Thankful Thursday Blog Hop: Lights, Cameras, Action

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Hello there everyone, thanks to all of you for stopping by for our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop. I am so very thankful to each of you for joining us! As you know, each and every Thursday we share the things for which we are most thankful and we always enjoy reading all of the things you are thankful for too. If you are new to our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop, thanks for hopping in, we really do excited when new blogger pals join us!

Today I’m thankful for lights, cameras and action, seriously. That sounds like I’m thankful to get my photo taken, and truthfully, none of us really mind the camera and our Mom has fun doing our photo sessions, and I am thankful that we do have fun with the Mom.

But today, the lights, cameras and action I’m thankful for help us protect and keep tabs on our feral family. You see, there are coyotes close again and they aren’t fond of bright lights at night. So, the Dad added 4 more outside flood lights to brighten things up at night. Then he added more outdoor cameras to our security system so we can capture the action and keep our ferals safe. I’m most thankful for that and I know they are thankful for that too. We do love our feral family.

So tell me, what are you thankful for today? Tell us in the comments and then join us for our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop. Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

Thankful Thursday Blog Hop

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Raven
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Your Dad is smart to add lights to keep the coyotes away. We have coyotes in our area because we live near a river, but they don’t come into the neighborhood too often (at least not that we’ve seen). I’m thankful I got to eat a birthday mouse, and that anipals like you stopped by my blog to wish me a happy birthday!

messymimi
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What a wonderful thing to do to keep your feral family safe. Thank you for taking such good care of them, and for hosting Thankful Thursday.

meowmeowmans
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Big paws up for your dad, Brian. He sure does a great job taking care of your feral friends.

Kathe W.
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awww bless your dad to keep the ferals safe- Have a wonderful Thankful Thursday!

Summer
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I am totally thankful for all the measures your human is taking to make your ferals safer, Brian! We have LOADS of coyotes here, and it is really scary, thinking of all the outside cats in the neighborhood that are endangered.

Lone Star Cats
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We have coyotes in our hood too.

Mickeys Musings
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Your ferals are so lucky they chose your yard to use as a home base.
Your Dad looks after them so well <3
We purr those coyotes stay away!
Purrs,Georgia,Julie and JJ

Pat Hatt
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Great that he added more lights to keep them away. Coyotes aren’t fun at all.

Pam Greer
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I hope those lights keep those kitties safe! We are thankful for the cooler weather!

Memories of Eric and Flynn
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I hope the extra lighting keeps those coyotes away and the ferals safe. Your mum and dad do a great job of looking after the feral family.

Madison
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Your dad does so much for those feral kitties, it is really a wonderful thing for them. They are so lucky!

Jan K
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Great job by your Dad! He really knows what to do to keep the ferals safe. ♥

caren gittleman
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we are thankful for your Dad who is ALWAYS thinking and who is ALWAYS doing his best to protect the ferals. Hoping those coyotes go away!!

Catscue Catmom
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Purrs and prayers for your ferals, it sounds like your Dad has a game plan to keep them safe, but a little POTP doesn’t hurt either.

Purrseidon
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Purrseidon

Brian dear furiend, thank you for hosting this blog hop. I wish I would say ‘none of us really mind the camera’… Katsu and Saphera tend to run from it. That said, I do see the value of those lights and cameras as purrtection.
Have a wonderful day.
Purrseidon

The Island Cats
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We hope the lights help keep the coyotes away. Around here, those coyotes seem to be fearless.

The Florida Furkids
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We’re purring and praying that those coyotes stay away. We have them here too.

The Florida Furkids

Ellen Pilch
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I will be praying the ferals stay safe from the coyotes. Thanks for hosting. Have a great day! XO

Eastside Cats
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Thank you, Brian’s pawrents, for taking care of the feral cats!

The Kitty Cat Enthusiast
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Such a great idea! Thank you for continuing to love and keep your feral kitties safe!

Sandee
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What a wonderful thing for the dad to do. Yes we need to do our part to keep the feral families safe. Thank you for going the extra mile.

Thank you for hosting the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop.

Have a purrfect Thankful Thursday. My best to your peeps. ♥

Cecilia Upchurch
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Brian we are so thankful your feral buddies have a loving home too
Hugs Cecilia

Jan
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How wonderful that the ferals can have their independence and still be safe

Tamago
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Your dad takes such a good care of feral kitties. Yes, they are very thankful for that for sure!

Angel Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song
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Your dad is great a man. It is so sweet of him to look after the feral cat and keep them safe

Cathy Keisha
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Oooh, I bet the neighbors are happy about those floodlights—Not! Forget about them although I’m sure they don’t want the coyotes either. Anything to keep the coyotes away and the feral cats safe is good.

A ShutterBug Explores
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Oh you are wonderful to save the kitties from the coyotes with the lights, camera and action ~ and such a sweet photo ^_^

Happy Day to You,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)

Teddy
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So wonderful how well you all take care of your feral community! I know they LOVE ALL OF you for helping them!!!

Hugs, Teddy

Katie Isabella
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Katie Isabella

I love that your Dad has done that to help the feral family. I know they are very very grateful too. Do they come up stairs to get on the deck or do they leap? I was wondering if they leapt in case they wanted away from the coyotes. Hope your dad and mom post another picture or video of the outside nite life. That was so much fun.

da tabbies o trout towne
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da tabbies o trout towne

dood….tell dad due knot forgetz they canna stand de smellz oh moth ballz….put sum ina mesh bag around de propertee if ya getz a bad lite N such ~~~

🙂 ♥♥

Diane D
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Diane D

It’s really great that you can keep tabs on the feral and the new lights will keep those nasty coyotes away hopefully, as well.

Melissa & Mudpie
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Your family takes such good care of them!

KB Bear
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I’m thankful that you take such good care of the Gerald!

Create With Joy
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Coyotes are a real problem where we live too.
A friend lost her cat to one.
Tsunami and Magellan are VERY glad that we keep them safe inside!

Pam
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Pam

Well I for one am very thankful for your mom and dad and the care they give to your feral family. I just wished that others out there did what they needed to do to prevent the reproduction of so many cats. Its not fair that folks just let their cat have more and more cats that usually ends up on the streets. You have a great mom and dad.

Patrick Weseman
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Cute kitty. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week..

Wing Commander Basil & The B Team
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Happy Friday guys and thanks for hosting! XOX

Cathy Kennedy
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Brian,

I’m thankful that last Thursday was a gorgeous day for us in East Tennessee. We had beautiful weather to spend the day in Pigeon Forge walking around The Island shopping plaza. It was so nice and relaxing that I didn’t want it to end!