Monday, April 21, 2014

Mancat Monday - Invasion of the Introoders.

I was out doing my patrol looking for the strange black kitty who has been stinking up my territory.

Then I saw this big fev-ver introoding in my field.

I gave him the raspberry to see if that would scare him away.....

but he just turned the other way.

My friend Tuna the Trout Town Tabby has warned me about rude caca dropping burdz so I went marching down to give him is marching orders.

Then I saw he had back up, so I changed my mind.

41 comments:

  1. Happy Easter and be careful, them gooses can be nasty mean.

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  2. I agree with Derby & Duck, they can be mean boogers Flynn!

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  3. Oh Flynn! Wes gots those in the river behind our house!!! They can bes downright nasty!!!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  4. Smart idea!
    Those birds can be sneaky and there are 2 of them.
    Wait till they go ,then fumigate the area ;)

    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure, JJ
    and Angels Tiger and Tillie

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  5. Most of the time, we would say GET HIM, but in this case, yeah, we agree with the others. Be careful. Geese are kind of scary!

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  6. Oh Flynn, those fev-vers are ganging up on you! You were wise to retreat. They can peck and bite hard :-(
    Hugs to you!

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  7. I would not get too close to that bird, Flynn... unless he's been cooked!

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  8. You are very smart to leave that goose alone, Flynn. They can be very mean! Mom and my Daddy used to have a big black woofie who would not go near any goose after one pecked her.

    prrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrs & tail wags,
    Tiger Lily, Sushi & Marco Polo

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  9. Yeah, Flynn, geese are mean, Buddy. The Human says there are lots at the lake in the park near our house and if you don't bring nuffing for them, they get kinda mad. Hope you had a great Easter!

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  10. Wow! Those geese do look mean! Gemini gets scared when they fly overhead honking!

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  11. Smart choice, Flynn. Be careful there may be 20 more just over the hillside! They are vishus!

    XOXO

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  12. Give that goosie some room, Flynn. They can get very loosie goosie very quick!! Don't ask me how I know that.

    Your friend Gandalf

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  13. He looks as though he has a big vicious beak Flynn so we think you are best to go and have some breakfast and think tactics.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  14. We only can agree with the previous advices : keep careful and stay safe ! Purrs

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  15. Probably made a good decision in leaving that nasty goose alone. Live and let live I say! Hope you had a good Easter Flynn....

    Hugs, Sammy

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  16. MOL MOL MOL Flynn you have Canada Geese in the UK too. OMCs those geese need to invest in some new GPS equipment. We have them in here too. I need to ask Nicki and Derry if any Canada Geese actually live in Canada.
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  17. Now that was smart thinking Flynn. Those big burds just might hurt you. As the Trout Tabbies say, Burd sometimes are not good.Have a great day.

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  18. Ditto, those geese can be super-nasty, especially when they have babies. You were wise to think twice about getting any closer!

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  19. We have TONS of those geese here and they think they are the boss of everything and everyone. They use to come and eat the cat food Mom would leave out for the ferals at work and they would just honk at her then poop their ugly green poops all over when she'd try to chase them away.

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  20. Watch out for those geese, Flynn. They can be tough fellows. They fly thousands of miles a year - they have to be tough!

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  21. I was going to suggest you talk to the Trout Towners! Man, they really hate burds. I like the raspberry tactic, though. WEll done. - Crepes.

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  22. Kitties are only safe behind the patio door when those big fev-vers are around!

    Don't step in any caca, either. That upsets the humans a lot :(

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  23. dood...me N boomer iz on de way....we iz stuck in traffic on: birdcage lane....CAN EWE BEE LEEVE IT.....we iz bout reddy ta tell de hackney driver...heerz 50 pence...take it ore leeve it coz we haz a friend in trubull....

    texted message frum de fone oh

    tuna of moon

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  24. Oh dear Flynn you've got mean goosies!

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  25. pea ess...we can GUARUNTEEZ ewe...itz KNOT de kitteh who ewe iz smellin....watch yur step.....

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  26. Smart move about changing your mind, those geese are MEAN!! Just ask my woofie brother!

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  27. They're as rude as pigeons, so I don't blame you trying to make that bird leave! Just be careful, though--I think those birds can BITE!

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  28. MOL! We don't blame you - those birds can be MEAN! Hope you had a wonderful Easter!

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  29. You can be glad they only was two !
    Over here I saw 40 Seagull´s on the field next to us today.
    Lucky for me I was sitting in mom´s car :)

    XOXO

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  30. We have hordes of those devil birds in our neighborhood because we are near a pond. Actually they are pretty much all around our town.

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  31. Flynn, those are big, fierce birds and we think that was a wise decision. We didn't know you had Canada geese in England! So are they a different species?

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  32. Oh no! I hope you can get those intruders out.

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  33. Flynn you are so good at being curious!!

    For those reading this, check out my cat blog for archived stories about the abandoned/feral cat colony I manage.
    http://homelesscatcare.blogspot.com/

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  34. You do need to be a bit carful around those birds, Flynn.

    Purrs,
    The Chans

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  35. Those gooseys are big and brutal - you were amazingly brave to give him a raspberry! But the pheasant, well, surely you just have to wit until his goose buddy has gone..... then he can be yours.

    Thanks for dropping by again. It was great outside today but Cat's Honour Code means we cannot reveal who was who ! Äiti says Jaava can look quite ginger outside, and she was watching us herself from work, and was really shocked to see Seppo exploring. She thought it would be too cold for him, but he has a great time outside. We love 24/7 access.

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  36. Uh oh! An Invasion! I wonder if black introoder kitty would want to help run these boids out of your yard!

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  37. Those silly gooses need to leave you alone!!

    The Florida Furkids

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  38. Did that goose give you the raspberry back? They can hiss and raspberry almost as well as us kitties. XO, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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