Even though it is Winter, down here in the South we do still have plenty of birdies. That is always something to be thankful for any old time.
Usually the birds we see are in the back yard. That doesn’t mean that there aren’t any around front, it just means we usually don’t see them because there are some bushes almost in the way. Well, some of the Winter birds have been playing in the front bushes. SCORE! That has been giving me hours of entertainment, even between trips to the litter box. I watch and watch and watch and they don’t even care that I am there. They just keep hopping all over the place and honestly, that sure makes my whiskers twitch.
Hopefully you have something to be thankful for too. If you do, hop on over and join in the Blog Hop. See you soon! Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!
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How cool that you are getting all sorts of new episodes of Bird TV!
Brian, that is really great that you have bird TV all around the house. Keeps you busy between little box visits . Sure hope you feel better soon. Take good care.
BRIAN YOU ARE 100% CORRECT. WE ARE SO LUCKY OUR BIRD TVees have regularly scheduled programming all year.
Hugs madi your bffff
How does that old saying go? A bird in the paw is worth two in a bush???
oh you are on bird patrol too? I got not one bird… they can fali that’s NOT fair… just saying.
Have a great birt-tv thursday!
We didn’t know you were an avid bird watcher Brian – we hope it takes your mind off other things.
Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx
haha if only you could get a little bit closer
Glad you have lots of birdies to entertain you. Sorry you still have to take a lot of trips to the litter box.
I’m glad you all have plenty of birds to watch. Unfortunately, our kitties just don’t have access to a good bird watching station at the front of the house in the winter.
Buddy, you sure are intent on watching those birdies. he he – I get that way too. Enjoy pal. We still have purrs and prayers going for you pal.
dood….uh…..ya noe….therz a lot oh de “B” werd gettin used in yur post two day….yur dad finds out yur cuzzin & whoa….watch out…..
It looks like you have some awesome bird TV! We don’t have many birds around here at this time of year.
It’s good that you found another Bird channel 🙂
Birds in bushes are quite lively.
Purrs Georgia and Julie,
Treasure and JJ
that’s sure better than a bird in the paw!! xoxo
Birdy TV is the best! Do you make that funny chattering sound like our cats do? Hope your trips to the litter box are less frequent, Brian dear.
We are furry lucky to have CAT channels on all year round down here in the South!
Oh Goodie! Birds in a different place! Mes thinks that would be a great viewing spot!
So beautiful place to see the birds!
We like to watch for squirrels and rabbits. Not too many of either right now, but soon it will be spring and there will be an overabundance of those bunnies:)
Enjoy that bird TV.
Woos – Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning
We bet watching those birds keeps you all entertained forever 🙂
Dip and Elliot x
Sweet Brian we are so happy to hear that you have found some nice entertainment to enjoy between your litter box runs. We hope you are getting all better sweetie. Hugs and nose kisses
wow, you have bird tv all year round, just like us here in california.
I love watching the little birdies through the window too, Brian. But the big vultures, when they fly over my yard, they get a good barking at!
Mee-you Brian mee hass thee piggeonss here to watch an twitch over! Thee Sparrowss an Finchess have gone sSouth mee finkss….
No squirrelss; they must all bee hiburrnatin! 😉
Wee iss purrayin that yur feelin bettur….LadyMum iss furry wurried bout you 😉
Luv an **nose bumpss** Siddhartha Henry an LadyMum xxxxx
Dad hangs the bird feeders off the tree outside my window so I can watch them from my cat tree. They make my whiskers twitch too.
It is great to have good Bird TV isn’t it Brian.
We are glad you have birds to entertain you Brian! We have them here too in Vancouver because LP feeds them. Otherwise, most of them wouldn’t hang around! 🙂
the critters in the cottage xo
Bird watching is a great hobby for cats, dogs and people! My Dad was an avid birdwatcher and I’m wishing I was as good at identifying them as he was!
I don’t think I can add my blog to the hop. I’m not thankful that I lost my furrend. I am thankful that you can still enjoy birds during winter.
Bird TV is the best. Hope your feeling better Brian.
Brian, do you chitter and chatter at the birds? How about your tail? Do you get it whipping around? Most of our bird watching is done from the Catio so we haven’t had too much of it lately ’cause it is too cold. Enjoy both your backyard and front yard birdies. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo
Sounds like you’re having some good Bird TV, Brian!
Entertaining bird t.v. is certainly something to be thankful for.
Our winter birds are on the snow backs 16″ tall grabbing the seed we’ve tossed on top.
Aww Brian please stop spending time in the toilet! more time bird watching ok ? big hugs Fozziemum xxx
Three cats at our house, all looking out the window chattering at the birds….
Up Close Bird TV????? Oh I am Sooooooo Jealous!!! How wonderful!