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TexWisGirl

OH, made me laugh, but BAD KITTY!

Bev

hahaha.... warm weather keeping them away heh?

Nancy

Naughty kitty, indeed!

Karen

Awwww, what a pretty cat - but the birds are not fooled by that sweet face!

Kar

Dear Kitty, you are pretty awesome but you need to move so we can see all the pretty birds that come visit Judy. Thanks! :)

Mary

Is that Missy? How's Mister?

Barb

Oh so pretty, but oh so naughty.

Randy

I guess he's having his lunch flown in.

Candy C.

"Maybe if I sit reeeaaal still the birds won't notice me!" ;)

Cheryl

Pretty kitty is hoping a little birdie snack will land at his feet! lol Cute photos!

EG CameraGirl

Cats do have a way of dominating, don't they? Sitting high up on the feeder is sending a clear message.

LesleyAnn

haha! That cracked me up! How funny. Kitty is not going to be successful sitting there!

Great photos. Thank you!

Vee

Cheeky little bugger! At least, he's not sneaky!

Thimbleanna

Hahaha -- that's a kitty on a mission!

Mary

Cats tend to fall into one of two catagories, those who dearly love a perch, from which they can look down over what they consider their territory, rather like their larger, great cat cousins, or those who prefer to hide in a shrub, or under furniture. I think she (or he) looks content. :)

Carver

Classic cat shots. The neighborhood cats come to my yard to harass the birds.

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