Come In and Have a Seat

Everybody wants to sit in the “catbird seat” — but did you know there is actually such an animal? The rare felix aborealis lives in dense forests, where it pounces on mice and squirrels below. An excellent flier, it can reach speeds of 45 MPH — straight down.

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4 thoughts on “Come In and Have a Seat

  1. Faye December 30, 2015 / 5:39 pm

    Ummm, if that is a birdhouse, things didn’t work out as intended.

    Avon calling? Nope!

    Talk about cattitude.

  2. 6rabbits December 30, 2015 / 8:22 pm

    Either that is a tiny cat or they have some rather LARGE boids in that area!

  3. beemoused December 31, 2015 / 6:55 am

    My husband tells a story about a cat his family had when he was a youngster–it would lurk in the huge oak tree in their yard, jump off a high branch to swat a passing squirrel on a lower branch, land on it as a cushion when they hit the ground. He would then carry the poor stunned squirrel into the house and release it to be chased by Mom, 3 boys, and a bunch of dogs until the hysterical thing was finally caught and released back into the yard. I love cats and just visualizing this always makes me giggle, but I also feel so bad for the poor squirrels!

  4. Smartypants December 31, 2015 / 7:26 am

    Kitteh is like “Yes, I’m the Bird Housing Inspector. These premises are simply not up to regulations. Until the repairs are made, you’ll have to reside in my mouth – uh, house”!

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