Monday, October 14, 2013

Mancat Monday.

I am the other side of the thicket from the badgers.

I am trying to see them, but they don't often come out by day.

I am listening carefully but all is quiet.

I might as well munch on the grass and go back home.

I am back in my garden now and looking for sparrows.

They like this bush and often there are twelve or more in there.

If I put my scent on the bush they may keep away.

If not, I will yell at them.

36 comments:

  1. Looks like you had a darn fun outing Flynn!

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  2. Flynn you are smart to stay away from those badgers!

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  3. You tell them! That is your bush huh? :)

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  4. Flynn, too bad those birdies didn't come out to visit you.

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  5. Badgers, sparrows....everyone wants to visit you!

    The Florida Furkids

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  6. Oooh, stay away from those badgers, okay, Flynn? The sparrows can stay, though. :)

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  7. We aren't sure, but we think badgers sound big and scary. We're glad there's a big mancat like you around to put them in their place, just in case! We'll stick to the sparrows.

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  8. If they are smart they will stay away from you!

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  9. Woah....you got badgers there? I've never seen one but I know I'd be scared. You must be awfully brave.

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  10. Flynn, I don't think I'd want to be seeing any badgers!

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  11. Lots of fun things going on in your garden :) I don't get to see Badgers but I do see Foxes xxoxx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  12. You tell those badgers Flynn. Good job trying to keep them away. We don't have badgers here. Have a great day.

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  13. Codness. Sparrows and badgers? It's like a zoo at your place!

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  14. You really have a lot to do there, Flynn, keeping up with all those introoders! Be careful of stranger danger.

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  15. Dude! Do NOT mess with the badgers! srsly.

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  16. MOL FLYNN YELLING ALWAYS WORKS...ESPECIALLY IF YELL AT A REALLY HIGH LEVEL
    HUGS MADI YOUR BFFF

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  17. Flynn where did you get your sunshine from - we're jealous.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  18. Gee Flynn, you really do rule your domain ;)
    We like the eating grass part :)
    Mainly because we are not allowed out to eat it ourselves :/
    Purrs Tillie and Georgia,
    Treasure,Tiger, JJ and Julie

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  19. That's a lot of fun activities. I bet after that you nap like a kitten ;-)

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  20. dood...best fishes with de hole stoooooooooooooooopid rood caca droppin bug infested noizee burd izzue...they is SEW stoooooooooooooooopid...oh, one mor O...they iz sew stoooooooooooooooooooooopid they will think ewe be yellin at de poneez N knot them !!! yea.....

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  21. We think it's much safer to hunt sparrows than badgers, Flynn. Go ahead and yell at them all you want!

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  22. that was a big day out Flynn,xx Speedy

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  23. I agree with Prancer Flynn stick to the sparrows as the badgers are a bit big to argue with. Grat outing you had though. Hugs GJ x

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  24. No badgers and no birds! Time to goes in and has a snooze!
    Kisses and sending yous Canadian Thanksgiving wishes
    Nellie

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  25. Flynn, we hope you at least can catch a mousie or a bug! Too mean of those birds not to visit you...

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  26. I yell at sparrows too. Noisy critters! happy Monday :)

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  27. Flynn I think that yelling is gonna do the trick for sure!

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  28. Not the badgers! Vishus critters, keep clear of those claws! We bet the birds know who is boss at your place!

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  29. Watch out for the badgers, Flynn. They can be pretty tough.

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  30. "Badgers, we don't need no stinking Badgers!" OK, that's a play on a movie quote (Badges, we don't need no stinking badges, but I don't recall the movie now.) I would steer clear of the badgers, personally. I think chasing birds is more fun and safer.
    --Jasper

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  31. Wow, we would be sitting and chattering at them and trying to catch them, not trying to make the birds stay away. That is very unusual cat behavior, Mr. Flynn. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  32. Looks like a great day out in the "wild" :)
    XOXO

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  33. bwaahahaha...I bet they never come back after smelling that tuna breath!!

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  34. sweetheart, the badgers might hurt you?

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