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What does the Fox Say?!


“Tinni!”

The Fox And The Hound

DECEMBER 10, 2013 by   from CuteOverload.com

According to Today.com, Norwegian photographer Torgeir Berge took Tinni his German Shepherd on a walk, and they ran into this fox!  Berge named the Fox “Sniffer.”

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What Does the Fox Say?! “Tinni-Tinni-Tin-Tin-Tin-Tin…”

Now Tinni & Sniffer hang out all the time!
Berit Helberg is writing a book on the duo with Berge.

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This song has been making the rounds at the local schools.  Very cute [earworm]!!

You’re Welcome.

Crazy Bird!

That bird was at it again Thursday morning: tweetering on the fence outside the window, teasing the cat.  He knew exactly what he was doing, too!

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Watch my tail switch and twitch …I want him SOOOOO bad!!

I went outside to get a closer look (and a photo!) and the bird didn’t even flinch.  He sat there chirping and dancing along the fence.   When my neighbor came over to chat while cleaning out front, the cardinal came over and perched in the arborvitae tree not more than ten feet from us, tilting his head and chirping as if he were part of the conversation.

Maybe the feeder needs more seed?

Brusha-Brusha

Raven has some interesting habits, even for a cat.  She loves to brush herself:

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And loves to rub her face in/on shoes and socks.  LOL

Cats sure are characters.  That’s probably why cats are one of the most popular subjects on the internet – love ’em or hate ’em.  Who are we kidding?  EVERYONE loves cats!

Sunday Morning Kibble Klatsch

Kibble Klatsch

Delenn’s Kibble Klatsch has become the daily neighborhood newswire

Windows are open, listening to Delenn’s Kibble Klatsch – the neighborhood dog conversation.  It’s kinda like the dog “telephone” in 101 Dalmations, where all the dogs relayed a message across the countryside to find the stolen puppies…

Periodically throughout the day, she starts woofing for no apparent reason.  It vexed me for the longest time until I realized she was talking to her buddy across the street.  If I’m outside or the windows are open, I can hear the other dog barking and Delenn’s answer.

Very interesting…

My son asked if the cats have their own Kibble Klatsch, and I told him theirs is a much quieter version.  Sneaky, in fact.  It’s like a feline form of Morse code, done with eye blinks and tail twitches.

dot. dot. dash…

Just Kidding!  Happy SUNday!  LOL