A Mancat Monday with Brian and a New Lake Visitor

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Hello everyone, it’s Mancat Monday and rumor has it we’re gonna be having a heat wave here in the South. Yep, it’s not only hot, it’s gonna be dang stupid hot, and we’re not even to Summer yet. Air conditioning is such a blessing, now we’ll be working on keeping our feral as cool as we can.

Oh, before I get to the lake, I want to clarify about the kittens. Nope, they hadn’t been trapped yet, they’re still just a wee bit too small. Simon heard the kitten feet running across our deck. Sorry for the confusion.

I know several times I mentioned our lake, but I don’t think I’ve ever shown it to you. Maybe I have, but I don’t remember it if I did. Anyways, we always have lots of geese, ducks and turtles at the lake, but lately we’ve had a new visitor around. Here’s the visitor cooling down a bit…

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Also, the Dad was outside talking to one of our neighbors and a pretty good size Stork flew over, low and slow. It flew over twice. It’s a little bit away from it’s usual habitat but Dad said it was something to see.

Okay, that’s it for me. Have a wonderful Mancat Monday everyone, I will see you again on Thankful Thursday. Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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49 thoughts on “A Mancat Monday with Brian and a New Lake Visitor

  1. The Poupounette Gang

    Is that a Great Blue Heron? #1 used to love watching them from her cottage in Canada in summers past.
    Sorry about the heat. It’s been almost cold here!
    Purrs,
    Tama and Benny

  2. Teddy

    We have hotter than it should be weather too Brian……today we MIGHT get rain and we hope we do! Lovely lake – a stork – WOW. Very cool!

    Hugs, Teddy

  3. angiesrecipes

    I feel that SUMMER wouldn’t arrive this year…it’s still so darn chilly over here. I just have to wear my winter coat early morning when I go out.

  4. Zoolatry

    Day one: summer hot. Next day: turn on the heat! Who can tell anymore … and of course it confuses our wildlife friends as well … where and when it should be warm it is not and vice-versa. Sigh.

  5. Madison

    Hopefully the stork is not bringing kittens! The kittens must be fun for you guys to watch. I bet you see them more than your parents do.

  6. Derry and the biped

    Even we’ve had the hots, Brian, and the biped had to turn on the central air for a few days. It’s mercifully cool this morning! You’re right, this doesn’t bode well for summer.

    A stork! Is that the same thing as a heron? The first thing we thought when we saw your new visitor was “heron.” (We don’t get storks here.) Very cool visitor, we hope he sticks around a while!

    Take care and stay cool!

  7. Katie Isabella

    Mom has NEVER seen a stork. Now she said she’s going to look up their habitats and habits.

  8. Martha

    Hi handsome! The weather has been crazy this year. I like your visitor at the lake and I hope the stork didn’t drop off any more babies. Have a purrrfect week and stay cool!

  9. MadSnapper

    Storks are really not very pretty but they sure are interesting to see. you have a nice lake. sorry about the heat, it is getting ready to slam us, we are in the 90’s but low humidty makes it doable but humidity is on the way. we are in desperate need of rain here

  10. Kathe W.

    What a lovely lake with the heron! And we are still getting lots of rain and cool days. Brrrr I am ready for a spring day! Have a great week and stay cool!

  11. Sandee

    It’s warming up here too. Finally. We’ve had the air on in the evenings and the heater on in the mornings. Spring weather.

    Oh the lake is beautiful and it would be so fun to see all the lake visitors.

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  12. Catscue

    Stay cool dude! Wow, that is an amazing bird, is it a Blue Heron? I’d love to see a pelican in flight, never seen that before.

  13. stevebethere

    I am jealous we have Autumn weather here in London UK and its constant rain, enjoy the ssun you lucky devil you heheh!

    Have aposetastic Monday 👍

  14. Leah

    You are lookin’ good today, Brian! What interesting visitors at the lake! The one in the picture looks like it might be a Great Blue Heron, to me.

  15. da tabbies o trout towne

    dood…..we new…when we clicked on thiz post… we waz in for trubull, just bee coz oh de title….and………

    🙂 ♥♥

  16. Homestead Prowlers

    Hot, hot, hot! We think it’s going to be a hot and buggy summer. That’s a very nice lake and, wow, that is so neat to hear the pitter patter of little feet! Kittens are pretty exciting! Have a good week!

  17. Grr, Midnight & Cocoa's Family

    That’s a big birdy! Does he leave any feathers around? We like feathers.
    We are still having what the people call “May Gray”. After that comes “June Gloom”. That’s cuz of the marine layer. We get “dang stupid hot” from July through October, though it’s usually called fire season.

  18. Timmy Tomcat

    Brian we hope you all stay cool. Dad had our AC put in yesterday and it has been kicking on a little bit. Whew, just in time. So nice to see that visitor. Very interesting

  19. The OP Pack

    A Stork??? So that’s where the 20 kitty paws came from:)

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  20. Caren

    we have a lake too but don’t have anything like that! Or Storks either…guess it’s a Southern “thang” MOL!!!

  21. Patricia

    Yes, it is hot in the South! I went for my walk at 8am, and it was so humid I about melted. Seems this summer will be like last year, too hot to handle.😾

  22. Cathy Keisha

    A stork??? Aren’t your peeps a bit, er, you know passed child bearing age? Heh heh. Like mine. Hope the hotz aren’t as hot as they predict.

  23. Cathy Kennedy

    Maybe that stork was making another delivery of kittens. The Dad might want to have that thing relocated so he doesn’t have to trap the little furballs. 🙂

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