Many About Or Not Out!

The cat smelled some funky things on Pat. We asked him and he said nothing about that. He just ignored it. Well now we know he was slumming it when out. Even doing it when about.


Do you see?
A mutt and a cat not me.
An overly dramatic mutt.
Don't believe me at our hut?


See? Wants to go out the window.
We wouldn't mind her giving it a go.
But she is kinda low.
Dramatic mutt, we know.


Then there was roadkill.
Thought running in front was a thrill.
Then the thing started clucking
Or whatever it was when its feathers were bucking.


And one thought Pat a pest.
He spotted its nest.
It was not a happy bird.
We're sure it said a swear word.


Out it comes.
Not standing any bums.
Not sure what it is.
But it meant some mean biz.


Squawk and squawk.
Didn't want Pat to gawk.
Maybe it should have stayed quiet.
But nope, it wanted to riot.


And tons more.
All by the shore.
Soooo much poop.
Like they have their own coop.


And then a stubborn one.
It didn't even run.
Heck, didn't even waddle away.
It just decided to stay.


And another bird.
This one was absurd.
It thought itself a mutt.
Followed Pat from hut to hut.


See? Just kept going.
Attention seeker it was showing.
Even let Pat brush it.
Can you believe that umm shit?

Geez, sure a lot of birds out there. The tabbies may not think it fair. Ever have a bird follow you and act like a dog? Maybe it was in a brain fog? Beats the heck out of me. Any strange smells on thee? The cat would figure out what they were. Those funky smells sure can stir. Stir up lots of stuff. All right, I've said enough. Now I'll go back to smelling Cass. At least there is no funky smells on her for the nose of my little rhyming ass.

If you smell crap this summer, call a plumber.

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  1. That sure was a big bunch of strange critters!

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  2. I didn't know snapping turtles lived that far north.
    What is that last one? Some kind of chicken or turkey?

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    1. Yeah, first one I've ever seen. It just sat there right in the middle of a driveway. Not a chicken or turkey, not sure what it is exactly. Some sort of peasant maybe? But it followed me just like a dog or cat would.

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  3. That is quite the collection of birds and animals. Great pictures. Pat, you have a great weekend.

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  4. Wow you got a lot of interesting critters in your neck of the woods! I'm not fond of the black birds here. They seem to be threatening looking though they have never "attacked" in anyway.

    betty

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    1. Some can seem threatening and some are threatening. Don't screw with geese haha they will attack.

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  5. Some interesting creatures in your neck of the woods. That looks like an eagle's nest up there, but I couldn't tell by the bird. What is the last photo of? I've not seen that bird before.

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    1. I think it is an eagle or osprey, not sure though. AS for the last, maybe some sort of pheasant?

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  6. Wow, you have all kinds of wildlife where you live. I loved all the pictures.

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    1. Sure that and more. Many scurry away before I can get a shot though, like bobcats and foxes and such.

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  7. Many About Or Not Out!
    Extending happily their snouts
    Pecking at random
    Enjoying a freedom
    That many yet not making a crowd

    Hank

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    1. No crowd is sure had
      As they stay alone at their pad

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  8. That's quite a zoo at you bay
    Night and day
    Might or may
    But where's that darned Kangaroo
    And where's Scooby Doo?

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  9. This was a fun post, Pat! Lots of critters where you're at! Who is building the platforms for the eagles? ospreys? to nest on? That is very cool. I have no clue what the first bird is ~ sorry it became roadkill. It looks like a Mexican standoff between the dog and the cat ~ LOL

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    1. Actually, it only almost became roadkill haha got out of the way, defiant little thing. The osprey/eagles are building nests on top of power poles, so sometimes the lines get moved and the nest remains on old poles. haha I suppose a standoff could have been had.

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  10. Lots of animals! So much to see! :)

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  11. You were in tick country...well, that is anywhere. Love that cutie lab who could stay with me any time. I don’t know what that first bird is....it looks like some bird from a zoo not from here. The last bird looks like a female pheasant or maybe a peahen?? Love the turtle just never get too close...snap, snap.

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    1. Yeah, thought it was a pheasant. First one is probably an osprey. I kept my distance from the turtle indeed.

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  12. That looks like an Osprey nest. Cool photo of the bird flaying...of course I am a bird lover.

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    1. Sure didn't want me there. Flying about and making noise at me.

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  13. The turtle doesn't look the friendly type.

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  14. Not a friendly post for Trout Tabbies lol! But sure fun meeting those critters. The big bird nest is very impressive!

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    1. lol yeah, the tabbies may have a thing or two to say about the burds

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  15. A snapping turtle is not to be messed with. They taste good, but it takes some effort to catch and clean. We didn't do it, but a neighbor did, gave it to us.

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    1. Never knew they tasted good. I think I'll avoid them all together.

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  16. Who knew
    Such variety in view
    At your zoo
    And your camera’s a snappin’ too!!!

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  17. orlin N cassie; we hope yur dad waz abe bull ta run like de wind ~~~~~~~~~~~ faaaaaaaaa
    N if we dinna noe better, we wood swear thatz de bass terd gobbler on de road.....
    sure looks like de basss terd it doez ~

    ☺☺♥♥

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    1. haha there is a gobbler he got one too. We'll wait and use it later just for you

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  18. Maybe the turtle knew you were a good guy!

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  19. Nope, can't say a bird ever followed me, but then they might have and I didn't know.

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  20. Did you buy yourself a farm? Lots of little critters running around out there. No wonder your tick count is so high this year.

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    1. haha no money for a farm. Just out in the woods a friggin lot!

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