“Excellent Mrs. Human, that is what I call a laid table, just a little correction perhaps, not that I want to intervene with your composition, but I would alter the height of the food station.”
“That is not a food station Nera, that is a bird house where I put seeds for the birds to eat, so that they do not starve in the cold Winter months.”
“No problem Mrs. Human, I am fully in agreement with your wonderful idea. We have to keep the birds nice and fat and thriving. I just thought that the food station, sorry bird house, might be placed more to a feline advantage, perhaps within paw distance.”
“Of course. When the winged dinners arrive I will have to jump. If the bird house as you call it is a little lower, I can just make a grab with a paw. ”
“Nera I don’t think you get the idea of why I have a bird house in the garden in the cold Winter months.”
“Of course I do Mrs. Human and I find it commendable how you look after our feathered friends and fill them with food, very tasty.”
“I mean the food you give them of course Mrs. Human. We will see how the feeding station develops for the feathered dinners, sorry birds, and us felines. In the meantime I will keep a careful eye on the situation. Oh, look Mrs. Human, I can see the first victim approaching.”
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LOL, I often wonder what my animals think of my actions.
Hi this is Gina this is my pets page but I insisted she let me answer .Very nice cat logic there Nera , but lowering the food station might discourage the birds . now more ground cover would work
I loved the conversation.It reminded me of Sylvester from the looney tunes 🙂
I love it. And great picture too.