Dougy spots a fly over in the doorway to the guest bedroom. The hunt is on! Sneaky fly! Now it’s by the television.
I think Dougy missed another sneaky fly maneuver…it’s over in the corner now. The hunt is off for the moment till the fly reveals itself again!
Brave hunter Dougy!
They do a good job of dealing with unwanted visitors!
Hunting instincts take over, I suppose.
They go through the motions, that’s a fact!
Hunting instincts, I suppose.
That would be funny if the fly landed on the nose of that face on the TV. It would just call for a whap with the paw!
LOL! With my lucjk, he’d knock it over, and I’d have to buy a new one…agaion this year!
My cats can never catch flies.
Andy andf Dougy occasionally score a kill, but they do better with moths and crickets.
You have flies? You lucky kitty. Our flies have headed elsewhere months ago. A well stalked fly is a joy to behold. When the sucker hides, he’s not playing the game properly and deserves to be eaten. Keep up the good work Dougy.
Tyebe and Shoko
I have no idea where the fly came from. It;’s been too cool lately for the little buggers. I agree about the worthiness of the fly to become a snack! Hate the dang things, though they give the kitty boys lots of fun and interesting times.
I wonder that we still have flies… my granny once said the last fly is the moneeh fly and brings good luck and a well filled wallet… sadly after I smashed it with the swatter ;O)))))
Oh no! (I hadn’t heard that about the last fly…)
They have good eyes to see the fly!
I’m amazed, too, that they see those little gnats that hatch in potting soil.