The cat was fascinated by the squirrel who was on the deck picking up bird seed I’d spilled.
Hey! Wanna play?
Probably debates on the daily activities of us crazy humans lol 😛
Hi Andy! You’re probably right! The cat is saying, “I don’t know why she doesn’t let me out there. So maddening!”
LOL exactly 😉
Actually, when I looked at the photo again, I think the squirrel is saying, “Hey Can I come in?” 🙂
I had to giggle as I pondered on what those two were thinking. Great photos. I love the detail you caught in the tail
They were both moving back and forth so fast, I didn’t think I was going to get a photo. I think the one I got was just dumb luck.
luck or not, excellent shots!!!!!
Thank you Terry!
🙂 🙂 🙂
No. Not friends. You cat is thinking, “Oh good. Squirrel for dinner tonight!”
So cute..what a picture…Diane
It was funny to watch!
Squirrels are so good at cleaning up! The cat was probably looking for a good chase.
Yes they are, although there are still a few seeds out there. Was hoping to have some birds swoop down, but it hasn’t happened yet. Maybe they are too cold to leave their nests…And absolutely, the cat was looking for a good chase.
cat: what are you doing here at Winters? your place on the tree!
squirrel. so there I was now on the tree and saw that these mice dance in the storage of corn, and you’re there in the house dreams home!
Cat :: shut up or I’ll have one to show teeth
Squirrel: Come show.
cat grinned teeth!
how much do you have rotten teeth when you so horribly bad breath. ha-ha! have nice day with love maxima
I love this exchange, Maxima. When I looked at the photo again, I thought it looked like the squirrel was looking longingly at the inside. Hehehe…
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