Feline Friday: Gandering at the Geese with Dolly

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33 thoughts on “Feline Friday: Gandering at the Geese with Dolly

  1. Cleo

    Hmm, I wonder if Dolly is thinking they’d make a good dinner, or just enjoying them from a safe distance. We don’t have them around here, but we do still see the wild turkeys. Dad says he was out talking with a contractor just yesterday and a big ol’ red headed turkey strutted right by them just on the other side of a stone wall they were near.

  2. MadSnapper

    Hi Dolly, be glad you are inside. Geese are MEAN! really LOUD and Mean, the only way i want to see them is from inside the window. of course these geese I have been around are not the ones you are looking at, but domestic geese.. you have the best seat in the house for bird TV

  3. Sandee

    So what do you thing about those big birds, Molly? They are fun to watch, but they are mean if you bother them.

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  4. Mickey's Musings

    Ooooooo! That’s cool! I don’t see geese bit the ducks rom the lake drop by for the seeds mum puts out.
    Most often there is a couple that comes. When they had ducklings, they bring them too!
    Purrs, Julie

  5. The Oceanside Animals

    Charlee: “That’s the way to do it, Dolly!”
    Chaplin: “Yes, we have never seen them, but we have heard that geese are best observed from a safe distance, preferably behind a safety barrier!”

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