Thursday, March 6, 2008

Unrepentant



Willow, doing what comes naturally... though it still makes me mad (especially when he decides to share).

10 comments:

killemallletgodsortemout said...

Looks like he's got his eye on another one!!

Lady Jane said...

Who knows.. I was getting ready for work so he was dispatched for the day (poor fellow) but he did make a meal out of it, as there were just a few feathers left when I returned.

Lady Jane said...

Willow is unfortunate in his love of birds - he gets yelled at.
(thankfully, he doesn't go after them often).

His brother on the other hand loves bugs.. so he gets rewarded - especially if he kills a cockroach.

Sam.. the stray (I will NOT admit to a 3rd cat!!) bothers lizards and the occasional tree frog (also a punishable offense in my household).. but it is interesting how they are very particular. None likes what the other does.

fleetofworlds said...

Are you a fellow Frog fan, Milady? (the amphibian, not those blighters the other side of the channel)

They are by far my favourite creatures. Newts come a close second. I sponsor a newt at a local nature reserve. It is called Minute. (My Newt - geddit?)

I'll get me coat....

Lady Jane said...

I wouldn't go so far as to say I am a frog 'fan' (especially when one lands on me in bed) but I am rather partial to the little tree-frogs.. they are so cute and helpless - especially when chased by an orange cat!

Don't worry though.. the frogs and the lizards are rescued (Sam is quite gentle with them) and live to see another day.

Nicholas said...

Put a leash on that cat!

Lady Jane said...

Nick, that would be like me saying put a muzzle (or something similar) on your gun, now wouldn't it?
;-)

Lady Jane said...

COURSE, that is assuming YOU are the Nick that is my beloved duck blasting, deer hunting, bike wheeling, surf lovin', lifeguarding brother;-)

Tuscan Tony said...

Is the bird doing to Willow what its cousins do to Hippopotami - you know, picking the food from the hippo's teeth?

Lady Jane said...

This bird was not as fortunate as his cousins:-(

It's strange how I am quite conflicted when I see this pix.. I am proud, thinking he's a proper little hunter, but annoyed too as I hate house cats killing birds. Trouble is, he's not really a house cat, preferring as he does, to spend quite a lot of time outdoors.

Thankfully, he does not do it often.. I feed him well;-)