T.G.I.F. Toes Getting

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Hey, do you remember last week when I posted about watching the activity going at the feral feeding station out on my back deck?  Well, I’m keeping regular check on things out there and sometimes the FeedingStation-TV gets so busy that I get a bit excited.

That’s my T.G.I.F. for today…Toes Get Incredibly Frisky!!!

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You can see my frisky paw on the window pane, but what you can see is it’s doing a happy dance all on its own.  I was almost ready to try and pounce through the window but stopped when I realized that might hurt the head a bit.  When the ferals aren’t there then the reception changes to a pretty active Bird-TV channel, which, in addition to frisky paws makes my whiskers twitch a bit.

So, that’s what I’ve been up to today, what about you?  Any special Friday plans?  Oh, Sister Gracie said to tell you she will be here tomorrow for Sister Saturday.  Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!!  More Forever Homes More Often!  Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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28 thoughts on “T.G.I.F. Toes Getting

  1. Marg

    Brian, that is sure a good kitty to keep watch on the ferals and make sure that they are all right. We do the same little dance when we see things outside the window.
    You stay warm, it is going to be cold this week end. Take care.

  2. easy rider

    yes windows v.s. head is a bad mix, I made that eggs-perience once… and that windows v.s. the head counts for computers too… just saying :o)

  3. mariodacat roever

    Oh that looks like the perfect TV. You get feral TV and birdie TV all on one set. You are so lucky. I just get birdie TV up here, and there isn’t much of that anymore either.

  4. Tamago

    Your TV must have many exciting programs as spring is here! My boys get frisky paws as they watch critter TV, too 🙂 Happy Friday!

  5. Summer

    My Friday plan is to figure out where my human went… without ME! Apparently the hotel doesn’t allow cats!? Then why is she even there?

  6. Emma

    As we do every year, we wait and watch cat bro Bert, hoping he doesn’t rip a big hole in the screen and head outdoors.

  7. The OP Pack

    Maybe you could use those happy paws to tap on the window and say hello to those ferals.

    Happy Friday!

    Woos – Ciara and Lightning

  8. Deziz World

    Dat sounds like a great channel Brian. Me got to be a pawrt of bird teevee yesfurday when me was out fur a stroll. Me luvs this time of year. So many birdys and so little time. Da only purroblem is dat there always seems to be somethin’ in twee us and da birds. MOL Have a great weekend.

    Luv ya’

    Dezi

  9. Sherriellen T-D.

    Mee-you yur Tee Vee channelless are furabuluss there Brian!
    Mee Furiday was supposed to bee ‘Out inn Condo fur an hour followed bye a lesson of walkin inn harness an then sum play time an sum more Condo time an lotss off Bird Tee Vee an well, it iss freezin cold an snowin out so mee was out a hole 15 minuttss an no walkin outside. So mee had a short lesson inn hearness inn hallway butt people keeped scarin me so that did not last long! So mee had LOTSS of good napss!
    ***paw patsss*** Siddhartha Henry xxxxxx

  10. Cathy Keisha

    I’m glad you didn’t try to jump through the window. Nicky tried that once when there was a stray cat on the porch. All that was between him and the cat was the window screen. TW grabbed him and quickly closed the window.

  11. Kitties Blue

    Brian do you chatter at the birds or the ferals? Mom laughs at us for being chatters. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

  12. FiveSibesMom

    Great pic! Our Binx loves that Birdy TV, sometimes Field Mice TV…it went 3D the other day. (Yikes!) It’s great that you keep such a watchful eye on those ferals, Brian. Our boy Binx once was a feral! (Now he vetted, adopted, and thinks he is one of our dogs, greeting family and guest upon arrivals and departures. He also thinks he owns the front of our house. And the sides. And the inside of our cars. And he argues with the Huskies for ownership of the back deck through the rails!) Oh, and he thinks he owns ….everything! (He may be right). 😉

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