Andy spots the miller again.
It’s on the ceiling.
Dougy joins the hunt!
Andy eventually caught one of the millers that trapped itself inside the lampshade, After liberally dousing it in cat spit, then pounding it gently with his paw, Andy showed good sportsmanship and released it…so he and Dougy might catch it again later. The miller took off in a wobbly flight that ended on the floor. Seeing the vulnerable miller on the floor, the kitty boys chased after it because, well, “cat”!
If I understand well you were three , the two cats and you, Doug, to catch this poor miller! 🙂
I gave up early, so I was relying on my two little predators!
Yes, I tolerate them only because the kitty boys make mince meat of them, a chance to be the little house lions they want to be.
Hahaha! That be cats, alright, Dougie!
Good job Andy!
Yes, I gave him a congratulatory “scritching” to thank him for his prowess as a hunter!
That’s one very tough bug!
It was one of three I counted the first day.
The ones on the ceiling really drive cats crazy. They lie in wait until the bug falls or comes down to their level. The only ones I ever saw escape were ants, a big black ant, once. A cat scooped it up and immediately spit it out. The ant continued to trundle off as if nothing happened.
I have to shoo those ceiling millerts down for the kiity boys or tghey bug me!
Glad they had such a good time. Sorry (kind of) for the miller.
Yeah, the miller had a tragic end!
It’s a buggy job, glad someone is doing it 🐱 I myself find cricket legs on the kitchen floor a lot 🐱 if the fur balls don’t start chirping or get tape worms I ain’t gonna worry about it 🙂
https://youtu.be/1ZJhPAg9JbQ Crickets get not sympathy here either, by Jimeny!
Which way did it go..which way did it go 🐱
Down to the floor and for the count!
One miller brings hours of entertainment.
Absolutely! They took longer naps on those days, they were so active catching their prey.
He looks very owl-like! 🦉
Weird, isn’t it? That’s one of those Persian cat things.
Doug, I don’t know…what kind of bug is a miller? 🤔
Its the adult form of the army cutworm.
it must be really a vampire!!! your tc photos are super great… look at the furst one, the tv guy really tries to look to you behind the back of tha cat… fab!!!
…one of those happy accidents!