He catches it from his box cavern, then brings it out to “eat” in the open. I guess he wants me to see what he’s doing so I’ll say “Good kitty!”
Andy shows up in the shadows, so play is over from the box cavern…
…but not from the piled up pillows and comforters in front of the recliner! (I was keeping warm without having to turn up the heat, which I’d turned down during the brief warm spell in the weather.) RAWR!
Yes, this is the best spot of all for Dougy to use his ambush style of hunting. By now you know that results in the shocking KILL! KILL! KILL! (Dougy is much more than a cute furball afterall!)
His killing act becomes a true Dougy’ s show! 🙂
He is brutal! When he finally gets a good grip on it, he shakes it violently, hence “KILL! KILL! KILL!’
Hi Doug, Dougy and Andy! Sorry I have been away from blogging for a bit. It is good to see you all again. I bet feathered toys do have a short life around there. 🙂
They are holding up unusually well, but there are some signs they will be shreds, per your prediction!
Dougy is a mighty hunter.
I think he actually would do a pretty good job as a hunter. Hard to reconcile his brutal side with his typiucally sweet-natured Persian kitty side sometimes!
It looks like Dougy has that birdie detained. Tee hee hee.
“Killed” more likely…! LOL!
I am glad that Dougy is healthy.
Me, too! The older the kitty boys get, realistically, the more health issues they can be expected to have.
So cute when the bird is a toy. So not when it has feathers (as my kitties unfortunately like to show!)
Yes, the feathered toys have a rough, short life! The kitty boys like peacock feathers, but they shred them so fast we’re lucky to get three, four plays out of them before the feather is pretty much a shaft and a few shreds!