Thursday, May 28, 2009

Waiting.

There was a mouse here and I've been watching it just waiting to pounce but then it hid under the concrete blocks.

Oh well, I suppose I might as well look at the bluebells instead.

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  1. Sooner than later that mouse will have to come out. Do not give up. Stay the course, it will pay off!

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  2. I'm with Sassy...please don't give up! You are such a wonderful hunter! I'm your fan indeed!;-)
    But, on the other hand...I love bluebells and all flowers! It is cool too! You know...I'm a romantic catgirl!!!!
    purrs and noselicks
    Luna

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  3. Momma thinks the bluebells are prettier I say "GET THE MOUSE THE MOUSE" In fantasy Island type voice! hehehe
    V-V

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  4. Don't worry, the mousie will come back. In the meantime, enjoy the bluebells.

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  5. At least you have beautiful scenery while you wait.....

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  6. Hmmm mousies...bluebells...mousies...
    bluebells...mousies...hmmm maybe a birdie will do a fly-by too? Sounds like a great day to me!

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  7. A mouse! You saw a mouse! Awesome.

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  8. I don't think the mousies are very safe around you.

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  9. May be if you look at the bluebells long enough, the mouse will come back out!

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  10. brudder,
    matsui wooden't wate fer dat mowse ... he wood attack it an eet it rite away!
    luv--jh

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  11. Yu will have to wait untill that mousie gets sick of hiding and makes a run for it. We cats have lots of patience.

    Happy hunting. Hugs GJ xx

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  12. It is just like the princess and the pea.

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  13. WOWSIE....you gots lots of patience!

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  14. Yes, if mousie knows you are there (which I am sure it does) it isn't going to come again anytime soon!
    And bluebells, while not as interesting, are at least very pretty and they smell nice, too (not like a mouse)!

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  15. Patience is a virtue, my friend, and you are virtuous. Don't let that mouse get the best of you. Of course, if feeding time comes around, and he still hadn't come out, I'd give it up if I were you.

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  16. MomBean caught me licking the hosta plants outside this morning. I learned some great new words!

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  17. Looking at bluebells is ok, but I think that getting the mouse is even better! I haven't had one of those since I've gotten a little to old and slow to hunt much anymore, but I still remember the taste. YUM!

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  18. Bluebells are pretty, but mousies and chipmunks and evil squirrels are MUCH more interesting.

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  19. Darn that mousie, spoiling your plans like that!

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  20. Hi Fellas,

    I don't know how to hunt mousies. I only know about house flies and spiders. You guys are so brave and strong...

    but yeah... look at the bluebells and take a nap!! It's so important.

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  21. Did the mousie come back out again?

    ~Slash & Bronzy

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  22. Looking at flowers is a perfectly good thing to do, in our not so humble opinion.

    But then we don't get to catch mice.

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  23. Good things come to he who waits!

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  24. Patience is what we cats do best!

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  25. You might be waiting awhile so it's good you got something else to look at...

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  26. That mousie can't stay there forever, can he? So bide your time!

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