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Friday, October 10, 2008

Scouting

Scouting

I spent some time looking through the leaves in the "kill mulch" part of the garden. The mice think they are safe in there but they are mistaken. I hope the PM does this to another part of the garden next Spring as it appears to have worked. The weeds keeled over but the critters are flourishing.



The PM saw me in the grass shortly afterwards and I was dancing around, throwing "leaves" in the air. I looked so happy that she came over camera in hand, ready to capture a great shot for the Frisky Fall Contest. When she walked over, I took my "leaf" and ran into the berm.  This is the shot she got.

Well, it sort of came from a tree and it does...er, I mean, did glide through the air.


:::BELCH:::

Sorry,excuse me.



22 comments:

Whicky Wuudler said...

Looks (and sounds) like that was a very satisfying "leaf" indeed.

Parker said...

Goldie, you sure are a mighty hunter.
And frisky too!

Forever Foster said...

Oooh Goldie! Did you have fun? We bet it was a satisfying adventure ;)

jenianddean said...

Uh, I don't think those are leaves... but I bet it was a fun adventure!
--Jasper

Evie/VampyVictor said...

oh :(

V-V

Steppa and her Babys +Lover Guy said...

GOLDIE you did not do wat i fik u du U is so lucky u get to have your one toofy picks ???it not feves is it? fell from the a treef?? in GA we dont have faver trees can u send us one and our bean can put in the living room fur us ok

DEBRA said...

You rock Goldie...

purrs,Abby

Tybalt said...

Goldie, you certainly are fierce!

Gandalf and Grayson said...

Bye Bye Birdie.

WhimPurr's Whim and the Whiskers said...

Oops!

Sen and Tom said...

Those "leaves" are definitely the very best things to play with!

The Island Cats said...

Oh Goldie! Those are funny looking leaves!

Fin said...

Um, I think those are unusual um leaves. I feel a bit squeamish, should I admit that?

GRRRETA said...

"Kill mulch" is a very apt name. Your "leaves" look like a lot more fun to play with than the leaves around here.

Cat with a garden said...

Goldie, you are my hero! Can you imagine that my human put a string with a bell around my neck the first times I got out?! Even though it's gone now (I "lost" it) I haven't catched anything of size yet. The insect in my yard are shuddering with fear though...
Thanks for stepping by at my new place!
Purrs, Siena

MaoMao said...

Goldie, you are a furry great huntur! And what superduper pickshures of you.

Brainball sends high paws to his soul brutha!

Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

Tiggiefoc said...

I burped too when I read this.
Feathers give me indigestion, even the ones that just leak out of pillows on the bed.

But oh, don't the wild feathers smell good?

Yum.

JB's Big World said...

I hope there was not a bird attached to those feathers once.....was there?
--JB

MoMo said...

Fev-vers!!!!! You did get it, didn't you?????? Good work! My SS doesn't like me getting birdies.

Sweet Praline said...

Live fev-vers! I never get to see live fev-vers!

Felix, Garfield & Jawsy said...

Oooh, a 'feathery leaf', Goldie? hee hee

Skeeter, LC, and Ayla said...

Some "leaves" are more active and fun than others. ;)

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