Thankful Thursday

More pictures of Mr. Hawk. Several of our friends have expressed concern that he might eat us. Mommy warned Chimera she would be the purrfect size for a snack for him. We all seem to have feral instincts and know that being out in the open is dangerous. Mommy thinks it is interesting we all act so wild as Chimera joined the family when her eyes and ears were still closed and  Yin, Yang and Scylla were all around 4 weeks old when Mom took them in We actually think Yin and Yang were a bit older as they were eating on their own just very sick. Mom says its the instincts v learning from your parents deal.

Although she says Socks taught us a LOT. She actually saw him holding kitty school. She thought it was so cute we were all sitting in a semi-circle around him while he demonstrated "moves" and then he watched us practice on each other.

Since we figured you were getting a bit bored with Mr. Hawk we did an arty picture of him. We did Colored edges, with the selected color being hot pink.

Mom says the bird we really have to watch out for is the immature Bald Eagle that is hanging around the  pond. He is even bigger and Mom said Yang would even have to watch out for him.

Fenris also warns us of danger. He is a very good flock guardian.

We are thankful that the wildlife feels free to visit our home and that so far they have all had good manners. ~ATCAD





10 comments:

Summer said...

My human's cat before Sparkle was semi-feral and totally able to take care of herself. She spent 15 years dodging coyotes and other predators in the neighborhoods she lived in. Of course, my human worried about her every day.

Brian said...

Oh, watch out for that hawk, it's pretty but dangerous too! Thanks for joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

Eastside Cats said...

We once had a red-tailed hawk sitting on the telephone line across the street from our house, and a little cat ran underneath! Thankfully, that hawk wan't hungry for cat at that time, but I was prepared to race through the house and chase that hawk away!

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World of Animals, Inc. said...

Watch out for that hawk. Looks to be pretty dangerous and also the balded eagle too. It's good that you were able to get a photo of the hawk. Good thing you have your feral instincts always on standby with any danger around. Thanks for the share. Have a safe day.
World of Animals

imbrite2 said...

Sounds like you kitties need to watch your backs with all those predators around hiding in the trees. Your doggie siblings need to get out there and yell at them!


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♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

That hawk is very handsome, but yes, they can be dangerous too.

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Millie and Walter said...

That eagle would definitely be more dangerous for all you kitties. We suggest you just stay inside while he is hanging around.

Comedy Plus said...

I love to see hawks. The birds don't, but they are most beautiful.

Have a fabulous Thankful Thursday. ♥

Meezer's Mews & Terrieristical Woofs said...

Great snags of that hawk!
Now an eagle for sure would be fearsome...yikes!