Tabby Tuesday: Do You Hear What I Here?

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Howdy gang, here we are back again for Tabby Tuesday.  We just did this didn’t we?  That’s okay, I’m up for doing it again.  Did you hear that?  Sorry, where was I?  Oh, I’m here on the ottoman, there it went again.  Are you sure you didn’t hear that?  I did, but Brian says I’m hearing things.

Brian told you there are birds out front, but he didn’t tell you that they built a nest right out there in the tree.  They sure are noisy, but I guess they’ve had a lot to chat about designing and building their nest.  Then some crazy squirrel has been up on the gutter out back yelling at the ferals.  He best be careful, that Momma kitty is quite the hunter.

There is one thing I didn’t hear, really. Two very large raccoons stopped by in the middle of the night.  They were checking out the feral feeding station and they really scared our ferals.  I hope they don’t come back soon since they scared everyone outside.  Okay, that’s enough about that for today.  Have a fun Tabby Tuesday and and I’ll be seeing you soon! Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later! 

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42 thoughts on “Tabby Tuesday: Do You Hear What I Here?

  1. Memories of Eric and Flynn

    We have a lot of noisy birds here too. The sparrows have an apartment block in our Leyland hedge. I think there are 5 or 6 pairs that have or are still making nests in there. It gets very busy. I hope those racoons don’t come back!

  2. Teddy

    Hi Simon! I’m always hearing something around here…..birds or airplanes flying around since we’re near a small airport, etc. BUT my favorite sound is Mom shaking the treat bag! Tee Hee

    Hugs, Teddy

  3. Madison

    I bet the feeding station does attract other animals because everyone wants some good food. Hopefully the ferals are not too frightened.

  4. Leah

    Birds are singing now where we are too, Simon! I hope the raccoons move on … They are cute but they can be pesky!

  5. Katie Isabella

    I know mommy said she detests when the raccoons come up on the deck and disturn=b the feeding stations. The destroy the hummingbird feeder too and throw the nectar around.

  6. Precious

    Precious can be sound asleep and hear a bug buzzin’ in the house and snap awake and go on the hunt.
    Me, I have to see the durn thing and have it land on me! And with the windows open, just like you Simon,
    she hears the birds and now her chipmunk is barking all the time too. Have a great listen and keep those
    rascally coons off the feral food.

  7. MadSnapper

    we know what you mean about the raccoons. we love all the visitors in our yard but NOT the raccoons. we do admit that we think they are so cute but wish them to stay in someone elses yard. I talked to a neighbor today on our walk and he said he has feral cats feeding in his garage, he has a cat door for them. he has not seen Romper but he says he is probably part of their gang, they all have the missing tip of the left ear.. fat and sassy….

  8. Diane

    What lots of critter activity to be watching for. Ricky spotted a black bear out back yesterday and in 13 years it is only the second one we’ve spotted here.

  9. Eastside Cats Blog

    Spring brings noise, Simon!
    We don’t like the noise of lawn mowers, weed wackers, and the blower things that folks use to get grass clippings off of the sidewalk.
    We don’t think any wildlife likes those noises either.

  10. Sandee

    It’s spring and there are noisy birds everywhere. They have lots of work to do.

    Raccoons are mean little things and I hope they don’t come back and scare the feral kitties anymore. Shame on them.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday. Scritches all around and my best to your peeps. ♥

  11. databbiesotrouttowne

    dood….for sum reezon…..we iz now singin a total lee awesum Christmas toon in R mindz eye ~~~ ♫♫♪♫♫♪♫ ♥♥

  12. A ShutterBug Explores

    Oh birds are delightful and nest to watch ~ wow! Raccoons ~ hope they go away ~ want feral kitties to be safe ~ Love those gorgeous eyes of yours ~ Xo

    Wishing you good health, laughter and love in your days,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  13. Catscue

    With that hearing ability Simon you get the title of Securikitty! Love those airplane ears today cute boy. Enjoy the sounds of Spring, well except for the racoons – yikes! I hope those racoons leave your ferals alone.

  14. Granny Annie

    Luke and Olive here. We have a new friend. Mom’s one remaining guinea fowl has now began paling around with us and scaring away any of our prey. Guess we will have to stick with cat food.

  15. messymimi

    Mercy but you’ve got a lot going on outdoors at your place! Maybe the raccoons will be scared and not come back, but don’t bet on it, they are very persistent if they know food is easily available.

  16. The Oceanside Animals

    Chaplin: “Ooh, Dennis told us that he was outside one time when a raccoon came into the yard and Mama and Dada couldn’t get him into the house fast enough. Nobody wants to tangle with a raccoon!”
    Charlee: “Especially not Rocket Raccoon!”

  17. Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

    I hope those racoons respect your yard, and the birds too

  18. Lone Star Cats

    Raccoons can be scary and really rip up outside kitties. We knew one who got attacked by a raccoon – it wasn’t pretty. He decided he wanted to be an inside cat instead of a (presumed) feral after that.

  19. Mascha

    Yes, I hear it too! Raccoons are a plague, also in Germany and they can be dangerous for cats.
    Take good care of you

  20. Barb

    Wildlife seems to be enjoying the warmer weather. We had a couple of deer on the lawn the other night. They ran like the wind when I took the trash out.

  21. Lucy and Xena

    Xena: We’re used to hearing birds all the time. And squirrels. And lawn equipment. And sometimes the wind, whose name is Moriah.
    Lucy: Xena!
    Xena: What?

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