As I hadn't seen Lisa (17) for one week because of my holidays in Greece, I noticed with pleasure that her hairs grew back around her neck,

but now she is loosing it at her hind legs ! But she plays and eats so everything is OK with her.

Yesterday, Rosie had a strange behaviour, she sniffed and sniffed at the hedge and then

I saw her very busy running along it

and looking and looking. There must be something very interesting. I first thought she wanted to say hello to our neighbor's dog Yanouk.

but then Pookie and Kim came too and also looked along the hedge.

Finally I was intrigued too and put my camera aside to see what was attracting my cats so much.
It was a baby bird probably fallen down by trying to fly because it tried to get up again. I quickly took it in my hand and throw it over the hedge, to save it from my voracious cats and saw it flying away ! Good !

Of course the cats were very offended that I had taken their toy away and Rosie was still looking for a while if she couldn't find another one !


Irishcoda said...

Oh boy, now you're in trouble! First you have the "audacity" to go away on vacation and now you take breakfast and throw it over the hedge, LOL!

Ana said...

Good decision, Gattina :-) And kitties, I guess you will find something else to play with soon :-)

Rosemary B❤️ said...

Oh I know the baby bird is happy to have a second chance.
These are wonderful pictures.
Lisa is still very beautiful, I love her beautiful coat!

purrrs and so happy you are back from your trip

Anonymous said...

Good on you for saving the birdie - hopefully it is safe! Unfortunately sometimes what a cat wants isn't what a cat gets! (Well it's FORTUNATELY for the bird, hehe!)

Poppedijne said...

How lucky you went to investigate!! I love my cats but I also love my birds so it is nice to hear that you could save it.

Evergreen loves Kilroy said...

Lisa looks like such a pretty girl.

Way to go on saving the birdie!! Despite several cranky cats. ;)

Anonymous said...

Oh, I'm glad the baby bird got rescued! And Lisa is such a beautiful Ladycat! Give her a big hug from me and Mom.

Purrs and snuggles from Marilyn!

Ellen Whyte said...

You go on holiday and then take away their bird??? I would not get into my bed without looking very carefully under the sheets if I were you :-)


Great that you could get those
photos of Rosie! Yes, Lisa is
looking better! Purrs!

Quasi said...

Although my humans would have done the same, this kind of behavior just wouldn't work with me. Please tell your kitties that you need more training.