeon photo is remarkable.
Thanks you for a huge smile on a Sunday morning: Lulu, that position is far too warm and comfortable to give up 🙂 !
Your bird photos always make me want a yard full of Peacocks! They’re so neat looking and Godot is breathtaking. I’m afraid my dogs would make it very stressful for them though. Love the pigeons on the snow. Very pretty. It was in the 50’s here today. Crazy weather!
Beautifully hilarious! I have emailed you but not sure if you got it as my email is playing up grrrr
Lulu and Tui are so photogenic. I love that first shot, and the delightful sequence that follows.
Well, you know what they say. Curiosity killed the cat. Maybe Lulu had no business being there in the first place and got what she deserved! I am quite impressed by Godot’s winter fluff. He looks like a king wrapped in ermine without the little black spots. And I’m in agreement with Minnesota Prairie Roots. Love the pigeons on the roof. Beautiful shot.
I enjoyed all these comments so much that I wished there was a LIKE BUTTON for comments!!!
A great shot of Godot’s tail. He’s looking handsome. Lulu may have to learn to fly.